EFA: Etsy For Animals Etsy For Animals: ANiMAL PETiTiONS CORNER by Alicia of WoodsEdge

Etsy for Animals (EFA) aka Artists Helping Animals,

is a team of independent artists, craftspeople,

vintage sellers and craft suppliers on Etsy.com

who are dedicated to providing charitable relief to animals

by donating a portion of the profits from their shops

to an animal charity of their choosing,

and/or to EFA's featured Charity of the Month.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

ANiMAL PETiTiONS CORNER by Alicia of WoodsEdge

Presented by Alicia of WoodsEdge

1. Moose's Law: Don't Give Animal Abusers the Chance to Do it Again

New Jersey lawmakers are considering legislation that would ban those convicted of animal cruelty from owning a companion animal or working in an animal-related field ever again. It would also give public and private businesses the tools they need to run background checks to ensure they aren't employing an abuser, in addition to making a public list of offenders for anyone who adopts or sells animals to check. 

Please sign the petition asking New Jersey Senators to help keep abusers away from potential innocent victims by supporting Moose's Law. 


2. Support Emergency Action to Save Mexican Gray Wolves

March 29th marked the 15th anniversary of the Mexican gray wolves reintroduction to the wild.  Yet even after all this time, there are still only an estimated 75 in the wild, with another 300 in captive breeding programs. Wolf advocates fear for their future with so few in the wild and are urging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to take immediate action to keep these wolves from going extinct. 

Please send a letter to the Fish and Wildlife Service asking it to release more wolves, complete the recovery plan and establish more populations of Mexican gray wolves in the wild. 


3. Tell the USDA to Do Its Job Help Nosey the Elephant

Animal advocates have been fighting to help save Nosey, but the USDA just gave Hugo Liebel, her owner and abuser, a slap on the wrist. Just before Liebel was set to face a hearing this week for 33 violations of the Animal Welfare Act (AWA), the USDA announced it had reached a settlement. Instead of revoking Liebel's license and handing down a maximum penalty of $330,000, the USDA settled with the agreement that Liebel would pay a meager civil penalty of $7,500 and cease and desist from violating the AWA. Sadly, Nosey is the one who will continue to suffer. 

Please send a letter to the USDA expressing your outrage and asking that the USDA confiscate Nosey immediately. 


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