Release Buster To His Loving Responsible Family
  • Petitioned Suffolk Police

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Suffolk Police

Release Buster To His Loving Responsible Family

    1. Mark Shirley
    2. Petition by

      Mark Shirley

      Suffolk, United Kingdom

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October 2012

Victory

Mark Shirley created a petition on Change.org to Suffolk Police asking to release 11-year-old Buster the dog to his family. The petition added pressure and helped convince authorities to release the dog.

Buster is an 11 Year Old "Type" Dog, He has some mobility issues based on his age, he also has NO TEETH .

Buster will not be getting the love care and attention he needs in his golden years, he should be home with his family to see out his numbered days in peace.

Buster is in no way aggressive nor shown any aggressive tendencies, of any manner and lives in a loving home with 5 kids between the ages of 3 and 15 with another baby on the way......

Buster Needs to be home! Free him now!

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    1. Reached 12,500 signatures
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    • emma wicker HORNDEAN, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 11 months ago

      I am SO pleased to hear of the victory here. I hope he is happy and loving being home x

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    • Melissa Sian-Arias BOSTON, MA
      • about 2 years ago

      I personally own a pit bull and I know how sweet of a dog they can be! This just isn't right because of his looks.

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    • jessica smith LAMPMAN, CANADA
      • about 2 years ago

      every animal need the best love in the world and the most time

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    • Bill Twieg MUSKEGO, WI
      • about 2 years ago

      Dogs are family!

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    • ariane dos reis silva silva SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
      • about 2 years ago

      ANIMALS DESERVE RESPECT! CAN NOT BE DEALT WITH AS MUCH BRUTALITY; ARRIVES TO KILL INNOCENT DOGS!

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