Topic

rescue

12 petitions

Started 3 months ago

Petition to Ostap Semerak, Yuriy Lutsenko

Cвободу ведмедям! Ми всі дякуємо Вам Даша і Пафнутій також!

English text below - Free bears Dasha and Puffnuti from their tiny cages! Cвободу ведмедям!Ми всі дякуємо Вам Даша і Пафнутій також!Бурі ведмеді, Даша і Пуфнутій, знаходяться в полоні Сергія Пальохіна м.Хмельницький, Україна. Даша живе в клітці 1,5м х 1,5м а Пафнутій в транспортному контейнері. Ведмеді їдять, ночують , живуть - у власних екскрементах, тому що немає можливості чистити ці клітки. Міжнародна організація ім.Лоренса Ентоні та SOS 3оо та Bear Rescue спільно доклали багато зусиль, щоб звільнити цих ведмедів , щоб їх можна було привести до реабілітаційного центру в 2017 році. Багато разів Сергій обіцяв віддати Дашу і Пафнутія . Нехай Пальохін відповідає за свої слова - віддає ведмедів. Він також утримує багато інших диких тварин у відчайдушних умовах і навіть займається поширенням цього жахіття . Його треба зупинити! Міністр екології Остап Семерак та Генеральний прокурор України Юрій Луценко тепер повинні вжити заходів з усією інформацією, яку їм надала організація ім.Лоренса Ентоні. Заборонено тримати бурих ведмедів у полоні. Настав час діяти! Зараз! Передавати ведмедів та закрити цей зоокуток жахів. Це неправильно, це негуманне утримання тварин. Ви можете бути частиною рішення! Будь ласка, підпишіть цю петицію. Поділіться з друзями та родиною. Розповсюджуйте її , щоб ми могли врятувати Пафнутія та Дашу і навести приклад для всіх інших власників ведмедів, які порушують закон і зловживають тваринами протягом усього їхнього життя. Зараз. Це ти і я, хто повинен це зробити!  Дякую Вам від міжнародної організації ім.Лоренса Ентоні та 3оо SOS і Bear Rescue. in English Brown bears Dasha and Puffnuti are held captive by their owner, Sergey Palehin, Khmelnytskyy, Ukraine. Dasha has been living in 1.5m x 1.5m cage and Puffnuti in a shipping container. Both live, eat and sleep in their own excrement as there is no way to clean their cages.  LAEO Ukraine and SOS Zoo and Bear Rescue have jointly made many efforts to free these bears since fall 2017, so they can be brought to a sanctuary. Many promises from Sergey to us have been broken. We want him to keep his promises and hand over the bears to us. He also has many more wild animals in abhorrent conditions and is even working on extending his horror 'zoo'. HE MUST BE STOPPED. The minister of Ecology, Ostap Semerak, and the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, Yuriy Lutsenko, now need to take action with all the information that LAEO has given them. It is illegal to keep brown bears in captivity. It is time to act now, hand over the bears to LAEO Ukraine and close down this horror zoo. It needs to be clear for once and for all, that this animal abuse is not tolerated. Not even in Ukraine. YOU can be part of the solution! Please sign this petition. Then Share it with your friends and family. Spread it wide and far so we can save these bears and set an example for all other bear 'owners' who break the law and abuse their animals in lifelong captivity. It is now. It is you and me who need to make this happen! Thank you from LAEO Ukraine and SOS Zoo and Bear Rescue

Chantal Jonkergouw
8,156 supporters
Update posted 8 months ago

Petition to Mike Jones

Save Primal Canine!

Primal Canine needs your help and support. San Jose Animal Control has denied our operations permit at our new facility location citing “SJMC 7.60.040 Proximity to Any Residence” as the reason for denial. Despite the residence proximity, Primal Canine can continue to operate IF we receive enough support and approval from our surrounding community. We need the help and support of our neighbors, clients, friends, family, followers, fellow business owners, rescue advocates and dog lovers to save Primal Canine and have our operations permit approved. Please take the time to read our story, share/sign our petition!   Primal Canine’s permit denial was jumpstarted by a neighboring small business that began to call animal control multiple times to complain about the dogs at the facility. This same neighbor has now rallied others to call and file the same complaint with animal control. It is important to note that at no point in time has anyone ever come to speak directly with anyone at Primal Canine. Not in person, not over the phone, not even an email. There has been no opportunity for us to discuss or address the concerns or issues with our neighbors in an amicable manner. Instead this drastic step has been taken against our company, and our livelihood. If we do not receive approval for our operations permit, Primal Canine will be forced to move out of our new facility and we will not be allowed to operate for a minimum of six months.   Losing this permit is more than losing a piece of paper. Primal Canine has over 600 active clients that will have to abruptly stop receiving training for their dogs. We specialize in behavior modification and many of the dogs we train have been turned away from other training facilities because they were deemed “untrainable.” Our company and our services have allowed families to keep their pets who would otherwise have been surrendered to a city shelter, or worse- euthanized. Aside from the hundreds of clients we serve, Primal Canine is home to many of our rescued Free Dogs. These are dogs that we have saved from being killed in city shelters, dogs that were abandoned, homeless, or surrendered to us by their owner’s as an alternative to being euthanized. If Primal Canine shuts down, these dogs will have no where to go and will likely wind up in a shelter where their chances of making it out alive are slim to none.   Primal Canine is not a faceless corporate entity. Mike Jones, the owner and founder of Primal Canine has put his entire life, blood, sweat and tears into this company. The move to this new facility is intended to give our dogs, both rescue and client, a better life- which every dog deserves. We have employees, dogs, and clients that deeply depend on Primal Canine, and with all that is at stake to be lost without our permit, it seems beyond trivial when comparing what will be lost or gained as a result. We deeply ask the city of San Jose to reconsider such a drastic decision that will impact the lives of many people and many animals.   Please feel free to contact San Jose Animal Control, and Jay Terrado (Field Operations Supervisor) at 408-794-7270 or via email at animallicensing@sanjoseca.gov (please CC: primalcanine@gmail.com on any emails sent for our records!) on our behalf expressing your support for Primal Canine. We are asking all of our clients to please reach out and explain to Mr. Terrado how Primal Canine has helped you and how it would impact yourself, and your dog if we were no longer allowed to operate.

Primal Canine
8,320 supporters