Phyllis Dodge
Phyllis Dodge

Animal services is now ticketing me for TNR and feeding homeless cats. They are trapping them and killing them. It is so important to sign this petition.

Woodie Sayles
Woodie Sayles
  • Phyllis Dodge

Same with me. I spayed/neutered about 10 cats, then the county came in, trapped them and killed them even though their ears were tipped. I was heartbroken. :-(

Susan Hudson Squires
Susan Hudson Squires

We need mandatory spay and neuter in the stale of Fl. and across this entire country.

Tene Bane
Tene Bane

put in a law that says its illegal to let 2 unsterilized dogs within breeding range, dogs can breed thru fence, so it must be at least 1 foot apart. each time someone is caught letting 2 unsterilizted dogs within breeding range, force them to sterilize all the pets they ever own forever(except pets who are medically ineldegiable due to being alergic to anesthsia, to young, or too unhealthy), and fine them $40,000 (calculated by the adv cost to care for a litter for their life time), then use...

put in a law that says its illegal to let 2 unsterilized dogs within breeding range, dogs can breed thru fence, so it must be at least 1 foot apart. each time someone is caught letting 2 unsterilizted dogs within breeding range, force them to sterilize all the pets they ever own forever(except pets who are medically ineldegiable due to being alergic to anesthsia, to young, or too unhealthy), and fine them $40,000 (calculated by the adv cost to care for a litter for their life time), then use that $ for sterilization and careing for animals, not for uthanization.

dont punish them for haveing pregnante dogs or puppies other wise they will kill the puppies or the mother dog to avoid punishment. require they care for all dogs they own otherwise arrest them and charge them with neglect, and fine them.

Suzie Morgillo
Suzie Morgillo
  • Tene Bane

I am embarrassed and sickened to live among the humans who kill animals :(

Dawn Mertes
Dawn Mertes

I have a suggestion instead of wasting money on killing so many animals. They could help the lower income families,

Danielle Asta
Danielle Asta
  • Dawn Mertes

Not to sound Crass, BUT, there are already tons of organizations helping lower income families, and your human babies are not at risk of being put to death because no one want's them.

Ashley Raouf
Ashley Raouf

I'm sorry it was http://www.pinellascounty.org/animalservices/ in seminole fl

Tina Marie
Tina Marie

There must be a mandatory spay/neuter ordinance made in EVERY County...Nationwide & ALL breeders need to be shut down also ! Every year in the U.S., an estimated 6 to 8 million lost, abandoned, or unwanted dogs and cats enter shelters, most of which are high-kill shelters & get euthanized & even inhumanely gassed to death on a daily basis, Even little babies that were just brought into this world are being put to death ...all in which, is due to the owners negligence & irresponsibility !...

There must be a mandatory spay/neuter ordinance made in EVERY County...Nationwide & ALL breeders need to be shut down also ! Every year in the U.S., an estimated 6 to 8 million lost, abandoned, or unwanted dogs and cats enter shelters, most of which are high-kill shelters & get euthanized & even inhumanely gassed to death on a daily basis, Even little babies that were just brought into this world are being put to death ...all in which, is due to the owners negligence & irresponsibility ! Humans are at fault for this pet overpopulation crisis & it needs to be put into law to end it once & for all !!!

Jen Fortheanimals Tate
Jen Fortheanimals Tate

The endless cycle of animals being brought in to county shelters as strays, or brought in as owner surrenders will continue until infinity unless we do something NOW to address the overpopulation crisis. It is NOT a myth. It is a stark reality. According to the ASPCA, approximately 5 million to 7 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year, and approximately 3 million to 4 million are euthanized (60 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats). Only 10 percent of the...

The endless cycle of animals being brought in to county shelters as strays, or brought in as owner surrenders will continue until infinity unless we do something NOW to address the overpopulation crisis. It is NOT a myth. It is a stark reality. According to the ASPCA, approximately 5 million to 7 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year, and approximately 3 million to 4 million are euthanized (60 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats). Only 10 percent of the animals received by shelters have been spayed or neutered. It does not take a rocket scientist to determine the cause of this overpopulation crisis, which leads to the overcrowding of shelters and eventual killing (not euthanasia, which is supposed to be done for mercy to end an animal's suffering) of healthy, adoptable animals. We MUST end this cycle and end it now. Please enforce Mandatory Spay/neuter!!