The Ban Of Pitbulls In The State Of TN

The Ban Of Pitbulls In The State Of TN

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Matthew Whitener started this petition to Governor Bill Lee and

Pitt bulls have been banned in a lot of states,and for a good reason! They're good for absolutely nothing but killing, but mostly every owner says they won't hurt a mouse, but that is simply not the truth! For years me growing up I never could keep a pet because of other people's pits, they killed every pet I have owned in most of my 33 years! Now I have a 4 year old son that can't have any pets  nor even play out in his own yard because everyone has these killers in our town, In just this past year we've had 10 chickens killed, then my 10 year old dachshund was killed about 3 months ago, and my cat that never left our patio was killed,  and finally my jack Russell is hanging on for dear life after she was mauled very bad, it tore the muscle very bad on her hip and lots of deep puncture wounds "see the picture i have enclosed" if you seen it without the bandages you would be sick,take note of all the blood loss! Me and my wife done everything trying to get it off of her,we broke a broom handle over its head and it took finally hitting it in the head with a 65lb log before it finally released her! Every single attack was by a different PIT, I've already had to kill one of these 4 pits in defense of our pets, even though I had every right it was a hard thing to do"to take a life" and I don't ever want to have to do that again and shouldn't have to! Our hearts are shattered for these little animals, and for the thousands of other people who are going through the same thing on the daily basis!

Please everyone, help get them banned it's time we should all be able to have pets,and our children to be safe! It's every day that one of these dogs have killed a innocent animal or have killed someone! Please do not let us fall though the cracks!

Thanks for your help and support

   Matthew

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