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STOP ANIMAL ABUSE IN KENTUCKY!

10 Signatures Goal: 100,000

STOP THE ANIMAL ABUSE!

There needs to be Animal Police in Kentucky!

In Kentucky, around every corner, in every town or city, there are a ridiculous amount of animals being neglected. Cats and dogs being abandoned. Dropped off in store and restaurant parking lots. Having to fight for scraps found along the ground. Sickly and starving to death. Majority of animals, even in homes, are not being fed and cared for properly. Majority of them haven't been spayed or neutered, or even had their proper vaccinations. Therefore, they are mating and mass-producing each year, creating more cats and dogs to be starving and abandoned on the streets. Not to mention all the horses that are being horribly neglected, left in muddy fenced-in areas with no food or water!

Dog fighting, puppy mills, etc. This needs to STOP!

The people that are responsible for such evil actions should be punished!

These poor animals deserve a proper chance to live and be loved!


Please sign this petition if you are against animal abuse and neglect!

We're going for at least 100,000 signatures to get things moving!

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  • Lesley Turnbull
    Lesley Turnbull United States, King William
    Aug 20, 2014
    Aug 20, 2014
    There needs to be more low cost and even free spay and neuter clinics, People taking in feral and stray cats and dogs do the best they can to just feed them and could use help with vetting.
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