Petition to Theresa May MP, Boris Johnson MP
BAN THE BURQA - IT IS A SECURITY RISK
BAN THE BURQA - IT IS A SECURITY RISK The wearing of the burqa is a security risk as is wearing a crash helmet in banks and other buildings etc. The face is not visible, therefore if a crime is commited the offender is not identified due to the face being covered. To prevent unidentified crimes happening, the burqa needs to be banned from wearing. STOP UNIDENTIFIED CRIMES AND BAN THE BURQA
Petition to Lucinda Yeadon, David Lancaster, Raymond McCadden
Close Dogs4Us - Puppy Farm Pet Shop!
Like and Follow Boycott Dogs4Us on Facebook and Twitter! Dogs4Us is a pet shop with branches in Leeds and Manchester. Dogs4Us sells puppies that they purchase from cruel, confined facilities known as "puppy farms" where dogs are kept in windowless sheds without light, heat or human contact. Dogs4Us have been exposed on Channel 5, Sky News, BBC and in the national/local press. We are calling on Salford and Leeds Councils who license Dogs4Us - to close Dogs4Us and end the sale of puppies in pet shops in their areas. Like and Follow Boycott Dogs4Us on Facebook and Twitter!
Petition to Xi Jinping, Liu Xiaoming, International Animal Rescue, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
END THE YULIN DOG EATING FESTIVAL IN CHINA!
STOP! The Yulin dog eating festival! Dogs are innocent animals, that deserve love, attention, care, and a family. First, dogs are stolen from owners, taken from puppy farms or taken from the streets as strays, next they are crammed into cages that are way too small for the amount of dogs inside, click this link to see: https://goo.gl/images/wnGjrN , which often twist their limbs into extremely uncomfortable positions and have to stay there for several hours. Once they finally reach their destination, then, like some sort of torture the dogs are boiled, beaten, strangled, electrocuted, burnt and skinned ALIVE! They think the dog tastes better and will be more tender if it has adrenaline! After the horrendous ordeal the visitors happily eat the dogs. Animal cruelty is not a crime in China! When a dog just bites a human, it usually gets euthanised, or, in China there was a policeman that beat a dog to death in public! Here is the link to that: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5228433/Golden-retriever-dies-beaten-policeman.html They eat dog meat because they believe that if you eat dog meat it gives the men more sexual stamina and that it will keep them cool during the summer and it will apparently ward off evil spirits. I just can’t beleive that these people could torture the animals that help with the police, help disabled people, support and love each family they have, support and love children if they have been abused and many more. If a human tortures a dog in China, nothing happens! PUT AN END TO THIS MADNESS! If you really want to see how China really treats man’s best friend, contact me on email@example.com and I will send you the link as soon as I can. I’m warning you that the video is extremely graphic and upsetting.
Petition to Office of Local Government, Niall Blair MP, Anthony Roberts MP, Gabrielle Upton MP, Clover Moore, Tim Hurst, Paul Toole MP
Link Pet Registries Australia wide to prevent theft and loss.
The NSW Pet Registry is not linked to any of the 5 other national pet databases. This means someone could steal your pet and bring it to (or from) NSW and their microchips wouldn’t scan in their new location. With any luck, your pet would end up in a new loving home. But equally, it could end up used as a fighting dog, or as bait, or sold into a puppy mill, or for any number of other awful scenarios. But no matter what, you’d be left heartbroken. A real life example… In 2013, whilst living in Melbourne, my girlfriend and I rescued the two most amazing dogs in the world. A Husky named Cali and a Labrador named Snickers. I registered them and paid the adoption fees, and they came to live with me for good. In 2015, life took us to Sydney. But a year later, my ex and I split up. At first we shared the dogs, but then my ex changed her mind and I haven’t seen them in 10 months and counting. I’m now facing legal bills in the tens of thousands to win them back through the courts, and it’s something that could have been avoided. You might be wondering how this happened, since I paid for them and they’re registered to me... Well, just a few days after we split up, my ex went down to the local council and re-registered the dogs in her name. They already had microchips with my information, but the NSW registry doesn’t link to any other database in Australia. It’s the only one that doesn’t. So when their chips failed to return any information, she simply pretended they had never been registered before, and that I didn’t exist, even though both dogs had been officially mine throughout the rest of Australia since 2013. She wasn’t even asked for a change of ownership form. It was negligent of the council not to ask why an 8 and a 5 year old dog had chips that had “not been activated", but moreover it’s a failure of the system that their chips didn’t scan correctly. This is exactly what micro chipping is meant to protect against! How is it possible that the registries are not linked? Please sign this petition to have Pet Registries (in particular the NSW Pet Register) linked Australia wide effective immediately. Protect your pets from loss/theft.
Petition to Theresa May MP, The Rt Hon. Michael Gove MP, Sadiq Khan, Camden Council, Keir Starmer, RSPCA, The Kennel Club, Islington council, Gumtree, Pets4Home , Preloved, Freeads , dogstrust , APGAW, Henry Smith MP
BAN UNLICENSED PET TRADING IN THE UK!
Before anything, I need to share my story. Last Thursday, someone broke into my house and stole my lovely companion - the handsome petition ambassador in the picture. Police did everything they could. The forensic officer warned me about the lack of police resources to recover him and she told me to make sure I make him "too hot to handle online". Thanks to all my friends who helped to spread the word online and special thanks to the animal welfare officer from Islington council who found him on the streets after being dumped by the criminals, he is back with his family, safe and sound. During the traumatic process of recovering him - certainly the worst experience of my life - I realized that this was a common crime in the UK. Did you know that FIVE dogs are reported stolen in the UK every DAY but only ONE is recovered? Did you know that literally ANYONE CAN SELL A PET ONLINE? If a pet is stolen, brought into the country illegally and/or comes from a terrible puppy farm they can still be sold online just like a pen or any other cheap product. Yes, that’s right! The so-called best friend, the perfect companion to so many people in need, a member of the family to so many of us, our priceless pets can easily be sold online just like any other undesired second hand item. Around 90% of pet trading happens online. As of TODAY, there are 4,185 Dog for Sale ads on freeads.co.uk, 5,398 on Gumtree, 11,941 on Preloved.co.uk and a staggering 16,730 on Pets4homes.co.uk: A TOTAL OF 38,254 ADS on only 4 websites. And this is just dogs. It is estimated that 70,000 puppies were imported into UK last year to be sold online via criminal gangs pretending to be reputable breeders. According to The Kennel Club, 20% of puppies bought online WILL DIE WITHIN SIX MONTHS. The UK government plans to tighten up laws around selling pets and breeding dogs and will require anyone breeding and selling three or more litters of puppies a year to apply for a formal licence. Irresponsible breeders who don’t stick to these rules face an unlimited fine and/or up to six months in prison according to its own website. This is clearly not enough to stop illegal and unhealthy irresponsible trading, we need to REGISTER AND LICENSE EVERYONE SELLING A PET. The whole process of selling a pet should be tracked and regulated. Micro-chipping is already mandatory by law, therefore there is no reason why this is actionable. In terms of the punishment of offenders, there was a new bill consultation that ended in January 2018 aiming to increase the maximum penalty for animal cruelty from six months to 5 years in prison. If we can ban unlicensed pet selling along with the approval of this new law to include tougher punishments, we will be one step closer to a fairer world to our beloved companions. For all the priceless animals, with love.