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Angel and Barack Obama-front page Huffington Post 8.21.13 “Obama Comes Out Against Dog Breed Specific-Legislation, Joins Fight For Pit Bulls”
Rebecca Corry Huffington Post DC 5.16.13 “One Million Pibble March:Rebecca Corry, Founder of ‘Stand Up For Pits,’ Plans March On Washington”
Rebecca Corry interview in Cesar Millan’s online magazine ‘Cesar’s Way’ “Rebecca Corry Stands Up For Pits”
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Angel front cover Huffington Post Good News 9.3.13 “Dogs In Kissing Booths Will Make Your Day”
WHY WE ARE MARCHING
We are marching on Washington DC in an effort create safe and humane communities for humans and pets. To give millions of voiceless victims a voice and by doing so, end discrimination and abuse.
Now, more than ever before, broken young people all over this country are committing sociopathic acts against innocent voiceless beings. Time and time again, studies have shown that people who commit violent acts against animals will likely and most often times do, go onto commit violent acts against humanity. The breed being victimized by this abuse more than any other breed on earth, are Pit Bull Terriers. Dogs that are loyal, loving, gentle and smart being forced to fight till the death. The average age of dog fighters are 13-21 years old. Questions to consider; What happened to them?’ Why are they so broken? How do we help? To “ban” a breed is not a solution but rather an ineffective way to try and fix what is an obvious reflection of a broken society.
The epidemic that is happening in our own backyards can no longer be ignored. Whether you like Pit Bull Terriers or dogs at all, as a member of society this is all of our problem. Through education and effective solutions we can fix this social pandemic and provide a safe society for future generations of humans and animals alike. It is time legislators recognize that discrimination enshrined in law is wrong, factually ineffective and will no longer be tolerated.
Five years ago an Angel came into my life in the form of a Pit Bull Terrier from the South Central Los Angeles Shelter. Her ears cut with razor blades, battery acid burns all over her back, broken tail, part of her tongue missing, had been bred several times and used as a bait dog but still had a smile on her face and nothing but love to give. Angel has educated and enlightened people around the country by simply being an example of what this breed truly is, magical. For 20 years I thought entertaining people was enough until Angel came into my life and showed me that standing up for pits through entertainment is what I’m meant to do and has given my life a greater sense of purpose.
To ban a race, religion or breed is immoral, prejudice and ignorant. There is a national war against Pit Bull Terriers going on and the time is now to stop it. Fact-there is no such thing as a vicious breed of dog. The way a dog looks also does not determine it’s actions. So, to deem an entire breed “dangerous” or “vicious” and make it law to remove this breed from loving homes or prevent them a chance at life is ludicris.
The way we treat our animals is a direct reflection of our society and what humans are doing to Pit Bull Terriers is proof that ours is broken. Prince George County Maryland finds logic in banning Pit Bull Terriers and continues to turn a blind eye towards the people abusing, torturing, fighting and mutilating them. It is OBVIOUS that what should be feared and what is in fact “vicious” are the humans doing this daily in our own backyards. Breed-specific legislation (BSL) laws continue to fail time and time again, costing tax payers more money trying to enforce this ridiculousness.
I’m not asking anyone to own a Pit Bull Terrier or even suggesting that people who don’t like dogs change their minds and like them. It’s a responsible persons right to own or not own whatever kind of dog they choose. What I am asking is that you understand that there is a national war against Pit Bull Terriers and humans are committing heinous acts against them now more than every before and that is ALL OF OUR problem as a society. Our FBI and government have spent millions on studied that prove that the people committing these acts against dogs/animals will likely and most often times do go on to commit crimes against humans and are involved in other illegal activities. It is VITAL that you join me in signing this petition to stop BSL laws, and challenge our law makers to stop banning the voiceless victims of abuse and BSL as a way solve a social problem but instead educate themselves, understand this epidemic and create/support intelligent solutions that will save animals and humans alike. Please sign now and share! #wewillmarch
HOPING TO ACCOMPLISH
Safe and humane communities for humans and pets.