Petition to Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar, Government Of Pakistan
Implementation of Laws to curb animal cruelty in Pakistan
This petition is in reference to a recent incident that is being shared on social media. A poor equine was subjected to abuse in a political rally to demonstrate hate towards a political party. According to Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (ACF), the organisation that rescued the donkey after being informed of the incident by a citizen by the name of Abdullah, the baby donkey was beaten to a pulp, punched in the face and abdomen and then tied to a post and had a car rammed into him constantly. He continues to be in trauma post this incident which was reported today (July 16th 2018) https://en.dailypakistan.com.pk/pakistan/baby-donkey-nearly-beaten-to-death-in-karachi-by-political-workers-ahead-of-2018-polls/ This is one of countless such occurrences, many of which go unreported, due to the fact that not enough is being done to protect these poor animals from abuse of the most unspeakable kind. There aren't enough laws, or those which exist aren't being implemented. The fact that such incidents happen is proof in itself that no penalties are there for the perpetrators. This is an incident of extreme animal abuse, lesser versions of which are witnessed everyday on roads. For those of us who follow animal welfare and protection pages, and private organisations on social media which highlight such incidences and carry out rescues, we know that this isn't something new. Not much however is being done at the government level. Bills should be passed to include a subject on animal welfare in school curriculums in light of these cases of animal cruelty to instil compassion amongst students early as it is mostly children we see on the streets subjecting animals to abuse. Childhood cruelty to animals is said to be the first warning sign of later delinquency. There is a dire need to ingrain compassion in a society becoming dangerously desensitized to suffering. It is humbly requested that action be taken against the people who carried out this act so as to set a precedent for the future. It is requested humbly of the chief justice of Pakistan to take notice of this incident. Please sign this petition so action may be taken to do something about this issue.
Petition to Pakistan Government
Justice for animal cruelty!
A dog was killed in the area of Bunno or surroundings, sometimes after the election result of 2018 was announced in Pakistan. A losing party in PK89 of Adnan Khan Wazir, who was a ticket holder for qoumi watan party of Aftab Sherpao, tied an innocent dog to a tree, put a PTI flag around him and then shot him in the neck! The dog was screaming and howling in pain while these men stood around him, still pointing a gun at him. They were enjoying seeing him writher in pain. People like these are sadists and psychopaths. Under the cruelty to animal law they need to be punished! We want the government to take notice of this incident, help identify the murderers and punish them. We also want the government to make a database of all such sadists who enjoy hurting innocent animals. These people enjoy violence and won't just stop at harming animals. They are the very people who become terrorists, murderers and rapists. It is about time Pakistan realizes animal rights and punishes those who torture/harm animals in anyway. We as a country needs to be more compassionate! Please stand up against animal cruelty! Link to video: https://www.facebook.com/WhatisgoingoninPeshawar/videos/259803141484474/
Petition to A.R.C. Vietnam
STOP THE DOG MEAT MARKET OF VIETNAM. (This horrific act similar to Yulin lasts all year)!!
Thousands of pets are stolen from gardens and front porches every yearSEVEN TONNES of live dogs are shipped to Vietnam capital Hanoi each dayAs they are sold by weight, they are force fed through funnels to add valueIf thieves are caught by police, they usually get off with small finesSome diners believe the more an animal suffers before death, the tastier it isThe shocking practices have been revealed by C4's Unreported World. Many are stolen by thieves who drive round the streets at night on mopeds using lassos to catch unsuspecting pets. Because they are sold by weight, they are force fed through funnels to increase their value before being hosed down and tightly packed in cages. Nguyen Tien Tung is just the sort of man you'd expect to run a Hanoi slaughterhouse: wiry, frenetic and filthy, his white T-shirt collaged with bloodstains, his jean shorts loose around taut, scratched-up legs, his feet squelching in plastic sandals. Hunched over his metal stall, between two hanging carcasses and an oversized tobacco pipe, the 42-year-old is surveying his killing station – an open-air concrete patio leading on to a busy road lined with industrial supply shops. Two skinless carcasses, glistening pure white in the hot morning sun, are being rinsed down by one of Nguyen's cousins. Just two steps away are holding pens containing five dogs each, all roughly the same size, some still sporting collars. Nguyen reaches into one cage and caresses the dog closest to the door. As it starts wagging its tail, he grabs a heavy metal pipe, hits the dog across the head, then, laughing loudly, slams the cage door closed. You'd never like your pet to be stolen. Dogs are source of unconditional love and support and it is time we come together for them. Your voice has power! Your voice matters! One signature can make a dog look forward to a loving home. I am doing this because I share the planet, I don't own it. We couldn't save the dogs already dead but we are still not late in making the world a safer place. Humans do not need to bathe their soul with another animal's blood. Their only crime is they are an animal and killing them feeds your ego. I dare you, watch 30 minutes of a slaughterhouse video and you'd not see a meat market the Same way again! Make a change by taking a chance, TODAY!!!
