Here’s letter from SCIL. Let’s call governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and make this happen!

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AB 241, Assemblymember Pedro Nava’s the Responsible Breeder Act, co-sponsored by SCIL, is currently sitting on Governor Schwarzenegger’s desk, awaiting his signature.

This is a hopeful time in California for those of us concerned with mistreatment of pets, and it is your phone calls and letters that helped AB 241 come this far:

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mill3If the Governor signs AB 241, it will become law on Jan 1, 2010, and the number of large puppy / pet mills in California will be dramatically reduced. If he vetoes it, we must start the entire process again next year, and the suffering of these innocent animals is prolonged.

We urge you to call the Governor and let him know how important this bill is to you. Legislation limiting the number of dogs in puppy mills has already passed in Louisiana, Virginia, Oregon and Washington. It is time for California to join them.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
Phone: 916-445-2841

When you call the Governor’s office, you are offered the option to simply press a key to indicate your support of AB 241, but we recommend speaking with a live operator if possible to make sure your voice is heard.


My sincere thanks for your help,
Judie

Judie Mancuso
President, Social Compassion In Legislation (SCIL)
A 501(c)(4) non-profit organization focused on reducing pet overpopulation through legislation.

AB 241 , Assemblymember Pedro Nava’s the Responsible Breeder Act, co-sponsored by SCIL, is currently sitting on Governor Schwarzenegger’s desk, awaiting his signature.

This is a hopeful time in California for those of us concerned with mistreatment of pets, and it is your phone calls and letters that helped AB 241 come this far:

If the Governor signs AB 241, it will become law on Jan 1, 2010, and the number of large puppy / pet mills in California will be dramatically reduced. If he vetoes it, we must start the entire process again next year, and the suffering of these innocent animals is prolonged.

We urge you to call the Governor and let him know how important this bill is to you. Legislation limiting the number of dogs in puppy mills has already passed in Louisiana, Virginia, Oregon and Washington. It is time for California to join them.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

Phone: 916-445-2841

When you call the Governor’s office, you are offered the option to simply press a key to indicate your support of AB 241, but we recommend speaking with a live operator if possible to make sure your voice is heard.

My sincere thanks for your help,
Judie


Judie Mancuso
President, Social Compassion In Legislation (SCIL)
A 501(c)(4) non-profit organization focused on reducing pet overpopulation through legislation.

Saturday, October 17, 2009 9:00am-3:00pm
Fremont Central Park, Area A
40000 Paseo Padre Pkwy.
Fremont, CA 94538
View Directions (Map, pdf)

Enjoy a relaxing 3K walk around Lake Elizabeth, Fremont with or without your dog. After the walk, enjoy our Appreciation Picnic!

There will be lunch for people and treats for dogs!

After the Walk! Appreciation picnic & FUN!

At 12:30 PM – Canine Demo, Awards
At 1:00 PM – Dog Show Contests

Howl-Loween! Dog Costume Contest

  • Cutest
  • Funniest
  • Coolest
  • Best

Dog Show Contest

  • Rescue Dog Parade
  • Most Talented Dog
  • Waggiest Tail
  • Prettiest Female
  • Handsomest Male
  • Most Unique breed mix
  • Most Expressive Eyes
  • Best Kisser

Registration for all contests is included for registered walkers. $5.00 entry fee for non-walk participants.

Pet Portrait

Free sitting – portion of proceeds are donated to FFR for photo orders thanks to:
Weston Photography
capturing life in a natural light
www.westonphotography.net

Thanks to all our compassionate, honorable and dedicated volunteers!