5 thoughts on “DeathRowPets General comments

  1. wendy reed December 31, 2009 / 10:38 am

    I would strongly like to send my support to whatever organisation wishes to prevent puppy farming and puppies being sold in pet shops. Let’s stop this overbreeding and prevent animal deaths. Please pass on my support

  2. Annelies Craig March 28, 2010 / 1:24 pm

    On the Sunshine Coast a brave and gallant young girl only 12, by the name of Maisie Ball has decided to take on the pet retail industry trying to stop the selling of companion animals in pet shops. She has established an parliamentry EPetition which is open until September 2010. I urge you all to get behind Maisie and sign this petition in support of her as well as more importantly supporting our companion animals.

    Like Maisie I too feel strongly about the unnecessary euthanasia of animals every year. I know that this is an ongoing issue but I’d rather have a voice than no voice and the more we can do the better.

    The link to the site is http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/view/EPetitions_QLD/Confirmation.aspx?PetNum=1398&IIndex=-1.

    Could you please forward this on to as many people as possible, the more signatures that is acquired the better.
    Thanking you in advance

  3. carole nestor August 20, 2010 / 2:37 pm

    Like numerous people in society today, I would strongly like to lend my support to an organisation that would prevent animals and birds being sold in pet shops. There should be strict legislation in place concerning the sale of animals. The keeping of these animails squashed behind hot plastic windows, in small spaces and in most instances in shopping malls, with young and inexperienced salespeople looking after their welfare is not acceptable.

  4. Helen June 30, 2011 / 7:57 pm

    Most definately pet shops should be stopped from selling pets., not only is it cruel the way the animals are housed but it may wipe out puppy farming and compulsive buying, where most of the time the animals are ill from these establishments.
    I have heard this time and time again.The cost is more than what you would pay from a reputable breeder,then the animal is sick so we dump them don’t we or ring an animal welfare group that can’t always help and so we abuse them then.

  5. Kim Grills January 14, 2012 / 7:37 am

    I was going to buy a pup, but NOT NOW,after seeing the hundreds of dogs just waiting to be adopted and loved at rescue centres. Anyone who loves pets should do the same and save a soul which will fill your heart with more than just love.

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