Petition to Honourable Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi, Animal Welfare Department of India, Peta India, Hope for Paws
Reinforce the Animal Law in India & Punish these 3 people for brutal killing of dog
Respected Sir, Recently on 11 th October 2016, 3 men thrashed & hung a pregnant dog. The incident happened in the outskirt of Mohali at Raipur Kalan Village near Sohana. The name of the accused are Dassa, Harmeet Singh, Makhan Singh. They hung the pregnant dog , & stabbed the eyes. This is an horrifying brutality which is intolerable. This is just an another example of animal atrocities in India. For the last few years India has witnessed some brutal killing of animals. The time have come to change & protest. The main problem is the cruel mentality that persist in the people. Such distorted mentality are the root cause of any type of crime &murder. No one has right to take anyone's life be it animal or human. Recently we saluted Seizure , a labrador for the last time when he passed away few days before. Seizure was a pioneer of Indian Dog Squad & saved thousands life during 26/11 attack & Mumbai Blast. He is also a soldier of India, who devoted his life to save our lives. But what the "Human" did instead , killed, burnt, hung the innocent puppies & dogs. They have also feeling, they also feel pain . Today, I am ashamed to call my self as a Human, because my fellow brothers are acting Inhuman. "Animals are more human than 'human' " . They atleat don't kill anyone for their entertainment. Sir please save the life of these innocent animal & give punishment to the accused . There are many rapist, murderers, terrorist who are roaming with full freedom , they should be killed not this harmless animals. This is an appeal from a very common citizen of India, who thinks & love his country. Thanking You Rohon Kundu
Petition to Kerala Government, Human Society International, UK Government, European Union, The United States of America Government, The United Kingdom Government, goverment of japan, PETA, Blue Cross, paws
Stop Culling of Stray Dogs in Kerala, India.
Dogs are strangled, poisoned and beaten to death every day in Kerala, India!!! It is the most literate state in India and is famous for tourism and welcoming people. There have been a few isolated incidents in the last 1 year, where 2 humans were attacked by strays and they died from wounds. But these incidents have led to mass culling and indiscriminate killing of all stray dogs in the most inhumane way and continues daily. See media links. It is heart wrenching! Dog corpses piled up by the road, paraded by politicians and used as an opportunity to appear on media. This petition is to urge the government to stop this brutal killing of dogs and set up a system which focuses on neutering and getting these animals a home. We care about the human casualties and agree that dangerous dogs need to be destroyed but killing every dog on the street is wrong and needs to stop. Help us get this petition to reach the Kerala government and international animal rights organisations. We need millions of signatures from folks who still has a heart! We want Kerala to be welcoming and famous for tourism, not for animal cruelty like it is today! https://www.facebook.com/FriendsofAnimalsKottayam/ Media Links http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-37687977 http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/political-party-workers-kill-stray-dogs-parade-the-carcasses-in-kerala/story-r3pc3OQzWdKSbFZg3usWLK.html http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Now-gold-coins-for-culling-stray-dogs-in-Kerala/articleshow/55140404.cms http://www.ndtv.com/kerala-news/another-24-dogs-killed-in-keralas-ernakulum-1469678
Petition to Mr. RATNAKAR and the TRUSTEES, The Ashram Officers
Sai Baba Ashram: STOP NOW THE KILLING OF DOGS BY POISONING in Puttaparthi
