Monday, 24 June 2013 11:00

Protest Puppy Mill Parlor

Publication/Event date: 2013-06-23
Publication name: Lisle Patch
URL for more info: http://tinyurl.com/mlgyy3x
Summary:
Thank you everyone for your continued support to educate the public on The Puppy Mill Parlor!  We could protest forever, but we could not do as much damage as Tammy Coglianese did to herself last night on the Lisle Patch.  I tried to put some of her comments here, but they were so vulgar, the Patch rejected my posts.  Here is the link:
 
http://lisle.patch.com/groups/announcements/p/protest-puppy-parlor-in-lisle?ncid=newsltuspatc00000010
 
I hope the Lisle City Council and The Chamber Of Commerce are proud to support the Puppy Mill Parlor and Tammy Coglianese.  Wow, is all I can say.  Please join us next Saturday at Noon to educate the public on this horrific pet store.  If anyone has been sold a sick or dying dog, please visit www.caps-web.org and fill out a pet store complaint form.  Thank you!

Saturday, 22 June 2013 18:46

The NYS Senate Bill S3753 PASSED!


Message from CAPS NY Director Barbara Dennihy:

New York State Animal Advocates: The bill has passed, the bill has passed!
The NYS Senate Bill S3753 allowing local municipalities HOME RULE on pet dealers in our communities PASSED!

THANK YOU ALL for being part of this life changing bill.
ALL your phone calls, emails, prayers made the passage of this bill possible.
Puppy mill dogs, pet shop puppies and consumers will all benefit from the passage of this bill.
Thank you to Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal and her staff, Senator Mark Grisanti and his staff.
Without their commitment to animal welfare this bill would have never been.
Please, please send them a thank you email!

We now need Governor Cuomo to sign this bill into law.
Still have much more work ahead of us on a local level, but not today.

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