OPPOSE H R 1329
Protection of Inherently Dangerous Animals.
(To Preserve Private Ownership of Exotic and Domestic pets)
We, the undersigned, are gravely concerned about the trend: extremist animal rights groups lobbying to define what people of the United States of America may keep as \"pets.\"
Humans have been domesticating animals for many thousands of years. All today\'s domestic animals had wild ancestors.
Responsible private ownership of wild and captive bred exotics is possible due to the wealth of animal care information available.
We implore federal, state and local governments to preserve our rights to keep the animal of our choice as pets, not allowing extremist special-interest groups to remove our fundamental right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
We implore those governments to avoid unconstitutional legislation that would disallow private individuals to sell, purchase, or otherwise legally acquire non-human-primates and/or other exotic animals.
We Oppose H.R. 1329
This Petition will be sent to every Senator and Congressperson in the US Capital as part of a packet of information educating them about Animal Rights Activists who are pushing for this bill to pass. Please sign the petition and help keep our rights to own the animal of our choice.
Repo-Pac (Responsible, Ethical Pet Ownership Political Action Committtee.)is a group of dedicated Animal owners working to educate the public and the elected officials about the ruthless tactics of Animal Rights Activist striving to take away our rights to own the animals of our choice using false and exagerated information. Join our fight http://www.repo-pac.com ( A BI-MONTHLY NEWSLETTER IS AVAILABLE JUST FOR THE ASKING)
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