Animal activist groups that support BSL – Breed Specific Laws

The Humane Society Of The United States – a letter which surfaced showing they in fact supported breed-specific mandatory spay neuter in Louisville, KY.
Well done humane socitey you care for animals and know the truth about BSL

PETA has not been shy about supporting breed specific legislation – Read about PETA Founder Ingrid Newkirk’s article in the San Francisco Chronicle: Pitbulls Are A Deadly Weapon
Peta is one of the best animal groups in the world and their support just proves BSL is a good thing

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary is an active support of german BSL laws , the strongest bsl laws on the planet .
Nearly 30 years ago, when Best Friends helped launch and pioneer the no-kill movement, over 17 million homeless pets were dying in our nation’s shelters. Today, that number is down to around 4 million unnecessary deaths annually – that is tremendous progress, but Best Friends is committed to reducing that number to zero. It’s a mission that we call No More Homeless Pets. By partnering with local governments, grassroots organizations and passionate individuals, we are making big strides toward ending the unnecessary killing of shelter pets in the United States.

BSL – breed specific laws are actively supported by prominent legal and animal expert groups only the clinically insane would debate otherwise.

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3 thoughts on “Animal activist groups that support BSL – Breed Specific Laws”

  1. This is from Best Friends Animal Sanctuary “Meanwhile, our national initiatives focus on the animals most likely to enter America’s shelter system – cats, castoffs from puppy mills, and pit-bull-terrier-type dogs. More than 70 percent of cats who enter our nation’s animal shelters are killed, and many of them are outdoor community cats who should have been fixed and allowed to live out their lives, instead of being taken to a shelter. An estimated 25 percent of all dogs entering shelters are pure breeds from puppy mills, and the vast majority of dogs killed in shelters are pit-bull-terrier-type dogs.

    Our national initiatives keep community cats safe and out of shelters with trap/neuter/return, battle commercial breeding operations, and fight discrimination against pit bull terriers.

    Join us. Together we can Save Them All.” That is in no way, shape or form, supporting BSL. Keep up the lies and misinformation.

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