Thank you so much Paola, a great piece to read about their success there. I love that the article pointed out that four things won the cause: Numbers of people that mobilized, the facts, the politeness, and the persistance they had. Those can be applied anywhere by anybody.
Thanks Paola, also signed the then shown petition, requesting more sigs:
(I understood that I had already signed a while back, but ...... my signature (I am in CA again for the mom ... ) was accepted once more!
it's a different IP! Way to go...! But I discovered 4 or 5 times recently that I had to sign the same petition again on Change.org. Which normally is not possible with this org. I wonder why. I really signed them before.
Anneke, I had the same thing happen too on Change recently. I knew I had signed them and just went back to get some info and it had me sign them again. As Lenicka says, computers often make no sense..
First, what a great story. I am so tired of the discrimination against pit bulls and dogs who look like they could be pit bulls. May are not and don't even have any pit in them but they still suffer from the stereotyping. Either say it is wrong. What really needs to be banned is stupidity and closed mindedness that seems so common among human beings.
As for the petitions being signed, thank you for beginning that up as I thought I was going nuts-I often wonder that though- or hadn't done something I was supposed to do as for a while Chnage.org kept making me fill out the form and sign. I'm glad to know I am not the only one who has to keep signing petitions I thought I had already signed. The mysteries of technology are numerous I guess.
My Friend Sarah's Pitties... say Thank You!