|Phillip Huggins and his beloved dog Ginger|
Come out to support Ginger and her owner, Phillip Huggins. Speak out! Have your voice heard. Strength is in numbers! Tell Dalton McGuinty and the Liberals that enough is enough. It is time to end this senseless slaughter of dogs, solely based on looks not behavior, in Ontario! Together we can make our voices heard!
When: Friday November 12
Where: Queen's Park, Toronto
Time: 2:00 pm
Protests also being held in Calgary, Ottawa (yes that's right, McGuinty's riding) and Montreal.
The Montreal protest is;
When: Saturday, November 13
Parc Jeanne-Mance corner Mont-Royal and Park Avenue
The Ottawa protest is;
Where: 1795 Kilborn Avenue Ottawa, On (Dalton McGuinty's office)
When: Friday, November 12
Time: 2:00 pm
I want to be there but I can't. Someone please carry a sign for me.ReplyDelete
LET THIS POOR ANIMAL LIVE, IT DID NOTHING WRONG, IT WAS ON A LEASH AND MUZZLED, THE OTHER DOG WAS NOT EVEN ON A LEASH AND IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN. WHY ARE YOU NOT PUTTING THE OTHER DOG DOWN TOO, IT ATTACKED FIRST. STOP BLAMING THE PIT BULL BREED. THERE ARE OTHER DOGS OUT THERE THAT WOULD BITE TOO IF ATTACKED, EVEN MY LITTLE SHIH TZU'S WOULD IF ATTACKED.ReplyDelete
LET GINGER GO FREE AND GO HOME WITH HIS OWNER.
You should not be allowed to put a dog down just because it is a pit bull. Ginger is a loveable pet and he should not be on "death row", release him and let his owner take him home. He was not at fault. The other dog was not on a leash and should have been and then nothing would have happened. Ginger was both leashed and muzzled what more did you want the owner to do. The other dog was to blame it's owner should own up to the truth of what happened. DO NOT KILL AN INNOCENT ANIMAL. SHAME ON YOU.ReplyDelete
Stop killing innocent animals .... if you do I hope you will pay the price for doing so one day.ReplyDelete