Petition to Oklahoma City Courts
#savequiller from being unfairly euthanized!!
Please sign and share with news stations, journalists, city officials, judges, attorneys, anyone you can think of that can help us save Quiller from being euthanized. ‼️ Quiller (formerly Astro) is a beautiful dog who was adopted from Country Roads Animal Rescue Society’s rescue program into a loving family. He is adored and considered to be one of their children. He has absolutely no behavioral issues or aggression towards people or other dogs. He has a prey drive as a shepherd mix and does chase cats - as many dogs do. The following story is hard to believe is true and we are bound and determined to fight this and right this wrong in order to save this beloved dog’s life. The details in his case are below. We have had the owner type up the following so as not to get any of the facts wrong. ‼️PLEASE READ, SIGN, & SHARE!!! ‼️ “On August 14th, 2021 a child left open the Watson’s gate after taking their bike out. When Quiller was let out of the house and into the backyard later in the afternoon for relief, he found a neighbor’s cat in the yard. He then chased the cat out of the open gate and into the a neighbor’s open basement door 25 feet from the opened gate. The neighbor leaves this door open for her multiple cats to come and go as they please. Quiller unfortunately bit the cat in the neighbor’s basement. The neighbor subsequently filed charges with OKC AnimalControl. Quiller was seized by Animal Control on August 25th and has been in impounded since. On November 8th, a judge in OKC Municipal Court ruled that Quiller would be euthanized as a dangerous dog because of the incident.” These children are distraught and heartbroken and cannot rest without him home. Quiller has been at the OKC animal shelter since August, alone without his family, now awaiting a death sentence. His family has submitted an appeal to spare his innocent life. Share far and wide and please help us #savequiller !!!!! ��
Petition to worldwide
Making Sure As Many Cats as Possible Have Homes.
Many Cats Are Roaming the Streets Right This Minute. Often Without Food or Shelter, Or There are Cats Sitting in Shelters Hours away from being euthanized, And Even Cats In Bad Living Situations Such as Abusive Households. This Can All Be Changed With Your Help as Well As The Help of Many, Many Others. How Can you Help? Let's Talk About it! Adopting! A Feline Companion Could be Just What you need! I'm Sure Your Kitty Would Adore You as Much as you adore them! Adopting Strays or Cats In Shelters is always a Great Choice! Not Sure if you want Officially Add another Feline member to the Family? Fostering is always an option! You Can Give a Cat a Very Good Temporary Home until they are off to they're forever Home! If you do end up wanting to adopt your foster kitty that is always an option! Want to Help Cats in need! Donating To Cats In Need And/Or Need Treatment Is Always Appreciated By The Kitty and The Owner(s)! You Can Also Donate To Your Local Animal Shelter! Do you live in a Neighborhood With Strays Roaming Around? You Can Always Lend a Helpful Hand In Feeding or Giving Shelter To Your Local cats! Bringing Your Neighborhood Kitty's To the Vet is also an option of course if Possible. Elderly Cats and Cats With Special Needs are Unlikely To Be adopted most the Time, You Can Help With That By Adopting, Fostering, Or Recommending To Others! Let's Work Together to Make a Better world For our Feline Friends! Help A Cat Today!
Petition to Greg Abbott, Richard Boyett
Save the Animals of Cleveland Texas
The animals of Cleveland Tx and it’s surrounding areas are in dire need of assistance. There are little to NO LAWS, Shelters, Animal Control Facilities. Animals are dumped, shot, beaten, left to starve on the streets. There are 3-6 homeless dogs per any given street in Cleveland Tx. The residents boast about beating and shooting stray animals. I don’t know everything but I follow This is Houston and I urge you to do the same. Check the Cleveland Tx Facebook page and read the residents comments. Please help Bring awareness to the HELL THESE POOR ANIMALS LIVE! If you don’t dogs like Joey, who was found on the side of the road, beaten so bad his eye popped out, thrown out with multiple bags of dead chickens and dogs who had been shot in the head. Sitting in so much pain he couldn’t move. Sitting beside him was the red hot chips they left for him to eat! There will continue to be more stories like his. Please help me save them, please be their voice, please tell the Governor and Mayor this is not acceptable and the world is watching them! Please sign and share!
