Over a Million Bees Left To Die on Hot UPS Truck – Tell UPS ‘Never Again’

Tell UPS to review its live-animal shipping policies

240 signed. Let’s get to 400!
Reasons to sign (129)
  • 37
    Norman
    Signed
    12/22/2021

    Would you have left Gold coins in a truck? Bees are the' maintenance workers of our word. A million bees equates to lives being lost. Such carelessness deserves to be be punished.

  • 21
    Sadaf
    Signed
    11/30/2021

    Because that’s irresponsible and evil.

  • 106
    AVL5Jimbo
    Signed
    06/05/2021

    Sign it, its easy. BBBBB > Ewe

  • 162
    Milan
    Signed
    06/03/2021

    We all live on the same planet and are subject to the same rules - learn the rules and then legislate so that we can keep this planet inhabitable - TRY TO WORK WITH EACH OTHER

  • 22
    Donna
    Signed
    06/01/2021

    Without our Pollinators we will not have food.

  • 21
    Cynthia
    Signed
    06/01/2021

    Bees are an important part of the world's fragile ecosystem

  • 65
    Amanda
    Signed
    06/02/2021

    That is horrible!! I stand by to support the idea of holding them fully responsible for this incident.

  • 21
    Marguerite
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    If, we don’t have bees to pollinate the flowers, we won’t have any food to eat, from the food in gardens, to the foods on fruit trees. 🌳 🌳 🌳 You might think, that, oh, a few bees 🐝 🐝 🐝 have died, so what? NO! Without bees,🐝 🐝 🐝 it IS a matter of life or death! Marguerite Weber

  • 40
    PavelKovalev
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    Unacceptable suffering of beings.

  • 61
    Diane
    Signed
    05/30/2021

    The UPS trucks are so hot that even my oil paints that I order start to melt in the hot summer days, and freeze in the winter. I can't even imagine how any animal or bee or any creature could survive these trucks. It's time for UPS to Air-condition their trucks.

  • 63
    Tylar
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    Heyyyy UPS, don’t know if you guys know or not, but we actually need those guys so we don’t all starve to death. So if that could never ever ever happen again that would be great. Thanks.

  • 105
    Robbie
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    It should be the shipping company for not getting live animals delivered.

  • 211
    Lisa
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    It makes me sick. I try to make my yard welcoming for bees and butterflies since they are dying. To hear that someone’s ignorant callousness could decimate that many bees, is beyond sad. He needs to be Fired which honestly, does not seem equitable.

  • 150
    Cecilia
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    Fire the management! Hold UPS accountable!

  • 1,940
    Glowurm
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    Have you heard about the millions of birds dying, each year, because of all the glass buildings? Check it out. Philadelphia is the first city, I have heard, doing something about this! Wonder why there are so many more bugs - ask the dead birds! So where are the bird lovers? HAS ANYONE HEARD ANYTHING ABOUT THIS FROM THEM? This was the first I’ve heard and I read a lot! Oh, and Orangeman is WHINING that the “windmills” are killing the birds. No, you JACKASS Orangeman, you and YOUR BUILDINGS ARE KILLING THEM. WILL YOU STOP IT? HELL NO, EH? So when the mosquitoes are eating you up this summer blame yourselves. Me, I’m AB negative, they don’t like my blood. Hell, the hospitals won’t even take my blood, as I am a universal receiver! Loving It! My husband gets eaten to death, while I’m sitting beside him, without a single bite. I feel so badly... TeeHee!

  • 1,940
    Glowurm
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    You can add retirement benefits to that expense, too, Jeanne! 😊❤️😊

  • 34
    Laurel
    Signed
    05/31/2021

    Bees pollinate our food crops and must be treated well!

  • 21
    Camille
    Signed
    05/29/2021

    BeeS are endangered and they need to held responsible for their careless actions!!’

  • 32
    Elizabeth
    Signed
    05/29/2021

    This is just cruel.

  • 23
    Priest9TX
    Signed
    05/30/2021

    Save every endangered species we can.