Support Safe, Humane Communities for People and Pets in New Mexico 

Help save cats and dogs in your community by urging your county to pass a humane community resolution.  

Implementing effective resolutions and ordinances at the local level is an important part of creating and sustaining humane communities. Many of the decisions made by governments for animal welfare happen at the local level. So when county managers hear from their voters, it can have a huge impact on the decisions they make.  

Use the form below to find your representatives and ask them to support a humane community memorial for your county. 

Not seeing your county listed? Launch a petition for your community. 

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  • Support Safe, Humane Communities for People and Pets in Doña Ana County
    Earlier this year, the New Mexico state legislature passed a humane initiative memorial [HM024]. Memorials (or resolutions) are a way for the state legislature to express legislative desire through declaration, frequently addressed to other governmental bodies, such as local government. A humane resolution makes the statement that elected officials want to see local municipal agencies and animal shelter managers work toward ending killing in shelters. They help to draw a line in the sand, and get everyone on the same page, driving toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it’s time for local communities to commit their support for lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
    120 of 200 Signatures
    Created by Kelly B.
  • Socorro
    Support Safe, Humane Communities for People and Pets in Socorro
    Earlier this year, the New Mexico state legislature passed a humane initiative memorial [HM024]. Memorials (or resolutions) are a way for the state legislature to express legislative desire through declaration, frequently addressed to other governmental bodies, such as local government. A humane resolution makes the statement that elected officials want to see local municipal agencies and animal shelter managers work toward ending killing in shelters. They help to draw a line in the sand, and get everyone on the same page, driving toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it’s time for local communities to commit their support for lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
    21 of 100 Signatures
  • Ohkay Owingeh
    Support Safe, Humane Communities for People and Pets in Ohkay Owingeh
    Earlier this year, the New Mexico state legislature passed a humane initiative memorial [HM024]. Memorials (or resolutions) are a way for the state legislature to express legislative desire through declaration, frequently addressed to other governmental bodies, such as local government. A humane resolution makes the statement that elected officials want to see local municipal agencies and animal shelter managers work toward ending killing in shelters. They help to draw a line in the sand, and get everyone on the same page, driving toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it’s time for local communities to commit their support for lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
    34 of 100 Signatures