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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 BBC
A PETITION TO SAVE OUR DOG, TANK.
An incident occurred at the Olatunji’s residence on the 23rd of July 2018 whereby their neighbour came on to their property to pick up her parcel that they had collected on her behalf. The neighbour had known Tank since he was 10 weeks old. Tank ran out to play with the her but she reacted aggressively by shouting, screaming and hitting the dog constantly with the parcel. Due to her hitting their dog, he sustained cuts and bruises to his face and this resulted in Tank nipping her once. She later called the Police called and requested that the dog should be euthanised. They took their dog to their local kennel to calm him down as he was stressed, they also put a few things in place on their property and arranged to do some training so that such incident would not occur again. The Police were aware of what they had put in place including a non-refundable 50% deposit in excess of £2000. They were hoping to collect Tank on Monday the 30th of July 2018 from the Kennel. The Police came to their house on Saturday the 28th of July asking them to sign an Acceptable Dog Behaviour Contract. After they had signed the contract, it was later drawn to their attention that the Police had already seized their dog so they could lose their training deposit and did not informed them that their dog had been seized. The Police also lied to them in seizing the dog. There is plenty of evidence on the YouTube channel of Deji showing the dogs temperament and nature. Please help us in getting back this kind, friendly and loving family dog. He is dearly missed, it saddens us all.
Petition to Michael Gove MP, Chris Grayling MP
Help me to change the law for Cats involved in RTA's
In the U.K. It is against the law to not take a dog that's been involved in a RTA to the vets but it is not the law to take cats to the vets or to report it following a RTA! Why??! A cat is a much of a loved pet as a dog is so the same rules should apply. Over 230,000 cats are run over every year and the person who runs them over has no responsibility to that animal at all. In 2015 the Telegraph attempted to change the law with a petition but only 12,000 people signed it meaning it never went through, if even half of the 230,000 people who had a cat ran over last year signed them there's a chance the law would be changed so please sign and share and help stop the hurt that people go through when their pet doesn't come home and they've no idea why!
Petition to RSPCA
Animal cruelty in UK lets get an official public record of offenders.
I am tired of courts giving offenders slap on the wrist or a suspended sentence even if its been a massive puppy farm operation where loads of poor animals are treated abominably for profit. I feel that if we could have a register of offenders available to the public as they do in America the public have a chance of avoiding these people so we don't fund their next business venture. Also we could report if they are operating again or if an individual who was previously banned from having a pet has attained one we can get them investigated quickly and stop cruelty happening again. If you were selling a pet you could also look up the register and make sure your pet is going to a good home and not entering a bad situation. Its not right to treat animals badly and we are supposed to be a nation of animal lovers. So wether its cruelty against domestic, farm animals or wildlife there name and details should be held on a register and updated. Please show you support a register of offenders and sign the petition, we need to change things as the courts sentencing isn't helping as seen by this latest .http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/puppy-farm-gang-avoids-jail-9740793#ICID=sharebar_twitter Photo shown by cascadenews.co.uk However, the SSPCA have said before that they would welcome a register of offenders in the UK. http://glasgow.stv.tv/articles/1331145-scotland-has-scope-to-introduce-animal-offenders-register-says-charity/
Petition to George Eustice MP (DEFRA), John Holland-Kaye CEO (BAA), Lady Mary Fretwell, Pet Cargo Department, Pet Cargo Department, Stephen McNamara, Philip Meeson CEO, Government Relations, David Burling, Managing Director, Christoph Müller CEO, Andrew Swaffield CEO (Monarch)
Cut the Price of Air Travel for Pets to the UK/Ireland within Europe
UK and Irish Airlines must fall in line with the rest of Europe allowing small pets to travel with their owner in the cabin rather than as cargo, thereby cutting the high costs of air travel for cats and dogs. Currently, there are *no* UK or Irish airlines that allow small dogs or cats to travel in the cabin of the plane (inside a pet carrier), which is something most other European countries´ airlines do allow. This is an affordable way to transport your pet compared to the astronomical cost of UK airlines and "pet reception" services. Ireland has it even worse because they need to fly to the UK first and then take a connecting flight from there. DEFRA needs to abolish its ridiculous insistence that animals have to travel as manifest cargo and making these "pet transport companies" compulsory. Pets weighing more than 8 kg should be allowed to travel with their owners as "special luggage" at similar prices as buggies, golf equipment, bicycles, etc. As an example, to fly one cat as cargo from Lanzarote to London costs around £600 (approx. €700), whereas taking a cat or small dog into the cabin with you to go from Lanzarote to Germany, Holland or Belgium will only incur the cost of extra hand luggage, charged per kilo (between £50 and £100, in the cabin or hold). The following are the results that these high prices (which can NOT be justified) that the UK/Ireland charges are causing: 1. A big increase in pets being abandoned because people cannot afford the cost to get their animal back to the UK/Ireland (especially during this time of economic crisis). We witness it all the time, people who leave the European country they have lived in to return to the UK/Ireland, simply "dumping" their animals on the street or with people whom they tell "it´s only for a short while, we´ll come back and pick up the cat/dog in a month or so" (of course they don´t come back), who then in turn tend to dump or neglect these animals. 