Tuesday, 14 February 2017



   We as animal angels not only raise our voices & take actions for our innocent lives in need, but we also depend upon the assistance/duties and responsibilities of Government Agencies, in which are responsible for animal welfare and well being, to play their active roles in making sure that such enforcement and laws are in place to protect our voiceless as well.

   But it appears, according to reliable sources, that perhaps some certain agencies cannot be depended on, especially when you read reports about how the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture) suddenly purged animal welfare information from a Government website --- literally taking it away from the public's view.

I, like many other individuals, found these actions to be not only unjustifiable, but also suspicious as well --- considering that countless investigators & watchdogs etc depend upon this imperative information in order to further their fight for the rights and welfare of animals around the country, and allows the public the freedom of being informed of such crucial information and reports.

    These reports included information on such places as Seaworld, dog breeders and puppy mills, zoos and circuses, and even taxpayer funded animal testing labs, among many others. Places in which have raised countless eyebrows and concerns, and now with the actions of the USDA more red flags and issues regarding such a step is now raising more attention and concern.

Link To Report:  http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2017/02/13/usda-animal-cruelty/

   This poor and unjustifiable strategy on the USDA's part and the part of the administration is only protecting the actions of cruelty and inhumanity and permitting offenders/abusers a free pass by basically hiding away within the shadows this information from the public's knowledge and view-- not to mention, violating consumer's protection and freedom of knowledge as well.

    The USDA is in charge of enforcing the Animal Welfare Act (AWA), therefore their responsibilities and duties are for the animals & their welfare and well-being --- so why dispose of such imperative information that could literally help save and protect innocent lives from actions of cruelty and inhumanity?  the whole scenario seems to be a let down and failure to our innocent.

    We as humanity should have the right to answers and knowledge of what goes on behind closed curtains of such incorporation and industries --- and be provided this imperative information from such agencies that hold that duty within their hands to protect innocent life.  We need to make the steps and put the pressure upon the USDA to restore animal cruelty information back on their website --- and show individuals of the world, where they exactly stand.

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION TODAY - https://www.change.org/p/united-states-department-of-agriculture-usda-the-restoration-of-animal-cruelty-information-back



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