In the ashram of the late Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba in Puttaparthi, Andra Pradesh, India, the well-known family of 9 dogs, a mother with her pups of different ages, has been completely exterminated by poisoning. A first wave of killings happened on Easter day (30 March 2013) and took the life of 7 of them, two could be treated in hospital and saved in extremis. A recent new wave of poisoning occured on 5th May 2013 which killed also the two surviving dogs. They were all young, kind, loving dogs, sterilized, vaccinated against rabies, born in the ashram, living peacefully and permanently there for many years, loved and cared by many animal lovers and above all they were dear friends to all of us. The joy they were giving to all can be seen in the photo album dedicated to these innocent victims ( http://sdrv.ms/16hJ795 ). Many other dogs in the ashram which are also all castrated and vaccinated by the Karuna Society are also often mistreated, some are strangely disappearing and the others are still in danger of being soon poisoned if the culprits of this deplorable killing are not exposed by a proper, legal and objective investigation. A complete and detailled unfolding of the situation and the recent events is available at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/saibabaofindia/message/26674 A flow of personal complaints from many all around the world after the first poisoning remained unheeded by the authorities of the ashram. Now we plead the authorities to listen with compassion to the cries of those divine innocent creatures’ sufferings and of all our bleeding hearts after knowing about such cruelty against the animal kingdom. We pray them to take all initiatives to solve the case and to stop the repeated incidents of dogs poisoning and to promote their future protection and welfare e.g. by launching a SAI ANIMAL WELFARE PROJECT. OUR MIGHT as caring human beings IS OUR LOVE AND OUR DEVOTION TO RIGHT ACTION AND NON-VIOLENCE towards all living beings including the animals. EACH VOICE OF THE HEART COUNTS. So please join us in this movement of Love by signing this international SAI DOGS PETITION and by raising awareness around you, using Facebook and Twitter and informing all your friends and family members about this international action to save our friends.
Petition to Dr. Sunil Thomas Chandy, Medical Council of India
Rusticate these heartless Medical students.
On the 19th of November, a female monkey that had entered the hostel room in Christian Medical College, was brutally abused by four medical students belonging to the same college, Jasper Samuel Sahoo, Rohit Kumar Yenukotti, Arun Loui Sashi Kumar and Alex Chekalayil. Her hands were tied and she was repeatedly beaten with sticks and belts. Her leg was broken and finally she was killed by inserting a rod up her anal canal. The corpse was buried behind the hostel mess. Animal rights activists Shravan Krishnan, Dinesh Babu, Nishanth Nichu and Antony Rubin filed a FIR against these students and the case was registered against the accused. However, they should be rusticated from their college as they are unfit to practice in the field of medicine. Under no circumstances must a person, who cannot value lives, be given a licence to treat and heal them. Please sign this petition to keep them from adversely affecting other lives, human or otherwise.
Petition to CEO Noida Authority, UP Chief Minister, Noida Authority, Narendra Modi, District Magistrate of Noida, OSD Noida Authority
Prevent Animal Shelter cum Hospital from Being Shut Down & Save the Animals from Death
In July 2017, Noida Authority took over the running of the Animal Shelter cum Hospital at Sector 94, Noida, which was earlier being run by the SPCA Noida for it. Unfortunately however, the obligation cast on the local authority to provide adequate and timely food & medicines for the animals, and staff salaries on time, is not being met. In fact, the shelter - home to over 1000 animals - is being dismantled before our eyes. Most work happening at the shelter is volunteer driven, but volunteers alone cannot sustain it ; and volunteers definitely cannot pay staff salaries ! Matters have reached boiling point now. The poor staff members have not received their salaries for July, August, and September (inclusive).They have laid down their tools, as these poor people do not have money for food for themselves, for basic necessities, or even transport. From tomorrow, the staff will not be feeding the1000 + animals at the shelter nor treating the ill ones. Patient intake and ambulance services have stopped already, a few days ago. It is a matter of time before animal deaths take place. As compassionate citizens we urge you to take things in hand. Please set systems in place that ensure the timely dispatch of food and medicines for the animals, and salaries for their care-givers. & please release pending staff salaries NOW !
