We are marching on Washington DC in an
effort create safe and humane communities for humans and pets. To give
millions of voiceless victims a voice and by doing so, end
discrimination and abuse.
Now, more than ever before, broken young people all over this country are committing Sociopathic acts against innocent voiceless beings. Time and time again, studies have shown that people who commit violent acts against animals will likely and most often times do, go onto commit violent acts against humanity. The breed being victimized by this abuse more than any other breed on earth, are Pit Bull Terriers. A breed that is loyal, loving, gentle and smart are being forced to fight till the death. The average age of dog fighters are 13-21 years old. Questions to consider; What happened to them?' Why are they so broken? How do we help?
To "ban" a breed is
not a solution, it is an attempt at a quick fix rather than looking at what is an
obvious reflection of our society. This epidemic is
happening in our own backyards and can no longer be ignored. Whether you
like Pit Bull Terriers or dogs at all, as a member of society this is
all of our problem but can be fixed. With proper funding, education and effective programs we can provide a safe society for future generations
of humans and animals alike. Responsible owners who choose to make Pit Bull Terriers part of their family will no longer be victimized by having their loving pets ripped from their homes or being told where they can and cannot live because ill informed fearful legislators have decided that their dog or any dog that "looks like" their dog is inharently dangerous. The time has come for legislators to recognize that
discrimination enshrined in law is wrong, factually ineffective and
will no longer be tolerated. #wewillmarch