Cher - 53 minutes ago - forcechange.com
Signed, thank you.
Noted and signed Nyack and Cher :-0 Tnx 26/12
Cher - 1 day ago - thepetitionsite.com
Noted and Signed current Nyack and Cher :-0 Thank-You 21/1
Cher - 16 minutes ago - thepetitionsite.com
Nancy - 20 hours ago - soe.salsalabs.com
All signed and shared, thank you.
Noted signed current Nyack and Cher :-0 Thank-You EveryOne Involved :-0 2/1
Thanks Nyack, all signed.
Signed. Thank you
signed, thanks x
Glad to Sign/ Share all!!! Thank you to everyone--for EVERYTHING you do--- for our precious animals and environment!!!~ BEAR HUGS***********xxxxxxxxxx~~
Bear hugs back to you Laurie
All poison petitions signed today. Thanks beary much for the petitions and to all who signed.
All petitions re poisons signed today. Thx beary much for posting and for signing.
EPA Limits Most Toxic Rat Poisons in Homes But Leaves Wildlife at Risk
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last week put new limits on some of the most dangerous rat poisons -- excellent news for the 10,000 children accidentally exposed to rat poison in their homes every year. But the decision allows continued use of the poisons for agricultural and other purposes, threatening thousands of animals a year when they consume poisoned rodents. Wildlife poisonings and deaths have been documented in eagles, hawks, falcons, owls, bobcats, mountain lions and endangered San Joaquin kit foxes.
The EPA's order comes after years of opposition from d-CON rat-poison manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser, which has fought the EPA to limit tamper-resistant packaging and keep super-toxic rat poisons on the shelves.
"I'm very relieved the EPA has taken this significant step to protect our families from accidental poisonings," said Jonathan Evans of the Center for Biological Diversity, which works to reduce the exposure of both people and wild animals to toxins. "But wildlife, too, need protection from these cruel, indiscriminate and deadly toxins. It's time we get them out of the wild."
Read more in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Cher - 4 hours ago - peta.org
Me too email sent
Cher - 2 hours ago - secure.peta.org
Signed and reposted
A CHURCH is poisoning God's precious creatures?? I'd noted and signed earlier today!
Isn't that outrageous, Betty? Not only a church- But the Church of St. Francis... THE PATRON SAINT OF ANIMALS!!!!!
Signed - thanks,
All Signed, Shared and up to date - including that petition to stop a 'church' of all places from poisoning wildlife - uttter disgrace and, as you say Nyack, a church of Saint Francis as well....unbelievable!