(ed:yes – this is good news – and must be also done here in nz – but what about those bastards who breed for the vivisectors..?…they fly under everyones’ radar – nobody is fighting for those blighted animals – whose fate is to be tortured and killed by those sadistic fucks vivisectors…
over a quarter of a million animals are born/bred to die this way – each and every year – here in nz…
imagine how sick/fucked up those sadistic/torturing bastards are..?..they go to work each day – to hurt animals…
i hope they wash their hands well..
and wanna here something sick..?..and i don’t mean in the modern usage of ‘sick’ – i mean the original meaning – all these experiments on animals are approved by the spca – how fucked up is that..?
they sit on the oxymoronically-named animal ethics committee – which rubber-stamps all that torture – on all those defenceless animals..
in fact they used to sell animals to the vivisectors – the spca…how do i know this..?
i know this ‘cos an early political action was liberating a dog from a courier van – on its’ way to the railway station – from the spca – to send the dog to vivisectors in wellington..
she never made it there – she did live to be 14 years old though..
and my heart still swells when i think of her/that..she was a lovely dog..
and i would do it all again in a heartbeat..
fuck all vivisectors..!..
and the lowlife-scumbags who breed for them..
fuck them too..!)
Pet shops are to be banned from selling kittens and puppies by the government in a crackdown aimed at stopping puppy farming.
Third-party sales of cats or dogs under six months old will be prohibited – meaning buyers will have to deal directly with the breeder or an authorised rehoming centre.
The move – announced by the the Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) – follows public consultation that found 95% of the public supported for such a ban.
It follows new laws which came into force on 1 October that banned licensed sellers from dealing in puppies and kittens under eight weeks old.
Earlier this year a petition backing the Lucy’s Law campaign to halt to sales by third-party commercial dealers was signed by 150,000 people and triggered a debate in parliament.
Defra said the ban – which will be introduced ‘when parliamentary time allows’ in 2019 would make it harder for ‘high-volume low-welfare breeders’ to operate.
Animal welfare minister David Rutley who announced the ban on Sunday paid tribute to the Lucy’s Law campaign – saying the government was committed to making sure ‘the nation’s much-loved pets get the right start in life’.
He said: ‘I urge anyone who is thinking of buying a puppy or any pet at this time of year to pause and think carefully before doing so’.
Marc Abraham – the TV vet and founder of Pup Aid and the Lucy’s Law campaign – said it was ‘a real victory for grassroots campaigners as well as the UK’s dogs and cats’.
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home’s chief executive – Claire Horton – said: ‘Properly enforced this will help put an end to dogs being used as breeding machines and kept in shocking conditions’.
(but not for those animals bred for the vivisectors – for them nothing has changed – yet….
anyone keen on working on a pressure-group..?..to haul these realities before everyones’ eyes..?
nobody is fighting for these animals..yet…)