It is imperative that Texans contact Senators Cruz and Cornyn to vote in favor of the Big Cat Public Safety Act! It passed in the House, thankfully! It is all about Big Cat protection from exploitation and abuse! Tiger cubs are used for selfies while they are little! Once they grow up, they are difficult to handle and are killed or sold to cruel roadside zoos! This law will protect people as well from the dangers that wild cats can cause! Thanks for your caring voices!
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Dear Animal Friends,
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, TPWD has been shooting cats with .22 rifles in Garner State Park (Ulvade county). Our goal is to trap the cats, spay/neuter them and find homes for each one. Often, farms and ranches provide homes to homeless cats to keep the rodents in control. But, we must first stop the killing ASAP!
Your help in signing the petition will enable us to end this killing frenzy and get the cats the help they so deserve. Please sign and share this petition:
Animal advocates, let’s get LOUD! We need to be heard! As an Animal Rescue, you already know that until we take animal cruelty seriously, things won’t change!
With my sincere gratitude,
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