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PETITION-please sign/share for Spay/Neuter License Tag to save Lives

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Spay/neuter license tag saves millions of lives and dollars.

America spends over $2 billion a year on animal control destroying over 10 million companion animals annually because there are not enough homes for them all.  Stray cats breed most prolifically.  A huge expense to tax payers, it is also cruel.  Most people do not spay/neuter due to the enormous expense.  Both Florida and California help alleviate this problem with a spay/neuter license tag whose proceeds to go low cost and free spay/neuter services. These tags help reduce the cruelty. Homeless animals succumb to parasites, starvation,  diseases (often contagious to humans); also human cruelty (nobody looks out for them). Homeless dogs and cats  become food for coyotes, foxes, and huge snakes.  Spay/neuter curbs aggression and bites; prevents spraying, and reproductive cancers (breast and prostate cancers).

Spay/neuter license tag information can be seen here:

http://www.floridaanimalfriend.org/

http://www.caspayplate.com/main.php

Other interventions to consider is a animal cruelty/animal ordinance surcharge of $30 (per offense) to help fund spay/neuter organizations such as SPCAs and Humane Societies across the State.

Thank you for consideration for this cost saving and humane intervention.
 
Sincerely,

Letter to
Your Governor
Spay/neuter license tag saves millions of lives and dollars.

America spends over $2 billion a year on animal control destroying over 10 million companion animals annually because there are not enough homes for them. Stray cats breed most prolifically. A huge expense to tax payers, it is also cruel. Most people do not spay/neuter due to the enormous expense. Both Florida and California help alleviate this problem with a spay/neuter license tag whose proceeds to go low cost and free spay/neuter services. These tags help reduce the cruelty. Homeless animals succumb to parasites, starvation, diseases (often contagious to humans); also human cruelty (nobody looks out for them). Homeless dogs and cats become food for coyotes, foxes, and huge snakes. Spay/neuter curbs aggression and bites; prevents spraying, and reproductive cancers (breast and prostate cancers).

Spay/neuter license tag information can be seen here:

http://www.floridaanimalfriend.org/

http://www.caspayplate.com/main.php

Other interventions to consider is a animal cruelty/animal ordinance surcharge of $30 (per offense) to help fund spay/neuter organizations such as SPCAs and Humane Societies across the State.

Thank you for consideration for this cost saving and humane intervention.

Sincerely,