USA: Woman Drowns Puppy In Airport Toilet – Petition and 2 Others.

Please sign the petition and urge the authorities to treat this case with the

Woman drowned puppy in airport toilet after not being allowed to go on board with animal!

Animal Petitions by YouSignAnimals.org.

Sign the Petition here:

http://www.yousignanimals.org/Woman-drowned-puppy-in-airport-toilet-after-not-being-allowed-to-go-on-board-with-animal-t-1353

puppy drown woman

Workers from Nebraska airport refused to let a woman board the plane with a three-week old puppy concealed in one of her bags.

So the woman went to a nearby bathroom and drowned the pooch in the toilet bowl.

56-year-old Cynthia Anderson was immediately book and charged.

Evidence suggests the woman first tried to board a plane two days before with three puppies that did not have a cage; she was denied access on board. Two of the dogs where turned over to her parents, so the woman returned to the airport with the remaining one, hidden in a carry-on bag. After being denied on board yet again, she decided to drown the Doberman puppy.

The puppy was taken to the Humane Society, where it was discovered that the puppy had significant amount of water in one of its lungs.

Please sign the petition and urge the authorities to treat this case with the utmost importance and apply the maximum penalty available, in addition to a ban on owning dogs ever again. This woman is nothing but a danger to every pet nearby and has to be punished accordingly for her deeds.

Help make sure this woman will receive a stiff jail term!

Source: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-ap-puppy-drowning-cynthia-anderson-20150126-story.html

http://www.yousignanimals.org/Woman-drowned-puppy-in-airport-toilet-after-not-being-allowed-to-go-on-board-with-animal-t-1353

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End Bobcat Trapping in California

author: Center for Biological Diversity

target: California Fish and Game Commission

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/406/414/651/

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Over the past few years, a rising demand for bobcat pelts in China and Russia has driven up fur prices and caused a boom in bobcat trapping in California. As a result, trappers have been targeting the boundaries of national parks — luring the cats out of these safe havens and into their deadly snares and cages.

Fortunately California’s legislature passed the Bobcat Protection Act of 2013 to protect our parks and wildlife from such commercial exploits. And yet the problem continues because trapping continues in other parts of the state, and because the law has yet to be truly enforced.

The California Fish and Game Commission is tasked with this rulemaking, and one option it is now seriously considering is a statewide ban on all bobcat trapping. But the commission will only choose that option if they hear loud and clear that we value our wildlife alive — not trapped, killed, skinned and exported to be worn as fur coats in Moscow or Beijing.

Take action — urge the commission to protect these ecologically important California natives by banning all bobcat trapping throughout the state.

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Save Injured Elephant

http://forcechange.com/138028/save-injured-elephant/

Target: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s administrator Kevin Shea

Goal: Stop forcing an injured elephant to perform circus acts that endanger her health.

An elephant named Nosey is being forced to perform week after week for the Liebel Family Circus, despite her crippling injuries and numerous complaints made to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Nosey is beginning to show signs of severe arthritis and needs to be taken off the road immediately.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has been investigating the situation and even met with USDA officials, but the officials dismissed PETA’s concerns without even checking on Nosey first. The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s administrator, Kevin Shea, refused to enforce the Animal Welfare Act to protect Nosey, despite admitting that he was not familiar with her situation.

More than 160,000 people wrote to the USDA to demand that they take action to protect Nosey, in addition to PETA submitting their own documentation stating the horrible condition that Nosey is in. Despite all of this, the USDA’s only response was to say that it is “not [the agency’s] job” to physically examine animals.

Nosey needs proper treatment in order to get better and she will only get worse by being continually pushed to perform circus acts. Please sign the petition below to force the USDA to take action and protect Nosey.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Mr. Shea,

I am writing to urge you to take action and save the circus elephant named Nosey from suffering worse injuries, by taking her off the road and by revoking the license of the Liebel Family Circus. Nosey is currently being pushed too hard and being forced to ignore her crippling injuries that will only get worse with time.

It is disheartening to hear that you dismissed the complaints of over 160,000 people, and PETA’s documentation stating the severity of Nosey’s injuries. These are not issues to be taken lightly and the Animal Welfare Act must be enforced in this situation. It is unethical to make circus animals perform even when they are healthy, but to force an animal to perform under duress is extremely unethical. The Liebel Family Circus needs to have their license revoked for such irresponsible behavior, otherwise this sets a dangerous precedent for other circus’s to push their animals to the limit for a profit.

Please do the right thing and address the situation accordingly. Nosey does not deserve to be pushed to such limits and needs to be taken off the road.

Sincerely,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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