Petition to Los Angeles City Council, Curren Price, Bob Blumenfield, Joe Buscaino, Mike Bonin, Mark Ridley Thomas, Kevin de León, Nury Martinez, Mitch O'Farrell, Paul Koretz, Eric Garcetti, Monica rodriguez, Paul Krekorian, Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Gill Cedillo
Stop LA Zoo’s 650 million expansion!
Help protect our native woodlands, its ecosystems and preserve 23 acres of natural habitat. Say no to LA Zoo’s expansion plans! LA Zoo is planning a $650 million expansion. Officials are considering a controversial transformation, hoping it would give it a competitive edge in a market dominated by powerhouse tourist attractions. “The zoo’s plan is another attempt to squeeze more money out of Griffith Park, a designated L.A. Cultural-Historic Monument,” said Clare Darden, a board member of the Griffith J. Griffith Charitable Trust. “There is no need for another amusement park in L.A. But there is dire need for preserving its increasing rare native ecosystems.” Wild animals should not be kept in captivity for our entertainment, the mere idea of depriving a creature of its freedom for the sole purpose of our enjoyment, it’s something that we, as a society, should have abandoned long ago. Help preserving protected lands and its habitants. Help us by sharing this petition, we are running against time. Thank you for your support!
Petition to Department of Veterans Affairs, Denis McDonough, U.S. House of Representatives, Rep. Maria Salazar
Permanently Stop Abusive VA Dog Experiments
UPDATE (September 2018): U.S. Congress and the President enacted a law extending restrictions on VA's dog experiments through 2019. Read more here. --- UPDATE (March 2018): Following your efforts, U.S. Congress enacted a law to de-fund the VA's dog experiments for 2018 and placed dramatic restrictions on the practice. Read more here. We're still working to end this waste and abuse for good! --- As U.S. military veterans, family members, and active duty members, we’re sickened that the Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.) has been using taxpayers’ money to purchase, breed, abuse and kill dogs in wasteful experiments. The VA’s painful and deadly experiments on dogs are a betrayal of these loyal animals who literally save soldiers’ lives on and off the battlefield. These projects also waste resources desperately needed to provide veterans with care and services. According to news reports and the non-profit White Coat Waste Project, some of the V.A.’s current projects involve: giving mixed-breed puppies heart attacks (Richmond V.A.) cutting into beagle puppies’ brains (Milwaukee V.A.) damaging dogs’ spinal cords (Cleveland V.A.) With the support of 75% of taxpayers and a coalition of influential Democratic and Republican lawmakers, in March 2018 Congress enacted legislation that cuts funding for and drastically restricts future dog testing at the VA. Now, please join us in urging the VA Secretary to PERMANENTLY end this waste and abuse. William Barko, US Army Ret.John Blaha, USAF Ret.Stan Benton, USN Ret. and USAF Ret.Bruce Bryant, US Army Ret.Chris Burand, US Army Ret.Gary Cantara, USAF separated, honorable dischargeWilliam Coll, US Army Ret.Michael Donahue, USNWayne Hair, US Army Ret.Ed Hernandez, USMCWill HubbardJennifer Johnson, USN Ret.Dr. Isis Johnson-Brown, US Army Ret.Ken Phillips, US Army Ret.Robert Reed, USAF Ret.Diane Solomon, USN SpouseTyler Spires, US ArmyVirginia Joy Stovall, USN Ret.Lyn StrangstadDanell Tomasella, US Army Ret.Nancy Warner-BrownJennifer Wilsbacher, US Army Ret.Merrie Wilson, USAF Ret.
Petition to U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Denis McDonough, Rep. Maria Salazar
Dogs need your help! Tell Congress to stop cruel taxpayer-funded experiments.
