To stop wasting tax payer money on BSL and put towards other laws

To stop wasting tax payer money on BSL and put towards other laws

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Joanne McCord started this petition to UK Parliament and

To stop wasting tax payer money on BSL(breed specific legislation) and use that money to enforce laws like Lucy law(to end puppy mills and unlicensed breeding) and new laws we hope to have in place to protect animals (Ben law)

As many have seen about Lucy law brought in after a dog was rescued from the horrors of a puppy mill. 

And we have seen many animals dying from being left out side in the elements, and minimal care provided. Animals left out in summer can die of heat stroke or left out in cold weather can freeze. 

A dog born in the uk climate is not used to harsh weathers, that their relatives who are born in those conditions in the native countries are used to. There for if we have a heat spell it will effect out pets if we have a freezing spell it will effect them. Animals need more then basic needs of minimal care. Shelter, warmth, cool place to hide when the weather is unusual for us in the uk. They need contact and interaction with humans for their safety and the owners. 

So much money is wasted on ruining people's lives with BSL. And we been calling for an end to this barbaric, tax robbing, people robbing law. And use that money to enforce law such as Lucy law and what I hope will become Ben law on keeping animals outside with minimal care. 

So with this petition I hope to end BSL. To have tax payers money that is used on BSL is to be placed into the law to stop puppy mills and unlicensed breeders, (Lucy's law). As well as to be used to enforce laws that Is actually good for animals well-being. And to what we hope to achieve, that will become Bens law. A law that ensures, that animals are protected from our forever changing environment, and that minimal care is not enough. 

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