Make Airbnb accountable for murdering my dog and making the rest of us sick !

Make Airbnb accountable for murdering my dog and making the rest of us sick !

0 have signed. Let’s get to 1,500!
At 1,500 signatures, this petition is more likely to get picked up by local news!
Christine Grimaldi started this petition

My dog Molly was murdered by sulphuric acid and pesticides on Adhor Farms in Camarillo Ca. Airbnb does not regulate farm rentals nor does it regulate any rentals and people are dying! My Molly has helped 1000s of people and sick children suffering. She has and is being published in empowering books for kids. We were all staying at a strawberry farm finishing a series of books using my four dogs as the main characters to help millions of kids.( and all my all ability kids were so excited and Co publishers of this book / see Autisticana.org) The farm was full of sulphuric acid tanks and constantly sprayed with pesticides. We all got sick and all were in and out of hospital and emergency vets ( 3 of them, and the ambulance came for me)( proof of all of it ) I calked the host and air b and b many times and they did NOTHING!

Molly was loved by thousands of people ( pictures to prove her adoration) and the trauma caused is priceless to me and  all her fans. The other 3 dogs are holding tight and I will forever be sick. I read two other cases of air b and b guests being paralyzed from pesticides on farm lands, yet Air b and b has still yet to do anything! Please help me to get them to get rid of farm stays because people and dogs are dying. There is no regulations or vetting for air b and b. There could be murderers in the attics for all we know! Please sign this petition and make this go viral so air b and b will be accountable for MURDER and more. No disclosures! NOTHING! Please help and let Molly’s death not be in vain but instead to help save millions and put regulations in place with this company that is beyond NEGLIGENT but stealing BILLIONS! Molly’s love story will live on with your help.. Thank You

0 have signed. Let’s get to 1,500!
At 1,500 signatures, this petition is more likely to get picked up by local news!