Topic

animal abuse

12 petitions

Started 3 weeks ago

Petition to Bangladesh government, Ministry of Law, Bangladesh High Court, Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Supreme Court

Justice for 14 Puppies and their 2 Mothers who were buried alive in Dhaka for Nothing

Last Week a night guard has beaten horribly two mother dog,  then tied them with rope and finally buried alive along with their 05 days old 14 puppies together at Rampura in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The puppies were packed in a sack after breaking their bones and the mother dogs were also brutalised and dumped in a hole already dug up. Night guard Siddique buried the dogs alive and then filled the cavity with earth. The night guard was acting upon instructions of Bagichartak Welfare Association’s officials. Some how the news came in focus to some animal right activists and three voluntary organization named CFP, PAW and ALB jointly asked for a march with other animal right activists in Bangladesh to the spot. They marked the spot and started to dig. Finally the corpse of two female dog and a sack was recovered. And when Zahid Hussain from CFP opened the sack, shockingly corpse of 14 puppies came out.  A case has been filed and all the bodies have been send for post-mortem. But law for animal cruelty in Bangladesh is outdated. The highest punishment is only 3 Euro fine that dosen't make any sense. Animal abuse or cruelty should be treated as serious offense. Lack of a strong law against animal cruelty, such mindless brutalities are becoming very common day by day in Bangladesh because of not having any strict law by the government. People by nature are violent on street dogs mostly because of the lack of humanly education, social disorder and religious superstitions. We demand justice from the government on this case and also demanding to impose a more updated and strict law for any kinds of animal cruelty. https://en.banglainsider.com/bangladesh/240/Dogs-Buried-Alive-A-tale-of-lost-humanity http://m.theindependentbd.com/post/121128 http://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/dhaka/2017/10/31/can-kill-animal-human/ http://www.bn.bangla.report/post/16024-%E0%A6%A6%E0%A7%8B%E0%A6%B7-%E0%A6%95%E0%A6%BF-%E0%A7%A7%E0%A7%AA-%E0%A6%B6%E0%A6%BF%E0%A6%B6%E0%A7%81%E0%A6%B0-%E0%A6%95%E0%A7%87%E0%A6%A8-%E0%A6%9C%E0%A7%80%E0%A6%AC%E0%A6%A8%E0%A7%8D%E0%A6%A4-%E0%A6%95%E0%A6%AC%E0%A6%B0 https://www.facebook.com/zahidmariner/videos/10211808930673391/

Care For PAW
10,135 supporters
Started 3 months ago

Petition to Animal Welfare, Peta India, IndianGovernment, Narendramodi, Naresh Kadyan, menka gandhi, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

Ban on selling breeds of dogs (that are suitable for colder climate) in India

Over the year, an increase in demand of exotic breeds of dogs in India has been noticed. It has become more of a status symbol than the joy of having a loving companion. There have been several cases where breeds like Siberian Husky, Saint Bernard, Malamute, Chow-Chow, Tibetan Mastiff are left by the owners on street, plagued with skin diseases and in deteriorating or poor health. It mostly happens because these breeds require a lot of effort to keep. Since they are suitable for cooler climates, their health in warmer climate is in jeopardy. It is a SADIST practice to keep such breeds and let them suffer because of their natural built. These breeds, in hotter climatic conditions need air conditioner, Hydrotherapy, cold water, good food and a lot of care; failing which, owners are abandoning their dogs on the streets. They are being bred/exported to meet the clients demands till their bodies wear off. They are kept in cages at pet stores and normally left at the shop at nights, in cages, in dark with no proper ventilation. Their selling price starts from 14,000 INR. The cost of each pup depends on it's coat and beauty. ANIMALS DESERVE BETTER TREATMENT.  There maybe a few examples where these breeds are provided for everything they need to develop and live to their actual potential without being tortured. But there are uncountable cases where they have been abandoned because they were heavy on the pocket when it comes to take care of their health and their treatments.Dogs are a man's truest companion. They do not mind if you let your frustration out on them. The very next second, they will wag their tail and love you the same. They deserve so much love, good and caring humans. Let us stop this cruelty against such pure souls. I request you all to join this petition and come together to put a BAN ON TRADING OF COLD WEATHER DOG BREEDS IN INDIA. 

