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Support the Firing of the ONG Dog Killer

801 Signatures Goal: 1,000

We support the immediate dismissal of the ONG employee who ruthlessly and unnecessarily bludgeoned to death a defenseless 16 pound Chinese Pug named Mimi. We have no tolerance for this type of cruelty towards animals and ONG should not condone this type of behavior from its employees. A clear message must be delivered to all employees that this type of behavior will be dealt with in a swift and decisive manner. The dog’s killer needs to be dismissed immediately. It is clear that a 16 pound pug did not pose a serious threat to the ONG employee. This unconscionable act not only shows a clear disregard for the health and welfare of animals but also a lack of respect for a loved and cherished family pet. An immediate dismissal of this employee is the only way that ONG and ONEOK can demonstrate that it is a caring and compassionate corporation.  

We also urge the Mustang Police Department and the Canadian County District Attorney to fully investigate this horrific crime and to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.

Sponsor

Cecil Kidd

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Mustang Times Article

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