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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Animal 'Advocates’ Could Speak in Court for Cruelty Victims

Animal 'Advocates’ Could Speak in Court for Cruelty Victims Under Proposed Conn. Bill.

Opinions on this proposal have ranged from “It’s about time!” to “This could open the door for animals to bring lawsuits against their owners through advocates." What do you think? - See more at: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/society/animal-rights/animal-advocates-could-speak-court-cruelty-victims-under-proposed-conn-bill#sthash.nQy7RGV0.dpuf

15 comments:

  1. I love your site! You will be in our prayers and thoughts! Nice and informative post
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  2. Much agreed. Harsher laws in addition to strong advocacy will help secure animal rights, which when violated, will insure jail time, large fines and retribution.

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  3. Animals are also God's children. We take them into our homes and make them our children. They have feelings, they hurt, they feel, think. They need the same things we all need. God put them here for a reason. There are so many lessons we could learn from them, yet we treat them horriable. It is time they have their say. Let's do right by them.

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  4. It's about time these defenseless animals have someone speak on their behalf. I believe this has been a long time coming, and why shouldn't they be able to have someone speak up for them. The abuse these poor animals endure is at times, outrageous and hideous. So I am in support of this bill 100%..

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  5. I hope that Animal Advocacy includes all animals: those of the sea, the air, and the land. All life deserves the respect to live their lives with the environment, food, behaviour, and freedom that is natural to them without harmful interference from humans. When humans harm anything in nature it is felt by all and throughout.

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  6. I support this bill 100%. It is time to speak up and be the voice for all animals! God put us all here. "The lion shall lie down with the lamb". We have a long way to go and I am ready for the fight! Someone abuses my animals and I will turn that person into dog food without any help from my animals! They abuse someone elses' animals, the result will be the same because abusers (people or animals) do not deserve to breathe the same air! There is a special place in Hell for abusers, it is the hottest and most horrible place there. May they suffer for eternity in Hell and their life on earth be no better!

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  7. I agree with this bill 100%! If animal advocates don't speak for these animals then who will? They don't speak English (our languages per say), but they do communicate with us and understand us. They are God's creatures, and just as we are supposed to have dominion over them, it is also to be for the benefit of all, not just us. Every day animals from all walks of life are being abused, assassinated, tortured- all at the hands of extremely greedy and demented humans. It is our duty to protect them, they cannot do it themselves!

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  8. I thing this is great. I wish that we had this law in every state. Now then maybe people will start taking notice to what well haven't if you miss treat an animal. If the laws were more strict and they didn't just get off with a fine and a slap on the hand and maybe some community service and maybe there told they can't own animals again well I don't think that's good enough for animal abusers. You know when they start abusing andtorching animals the next thing you know there in the paper for doing the same thing to a human being. I think they should get harsher punish for the cruelty that they do to animals. Alot of those preicious animals can't even defend thersels. If you have the information on how this bill got start in Conn. and got Pass please put it up so all of us can learn how we maybe able to get that bill started in our own state. Thanks Jerrie

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  9. It's about time we did something like this. I would volunteer to be an animal advocate for a poor innocent in court. If you could, as Jerrie suggested, give us the details so we can get this type of bill in every state. Thank you, Deb

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  10. The above comments express my thoughts perfectly. May God bless all of you who speak for the animals and children!
    Carole Madan
    Momma Nature

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  11. It's about time we give animals a voice! Definitely in support of this!

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  12. Animals have no voice of their own, we Must provide it. Far too much abuse has gone unpunished!

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  13. Human babies don't have a voice of their own either. Why don't we pursue our work in saving these little ones instead of animals.

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