The President of The United States: Strict laws for animal abuse and cruelty
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Barack Obama

The President of The United States: Strict laws for animal abuse and cruelty

    1. Deanna Schaffer
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      Deanna Schaffer

      Oshkosh, WI

Crimes against animals are ever increasing. Our laws need to be revisted, made stronger. Animals ARE our children they are defensless and voiceless, we need to be that voice.

 

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    • Gail DiVico SALEM, MA
      • 8 months ago

      Animals feel what we feel! If you don't believe in human abuse, why tolerate the abuse of animals!

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    • Krista Ellis IRVINE, CA
      • 8 months ago

      If someone is cruel to animal, they can be cruel to a person. It is unjust for people to be able to just walk away after harming a living creature. A mini fine is not enough!

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    • Kelly Atteberry BATON ROUGE, LA
      • 9 months ago

      Animals can't speak for themselves, so therefore, we must be their voice. All they want is to please humans and receive love, just as we do! We need more harsh laws and repercusions for animal abuse and neglect! How can anyone avoid this issue?

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    • Bobbie Jimenez WESLACO, UNITED STATES MINOR OUTLYING ISLANDS
      • 10 months ago

      animals need to be loved to!

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    • walter botteldoorne BELGIUM, BELGIUM
      • 11 months ago

      De president van de Verenigde Staten: Strenge wetgeving voor dierenmishandeling en wreedheid.Misdaden tegen dieren worden steeds groter. Onze wetten moeten worden revisted, sterker gemaakt. Dieren zijn onze kinderen ze zijn defensless en stemloos, moeten we die stem te zijn.

      Teken mee vrienden ,

      Vriendelijke groet Walter .

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