Animals Petition: THE WORLD SAYS NO to the 2012 DOG SHOW to be held in ROMANIA! |

Tuesday, 26 July 2011 0 comments
Animals Petition: THE WORLD SAYS NO to the 2012 DOG SHOW to be held in ROMANIA! |


It is unjust and unfair to all the abused and brutally massacred strays in that country and we demand change of venue for the show now!


NO to the 2012 DOG SHOW to be held in ROMANIA!


We read with dismay about Romania’s audacity to organize the 2012 Dog Show in the country, whilst Romania’s image as one of the cruellest nations towards its animals in general and strays in particular is spreading throughout the world like wildfire.

We strongly oppose the venue of such event in Romania, until Romania observes and strictly applies animal care rules for its strays, through spay/neuter/return programme, which proved to be so successful in other parts of the world and in Europe. We demand, hereto, the change of venue for the 2012 Dog show to a country where animals are treated with the respect they deserve.

Also, we expect the sponsors to exercise common sense and fairness in the matter, guard their image as responsible authorities and withdraw their support to the venue.

The Romanian Kennel Club cannot surely sustain its reputable breeding business image, while its “pure breeds” end up in the streets of Romania as strays, abandoned and thrown away like trash, so often literally into the dustbins.

Romania’s indifference to the world’s protests, letters, mails, petitions and its arrogance despite despicable cruelties towards the animals, puts off not only potential tourists but it enrages those who view the organizing of a Dog Show as an affront and its note on the official webpage, which reads “the wonderful world of dogs” a mockery in the true sense of the word.

The responsibility towards these animals should not rely solely on the public’s shoulders while the institutions and authorities by distancing themselves from the situation or on the other extreme end, by applying cruel methods of disposing of them, are keen on projecting a “perfectly clean image of their professionalism” to the world. This is offensive to all animal lovers and Romania’s tainted image of irresponsibility, apathy, condoning cruelty and total neglect of its animals/strays is spreading further for the whole world to see.

The barbaric methods of killing the strays, by shooting, clubbing, dumping them in deserted areas or cramming them into so called “shelters’ without adequate conditions where they are left to die of hunger or in many cases where they are brutally massacred inside the shelters, are unacceptable for an EU country. We expect Romania, as a European country, to strictly apply the only civilized method acceptable for stray population control, which is the spay/neuter/return programme and stop the cruelties towards its animals immediately.
Until this happens, THE WORLD SAYS NO to the 2012 DOG SHOW to be held in ROMANIA!

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WEEAC - World Event to End Animal Cruelty

Wednesday, 13 July 2011 0 comments


Free Wenka and the Elders! 57 years in a lab and still counting..........

Monday, 4 July 2011 0 comments
Free Wenka and the Elders! - The Petition Site

57 years in a lab and still counting..........

Wenka was born to lab parents in 1954. When you think of the fifties, you think of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, and James Brown. These performers have long passed, yet Wenka still sits in a concrete prison four decades later. Wenka is the oldest known chimpanzee in a U.S. lab, and during her lifetime she has been used in studies that include alcohol, oral contraceptives, aging, and cognitive studies at Yerkes National Primate Research Center in Atlanta. During her lifetime she has had her babies taken away, she has had cell-mates she has bonded with come and go, but for the most part she has had a sad solitary life.

The suffering of chimpanzees and other animals used for research is not limited to what goes on in actual experiments. Their day-to-day existence in a laboratory is traumatic in itself. Chimpanzees experience ongoing mental and physical suffering from the endless boredom, confinement, and fear and stress of daily laboratory life. Former employees at Yerkes say that Wenka suffers from severe stress. She can be seen rocking back and forth, and is said to have a 1000 mile stare. Wenka has endured enough abuse in the name of science. After five decades in a cell, and only a few remaining years left, Wenka deserves to be at peace in a chimpanzee sanctuary.

ALL Elders deserve retirement. Please help us make this happen!


Please help stop this violence! - The Petition Site

Friday, 1 July 2011 0 comments
Please help stop this violence! - The Petition Site

Please help stop this violence!

The perpetrators of these murders that take place in turkey cannot be found.

Even if the offenders are caught, the so called "punishment" given to them is a joke as they are released by paying only a few bucks (most of the time this fine is converted into an installment plan for the offender's convenience)

We, the animal rights activists are striving to change the turkey animal protection law 5199 that is not enough.

The researches show that the next victims of the offenders that commit these brutal crimes are the children, the elderly and the disabled, who make up the weakest links in the society.

Even though we obtained a promise from the government for the change of the current inadequate law 5199, for some reason this promise is yet to be fulfilled. The signatures will be a reminder for the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

We are grateful for your signatures!

We hope these painful incidents will never take place on our planet again!

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