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California bans exotic animal house parties.   

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Past News
BREAKING NEWS"......Former Nevada SPCA President Charged With Felony Theft


(SEE LINK BELOW FOR FULL STORY)

 

Everyone:  Please thank  Darcy Spears for covering this important story.  Channel 13   Phone 702-876-1313

 

https://www.ktnv.com/13-investigates/former-nevada-spca-president-charged-with-felony-theft?

Dog’s Death Spotlights Use of Cyanide ‘Bombs’ to Kill Predators

National Geographic
 

One of the weapons the U.S. government uses to poison predators killed a pet Labrador in Idaho, sparking new calls to ban the devices. Read the full story

 

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Current News

URGE THE CLARK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO
CONSIDER A PROPOSAL BANNING THE SALE OF 
DOGS, CATS, RABBITS & PIGS IN PET STORES

 

Click on the following links below for full story:

 

https://www.fox5vegas.com/2022/06/21/clark-county-proposal-would-ban-dogs-cats-rabbits-pigs-pet-stores/

 

https://www.nevadacurrent.com/2022/06/23/county-unleashes-proposed-ban-on-pet-store-sales/

The Clark County Commissioners may consider a proposal prohibiting the sale of dogs, cats, rabbits, & pigs in pet stores.  They will review the Business Impact Study Report in mid-July.  Please urge them to  move forward with the proposed  " Humane Pet Store Ordinance ". 

 

Hundreds of cities and counties across the country have already passed ordinances banning pet stores from selling puppies, kittens, rabbits, and pigs sourced from commercial breeders.  Instead, pet stores can offer animals available for adoption from rescues and animal shelters.

 

Virtually all animals sold in pet stores come from mills - inhumane commercial breeding facilities.  In addition to "puppy mills", other animals like cats, rabbits, pigs etc.. are also commercially bred.

 

Please contact the Commissioners below urging them to support

the ordinance.   Your help is needed now!

CLARK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

James Gibson             ccdistG@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Chairman

District G

 

Justin Jones                ccdistF@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Vice-Chairman

District F

 

Michael Naft                 ccdistA@ClarkCountyNV.gov

District A

 

Marilyn Kirkpatrick      ccdistB@ClarkCountyNV.gov

District B

 

Ross Miller                   ccdistC@ClarkCountyNV.gov

District C

 

William McCurdy II       ccdistD@ClarkCountyNV.gov

District D

 

Tick Segerblom             ccdistE@ClarkCountyNV.gov

District E 

 

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns

you may have   775-419-8076 or politicsforanimals@yahoo.com

Thank you for your support.

Stacia Newman
Nevada Political Action for Animals
Phone: 775-419-8076

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Nevada Legislation Update:

 

Exotic Bill  #SB 344  PASSED (with some changes which weaken the bill).

 

Cat  Anti-Declaw  Bill # AB 209  Did Not Pass in the Senate Committee (although, it was approved in the Assembly) 

 

Thanks to everyone who made the effort to support these bills by contacting the Senate and Assembly Representatives.  

THE OPERATOR OF A LOCAL CHICK-FIL-A  WAS

ARRESTED FOR BEATING & SHOOTING A 

NEIGHBORHOOD CAT TO DEATH

 

COURT DATE  MAY 17, 2021
 

 

For full story go to: 

 

https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/north-las-vegas-chick-fil-a-operator-accused-of-shooting-killing-cat-2331369/

 

Karl Garcia, the operator of a North Las Vegas Chick-fil-a and his adult son Logan Garcia will be in court May 17, 2021 for beating & shooting a neighborhood cat to death. 

 

It is very important that you contact the District Attorney & Judge. Insist that both men be prosecuted to the maximum penalty allowed by State Law NRS 574.100.6  Animal Cruelty is a Class D Felony in Nevada (Sentencing can range from 19 months to 4 years in prison and a fine up to $5,000.00 )

 

District Attorney Steven Wolfson:  dainfo@clarkcountyda.com


Deputy District Attorney Ashley Lacher : dainfo@clarkcountyda.com

 

Judge Ann Zimmerman,  Dept 8 : LVJCDepartment8@clarkcountyNV.gov   

Include the Court Case Numbers for each man:

 

Karl Garcia       # 21PC018092-001  &  #  21PC018092-003

 

Logan Garcia   # 21PC018092-002  &  #  21PC018092-004

                           

Thank you for taking the time to help animals.

Stacia  Newman, President

NevadaPoliticalActionforAnimals.org

Update:

 

Hello and Happy New Year to Everyone!

 

I'd like to thank all of you for being so diligent in contacting

the District Attorney with your concerns on animal cruelty

throughout the year.  I recently had a lengthy conversation

with D.A. Steven Wolfson regarding those concerns.  He

assured me he personally reads every email he receives.

 

Your voice has been heard.  2021 ended with the successful

prosecution of Carlos Fonseca, Jr.   Sentencing included

12-48 months in prison for hanging his dog to death on a

fence.  Hopefully, other animal cruelty cases will have the

same penalty for such a horrific crime.

 

Please take a minute to thank District Attorney Wolfson and 

Judge Tierra Jones for following through with consequences

for those who abuse animals.  It is especially important for

our  Judges to send out a clear and moral message that

"ANIMAL CRUELTY WILL NOT BE TOLERATED" !

 

D.A Steven Wolfson      dainfo@clarkcountyda.com

 

Judge Tierra Jones       Dept10LC@clarkcountycourts.us

Important!

 

Townhall Meeting sponsored by City Council member Victoria Seaman.

June 15th – 6:30pm

Veteran’s Memorial Community Center

101 Pavilion Center Drive

Please thank her for all the wonderful things she has done to help animals.

She will be running for Reelection in Ward 2 in the upcoming 2022 General Election.

Please be sure to VOTE for her.

Email: Victoria@victoriaseaman.com

Phone: 702-229-2420

 

Thank you for your support.

Stacia Newman
Nevada Political Action for Animals
Phone: 775-419-8076

Past News
Las Vegas Man Charged in Animal Abuse Case

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MAN CONVICTED OF FELONY ANIMAL CRUELTY

 

Miguel Rivera appeared in court today for sentencing.

 

He was the "MAN CHARGED WITH TORTURING & HANGING HIS DOG ON THE STRIP."

 

He was found guilty of FELONY ANIMAL CRUELTY and will receive 18 months to 4 years in prison.

 

A special thank you to all of you who took the time to make your voices heard. Together we can make a difference!

 

Please send an email to the District Attorney & Judge Eric Johnson in appreciation for diligently prosecuting this case.

 

District Attorney Steven Wolfson & Deputy D.A. Ashley Lacher

Email:  dainfo@clarkcountyda.com

 

Judge Eric Johnson Email: dept20LC@clarkcountycourts.us 

 

(ref: Miguel Rivera Case # 20-C-352053-1)

 

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Thank you for all that you do to help animals!
 

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