• Baytown Supports its Community and its Cats
    Community cats (aka stray or free-roaming cats) risk losing their lives simply because they've made a home in the outdoors. In many cases, they are brought to local shelters, where they are unlikely to get adopted because many of them aren't socialized to people. Community cat programs use trap-neuter-return (TNR) to save cats. The process is simple: Community cats are trapped, evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and returned to their outdoor homes, unable to have kittens.
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    Created by Jeff W. Picture
  • Make NY #1 in the US for All Shelters to be No-Kill Shelters
    Animal Laws in all states are archaic and need to be changed. Stand up for animals and be their voice!
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    Created by Robyn C.
  • Ban taking your dog to gamble with you
    Its is so important to help those who can not speak. Our furry babies give us everything and more. Dog spelt backwards is God, and I feel like God put them on this earth for us not to take care of them. If not us, then who? Casino are meant for having fun and letting lose, adult time. Bringing your child or pet is just unfair to something that can not choose. So lets do something about pets in a Casino.
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    Created by Amanda R.
  • Decriminalize TNR in Allen TX
    TNR quantifiably reduces suffering and helps to stabilize feral and community cat populations. It also serves a springboard for a broader conversation about spay and neuter for companion animals. By getting a single city in North Texas to allow for TNR, we can create momentum to get other cities to follow suit. Doing so will not only reduce city budgets in dealing with kittens and nuisance complaints, but also local animal rescues and advocacy groups. Less breeding -means - fewer kittens - means fewer resources spent by rescues. It can also help reduce compassion fatigue in local animal service and rescue organizations. At the end of the day, TNR reduces animal suffering without any negative consequences for city governments and a multitude of benefits for communities.
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    Created by Jon T.