I am looking for a Representative that can make a presentation to the Beeville Texas City Council. We are advocating for the animals to be immunized upon entry into the Beeville Animal Shelter for Parvo and Distemper. I am an Advocate that transports animals to available No-Kill Shelters. I recently transported dogs from Beeville that were not immunized and put MANY other dogs at Risk. They do nothing but de-worm. I need help!! We have a Brand new City Council with intelligent members now. Would love for you to tell them the way of the world with Animal Rights now. I have a GOOD friend- Rudy Trevino- whom is the Anchorman for Channel 3 in Corpus Christi and he will bring a TV Crew down.
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Austin, TX 78768-5283
SIGN OUR PETITION: Tell Texas Legislators Dogs Deserve Adequate Shelter
Every year we receive hundreds of calls and emails about dogs left outside suffering in the extreme Texas weather. We know law enforcement, the media, and everyday Texans are sometimes helpless to do anything when they see a dog succumbing to a heat stroke. That’s partly because every jurisdiction in Texas handles these cases differently. Why? Because we do not have a single definition of “adequate shelter” that everyone can use. If the horror stories of animals freezing to death or dying in the Texas heat haunt you, you can do something NOW.
Please help us change the fate of Texas animals. They can’t afford to wait.
Passing our tethering bill next session will allow us to include a statewide definition of "adequate shelter" as a minimum standard of shelter that all pet owners should have to meet. Once we have this definition in place, local law enforcement and animal control officers will be able to act swiftly.
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