2. The local charities who are already stretched to the limits cannot cope with the increased amount of abandoned animals. 3. Cats that are not feral to begin with who are abandoned can suffer and die from depression and do not fare well living on the streets, and dogs generally end up getting run over by a car. WHY do most other European airlines that operate in, for example, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Spain etc., allow small pets to travel inside the cabin, paid for as extra hand luggage, but UK and Irish airlines do not? Since there is no more quarantine these days and the PETS Scheme applies to the UK and Ireland as well, this is obviously not because of health and safety issues, but surely comes down only to money and greed and not the welfare of our pets. We also see many German, Dutch, Belgian, Spanish etc. tourists taking their small dogs (and sometimes cats) on holiday with them, because it is affordable and simple to do with their airlines. There is NO reason whatsoever why UK/Irish airlines cannot do the same. Pet Owners and Pet Lovers on the island of Lanzarote, the UK, Ireland and elsewhere in Europe demand that changes are made in the way that small pets are transported flying from other European countries to and from the UK and Ireland. This petition does not only stand for Lanzarote, but all other destinations in Europe from where you can not take your pet inside the cabin to fly to the UK and Ireland and have to pay ridiculous prices for pets travelling as cargo. **Haz clic aquí para la Traducción Español de esta solicitud **
Petition to Dave Lewis, Dave Lewis
End the sales of eggs from caged hens in Tesco
I have been campaigning to end caged hen farming through letter writing for several years now. I have five hens myself, two of them are ex- commercial barn hens and one of them once lived in commercial colony cages. They are amazing animals to be around. Keeping my own hens and knowing their past has made me determined to improve the way hens are kept commercially. I found out that Tesco is one of the few supermarkets that still sell eggs from caged hens. After trying to end this through my own letter writing I have come to find that the written opinions of one person creates little impact on a company like Tesco. However I believe that with the help of like-minded people on social media, we can make Tesco listen and create an impact. Food production affects everyone. Very few of us, however, know the truth behind the processes that leads to the food sold in our stores. A prime example of this is the egg productions industry. Lots of eggs sold to us in stores come from hens kept in "enriched cages". The conditions in these "enriched cages" are cramped and very restrictive. The hens never see the light of day or get to experience a natural lifestyle. In addition, the hens never get to experience the real outside world. Which I believe is an essential element for a hen to live a happy and healthy life. This methods of egg farming are cruel, unnatural and inhumane. Tesco is one of the biggest supermarket chains in the country. If it stopped selling cage eggs it would drastically reduce the number of hens who spend their lives in cages. It would also send a message to other supermarkets that this is an option that is realistic and achievable. Companies such as Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencers and Waitrose stopped selling eggs from caged hens years ago and new companies are listening to the public and realising that something has to change -- recently Mcdonald’s UK responded to a petition and agreed to stop using eggs from cage kept hens. Please sign this petition and take the first steps towards freedom for hens.
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 Animal Planet, David Attenborough, World Wildlife Fund
Ban domestication of the Lesser Anteater
The Tamandua Tetradactyla/ lesser anteater is a wild animal which many people are now deciding to keep as pets. This is a form of animal abuse as he anteater is not an animal suited to domestication; they need a wild environment, solitude and a mix of forestation, bodies of water and access to insect nests. The claws of a Tamandua tetradactyla are so thick and sharp that they could easily kill a human, many people choose to keep them as pets. They require a high level of care and access to a burrow. Due to their arboreal life style, they need to be able to climb trees of various heights and diameters for adequate exercise and muscle development. Their 33⁰c body temperature is unusually low for a mammal and so they require cold living conditions in captivity to prevent heat stroke. All of these things paired with the large number of insects they feed on per day makes them animals which are far better suited to being left alone in the wild.