Petition:Punish Man Accused of Cutting Off Kittens’ Tails With Scissors | Animal Petitions

kitten-by-Marion-County-Sheriffs-OfficeFive kittens were reportedly had their tails cut off with a pair of garden scissors in a horrific Act of abuse. The suspect allegedly committed this cruelty as a revenge against his neighbor, who owned the kittens. Demand Justice for these innocent kittens.

Petition:Punish Man Seen Beating and Strangling Dog in Viral Video | Animal Petitions

Petition update · VOTE COMING THIS WEEK! ANWR Petition Could be Delivered to Senators TOMORROW! ·

Man beats and strangles puppy before ‘breaking its leg’ as onlooker stands behind camera LAUGHING – Mirror …

Police are investigating a serious case of animal cruelty after a video emerged of a man beating a puppy while an onlooker cruelly laughs from behind the camera.

The footage, which was uploaded to Facebook, shows a man dragged the puppy from the car and whip it with its own lead. He then attaches the lead and flings the dog, believed to be called lady,over his shoulder before walking away.

After a short distance the man slams the dog to the ground.

Please sign petition to rectify the heavy impact of livestock grazing on public lands

Straight from the Horse's Heart

photo:  Western Watersheds Project

Please sign this petition HERE.


We the people ask the federal government to Call on Congress to act on an issue:

Livestock Grazing on Public Lands Rectify the Heavy Impact

Created by T.B. on November 23, 2017

Reductions will address ecological problems caused by commercial livestock grazing such as:

● displacement of wildlife, reduction of wildlife populations;
● degradation is occurring to the land;
● transmission of pathogens;
● degradation is occurring to plant communities;
● native wildlife are killed to advance the interests of public lands ranchers;
● livestock are…

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Petition: Act Now to Save the Sumatran Rhino

Samatran Rhino,is one of the rarest Rhino species in the world with fewer than 100 living in the wild.  They can only be found in a few spots dense forests in the Indonesia, Malaysia and possibly even Myanmar.

Petition: Save Ladyface Mountain, California

The 300-plus-acre area consists of  many  beautiful creeks, a variety of wildlife and endangered plants and flowers. Ladyface Mountain the local landmark will be forever negatively impact by The Proposal of Triangle Ranch development, which would place McMansions at her feet and require massive grading retaining walls, loss of oak trees, creek pollution and  major traffic congestion.

Petition: Harshest Punishment for Rhino Poachers!

Petition: Help Free Ben the Bear : He’s Already Served 25 Years in Cruel Captivity

The nature Park in Sault Ste. Marie,Ontario opened in the 80s as a rescue facility for abandoned or  injured domestic animals but as the years went by the park seem to have lost its mission because now the animals of Spruce Haven themselves are the ones that need rescuing.

Lemony Blondies

Bad Vegan

White brownies (or blondies, as they are known) are delectable little tray bakes.

These blondies are so moist because of the inclusion of aquafaba and gram flour. The aquafaba adds the air, while the gram flour and none-dairy milk create the egg-like binding (it also gives them the normal yellow cake hue that eggs create). Together, they replace two large eggs and add richness and flavour.

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FDA Warning: Store-Bought ‘Bone Treats’ Could Kill Your Dog

FDA Warning: Store-Bought ‘Bone Treats’ Could Kill Your Dog

November 28, 2017 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning regarding the purchase and use of store-bought “bone treats”. The FDA claims the danger goes beyond the risk of regular bones.

The FDA reports it has received about 68 reports of pet illnesses related to “bone treats”.

Bone treats differ from regular uncooked butcher-type bones because they’re processed and packaged for sale as “dog treats”.

A variety of commercially-available bone treats for dogs were listed in the reports including items described as:

“Ham Bones”
“Pork Femur Bones”
“Rib Bones”
“Smokey Knuckle Bones”

No specific brands are mentioned in the FDA bulletin.

The processed products may be dried through a smoking process or by baking. They may also contain other ingredients such as:

Smoke flavorings

According to Dr. Carmela Stamper, a veterinarian in the Center for Veterinary Medicine at the FDA…

“Giving your dog a bone treat might lead to an unexpected trip to your veterinarian, a possible emergency surgery, or even death for your pet.”

So, if you’re planning to give your dog a stocking full of bone treats this holiday season, you may want to reconsider.

Illnesses reported to FDA by owners and veterinarians in dogs that have eaten bone treats have included:

Gastrointestinal obstruction (blockage in the digestive tract)
Cuts and wounds in the mouth or on the tonsils
Bleeding from the rectum

According to FDA, approximately 15 dogs have reportedly died after eating a bone treat.
How Widespread Is the Problem?

To date, reports submitted by pet owners and veterinarians have included about 90 dogs. Some reports included more than one dog.

In addition, FDA has received 7 reports of product problems such as…

Moldy-appearing bones
Treats splintering when chewed by the pet

FDA has included the following tips to help keep your dog safe:
Chicken bones and other bones from the kitchen table can cause injury when chewed by pets, too. So be careful to keep platters out of reach when you’re cooking or the family is eating.

Be careful what you put in the trash can. Dogs are notorious for helping themselves to the turkey carcass or steak bones disposed of there.

Talk with your veterinarian about other toys or treats that are most appropriate for your dog. There are many available products made with different materials for dogs to chew on.
Dr. Stamper adds the following advice…

“We recommend supervising your dog with any chew toy or treat, especially one she hasn’t had before. And if she ‘just isn’t acting right,’ call your veterinarian right away!”

U.S. citizens can report complaints about FDA-regulated pet food products by calling the consumer complaint coordinator in your area.

Or go to

Canadians can report any health or safety incidents related to the use of this product by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.

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