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Demand an end to the dolphin slaughter in the Faroe Islands

Addressed to: Danish Government 

JUSTICE FOR BIRDS WITH LEGS CRUELLY GLUED TO SIGNPOST

PETITION TARGET: Queensland RSPCA

Suffering and desperate to to fly away, two Kingfisher birds were glued by the legs to a signpost at the Cathu State Forest in Queensland, Australia.

Onlookers encountered the heartbreaking scene, where one bird, sadly, had already died. They cut the other distressed bird free and rushed him to a qualified caretaker.

Witnesses described the act as deliberate. 

“The amount of glue and stuff where these birds were stuck, it definitely wasn’t an accident,” Kiya Durbridge, whose friend discovered the birds, told 7News.

Such horrifying cruelty is inexcusable, and these beautiful birds deserve justice. Sign this petition urging the Queensland RSPCA to use all available resources to thoroughly investigate this alarming incident and to identify and arrest the suspect(s) involved.

This is an ongoing investigation. The RSPCA urges anyone with information about this case to contact them.

Help Get Congress to Take Action on Wildlife Trade

New South Wales has established an inquiry into a proposed bill – the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment (Restrictions on Stock Animal Procedures) Bill 2019 – that would stop mulesing by 2022 and, in the meantime, mandate that pain relief be given to sheep who are subjected to it. If passed, this bill would also ensure that sheep and other animals receive pain relief during earmarking, branding, castration, dehorning, and tail-docking.

If passed, this bill would spare lambs – 6 million of whom are mulesed every year in NSW alone – a great deal of suffering.

A chained dog suffered a miserable death at the end of a tether in Montgomery County, Ohio. The Rottweiler could be seen suffering in the intense summer heat by a neighbor who called animal control for help – but the dog died before help arrived. 

At the bare minimum, this is gross negligence, if not outright animal cruelty. Please sign this petition, which will be submitted to the Montgomery County, Ohio, officials, along with our letter demanding a full investigation and charges for the dog’s owner.

If it had not been for that good man, the deer would not have survived a single day without its mother. For these things there is the Seprona, with all the barbarities that are committed against animals and they impose a fine on a man who helps animals. This is the last straw!

They denounce the rancher who raised and helped a deer among his herd of goats

The deer lost its mother a few days after birth and was raised with a herd of goats. Now the Seprona has fined the rancher.

JUSTICE FOR CATS AND DOGS SKINNED ALIVE FOR SICKENING ‘CRUSH’ VIDEOS

PETITION TARGET: Assistant United States Attorney Tiffany Preston

Hanged, skinned alive, and decapitated, defenseless animals — including dogs and cats — suffered gruesome torture at the hands of one woman, who recorded the abuse and posted the horrific videos to social media, according to the Department of Justice.

In one Instagram message, the 19-year-old suspect Krystal Cherika Scott talked about slaughtering a pregnant Siamese cat and posted images of the caged cat, along with two kittens, according to CBS2. Another post showed a decapitated dog lying dead in a cage.

Scott is believed to have obtained the animals she allegedly tormented and killed from people looking to give away their unwanted pets for adoption.

Following a thorough investigation — which revealed numerous animal skulls and 15 captive live dogs and cats — the suspect has been charged with two counts of Making and Distributing Animal Crush Videos under the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act.

The person responsible for these reprehensible acts of cruelty must never be allowed to harm another animal again. Sign this petition urging Assitant United States Attorney Tiffany Preston to prosecute this case to the fullest extent of the law, including a life-long ban on having animals and an intensive psychological evaluation.

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