CARLA Companion Animal Right to Life Act

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CARLA

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”

 

Until a Right to Life for our companion animals is the law in America animal rescue efforts by any animal welfare organization in America will not bring a final end to this tragic mark on America’s Society.

Companion animals are like family members to most Americans, They sleep in our beds, they protect us, they unconditionally love us, Our police, government and military K 9 companion animals keep our cities, counties and Nation secure, and have given their lives to protect us. Our therapy dogs help the disabled, the young, the elderly, the blind and those in hospitals and nursing homes. They are right there with our first responders in time of need in disasters. They hunt with us, play with us and even teach us and our children compassion and love. How can we turn a deaf ear, a blind eye and a cold heart to them when they are in need. When they are thrown out of their homes, how can we not show them compassion? When they then need us, when they become homeless, How can we kill them?

If we are to finally end the killing of our loving homeless companion animals, we must look inside ourselves as Americans’ and ask; when will we stop the killing of millions of our homeless companion animals every year in America.

The truth is we have the money and the resources to solve this problem. What is therefore lacking?  What we lack is a sense of urgency, a sense of outrage and a focused political effort to create a Nationally Law to protect the right to life for our companion animals.

COMPANION ANIMAL RIGHT TO LIFE ACT

C.A.R.L.A.

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“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”

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Author: Steven Monahan

Steven Monahan is the founder of Green Pets America.org and Black Dog Syndrome.org. Former Fortune 100 Executive. Then Entrepreneur. Now Mentor and Animal Welfare Leader. Author The One Thing Workbook #38 Amazon books and Art Of The Black Dog. Steven has been recognized by the State of Georgia Senate, along with City of Woodstock for humanitarian contributions to his community and State. Steven is also the founder and Executive Director of Green Pets America Charities, a national animal welfare charity.