Support Horse Drawn Carriages in Niagara on the Lake

Support Horse Drawn Carriages in Niagara on the Lake

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Kimberley Hall started this petition to Niagara Regional Council

We the undersigned are petitioning to show our support for the continuation of horse drawn carriages in Niagara-on-the-Lake (NOTL).

Animal Rights Activists (ARAs) have been invading NOTL for several years now, pushing their agenda to end the horse drawn carriages. They are of the mindset that their opinion is the only opinion and if you don't agree with them, they're against you.

They lie to get their message across, spreading mistruths about both Sentineal Carriages Inc. and the industry as a whole.

They are against anyone who uses horses for trail riding, police work, racing, etc. They are against anyone who uses dogs as service animals ie; seeing eye dogs, seizure alert dogs, search and rescue dogs, police dogs, etc. They're against those of us who collect eggs from hens or milk from cows. They're against those of us who eat meat and those of us who have show/competition animals.

"One generation and done" is their motto; These ARAs seek to end pet ownership and eliminate the partnerships and bonds that we form with our animals. They seek to end any further breeding of domesticated animals, in turn causing the extinction of domestication as a whole. If they have their way, there will no longer be any animals on this earth unless they're wild and free.

As you can see, the elimination of horse drawn carriages is just one tiny step on the way to their goal of eliminating all domestic animals from our world.

We ask, as not only members of this community, but also as visitors to this town, that the Niagara Regional Council take a stand against the ARAs and help to keep the human/animal bond intact for the enrichment for our lives and the lives of other generations to come.

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