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STOP CRUELTY...Support Bill C-50

Animals  (tags: bill, bill c-50, animals, Animal Cruelty, support )

- 4075 days ago -
Canada's current anti-cruelty laws for animals are totally inadequate, allowing those who neglect and abuse animals to repeat their crimes again and again with minimal consequences.We need your help to make sure that the new government updates the law.

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Dusty K (1339)
Monday February 26, 2007, 1:44 pm
It's a known fact that cruelty to animals, especially by the younger generation, tends to lead to bigger and more violent crimes later on. So, stiffen the punishment laws, and get these kids help before they turn into something no one can handle, or wants to. As long as people continue to get a "slap on the hand"....instead of in the pocketbook or lose some of their own freedom, they'll continue to do these things.

Samantha O (374)
Monday February 26, 2007, 10:33 pm
Lift your game Canada as your animal cruelty laws appear to be far in the distance,especially when we look at your seals. The world is watching these atrocities so do something positive to stop it happening and improve your image. All I can see is akin to Asian countries animal treatment and that is not an alignment you want to be involved with if you want any credibility.

Jenn Turner (19)
Wednesday February 28, 2007, 7:15 am
The world needs to update and uphold stiffen up, more punishable laws against animal cruelty.
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