Petition to paws, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), International Animal Rescue, Animal ACTion Network
Stray Dogs Should Stay
Stray Dogs Should Stay Hundreds of stray dogs are wandering by the streets every day. Most of them are trying to survive cycle but without care, they might die as early as a puppy. With this project, we will give them a home, a new hope for them, to let them experience what it feels to have a family. The cruelty people is raising today is very chaotic because of the recent news that they cut the dogs into pieces and post it in the internet for attention. We want to raise awareness to the people that dogs' lives matter too as much as ours. With the help of the government officials, people who are willing to help, and people that will be soon aware of this problem, we can start a change. Every coin and second counts since it would be very helpful to the dogs having a new shelter and care. They may be stray but with love, they may feel to be at home comfortably. We ask for help to PAWS, Local Government Officials, PETA, and other animal help association to have a heart and start taking care of stray dogs. Our vision for this petition is to find a decent shelter and supervision to the scattering dogs on the streets. The goal is to help as much as we can and give cognizance to people who has potential in helping those dogs. The mission is to have a cooperation with PAWS and start an action of responsibility, petition about the said topic, and raise awareness for more serene change. Every donation and time to see that the stray dogs are being cared for is enough. Simply drop a coin since it counts as help to the stray dogs. Allot a time to see and bond with them just how pets would do. Stray dogs aren't necessarily stray but animals that can be pets with a change of heart. It is not something new that we see dogs who are being abused by their owners or just being abused by the people around them. Frightened, scared, and scarred, that's what they feel when you strike something that is not really meant for striking upon them. Dogs are loving companion, who can cry for you, follow you, serve you, and especially love you. Not only us humans feel tension, stress, anxiety, and trauma, dogs also has the same feelings as much ours, the only difference is WE can do something BETTER about it. Be the voice of the dogs bark and stop this abuse. Start giving them the proper love and shelter for a better connection. Our vision on this petition is this is not only a obligation to run, but a passion with love too. Love for dogs is truly undeniable because of their sweet furry tail, lovable pup eyes, and loving attitude. This group has an excessive love for animals that's why running this petition is one of the easy ways to connect with people who has the same perspective as we are, to save the stray puppies and dogs. In just one click you can support this group in running this petition/campaign against abusive act towards stray dogs. Today we can make a change and we need you to start it.
Petition to Richard Burr, Thom Tillis, Renee Ellmers, David E. Price, Virginia Foxx, Mark Walker, David Rouzer, Richard Hudson, Robert Pittenger, Patrick T. McHenry, Mark Meadows, Alma S. Adams, Pat McCrory
End Dog Tethering in North Carolina!
A growing number of North Carolina residents support the introduction of new legislation regarding tethered dogs. The current law is outdated and dogs should not be expected to live outside, on a chain 24/7, especially in a state that has felony animal cruelty laws. Dogs are social animals. Unfortunately, dogs who are tethered are oftentimes severely under-socialized. When you combine this with their instinct to protect their territory, no matter how small or large, it can lead to a very dangerous situation not just for the tethered dog, but also any other people or animals around. By nature, dogs prefer to run away instead of bite or attack, but if you restrict their movement by chain or rope, they may feel that biting is the only way to protect themselves. We must remember that dogs do not ask to be tied up outdoors, but are held completely responsible for their owner’s poor choices and lack of responsibility. A group of local North Carolina citizens is respectfully and diligently demanding change in our local laws regarding tethering of animals in our state. Tethering is inhumane and dangerous to not only the animals chained, but also the other animals and people of our state. We are a beautiful state who strives to keep our people happy and safe. It is time that we give our animals the same treatment! Please join us in helping North Carolina become a state to look up to, by signing this petition to end animal tethering in our state!
