For all the innocents out there that can not look after themselves!

Strengthen Canadian provincial animal welfare legislation
Jane Young
Jane Young Campaign leader

This is a good first step!

Mississauga considers ban on leaving pets outdoors in extreme weather | Toronto Star

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Mississauga city council is considering banning residents from keeping dogs and other pets outside in extreme temperatures. “I think we have to look at that,” said Mayor Hazel McCallion, who questioned why dogs should be treated with any less consideration than children when it comes to safety during extreme weather. McCallion, who owns a…Read More

HARSHER CRUELTY LAWS WORLDWIDE IS NESSASARY TO MAKE IT CLEAR THAT IT WILL NOT BE TOLERATED NO MORE

Strengthen Canadian provincial animal welfare legislation

CANADA SHOULD BE A WORLDLY EXAMPLE OF HOW ANIMAL ABUSE WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. SET THE AWESOME EXAMPLE OF HOW ALL HUMANS ON EARTH SHALL ACT…Read More

Strengthen Canadian provincial animal welfare legislation
Jane Young
Jane Young Campaign leader

Cats are suffering from the cold in Manitoba.

Winnipeg Humane Society sees high number of frostbitten cats - Manitoba - CBC News

Winnipeg Humane Society sees high number of frostbitten cats Officials say cats lose ears, tails and limbs in cold weather CBC News Posted: Jan 29, 2014 4:21 PM CT Last Updated: Jan 29, 2014 4:37 PM CT Stay Connected with CBC News Latest Manitoba News Headlines
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