Thursday, 07 February 2013 17:25

National group slams Holley squirrel hunt

Publication/Event date: 2013-02-07
Publication name: The Daily News
URL for more info: http://thedailynewsonline.com/news/article_7d281ec2-70e8-11e2-a973-0019bb2963f4.html
Summary:
A national non-profit organization that advocates for companion animals, has joined the call to end a squirrel hunting fundraiser in Holley.

The Companion Animal Protection Society on Wednesday called for a boycott of the seventh annual Hazzard County Squirrel Slam and a “global campaign” to stop it. The event is a fundraiser for the Holley Fire Department.

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Please sign! Help us put a stop to the 7th Annual Hazzard County Squirrel Slam by checking out our change.org petition posted by CAPS General Counsel John Maher.

Summary:
As demonstrated by the public outcry in response to the 7th Annual Hazzard County Squirrel Slam, a squirrel killing contest which promotes the idea and practice of CHILDREN KILLING ANIMALS sponsored by the Holley, NY Fire
Department, the US government should not continue to subsidize sadistic entities, such as the Holley Fire Dept., who promote the recreational killing of animals. We expect an ethos of care and concern, not recreational killing or torture or animals, from emergency workers -- especially those receiving Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funds.

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