The sweet girl on the left, Candy was my first pibble saved off the streets. Sadly, she was a victim of who knows what and we were unable to save her from her demons. She made me want to fight for them and all that goes on. Lucy on the right showed up at a local shelter just 2 months after we lost Candy. Her eye ball had exploded after being attacked. I knew without question that Candy sent her to me to show me she was okay and that she loved me. We adopted Lucy and she's my "one eyed Lucy Lou"! And then came Gracie, the white pibble in the middle. We decided to foster her for the rescue I am a part of, and failed miserably only a month in. She's part of the family now! I will never forget Candy and all she taught me, and I will never quit fighting for them. I will fight so they won't have to.
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Research shows that bans on certain types of dogs are largely ineffective and often a waste of public resources.
Taking this pledge publicly states your support of making communities safe for humans and pets and that you will be attending the rally at the US Capital in an attempt to end BSL (breed specific legislation) and abuse/dog fighting. The time is now, for us, as a society to be the voice of the millions of voiceless victims and offer solutions to help end this national epidemic. PLEASE join me now…
PLEASE take this pledge and reach out to Maryland governor Martin O'Malley via emails, phone calls and/or hard copy letters. We must act NOW. THE GOAL-to get Mr. O'Malley to sit down with Rebecca Corry face to face to discuss BSL (breed specific legislation) which is plain and simply put-DISCRIMINATION. The goal of this petition is to protect people and pets. To provide safe and humane…
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