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NATIONAL REGISTRY FOR ANIMAL ABUSERS

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It is of the utmost priority that each State keep and maintain a registry of all animal abusers. These abusers have been linked to serial killing, domestic violence as well as drug related issues and so forth. This kind of crime breeds other crimes and must be stopped. If we have a national registry of these criminals, we would be able to keep them from ever adopting an animal again, we would be able to look at them first when searching for a serial killer, we would be able to protect those who are victims of domestic violence. It's a new day and our animals need our voice. Please, President Trump, get involved in animal rights and make this happen. Please support this petition. Thank you and God Bless you from all of us who care about our animals.
Public Comments
Jul 3rd, 2017
Patricia L. from Maiden, NC writes:
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It is a new day President Trump! So step up to the plate, and help all animals. Serial killers actually do start abuse, and torture of animals. That is one of the first signs of a serial killer. I ask that you sign this petition to stop, and or keep track of these people.
Jul 3rd, 2017
Patricia L. from Maiden, NC writes:
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It is a new day President Trump! So step up to the plate, and help all animals. Serial killers actually do start abuse, and torture of animals. That is one of the first signs of a serial killer. I ask that you sign this petition to stop, and or keep track of these people.
Jul 3rd, 2017
Patricia L. from Maiden, NC writes:
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It is a new day President Trump! So step up to the plate, and help all animals. Serial killers actually do start abuse, and torture of animals. That is one of the first signs of a serial killer. I ask that you sign this petition to stop, and or keep track of these people.
Jul 3rd, 2017
Patricia L. from Maiden, NC writes:
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It is a new day President Trump! So step up to the plate, and help all animals. Serial killers actually do start abuse, and torture of animals. That is one of the first signs of a serial killer. I ask that you sign this petition to stop, and or keep track of these people.
Jul 3rd, 2017
Rosalba B. from San Diego, CA writes:
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We need to have information on all animal abusers!!!
Jul 3rd, 2017
Andrew W. from New York, NY signed.
Jul 3rd, 2017
Cheri E. from Mendon, MA writes:
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We take in abused, unwanted and abandoned farmed animals and more and all too often see horrible abuse inflicted upon animals by humans. A national registry that allows the tracking/monitoring of these abusers will more than likely track/monitor and prevent additional abuse to humans. There has been mental health evaluations and studies validating this human behavior. Please, please create a registry for abusers.
Jun 29th, 2017
Janet M. from Tupelo, MS signed.
Jun 29th, 2017
Deanna G. from Green Bay, VA writes:
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Please help us be the voice for the rights of these animals! They are living creatures and big or small they deserve those willing to stand up for them, to protect them from having to endure horrid, abusive conditions and treatment! Protect these innocent babies from potentially falling into hands of these monsters!
Jun 29th, 2017
Deanna G. from Green Bay, VA writes:
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Please help us be the voice for the rights of these animals! They are living creatures and big or small they deserve those willing to stand up for them, to protect them from having to endure horrid, abusive conditions and treatment! Protect these innocent babies from potentially falling into hands of these monsters!
Jun 29th, 2017
Melissa B. from Powhatan, VA signed.
Jun 29th, 2017
Pauline B. from Shalimar, FL signed.
Jun 29th, 2017
Dave M. from Blaine, TN writes:
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People who abuse animals are a danger to society, and to the animals. They need to NOT be allowed to have companion animals.
Jun 27th, 2017
Amber A. from Bountiful, UT writes:
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Serial killers - it starts with animal abuse.
Jun 27th, 2017
Michelle G. from Barrington, IL writes:
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Animal abusers should never be allowed to own animals , care for animals or live in a home with animals. They should also be required to pay for all medical treatment and rehab for animals that they injured.
Jun 27th, 2017
Judy G. from Glendale, CA writes:
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I know a lot about this subject, it's important for public safety. Animal abusers almost always escalate.
Jun 20th, 2017
SHERRI S. from Austin, TX writes:
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The link between animal abuse and abuse towards humans is too great to ignore. We must do something!
Jun 17th, 2017
Shannon P. from Bennett, CO writes:
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Yes absolutly this needs to become a law. I have saved so many animals from horses to cats from abusive homes as well as been a victum of domestic violence myself. I 100% stand behind this registry. I have been the person people call to rescue animals in bad situations.
Jun 13th, 2017
Romeo S. from Fremont, CA writes:
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Yes, I stand behind this petition to protect the animals from these kinds of people committing awful crimes against the helpless animals.
Jun 12th, 2017
Nikolay M. from Brighton, MA writes:
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Animal abusers are criminals and pose a serious threat to people.
Jun 11th, 2017
jullie p. from Rio Vista, CA signed.
Jun 11th, 2017
jullie p. from Rio Vista, CA signed.
Jun 11th, 2017
Angie V. from Fremont, CA writes:
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YES, absolutely I am for this Abusers Registry... I am a very big animal lover, they deserve our voice, respect, protection, and vote. Our precious pets Do Not deserve to be abused, hurt, nor suffering of any kind. Think about all the dogs that give there lives in war, helping police on the line, not to mention how valuable they are in search & rescue missions, we should honor them not over look them. PLEASE, pass this bill, make it a law. They are our friends, companions, and defenders, they are faithful and true, to the last beat of their Hearts. "They are Precious Pets"
Jun 9th, 2017
N.Z. G. from Beverly Hills, CA signed.
Jun 9th, 2017
Elizabeth B. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
Jun 9th, 2017
Neil A. from Penn Hills, PA signed.
Jun 9th, 2017
Antoinette G. from Victorville, CA signed.
Jun 9th, 2017
Kathleen C. from Canal Fulton, OH writes:
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This is very important issue!! Yes these fiends need to be made known
Jun 9th, 2017
Kathleen C. from Canal Fulton, OH writes:
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This is very important issue!! Yes these fiends need to be made known
Jun 9th, 2017
Brittny C. from BOSSIER CITY, LA signed.
Jun 8th, 2017
Shaun W. from Merrick, NY signed.
Jun 8th, 2017
Shaun W. from Merrick, NY signed.
Jun 8th, 2017
janelle b. from Wilmington, NC signed.
Jun 8th, 2017
janelle b. from Wilmington, NC signed.
Jun 8th, 2017
Roswita R. from Pleasant Garden, NC signed.
Jun 8th, 2017
Carol T. from Vineyard Haven, MA writes:
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This is so important to support. The atrocities done to innocent animals warrants individuals being put on an animal abuser registry available for all states to verify. Felony charges even for first time offenders! No slap on the wrists! This has got to help slow down abusive behavior. It is most certainly worth having it.
Jun 8th, 2017
Nina S. from Hotsprings, AR writes:
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Animals cannot protect their lives, it's up to us to stop animal abuse, it's our job to to stand for them and hold people accordingly for the mistreatment.
May 22nd, 2017
Someone from Bushkill, PA signed.
May 15th, 2017
Christine H. from Lawrence, KS writes:
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Animals are the voiceless ones in our society that need protecting the most. Anyone can adopt, buy, get for free, innocent animals that can, in turn, be abused and there is little to no repercussions. THIS NEEDS TO STOP. Animal abusers are evil and need to be held accountable. NATIONAL REGISTRY NOW!
May 15th, 2017
Scott S. from Springfield, IL signed.

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