The Governor of CA: Do not repeal any provisions of the Hayden Law

In a message to Governor Jerry Brown, former State Senator Tom Hayden urges California Governor Jerry Brown to leave intact the law he wrote in 1998 to protect shelter animals in California from premature euthanasia and increase their chances of adoption.

The Governor of CA: Do not repeal any provisions of the Hayden Law

http://www.change.org/petitions/the-governor-of-ca-do-not-repeal-any-provisions-of-the-hayden-law

 

Tell California Gov. Brown not to kill thousands of innocent shelter animals

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/protect-shelter-animals/

 

 

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Tell Them You Are Coming

The other homeless issue that consumes the lives of healthy adoptable pets along with the hearts and souls of those who do care. Animals abused, neglected, abandoned and forgotten – thousands of innocent pets left to die in shelters each and every single day. A sheltered pet dies every 1.5 seconds simply for space. Abandoned by those they trust and love the most in the world, they would ask us to help if they could, but they don’t have a voice. We all owe it to these animals to give them a voice and work to make life better. We all need to help to get a handle on pet population in other ways- such as advocating for affordable spay & neuter programs. Tell them you care, Tell them you are coming…For the Animals

The fight still continue’s for the animals at Robeson NC.(LAWSUIT WAS FILED)


Animal shelter attorneys ask judge to dismiss lawsuit

http://news14.com/triangle-news-30-content/top_stories/625568/animal-shelter-attorneys-ask-judge-to-dismiss-lawsuit?ap=1&MP4

SHELTER PETS DON’T BREED OR BUY WHILE SHELTER PETS DIE

Chris DeRose versus Arnold the Governor

Dear Mr. Governor of California, Why must you always choose to cut the budget and kill our pets?
Enough is Enough! Last Chance for Animals wants you to make a different choice this time. The right one. Go to a shelter and see for yourself Arnold. They do not deserve to die in three days. Please contact our governor and flood him with your phone calls and emails! Make his day. Let him know that we are back!
PROTEST HIS PLAN TO SHORTEN TIME STRAY ANIMALS ARE HELD AT SHELTER FROM 6 DAYS TO 3 DAYS BEFORE THEY CAN BE EUTHANIZED. THIS GUY DOESN’T CARE ABOUT ANIMALS IN THE LEAST. NO MORE NEED BE SAID. FLOOD HIS OFFICE WITH EMAILS AND PHONE CALLS! ASTA LA VISTA, ARNOLD!!
www.lcanimal.org

 

“Stop Arnold From Changing Shelter Hold Time to 3 Days” petition!

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/stop-arnold-from-changing-shelter-hold-time-to-3-days

My Name is BeetleJuice. Why did I have to die?? PETITION

Killed the day he was going to be adopted!
Hi. My name is, or was, BeetleJuice. I was given this name when I arrived at the shelter. My picture above was not my best hair day. They caught me before I could brush up and the hair fairy had visited the night before. This is the story of how and why I died on April 29th, 2009 while in the care of the Humane Society of Montgomery County, Texas.
Before I tell you about my last day alive, let me take you back a few months when I found myself in the animal shelter in Conroe, Texas for the first time. When I first got here, it took me a few days to adjust to the conditions. I got fed everyday and was treated pretty good by the staff. I stayed in my cage most of the time.
Full story and PETITION
http://www.seewhoiam.com/

HELP PASS SB250 in California

http://www.yesonsb250.com/sb250-home.php

California’s SB 250
The Pet Responsibility Act

Each year, over $250 million dollars is spent housing and euthanizing homeless dogs and cats in California1. Approximately 1 million dogs and cats enter California’s shelters each year, and over half of them are euthanized (killed) simply because there are not enough homes2.

This enormous number of homeless pets actually means that every dog born in the state of California today has nearly a 1 in 4 chance of ultimately becoming homeless and dying in a shelter3. Two-thirds of the cats entering California shelters are euthanized2. And, the number of dogs and cats entering our shelters is currently on the rise2.

SB 250 provides a reasonable, fiscally responsible step towards reducing pet overpopulation in California. The bill simply requires that dogs be spayed or neutered unless their owner/guardian obtains an unaltered dog license when they license their animal.