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July 31, 2009

Thank the Cops

From Alley Cat Allies: 

Over 30 cats have been found dead in Miami-Dade County, Florida, their bodies mutilated. The Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office is pursuing and prosecuting this case under the Florida anti-cruelty law (§ 828.12).

Please help us thank the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office for upholding anti-cruelty law. Anti-cruelty laws—which exist in all 50 states and the District of Columbia—protect all cats and reflect our values as a compassionate society. By prosecuting this case, the State Attorney’s office has sent a strong message that we value cats’ lives, and will not tolerate cruelty. The cats who were brutally killed—and the people who cared for them—deserve justice.

It is vitally important that anti-cruelty laws are consistently enforced by those we entrust with upholding the law. Please lend your name to the “Thank You” petition. This petition will be sent with a letter from Alley Cat Allies, thanking the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office for their action. Encourage friends, and family to sign as well.

Thank you for helping to protect the lives of cats.


Becky Robinson


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I live on the West Coast of Florida, and when I was contacted about a victim of a foreclosure who'd been left at a vacant home in the exact area where the mutilator/killer was striking, I drove what seemed like a million miles to rescue her. My original intentions were to take her to a shelter but, since they're all overflowing, she came home to live with us. She's adorable, and the tiniest adult cat I've ever seen.

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