To Check Out The Person That You May Give Or Sell Your Pet To That MAY Be And Abuser.
Please remember those that never been caught or charge with abusing animals will not show up on this site or any other site.
Please click on the link below before you give any of your pets away for free. Though you think you are given them to a safe home you will be surprise at what people will say to make you feel comfortable making you give your pet to them. It's unbelievable. They will even bring their children to make you feel comfortable in giving your pet to them. So please click this link below to protect your pet. http://www.pet-abuse.com/pages/animal_adoption/free_pets.php
Thank You, For ALL Your Help and Please Feel Free to Copy and Share This Information With Others.
This Post I Seen On Craigslist
Hope This Will STOP Some Of These "People???" From Doing This Here Also, PLEASE Be Careful To Who You Give Your Pets To. Thank You.
You Can Read The Post At: http://harrisburg.craigslist.org/pet/2802149994.html "Sorry The Post Was Removed.
The Post Read:
" BEWARE - Man buying kittens only to kill! (Harrisburg)
A local man is buying kittens only to drown, suffocate, or feed to cobras! He then uploads the video to YouTube!
Please make sure this sick man doesn't get any more animals in his hands - not much can be told about him but from the videos one can gather he is about 5 feet tall, dyed his hair black, and wears around a black hoodie. “End of Post.
Again I Thank You; We Can Try To STOP This Crap Here.
All I'm Trying to Do Is to Stop People from Hurting Animals.
This Is A part Of A Letter From PETA To Craigslist
" We are writing in regards to the "free to good home" advertisements that appear on the Craigslist website.
As you may be aware, animals given away for free can, and unfortunately often do, meet gruesome fates. They can end up in the hands of animal abusers like Barry Herbeck, a Wisconsin man who was convicted last year of torturing and killing animals he obtained through "free to good home" ads. He confessed to taking his kids with him when responding to the ads so people would be comfortable turning animals over to him. People known as "bunchers," who obtain animals illegally from random sources to sell to research facilities for profit, often acquire animals by answering "free to good home" ads. Small animals advertised as "free to good home" are sometimes acquired by individuals who intend to use them as bait in training other animals to fight. Gerbils, hamsters, and young kittens are often acquired to be used as snake food. "