UPDATE (March 2018): Following your efforts, U.S. Congress enacted a law to de-fund the VA's dog experiments for 2018 and placed dramatic restrictions on the practice. Read more here. We're still working to end this waste and abuse for good! --- An investigation by White Coat Waste Project revealed that more than 1,100 beagles, hounds and mixed-breed dogs—even puppies—are subjected to secretive, wasteful and cruel experiments inside government laboratories each year. As a physician, researcher and dog-lover –and someone who once reluctantly experimented on dogs—I know there’s no way to defend the government’s use of dogs for invasive and unnecessary experiments. It’s also a betrayal of a 10,000 year old bond between dogs and humans built upon mutual affection and loyalty. The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and other major news outlets have been documenting how the Department of Veterans Affairs, Pentagon, National Institutes of Health, and other agencies spend taxpayers’ money to abuse dogs: Death by Sand Flies: Infected sand flies are strapped to beagles’ bare skin, causing painful ulcers. Forced Vomiting: Dogs are cut open, their nerves severed, and electrodes are implanted on their intestines. They're then forced to vomit repeatedly. Forced Heart Attacks: "Snares" are tightened around dogs’ coronary arteries to induce heart attacks before they're killed and dissected. American taxpayers are forced to pay millions of dollars for these studies with virtually no access to information about what’s being done or why and how much it costs. Is this how you want your money spent? Please sign our petition to end wasteful spending and increase transparency and accountability about taxpayer-funded experiments on dogs! Most agencies including the VA, DOD, FDA and CDC do not reveal details of how our taxpayer dollars are being used for experiments on dogs, but on one of the few projects for which spending data is available, NIH experimenters have used nearly $6 million of taxpayers' money since 2011 to give dogs heart attacks. Bipartisan Members of Congress also recognize the ethical, scientific and economic problems with these controversial experiments on dogs. They’re now working to help spare dogs from abuse and cut wasteful government spending. Please join us and encourage Members of Congress and the administration to end this wasteful government spending on flawed research.
Petition to Tom Vilsack
Stop USDA's Kitten Cannibalism Experiments
VICTORY UPDATE: Following your advocacy and WCW's hard-fought campaign, the USDA has ended these experiments and adopted out the surviving cats to loving homes. ------ My name is Dr. Jim Keen. And I participated in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s taxpayer-funded experiments. For two decades, I worked for the USDA's Agricultural Research Service. Perhaps you've heard of my former employer -- it also runs the notorious USDA Kitten Slaughterhouse where thousands of kittens have been killed in wasteful tests. Now I’m working with White Coat Waste Project and Congress to de-fund and defeat this government animal abuse. Here’s what you need to know: 3,000 Kittens Slaughtered and Incinerated: they’re only 10-weeks old. But USDA kills healthy kittens for its pointless Toxoplasmosis experiments. $22 Million in Taxes: we’ve been forced to pay the bill for nearly 50 years! USDA Defiant: government refuses to adopt out survivors, even though veterinary and public health authorities agree these kittens don’t need to be incinerated like trash. But it gets even worse: USDA buys dog and cats from China’s meat markets... and it feeds their hearts and brains to the Kitten Slaughterhouse's trapped lab victims! “Purchased from Asian meat markets to be part of experiments by the USDA.”–ABC News That's what we just exposed to Time Magazine, NBC News, the Washington Post, and the international media with our new investigation. As a former USDA employee, veterinarian, and scientist with over a quarter century of experience in public health, I know there’s no way to defend senseless government waste and abuse like this. Bottom line: taxpayers should never be forced to pay-off China’s worst dog and cat meat markets and slaughterhouses! That’s why I’m working with Congress to pass the KITTEN Act. This critical legislation will cut USDA Kitten Slaughterhouse’s tax funding … forever! Please join me: demand Congress pass the KITTEN Act. Let’s end the killings and incinerations, adopt out the survivors, and stop USDA’s Asian dog meat shopping spree! -Jim Keen, DVM, PhD