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Petition · Ban Ghana’s Barbaric Dog & Cat Meat Trade & Animal Sacrifices Ban LIVE Animal Markets ·


Ghana is one of 22 countries in Africa that consume and are involved with Dog and Cat Meat Trade. 

Petition Urging all Members of the Union of Chiefs, African Union Commission,African Union and House of Chiefs to BAN these BARBARIC Animal Cruelty Trades and Implement Enforceable Animal Protection laws within your tribes

Dear President Nana Akufo-Addo

We urge you to BAN these Animal Cruelty Trades and Implement Enforceable laws to protect these Animals from harm.

  • The Dog and Cat Meat Trade
  • Animal Sacrifices
  • Live Animal Markets
  • Wildlife Trade
  • Dog Racing
  • Dog Fighting

The Dogs Cats and Animals of Ghana need protection from these ruthless criminal traders that torture abuse and murder these helpless animals for human consumption.

Dogs and Cats are Not food but are loyal companion animals that should be treated with kindness and respect and not brutalised and eaten. The World Health Organisations have CONFIRMED that these Global Live Animal Markets must be CLOSED as they are at the ROOT of COVID19 and are also a breeding ground for the spread of other FATAL DISEASES. 

The brutal dog and cat meat trade are putting human health at risk from consumption of dogs and cats in form of Cholera Rabies and other DEADLY DISEASES and now COVID 19. We urge you to Ban the Demonic Dog and Animal Sacrifices and the Barbaric Dog and Cat Meat trade in Africa. Like many Harmful and Outdated practices in history these BARBARIC Animal Sacrifices must also be Abolished.

These Animal cruelties are bringing GLOBAL PROTESTS from all NATIONS including GHANA  We urge GHANIANS  to join and sign the International Agreement to Ban the Brutal Dog and Cat Meat Trade and Prohibit the Eating of Dogs and Cats. H.Res.401 – Urging all nations to OUTLAW the Dog and Cat Meat Trade and to enforce existing laws against such a trade.

Please Join the countless CARING Ghana PEOPLE who have added their voices and support to the Global Millions in SPEAKING out AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY and are URGING the Guinean Government to PROTECT the Animals and People of Ghana  from these Criminal and BARBARIC Animal Cruelty Trades by taking ACTION to

BAN Dog Racing

Ban the Dog and Cat Meat Trade

Ban Animal Sacrifices Shutdown the Live Animal Markets

Ban Dog Fighting

There is NO Place for Animal Cruelty in the 21 Century. #CrueltyFreeAfrica #CrueltyfreeTourism #ProtectAnimalsOfAfrica #CrueltyFreeTravel #crueltyfreeGuinea #banthedogandcatmeattrade

Salmonella outbreak linked to onions, CDC advises throwing them away – CBS News

Tori Tori

October 21, 2021 / 7:21 AM / CBS News Why is drug-resistant bacteria in our food su… 13:24

Fresh onions have been identified as the source of a Salmonella outbreak across 37 states, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday. The Food and Drug Administration, CDC and other health officials concluded that fresh, whole red, white and yellow onions imported from Chihuahua, Mexico, and distributed by ProSource Inc. are behind the outbreak.   

The onions, which were sold to U.S. restaurants and grocery stores, were last imported on August 27, the distributor said. However, according to the CDC, potentially infectious onions could still be in homes and businesses due to the product’s shelf life of up to three months. 

As of Wednesday, 652 Salmonella illnesses and 129 hospitalizations from the disease have been reported in 37 states, including Texas, Virginia, California and Illinois, the CDC said. But the number of cases is likely higher than the amount reported due to the time it takes to classify a sick person as part of the outbreak and how often those with Salmonella recover without being tested or receiving medical care, according to the CDC.  

The CDC has urged businesses not to serve fresh, whole onions that were imported from Chihuahua and distributed by ProSource Inc., and has asked people not to eat them. Onions without proper stickers or packaging that indicate the brand and country where the item was grown should be thrown out, the CDC advised. Surfaces and containers that may have been touched by impacted onions should be washed with hot, soapy water or run through a dishwasher, the CDC said. 

The outbreak was reported between May 31 to September 31, the CDC said. Those affected range in age from younger than 1 to 97 years old. No deaths have been reported as of Wednesday. 

Symptoms of Salmonella — a bacterial disease — include diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps usually six hours to six days after a person swallows the bacteria, according to the CDC. Symptoms typically last from four to seven days, and most people can recover without treatment. 

The illness can sometimes cause severe disease, like infection of the urine, blood, bones, joints, spinal fluid and brain. Immunocompromised people and those under the age of 5 or older than 65 are more at risk for severe illnesses. 

Each year, the bacteria causes about 1.35 million illnesses, 26,500 hospitalizations and 420 deaths in the U.S., the CDC estimates. 

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