Petition to Karley Denton
Say NO to Captivity
On January 6th of 2017, a beloved and beautiful animal died in captivity at the Seaworld in Orlando Florida. The 35-year-old Orca named "Tilikum" was captured in the waters of Iceland in the year 1983. He spent his WHOLE LIFE in captivity, being bullied by other Orcas and by being treated as a circus act. His floppy dorsal fin is a effect of being in captivity. Tilikum was forced to breed with numerous Orcas over the years but only 10 survived out of the 21 offspring that had been his. Tilikum was not a danger, he felt threatened because a pool at a aquarium park is not where Tilikum or any animal belongs! Tilikum is just one of many, but he killed 3 people. The people of Seaworld would not listen to him even when it came to the death of a human. No animal should be kept in captivity away from their natural habitat. Especially one with the name "killer whale". I WANT to STOP their pain. Let them live free like they deserve. I NEED your help and the communities help to make this happen. Make Tilikum's life count for something that can make a change!! Rest In Peace Tilikum <3
Petition to Rt Hon Winston Peters, Rt Hon Winston Peters
STOP 1080 Poison Drop, near Tira Ora Estate, New Zealand. People andAnimals
Tira Ora is a Wildlife Sanctuary. Volunteers from New Zealand and 20 different countries in the world visit Tira Ora each year, to get a 1st Class opportunity to live close to Nature, drink from our river, and hunt, fish and eat from the land. Bird watching and photography is superb. We protect the following birds from 1080 Poison: Endemic birdsBellbird/KorimakoFantail/PīwakawakaGrey warbler/RiroriroNZ Falcon/KāreareaNZ Pigeon/KererūParadise Shelduck/PūtangitangiTui/TūīVariable Oystercatcher/Tōrea PangoWeka Native BirdsAustralasian Gannet/TākapuBlack-Backed Gull/KaroroBlue Penguin/KororāMorepork/RuruNankeen Night HeronPied shag/KāruhiruhiPukeko/PūkekoRoyal Spoonbill/Kōtuku NgutupapaSilvereye /TauhouSpur-winged PloverWelcome Swallow/WarouWhite-Faced Heron/Matuku Moana Introduced BirdsBlackbird/Manu PangoCalifornia QuailChaffinch/PahiriniGoldfinchGreenfinchYellowhammer We also have horses, llama, ostriches, donkeys, poultry, dogs and cats who all drink from the river. Please STOP the 1080 Drop scheduled for our area, because we are a Global Exchange Community, and Wildlife Sanctuary, full of Native Birds at present. 1080 poison misadventure will ruin our established lifestyle. 1080 poison KILLS Birds. 1080 Poison KILLS Dogs, and other mammals. There is no antidote for 1080 Poison.
Petition to Residents of Minot, International Animal Rescue, John Hoeven, Souris Valley Animal Shelter, North Dakota Governor, Heidi Heitkamp
shut down R &J’s World of Pets
so as many of you know i have the HUGEST heart for animals ever. i would do anything for any animal. last week i went to R and J’s world of pets just simply to look at things and there was kittens in one of the glass dog kennels. i asked the young lady working how young the cats were because they were SMALL!! (i have had a lot of cats in my life, none have been that small.. im talking less then a pound and no more then 6 inches) she told me they were five weeks, another huge red flag as no animal should be away from their mom until they are 8 weeks! my friend and i left the store and something in my heart was telling me to go back. so i did, i asked to buy the calico cat. so the young lady rang me up, told me there was no returns or exchanges or health guarantees on animals(another red flag) but i had to have her. she brought me her shot record and said “it says here that she had shots and a dewormer but they lie to people so people buy their animals” ANOTHER HUGE RED FLAG!!! so i took my kitten home and she was perfectly fine! she received so much love in my house by my boyfriend and i. last night i got a call at 4 am from my boyfriend stating she wasnt moving and barely breathing so i drove home. i grabbed her and started cpr right away. (im a cna and have done it on humans before and seen videos on cpr on animals so i figured id try) i tried for thirty minutes as MY kitty gasped for air... she took her last breath and i felt her heart stop. so after a long sleepless night and lots of thinking i thought i would give R and J’s a call. not to cuss them out, just to state that i wish they would provide better care for their animals as this isnt the first incident ive heard about at their pet store. i called and asked for a manager and the man on the phone replied with “what do you need?” i replied with “i understand that there is no returns or exchanges..” and was interrupted by a “mmhm” so i continued telling him that i purchased a cat from them last week and that she passed away in my hands last night and im already bawling on the phone and he replied with “all of the other cats are fine so it was your care” I KNOW HOW TO CARE FOR A CAT!!! so i continued on saying that a cat shouldnt be taken away from its mom at 5 weeks and he told me they werent 5 weeks. then i told him that his employee told me that they lie about vaccinations so people buy their animals and he replied with “why would we lie about our animals?” i, now a crying mess at this point, just explained that i didnt want a refund or exchange, maybe just an apology or a “ill look into that maam” but while i was explaining this to him he starts to yell over me saying “MAAM MAAAM” and when im done talking he goes “maam are you done?”. at this point i just hung up the phone, i was in complete awe at the ‘customer service’ i received, the apology i didnt receive while i was bawling on the phone about my cat WHO HAD JUST DIED IN MY ARMS not even 24 hours ago, but instead received attitude and no sincerity. R and J’s World of Pets does not deserve anyone’s business! this isnt the first time something like this has happened and it wont be the last... so lets do what we can to stop this cycle.
