SAVE OREGON'S 29 WOLVES, oppose HB 4158
  • Petitioned Governor Kitzhaber

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Governor Kitzhaber
Oregon Governor
Oregon State Senate
Oregon State House

SAVE OREGON'S 29 WOLVES, oppose HB 4158

    1. Brandy Cassandra
    2. Petition by

      Brandy Cassandra

      Summerville, OR

Oregon has less than 30 confirmed wolved in the entire state. While a majority of Oregonians support wolf recovery, the livestock industry and hunting organizations have been fighting tooth and nail against protection of the Oregon Endangered Species Act and the Oregon Wolf Plan. The proposed bill HB 4158 declares a "state of emergency" and allows for the killing of wolves to address livestock depredation. We vehemently oppose the slaughtering of endangered native wolves to appease the cattle industry, and we find the declaration of a "state of emergency" absolutely absurd. Please join us in urging our Governor, Senators and House Representatives to oppose this offensive bill. Thank you. 

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    1. Reached 2,500 signatures
    2. Over 100 signatures in the first 12 hours!!!!

      Brandy Cassandra
      Petition Organizer

      Thank you for your support of Oregon's wolves. Our Governor, Senators and Representatives appreciate hearing from us and each and every voice speaking up for our beloved four leggeds makes a HUGE difference in protecting wolves and all wildlife. Please keep spreading the word and sharing this petition with your friends and family~ We ARE making a difference! Thank you, Ahhhwwrrrooooo~

    3. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Marcia Mueller SPOKANE, WA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Because I am tired of the war on wildlife, including wolves, bison, wild horses. I'm tired of the dealth-dealing mentality of the big and wealthy gun groups and hunters who get their kicks out of the suffering and deaths of animals.

    • Kevin Seagraves BOULDER, CO
      • about 2 years ago

      Wolf's are some of the most beautiful creatures in our world and are extremely important to North America and it's ecosystems. If we are to mend our relationship with our earth protecting and fostering the growth of wolves in essential.

    • Tanya Litke OVERLAND PARK, KS
      • about 2 years ago

      Wolves are part of the natural ecosystem. A wolf biologist In Russia has proven that the wolves and agricultural interests can survive together. It's time for U.S. ranchers to learn these proven ways to manage their livestock without interference with nature.

    • Marisol Rios MONROE, NJ
      • about 2 years ago

      Preserve life our life

    • Michael Filatov COLUMBIA, SC
      • about 2 years ago

      Wolves are wonderful creatures, they are symbolic of humanity. If we find it so easy to kill off this innocent species, then there is certainly something to say about the rapid decay of human society.


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