FREE MAJLO! - The Petition Site

Sunday, 25 October 2009
FREE MAJLO! - The Petition Site

please sign petition at:

Majlo is a sweet and gentle dog who has never harmed anyone. Still he is confiscated and ordered killed by the police of Norway, and has been held in a secret place since February 2009. His family haven't seen him since he was taken away. They are claimed for 500 dollars to see their own dog, in addition to the 250 dollars they pay each week for his imprisonment. Their crime: Not knowing that the breed was banned in Norway when they came over from Sweden, where the breed is legal.

Although the law offers banned breeds to leave the country with their owners, the police insist on Majlo being killed instead. A behaviour test on Majlo proves that his temper is very good, but it has become a question of prestige to the police to take his life. Now it is up to the court to decide Majlo's fate. Please tell them how wrong it is to kill an innocent dog and deprive a family of their beloved friend, just to make an example!

For more information about Majlo and photos of him, see Majlo's page at Canadian Voice for Animals:

Please join the facebookgroup:"Redd Amstaffen Majlo"

This is Majlo, a gentle 2 year old dog - probably the most famous dog in Norway. He once was a beloved member of a family, who trusted him so much that they used to let him guard their baby. But Majlos life took a sudden change in February of this year when he was taken by the police and ordered killed. He was locked up in a secret place, where he now has been for half a year, awaiting his fate.Please write to the Police Department and to the Minister of Justice asking them to withdraw the appeal and release Majlo. This dear boy shall not have to die for some absurd principles, and his family should not be deprived of their best friend.
Please all of you - act now! Majlo and his family need your help!
Write to:
The Police Department:
Att.: Christian Budsberg Pettersen

The Minister of Justice:




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