Tag Archives: Stop animal cruelty

Dogs Violently Thrown Into Street Deserve Justice – ForceChange

Dogs Violently Thrown Into Street Deserve Justice

Target: Hillar C. Moore III, District Attorney for East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana

Goal: Demand that the man who violently threw two dogs into the street be charged with animal cruelty and receive the maximum penalty by law.

Two dogs were violently thrown into the street in a shocking case of animal cruelty. A video posted online showed a man swinging the dogs around with their leashes before throwing them toward the street. Demand justice for these poor dogs.

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Save Fish and Reptiles From Unrestrained Cruelty and Abuse – ForceChange

Save Fish and Reptiles From Unrestrained Cruelty and Abuse

Target: Congressman Michael Conaway, Chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture

Goal: Don’t allow cold-blooded animals to be abused and exploited for private gain.

The Animal Welfare Act of 1966 remains the only piece of major federal U.S. legislation that affords protections to animals. While the law ensures that animals dealers, researchers, and exhibitors be licensed and meet certain standards for animal housing and care, the Animal Welfare Act currently only covers warm-blooded mammals. Despite numerous revisions to the law since its enactment, cold-blooded animals remain excluded. These animals deserve respect and protection as well.

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Praise Tyson Foods For Dropping Abusive Supplier – ForceChange

Praise Tyson Foods For Dropping Abusive Supplier Posted by Lindsay Savitzky

Target: Tom Hayes, CEO of Tyson Foods

Goal: Commend Tyson company for cutting ties with supplier accused of horrific cruelty toward chickens.

Tyson Foods has terminated its contract with Atlantic Farms after a video was released which seemed to reveal horrific cruelty taking place at the facility. Workers at the facility were reportedly seen crushing, stomping, and stabbing chickens in addition to throwing sick birds onto piles of dead ones. The conditions in which the birds are allegedly forced to live in are deplorable.

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