martes, 8 de abril de 2014


Final del formulario
El 8 de Abril fue el día señalado como el primero que se dedica principalmente a la difusión de la violencia que sufren lo perros usados para las peleas y para conseguir aliados para trabajar contra esta terrible injusticia que se da en EEUU y también aquí.

Young puppies bred for fighting are often forced into lives of abuse and neglect. Tethered to short, heavy chains or locked away in tiny cages, they often receive inadequate care and little socialization. They can go for days without food or clean water. They never experience unconditional love.
When dog fighting dogs are old enough to fight, many die of blood loss, shock and exhaustion. Others are unceremoniously killed for losing a fight.
Even when they’re lucky enough to be rescued, dog fighting victims face a difficult path to recovery. Despite the best efforts of expert rehabilitators, not all dogs rescued from fighting make it.
From the very beginning, these dogs are fighting for their lives.
But with your support, we can put an end to dog fighting. Please join us as we celebrate the first ever National Dog Fighting Awareness Day on April 8, a day dedicated to spreading information and encouraging activism on behalf of these innocent victims.
Together, we can help stop this barbaric form of cruelty forever. Together, we can save dogs from this violent abuse.
 Every single day of the year, we are rescuing animals from a lifetime of cruelty, violence and pain. Your commitment makes it possible for our life-saving programs to create happy endings for those innocent lives touched by cruelty. Please continue to be there for the ASPCA and the animals we serve.

For over 140 years, the ASPCA has worked tirelessly to make the pain and suffering of animals a thing of the past, and we'll continue in our efforts until that goal is reached. Thank you for being there for us, which has allowed us, in turn, to be there for all the animals who have found their way to our doorstep.

 (DESDE LA PÁGINA DE LA Sociedad americana contra el maltrato y crueldad animal)

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