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/
Petition to streetdogshelter
1 signature + 1$ saves pookie
Pookie is partially blind now both of his eyes are being destroyed,literally being eaten from within,with this blind eyes he was trying to survive on the streets. All he needs is an immediate surgery before getting totally blind for that we the street dog shelter needs 1700$ for his laser eye implant surgery without your help we can't do it so please help Please show some kindness on pookie by donating 1$ along with your signature to this fundraiser. paypal.me link of our founder below (guru) https://www.paypal.me/streetdogshelter1 Reason for this fundraiser (Founded by Guru .has been rescuing Street Dogs. Since 2012, We had saved more than 7000 Dogs and animals from Indian streets and helped them find loving, fur-ever homes. The shelter runs on the thinnest of margins and relies heavily on volunteers. Unfortunately, donations and adoption fees have not been enough to cover the expenses involved in maintaining the shelter Which resulted in this Fundraiser)
Petition to Devendra Fadnavis, PM Narendra Modi, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of agriculture and wildlife., Prakash Javadekar, Maneka Gandhi
Save stray animals. They are the loveliest of all.
There are so many pet lovers. Everyone likes to adopt breeds and not the stray animals which are homeless. People need to understand the sensitivity and importance of stray animals. Stray animals are cute and adorable. One of the major issue related to stray animals is the increasing number of stray animals. One of the worst thing about stray animals is that people have the mindsets that stray dogs and cats are harmful, cruel and have no love. Instead they are the one's who love you the most if you show them care and affection. Animal rights are: 1. It is the fundamental duty of every citizen of India to have compassion for all living creatures. Article 51A(g). 2. To kill or maim any animal, including stray animals, is a punishable offence. IPC Sections 428 and 429. 3. As per Indian law, street dogs cannot be beaten, killed or driven away or displaced or dislocated, they can only be sterilized in the manner envisaged in the The Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules, 2001 enacted under the Indian Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960 (A Central Act), vaccinated, and then returned back to their original locations. And there myriads of law but none of them are implemented. Problems that are faced by stray animals: In India, no matter how big the constitution is, the animals are not given their rights and are always at the risk of euthanizing. The government of India should always conduct a survey regarding the population and growth of stray animals. Though the survey is conducted still the strays are not looked after. There are 30 million stray dogs. There are vets or pet food brands who keep camps regarding neutering the animals so as to inhibit the population of stray animals in USA. This concept should be implemented more often in India. The dog catchers. The dog catchers of many foundations or animal shelter home are useless. They are not trained and they are precisely to euthanize animals. For example: In my locality they are dogs. Some people called upon the dog catchers who were untrained. They had a dog which was infected with rabies. Eventually we didn't allow them to take our dogs away. People have the wrong mindsets of stray animals. Even if you don't feed the stray animals ( especially dogs), they are the one's who will take care of your locality more than the watchman present in the society or the particular locality. If a stray animal is hit by car or they have some other injuries or disease, there are very least amount of vet who will do the surgery or treatment for free. For instance: One of the dog in our locality has got some fracture in its leg. None of the vet is ready to do it for free. The government of India should make some animal related projects and 'implement' them. One of the main aim of the government should be that every city or town should have atleast one shelter home which works for the strays and they should have all the facilities like: MRI scan, ultrasound or sonography, proper employment or salary for the people working in the shelter home, numerous antibiotics and vets and surgeon support. There are foundations where people do not take cats . They only take dogs. Government of India should make shelter homes who care for cats and kittens also. Although they are easy to manage, still the shelter home do not take cats. It should be made mandatory in schools to teach children to love animals and not to throw stones. Humanity is one that schools never teach. There should not only be humanity between humans but also animals. In India, there are still such small places where the cats are slaughtered to praise the God. Animal slaughtering should be banned in India. No matter in what condition the dogs and cats are, the animal shelter home should always be ready to have them and treat them with proper medication. Children should be taught that animals are their friends and they should stop throwing stones. Government should provide funds to the vet so that they can improvise stray animal's health. Cats and dogs both are adorable. They need love and attention. They need care and medication. As an Indian citizen and as an individual each one should contribute their love and time to the stray animals and be the one to stop the harsh treatment given to them by people.
Petition to Prayaas foundation
Let's support these guys who were doing a great job
Please spare a second to know about The Water Bowl Project and decide the right thing to do The Prayas foundation is not financially equipped to single-handedly afford water bowls for every locality in Aurangabad. You can help them by Donate a small amount of money towards this campaign so that they can afford to install water bowls in the entire city for the parched animals and birds
Petition to Government of Pakistan, SINDH POLICE, sindh government, Thar police
Justice for crow tortured and killed in Mithi-Diplo
A crow was tortured and killed in PS 57- Mithi-Diplo Tharparkar, sindh a few days back. He was killed to celebrate the victory of PPP Arbab Lutfullah, against GDA-Arbab Ghulam Rahim. This year's elections have led to the torture and death of multiple animals and birds around the country. These sadists harm animals if they win or loose. We want the government of Pakistan and Sindh to recognize these violations of animal rights, and prosecute those who murder/torture animals. Pakistan as a developing nation needs to actively support and protect animal rights. We want the government to pass laws which better protect the rights of animals. We also want to make a database of all criminals who harm animals, these people, young or old, need to be watched because only psychopaths and sadists carry out such activities. People who lack compassion and empathy are the reason why we see a high rate of crime. These sadists are the same people who kill and rape our women, men and children. Please let justice prevails. Every living being has as much right to this planet as us, and they all have rights to their lives. This barbaric culture of animal cruelty needs to stop!