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Petitioning Rep. Frank Artiles HB 1127 - Sponsoring Representative and 20 others

300,000 Lives Depend on You - Local & Federal Affairs Committee: Support HB 1127 Pet Services and Welfare Programs (The Pets' Trust Bill)


An estimated 300,000 adoptable dogs and cats are killed in the State of Florida each year.  Support our FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT and give citizens the RIGHT TO VOTE to stop the killing by creating and funding preventive programs.

Letter to
Rep. Frank Artiles HB 1127 - Sponsoring Representative
Chief of Staff Rep. Raschein
Chief of Staff Rep. Rodriguez
and 18 others
Chief of Staff Rep. Santiago
Chief of Staff Rep. Smith
Chief of Staff Rep. Stone
President, The Pets' Trust Michael Rosenberg
Chief of Staff Rep. Van Zant
Pets' Trust Lindsay Gorton
Chief of Staff Rep. Rangel
Chief of Staff Rep. Prichett
Chief of Staff Rep. Powell
Chief of Staff Rep. Gonzalez
Chief of Staff Rep. Pilon
Chief of Staff Rep. Campbell
Chief of Staff Rep. Bracy
Chief of Staff Rep. Dudley
Chief of Staff Rep. Ingram
Chief of Staff Rep. La Rosa
Chief of Staff Rep. Moraitis
Chief of Staff Rep. Magar
Please support HB 1127 Pet Services and Welfare Programs (The Pets' Trust Bill).

Each year an estimated 300,000 ADOPTABLE DOGS AND CATS ARE KILLED IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. HB 1127 proposes a solution for this by giving each County the RIGHT TO VOTE to create sufficiently-funded preventive programs.

Preventive programs such as low-cost spay/neuter and low-cost veterinary care targeted to low-income qualified individuals is proven to decrease shelter intake and ultimately eliminate shelter deaths without impacting private practicing veterinarians. The goal of this legislation is to help communities shift from killing as a form of animal control to prevention. Less unwanted pets = less pets killed.

Please support our FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT and give Florida voters the right to decide the fate of their animals.

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