Rod Moore
Rod Moore

New Mexico love's it's fight pits. Rescued one dog that was a tease dog, something really needs to be done here, but until the Government recognizes the problem......

Diane Medicus Pupino
Diane Medicus Pupino

I think they should get the abuse they dish out and thrown into jail!

Susan Duncan
Susan Duncan

Please sign

Paul Rsd Crps
Paul Rsd Crps

Any animal abuse is wrong and any abuser should be prosecuted.

Wendy Peterson Dehkes
Wendy Peterson Dehkes

What is wrong with people that they could be so cruel.....i just don't understand.

Marielle V Roberts
Marielle V Roberts

Eye for an eye life for a life.

Barbara Frasier
Barbara Frasier

This should be worldwide... not just US. Statistics have shown that spousal.child abuse and animal abuse go hand in hand. I know from personal experience that they are linked and those who are capable of abuse do not discriminate because of age, race nor whether we have 2 legs or 4 legs.

Kathleen Sinkovitz
Kathleen Sinkovitz

Anyone who would abuse an animal would abuse a human and should be prosecuted and to me that means imprisonment

Eileen Kulp
Eileen Kulp
  • Kathleen Sinkovitz

and also include a Heavy monetary fine of several thousand dollars!!

Karla Strader
Karla Strader

Jail is not harsh enough punishment. This should have been made a felony long ago. Eye for and eye, hand for a paw. No getting out early because of over crowding or good behavior. Good behavior my butt, it's just a front to get out.

Julie Green
Julie Green
  • Karla Strader

ALSO, SHELTERS NEED TO BE DEALT WITH, ESPECIALLY THE HIGH KILL ONES!!!

Dana Sheese Craig
Dana Sheese Craig

My thoughts are an animal abuser with move on to children and adults.

Carole Stevens
Carole Stevens
  • Dana Sheese Craig

and this has come to light in many of the prosecuted criminals background checks. A friend asked me one time if I thought a child who had stompped a gerbil to death (he was 5 and the gerbil had bitten him) could have mental problems. I told her that if the child didn't get help that the next thing would be a cat or dog and then a person. So many levels of concern here. How could a parent possibly wonder about such behavior?

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