Petition to Donald J. Trump, Donald J. Trump, Enrique Peña Nieto, Donald Trump, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protection Agency, United Nations Environment Program, UNESCO , United States Fish & Wildlife Service, Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo Territorial - Procuraduría Estatal de Protección al Ambien, SEMARNAT, NOAA Fisheries, IUCN , ASEA
Prevent the Vaquita porpoise from impending Extinction
Vaquitas are the World's most endangered mammal and listed critically endangered by the IUCN. Officially there are 30 or less Vaquitas around in the wild. As of May 2018, groups advocating for the Vaquitas survival, have estimated the population to be at 12 or less individuals left. The population will be continue to dwindle, if nothing is done to help these spectacular creatures. The reason why their population has drastically gone down in recent years because of illegal gillnett fishing, which has decimated the Vaquita population. Nearly one out of five Vaquita get trapped in gillnets, therefore leading them to drown once entangled. These gillnets are intended to capture another critically endangered fish, known as Totoaba. Capturing Totoaba is illegal but high demand for the Totoaba's swim bladder, causes even more gillnets to be used. The Totoaba's swim bladder is purposed for traditional medicine in China and one swim bladder is worth thousands of dollars. What can be done to save this species is banning all gillnets throughout the Vaquita's habitat range and stopping the illegal trade of Totoaba. Also capturing some remaining Vaquitas for their survival and to breed them. This is your moment, be apart of something greater than yourself. Let's show future generations on how we saved this majestic species from almost going extinct. Ask yourself, don't I want to be remembered as one of many people that helped saved a one of a kind marine mammal. Let's make history You can help by signing my petition and sharing this with others. You can also create your own petition about Vaquitas. Information used: https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/vaquita https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/species/vaquita
Petition to Suzanne Jones
Create the Twin Lakes Owl Preserve
and Open Space!
Give a HOOT! Please sign this petition to create the Twin Lakes Owl Preserve - a wonderful place for people and Owls! Please also share this petition with your friends. Our dream is that by creating the Owl Education Center more than 10,000 school children each year will be able to experience the majestic Twin Lakes Owls and witness the miracle of Baby Owls learning to fly. These wonderful nature hikes will be guided guided by teachers and students and Owl Preserve volunteers. This spring we hope that thousands of Boulder Valley School District students will have the opportunity to get their hands dirty and help ecologists restore the twenty acre Owl Hunting Meadow to rich short grass native prairie with abundant wildflowers. Join the Twin Lakes Owl Open Space meetup here:https://www.meetup.com/BoulderOwlPreserve/ To Volunteer text Owl Volunteer to the cell number below. Thanks! Ken Beitel, Chair of Wilderness Conservation Twin Lakes Owl Preserve and Open Space email: info@BoulderOwlPreserve.org cell: 720 436 2465 ****** Background Information ******** Why is Twin Lakes considered the most important Owl habitat in Colorado? More view peoples experience the thrill of seeing Owls at Twin Lakes than anywhere else in the state! According to Boulder County Parks and Open Space more than 100,000 people visits happen each year at Twin Lakes. Folks come from all over the county and state marvel at the miracle of being able to hear and see Colorado's most famous owls. • Each spring at Twin Lakes in North Boulder, a family of Great Horned owls nest in a hollow tree. • For decades, thousands of people have come to see to see the newly hatched baby owls emerge from their nest. Mother and father owl are never far away. It’s thrilling to see tremendous owl wingspans flying up from the Owl Hunting meadow behind their nesting tree with a delicious mouse or other meal for the young owlets. 1) Boulder County wants to bulldoze the Owl Hunting Meadow to cram in 300+ apartments. 2) Boulder Valley School District is breaking the law. The deed for the land states that it must be used for a park or a school. Wildlife biologists tell us that human activities can destroy owl habitat and make them less likely to survive.(Rohner, 2001; Rudolph, 1970; Sullivan, 1995) You can help create the new Twin Lakes Owl Open Space! A wonderful and nurturing place for owls and people, the new 20 acre Owl Preserve and Open Space will feature an Owl Education Center with interpretive signs and beautiful pictures explaining the owl life cycle and importance of the hunting meadow. Share this petition with your friends by clicking Share on Facebook Visit www.BoulderOwlPreserve.org to participate in Great Horned Owl events like interpretive hikes to the Owl Nesting Tree and music concerts to benefit the Owls! With your help the Owl family will have a home for decades to come! Owl Photo Credit: Alexa Boyes. Baby Owl Photo: h2wphoto.com For more information or to volunteer please email: info@BoulderOwlPreserve.org
Petition to Hinsdale Humane Society, International Animal Rescue
Animal Cruelty: Spread Awareness & Save Their Lives
The people effected, are your community, abusers, and the animals. If we can raise enough money as a group we can save thousands of animals from abuse. I care about this issue, because a few years ago my family adopted a male German Shepherd named Bear from a shelter. The thing about Bear, is that if we didn’t adopt him, he would’ve been killed for no reason, and it breaks my heart to know that. Animals deserve a chance to live and be happy, not locked up somewhere alone and dying!