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Recently, the ASPCA killed an abused dog named Oreo, despite an offer by a No Kill shelter to save her life.
In response, the New York State Legislature is now considering a law that would make it illegal for any shelter or pound to kill an animal if a legitimate rescue group is willing to save the animal's life. But the ASPCA wants to kill the proposed law, the way it killed Oreo, for which the new law is named.
We need your help.
We can never bring Oreo back, but we can make sure this never happens again in any New York shelter. Oreo's Law will save thousands of dogs and puppies, cats and kittens (including feral cats), rabbits, and pocket pets currently being killed in shelters despite rescue groups willing to save them. And it won't cost taxpayers a dime!
That is why the No Kill Advocacy Center, Pets Alive, Tompkins County SPCA, Empty Cages Collective, No More Homeless Pets, Friends of Animals, Alley Cat Rescue, No Kill leaders like Michael Mountain, founder of Best Friends Animal Society, the nation's top animal law professors, and the nation's most successful shelter directors have endorsed Oreo's Law.
Thousands of animals are depending on us for their very lives. Your letters, e-mails, and telephone calls can make a difference.
Learn more about Oreo, Oreo's Law, and how you can help. Visit:
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