DEVIKA THAKUR
1,174 supporters
Started 4 months ago

Petition to Director General Police (DGP Punjab), Capt. Amarinder Singh, Kaptan Singh Solanki, Karan Avtar Singh

PLEASE STOP BRUTAL DOG FIGHTING BLOOD SPORT IN PUNJAB!

Undercover investigations by animal activists from NGO Fauna  Police reveal shocking results- In the state of Punjab, a brutal and inhumane bloodsport is carried out in plain sight – Gambling on fighting dogs as they bleed to death! As dogs bred and trained to be vicious and attack each other are set at each other’s throats to fight, a gory, painful and horrific sight unfolds! Gamblers, Dog owners and spectators take a perverted thrill in watching blood fly, cheering the winning dogs on, the blood lust amply evident, having laid bets worth inordinate amounts of money on their victory. A victory that comes at the cost of the 'losing' dog - throat and tongue torn out, eyes gouged out, heart punctured, dislocated limbs flailing, kicked aside by its owner as too worthless to save. The lives of these dogs are stories of horror and pain, brutal training and abuse from the time they are tiny, helpless puppies. Those puppies that do not have the right temperament for the fight ring are killed or left to die, the rest are trained to be ruthless killers, the fear of a grotesque and painful death pushes them to monstrous fights for survival against stronger dogs, tearing each other apart in the ring aware of punishments that await them should they not perform, a jeering crowd egging them on and fueling their frenzy. Needless to say, several dogs lose their lives and die painful deaths.  The culture of violence that is bred with these dogs is shocking. Only the most unfeeling, psychopathic, perverted person would encourage & take pleasure in a sport that exploits a helpless animal. Please help ban dog fighting by joining Fauna Police and Friendicoes SECA in requesting the Chief Minister of Punjab to immediately end this cruel and illegal practice and punish those caught indulging in this blood sport.

