Animal Rescues in Oshawa urgently need your help

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Melissa Kooren
3 years ago
Animals deserve our protection

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Aneta Walker
3 years ago
I think it’s time to update many laws and support those who dedicate their lives doing an amazing job.

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Cheryl Dwyer
3 years ago
It's these independent organizations who contribute collectively the most to aid those most vulnerable animal souls.

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Robin Nantais
3 years ago
Animals matter!!

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Dorothy Pace
3 years ago
Animals need protection and care more than we need the laws.

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DeeDee Baranoski
3 years ago
Every animal deserves a chance after PEOPLE breed them, abuse them and then discard them!

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Derek Bowman
3 years ago
Crazy when responsible people can’t be allowed to help.

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Susan Burke
3 years ago
This Oshawa Bylaw has hampered my own rescue group when a foster family discovered the animal limit was not extended for a temporary foster in their care. I don't understand why this is problematic - rescues take on the financial obligation of care for the animal through to adoption - costs which may well be borne by animal control if that same dog/cat went to your shelter. I see this as a mutual benefit to municipality and rescue organization. Please reconsider.

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Ruth Russell
3 years ago
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Jewels Epple
3 years ago
Rescued animals are known to do really well in a home situations. Having more than1-3 dogs rescued under one house should be allowed seeing they are volunteering their time so this pup can have a future in a home not put down because of over crowded shelters. Dogs act out more in these shelters because of the noise and because many have been abused. Rescuing works here in Sudbury. I've seen the changes in these scared little creatures for the better.