Stop killing healthy cats and dogs

Purpose To stop the killing of healthy cats and dogs. We have to stop animal disposal programs and implement effective No-Kill programs. A No-Kill solution is the only one that works. It is the only type of animal control that actually reduces the population of unwanted animals and saves taxpayer\'s money. We have a moral responsibility to no longer accept the killing of healthy animals. As people we demand it. The entire USA is going NO-KILL, as are many European Countries. We need Canada to also become a No-Kill country. By signing this petition, you will help convert to a No-Kill Canada and support a No-Kill Policy for our companion friends. Instead of killing thousands of healthy pets a year we need to support spay/neuter programs as opposed to catch and kill programs. You will help solve the overpopulation problem and put an end to killing healthy pets. Thanks for your support!

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Mission of Let Live Canada: The mission of Let Live Canada is, to promote, educate and facilitate non-lethal animal control and all that incorporates - TNR, free or low-cost s/n, better adoptions, counselling on animal care/behaviour, and most of all - changing people\'s thinking about animals - enhancing compassion, enhancing ethics, demonstrating how compassion for animals is integral to a compassionate society and how in very pragmatic terms, compassion for animals reduces bullying and violence in families and communities.

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If you are interested in donating to the cause, please visit http://www.jazzpurr.org/ and follow the instructions to get to Canada Helps. Choose Let Live Canada as your fund designation.

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    Christine Cerqueda, Philippines

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    sujatha balasubramaniam, India

    2 years ago Comments: no kill is the only way for peace
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