Friendicoes SECA
18,757 supporters
Update posted 5 months ago

Petition to Special Secretary Chairman, AWBI, Peta India

Justice For Freyja

On 23rd March 2017, my beautiful four-year-old Freyja fell ill with what initially seemed like a simple case of hairball obstruction. On 6th May 2017, Freyja finally passed away after seven weeks of abuse, torture and maltreatment by a fraudulent vet, Dr. Sourav Roy. The central focus of this petition is to highlight the fact that Freyja was exploited as a commodity for monetary gains and was denied the basic right to proper treatment and care by her perpetrator(s).  Freyja was born on 23rd March 2013 at 11:15 am. The moment that I held her in my palm, I knew that she was some other kind of special. Over the next four years, Freyja reminded us every day that she was something else. Freyja was a lively, energetic and feisty cat – she never took no for an answer.  One of Freyja’s best qualities was that she trusted everyone. I suppose that is that quite common with any animal that you raise from a new-born. She did not know what evil was – so she never had any fear. However, in her last days, Freyja was forced to witness monsters that are far removed from the humanity she had always known. She was forced to cower in fear and surrender to barbarism. And, us – the people Freyja loved the most in this world could do nothing to help her.  For seven weeks, Freyja fought a furious battle to survive. In those seven weeks, we fought endlessly with her to help her live. Little did we realise that the person that we had entrusted with her safety, was the one inflicting her pain and trauma. As Freyja deteriorated, we were crippled with fear and panic. In a place where no veterinarian followed a standardised protocol, a place without proper in-patient facilities and infrastructure, we were left with little choice.  Dr. Roy had been treating my two cats and one dog for the past three years and our family relied on him completely. We did not have a way of knowing any better as there were no prior events that required any serious medical intervention. He is a highly popular vet in Kolkata – and this is a place where you find vets mostly through good search or personal referenceDr. Roy came strongly recommended by many people we knew. Hence, in Freyja’s case, we had no reasons to doubt his expertise.  Dr. Roy began treating Freyja with a presumed diagnosis of hairball obstruction despite our insistence on a thorough medical check up. During this period he administered two courses of antibiotics on Freyja along with a whole bunch of other prescription medications. After two weeks, he finally asked for a complete blood test and referred Paw Path Animal Diagnostic Laboratory. He gave me the number of a contact person at Paw Path but asked me to contact his para-vets to restrain Freyja as well as draw the blood. He told me that cats tend to get very anxious with blood work.  On 11th April 2017, I scheduled Freyja’s blood test, Paw Path was supposed to send a person for blood collection along with Dr. Roy’s para-vets. However, they did not send a person at the scheduled time and told me that they will only send a person after the blood has already been drawn. As I did not have authorised viles or a person from Paw Path, I had no choice but to reschedule the test. Freyja’s tests got delayed due to holidays in between.  On 19th April 2017, Freyja was rescheduled for blood tests. The para-vets were unable to draw Freyja’s blood citing low blood pressure. This was communicated to Dr. Roy who said that we cannot run any test on Freyja for at least a week as she is very weak.  On 22nd April 2017, I informed Dr. Roy that I was taking Freyja was an x-ray at Paw Path and asked him to send me the details of the x-ray. Freyja got her x-ray done at 4 pm and I was told that they would need two working days for Freyja’s report and I needed to leave the x-ray plate with them. Upon Dr. Roy’s advice, I asked them to send me a photo of the plate as soon as possible. I received the photo of the x-ray plate after two hours and I received the report the following morning at 9:50 am.  After examining Freyja’s plate, Dr. Roy informed us that Freyja has faecal impaction which he planned to dislodge through regular “colon cleanses.” He also told us that the only other option is a surgery which Freyja was much too weak to sustain. Freyja’s x-ray report from Paw Path also indicated that Freyja’s large intestine was filled with “gaseous and faecal matters”, corroborating Dr. Roy’s claims. He advised me to give her regular doses of glycerol for the next 4-5 days to natural soften the stool before he performs his “colon cleanses.”  Until this point, even though Freyja was weak, she was eating a small amount of food and drinking water consistently and defecating intermittently. She was also moderately active. It was after multiple “colon cleanses” and excessive medications that her condition rapidly deteriorated.  On 30th April 2017, I took Freyja to another vet, Dr. Subir Bhattacharya for consultation. He told us that Freyja did not have any faecal impaction in the first place and was instead subjected to chronic maltreatment. He also informed us that Dr. Roy is a fraudulent practitioner and has a police case registered against him at a local police station. I verified Freyja’s x-ray plate from a PhD researcher at the University of Bristol, School of Veterinary Sciences and she confirmed Dr. Bhattacharya’s claims.  In Freyja’s last week, there was not an entity or divine being that we did not pray to – as it appeared to be our only hope. We knew that it was too late to save her but we sincerely wished for a miracle. We hoped that somehow she would spring back and it would all be OK. There was no stone that we left unturned to try and save her but luck did not favour my little baby.  Freyja left us on 6th May 2017, on her mother Mishka’s birthday. They say that cats disconnect when they know that death is near but our Freyja never left our side. She said her goodbyes to everyone that she ever knew and loved. She gave us the time to heal from our pain by hiding her own. That is how fierce, loyal and beautiful her love was for us. This petition seeks: Justice for Freyja on the grounds of animal cruelty and maltreatment Measures to restrain malpractice of veterinary medicine. A thorough investigation of Freyja’s case. A revision of the existing animal cruelty act.

Sohni Chakrabarti
1,489 supporters