Lift the maximum number of dogs per household for Rescues & Fosters
  • Petitioning Joe Fontana

This petition will be delivered to:

Mayor
Joe Fontana
Ward 1 Councillor
Bud Polhill
Ward 2 Councillor
Bill Armstrong
Ward 3 Councillor
Joe Swan
Ward 4 Councillor
Stephen Orser
Ward 5 Councillor
Joni Baechler
Ward 6 Councillor
Nancy Branscombe
Ward 7 Councillor
Matt Brown
Ward 8 Councillor
Paul Hubert
Ward 9 Councillor
Dale G. Henderson
Ward 10 Councillor
Paul Van Meerbergen
Ward 11 Councillor
Denise T. Brown
Ward 12 Councillor
Harold Usher
Ward 13 Councillor
Judy Bryant
Ward 14 Councillor
Sandy White
City of London Animal Welfare Coordinator
Ron Oke
London Free Press Editor
Joe Ruscitti

Lift the maximum number of dogs per household for Rescues & Fosters

    1. Brian  Engel
    2. Petition by

      Brian Engel

      London, Canada

In 2011 the City of London Ontario euthanized 111 dogs. Every dog deserves a chance at life. Rescues and fosters have the resources to help these traumatized dogs.

To:
Joe Fontana, Mayor
Bud Polhill, Ward 1 Councillor
Bill Armstrong, Ward 2 Councillor
Joe Swan, Ward 3 Councillor
Stephen Orser, Ward 4 Councillor
Joni Baechler, Ward 5 Councillor
Nancy Branscombe, Ward 6 Councillor
Matt Brown, Ward 7 Councillor
Paul Hubert, Ward 8 Councillor
Dale G. Henderson, Ward 9 Councillor
Paul Van Meerbergen, Ward 10 Councillor
Denise T. Brown, Ward 11 Councillor
Harold Usher, Ward 12 Councillor
Judy Bryant, Ward 13 Councillor
Sandy White, Ward 14 Councillor
Ron Oke, City of London Animal Welfare Coordinator
Joe Ruscitti, London Free Press Editor
Lift the maximum number of dogs per household for Rescues & Fosters within London, Ontario.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Helen Rogers THETFORD, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      It is common sense to allow those helping animals to have more animals in their household!

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    • Diane Sauchuk LONDON, CANADA
      • 5 months ago

      All animals need a "HOME"

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    • Brenda Thorne LONDON, CANADA
      • 5 months ago

      Because I care for each and every critter in London....

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    • Moira Muldoon LONDON, ON, CANADA
      • 6 months ago

      Rescues and their foster homes are essential to the welfare of abused, unwanted and cast off animals to recieve proper vet care and find loving homes. These animals are otherwise left to be torchered, abandoned, suffering or neglected. Foster homes often will also already have their own pets which also benefit the rehabilitative social aspect of recovering animals. This is why the limits need to be lifted. There are far too many animals needing care that should not be left unattended because the city decides how many can reside in a home. These placements are also temporary as rescued animals find permanent familys and spaces open up for those still in need.

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    • Mary C TORONTO, CANADA
      • 7 months ago

      All beings love and cherish life, just like us. Please watch shows "Animal World" on www.suprememastertv.com to understand the noble and loving nature of animals

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