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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
May 8th, 2017
Anita A. from Chicago, IL writes:
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Long over due,
May 5th, 2017
Karen S. from Arlington, TX writes:
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Proven that animal abusers take it to the next level on humans. A registry is a must! Long overdue with stopping this sort of crime and unsolved others.
May 4th, 2017
Jennifer N. from Lake Mary, FL signed.
Apr 30th, 2017
christina a. from Springfield, OR writes:
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This is a win/win for mankind and animals. 88% chance of domestic violence or child abuse by those who abuse animals
Apr 30th, 2017
carol v. from Dallas, TX signed.
Apr 30th, 2017
Someone from Dallas, TX signed.
Apr 29th, 2017
Mary C. from Los Angeles, CA writes:
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Anyone who abuses animals is dangerous to humans as well. Please stiffen sentences for offenders.
Apr 29th, 2017
Larry T. from Sherwood, AR signed.
Apr 27th, 2017
Jennifer N. from Lake Mary, FL signed.
Apr 26th, 2017
Terry R. from columbus, OH signed.
Apr 19th, 2017
Skye B. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
Apr 19th, 2017
Someone from Marietta, GA signed.
Apr 18th, 2017
Dolores M. from Alsip, IL writes:
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Excellent idea. but make sure the judges hand down punish- ments that fit the crime. However the animal is tortured is the way the criminal should be punished. No probation or anything like that and also those that harm an animal should never again be allowed to have any access to animals in any way.
Apr 18th, 2017
Someone from Jefferson City, MO writes:
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this is ridculous. animals are here for our pleasure
Apr 18th, 2017
Someone from Jefferson City, MO writes:
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this is ridculous. animals are here for our pleasure
Apr 18th, 2017
joe j. from Jefferson City, MO writes:
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this is ridculous. animals are here for our pleasure
Apr 18th, 2017
Kelley B. from Warren, MI writes:
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No one should be allowed to hurt an animal. They are invaluable to us with there sences. And killing animals or abusing animals leads to humans proven fact.
Apr 14th, 2017
Lauri O. from Richardson, TX writes:
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This Law is long overdue. All animals deserve rights too. It is a known fact that serial killers, domestic abusers and others have been clarified by our FBI as animal abusers. I absolutely, do not understand way anyone would harm an innocent animal . If an animal is domesticated or wildlife. Or purposely hunt an animal for Sport. Passing this National Registry would Stop Evil or Harming of animals. This would also would Help with Spayed and Neutering Animals which we have always have had an over population problem. We need to Creating Stronger Animal Laws and Animal Rights. God Made Animals For A Reason. For Us To Learn From All Of Them. Not to Abuse, Not to Reject, Not to Torture, Not to Hunt, Not to Eat. But to Share Gods Earth Too. It has been proven by Research Scientists, Animal Behaviorist, Veterinarian's and Modern Technology that all Animals have souls. We must stand up and "Be The Voice of the Voiceless." It is 2017 not 1940. We as United States of America need to set our Animal Laws and Animal Rights to a Higher Standards. And be Role Models for other countries. Please remember the words of Civil Rights Leader - " The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi
Apr 14th, 2017
Someone from Etters, PA signed.
Apr 14th, 2017
Someone from Etters, PA signed.
Apr 13th, 2017
Someone from Elmwood Park, IL signed.
Apr 13th, 2017
Beverly S. from Huntersville, NC signed.
Apr 13th, 2017
Sladjana I. from Jacksonville Beach, FL signed.
Apr 12th, 2017
Riesa L. from New Castle, DE writes:
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Please. Do this for God's creatures. We must be their voice.
Apr 12th, 2017
Riesa L. from New Castle, DE writes:
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Please. Do this for God's creatures. We must be their voice.
Apr 12th, 2017
Tammy H. from Springfield, OH writes:
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Please make this a law.
Apr 12th, 2017
Tammy H. from Springfield, OH writes:
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Please make this a law.
Apr 12th, 2017
Ines S. from Salem, MO writes:
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I grew up in domestic abuse and my abuser also abused animals. People who abuse humans will abuse animals. There needs to be a registry to track anyone who abuses humans and animals both! We have to make a change to protect ourselves and animals. Please help us to make America better!
Apr 12th, 2017
Ines S. from Salem, MO writes:
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I grew up in domestic abuse and my abuser also abused animals. People who abuse humans will abuse animals. There needs to be a registry to track anyone who abuses humans and animals both! We have to make a change to protect ourselves and animals. Please help us to make America better!
Apr 12th, 2017
Diana M. from Belton, TX writes:
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Animal abuse seems to be getting worse now with sick *******s wanting to post their abuse on social media. Punishments for animal abuse are ridiculous and that needs to change immediately. Like children, they are vulnerable and need our help in protecting them from harm.
Apr 11th, 2017
Katherine Z. from Oakland, MI writes:
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I support this petition wholeheartedly. Abuse of animals is just another form of the sociopathic behavior where there is little accountability. I have no interest in the perps sad childhood. As long as one knows basic right from wrong, there should be a serious price to pay to stop the abuse!
Apr 11th, 2017
diane d. from Rockport, TX writes:
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This needs to happen now - no ifs, ands or buts! It is long overdue. Even the FBI has officially recognized the danger of animal abusers - the time has come to make this happen!
Apr 10th, 2017
Leslie G. from Hicksville, NY signed.
Apr 6th, 2017
collene g. from Buffalo, NY writes:
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They need to have an Animal Abuser Registry for the simple fact that, these people keep getting defenseless animals for dog fighting, abuse, etc and they will keep doing this. They need to be stopped forever.
Mar 23rd, 2017
Diana T. S. from Pembroke, MA writes:
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Murder of any innocent animal is a heinous and violent act and is almost always the precursor of even more killings. Eventually, some of these mentally disturbed individuals go on to take human lives so, please, people, support a National Registry of Animal Abusers, that can easily be referenced ! We need to protect our animals and those we love!
Mar 13th, 2017
Jennifer T. from Marion, IN writes:
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This would help law enforcement and the criminal justice system in developing a history of violent offenders. Also shelters and private individuals who are looking for homes for pets in need. Additionally individuals can use it as a tool to make sure new people close to them are safe to be around. I shouldn't have to mention the common sense reason of our pets and wild life deserve our protection and need a voice and we should do everything in our power to protect them.
Mar 12th, 2017
Sandra G. from Clarksville, TN signed.
Mar 9th, 2017
Elaine R. from Loogootee, IN signed.
Feb 27th, 2017
Elizabeth M. from Rodeo, CA signed.
Feb 19th, 2017
Someone from Cotati, CA signed.

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