Petition to Prime Minister of India, Bluecross , AnimalProtectionActivists
Animal (pet as well as stray) healthcare, insurance and protection
We are very glad to have a power person in the power seat of the country and we are seeing so much improvement at all fronts, however there is one section of the economy that is highly ignored: Dependent animals.We love and treat our pets as well as stray animals as our own children and it would be great to have policies for their insurance and health care. Also improved Government medical facilities, trained doctors and standard rates for medical treatments (which are exorbitant) would be great too.Laws for protection of animals are being amended but they are nowhere near as would be required to curb cruelty againt them.I do not mean any of this as a joke but as a sincere request on behalf of all the animal lovers out there to include these furry four-legged children as true members of society.#PM #animalLovers #treatThemAsKids #healthOfAnimals
Petition to Mr. P.K. Gupta (Commissioner North Delhi Municipal Corporation), municipal corporation of delhi, Mr. Amit Yadav, Mr. Puneet Kumar Goel
Release the funds, don't shut Friendicoes down!
This is Blindey. He was found on the side of a Delhi street, eyes gouged out, whimpering in pain, lying in a pool of his own blood. Friendicoes rescued him. They couldn't save his eyesight but they did save his life. Today, Blindey is one of the 500+ permanent canine residents at Friendicoes. But not for long. Friendcoes is about to shut down because they've run out of money. Municipal Corporation of Delhi owes Friendicoes Rs. 38 lakhs and they haven’t paid up. Sign my petition and ask MCD to release the funds to Friendicoes. Imagine if Friendicoes didn’t exist. Or ceased to exist. I’ve known Friendicoes as a volunteer, as someone who’s dropped off sick dogs at their shelter and called in injured animals. For 40 years, Friendicoes has stuck to its policy of ‘No animal turned away, no animal left untreated. Never say no.” They run a 24 hour rescue helpline, an ambulance service, they vaccinate and neuter strays and treat horses and mules via a mobile clinic. Friendicoes is paying for its generosity, they’re spending more on animal care than they can afford, and have accumulated unpaid medical and food bills of more than Rs. 82 Lakhs. Their sterilization and vaccination programme is run in collaboration with the MCD but the MCD hasn’t cleared payment since October 2014, amounting to Rs. 38 Lakhs. This debt will shut down Friendicoes- if the MCD doesn’t release the payment right away. Sign and share my petition and help Friendicoes so they can continue to help animals in need. Donate here: http://bitgi.co/savefriendicoes
Petition to Union Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change
Help Save Tigers
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) reported in 2016 that the number of wild tigers increased for the first time in a century, from 3200 in 2010 to 3890. Since the start of 2016 approximately 196 tiger deaths have been recorded in India. That accounts for 5% of the world’s wild tiger population. If the current trend continues the population increase will be in vain. Tigers are the largest members of the cat family and are extremely powerful predators. They are at the top of the food chain and keep the deer population under control. An uncontrolled population of dominant herbivores eats up all the available vegetation and greatly affects the entire ecosystem. Tigers maintain the balance and keep forest ecosystems healthy. Tigers are an integral part of India’s identity. They are the national animals of India and share a picture with elephants and rhinos in the ten rupee note to signify the diversity of Indian wildlife. People come from all over the world to see tigers and help generate large revenue in tourism. An economic evaluation of six tiger reserves; Corbett, Kaziranga, Kanha, Sunderbans, Ranthambore and Periyar found that the selected reserves give annual monetary benefits worth 79.7 billion rupees. Now imagine the total economic value of all 50 tiger reserves in India. To avail these monetary benefits we just need to divert the flow of money into conservation. Forest rangers frequently get into trouble with poachers and illegal miners. An increasing number of them are being killed in the line of duty. This combined with the lack of resources has caused them to be spread thin. More vehicles and firearms need to be provided to the forest department to prevent this. Extra money should be allocated for camera traps and radio-tracking collars. They help track individuals and provide important information about their behaviour and movements to researchers. Buffer zones need to be increased to reduce man-animal conflict. This can be done by giving compensation to nearby land owners so that they can buy land elsewhere. Building artificial watering holes inside protected areas helps reduce man-animal conflict further. They are especially necessary because summers are getting harsher due to climate change. With more water sources animals will not need to venture outside protected areas in search of water. Wildlife corridors are also necessary because they allow animals to safely travel between protected areas. These measures will not only help tigers but numerous other animals. They need to be implemented as soon as possible to protect them. Please sign the petition and help save tigers.