Sign a Petition to Protect Tens-Of-Thousands of Animals from Deadly Barn Fires

A Call-Out from Niagara Action For Animals, an animal advocacy group in the greater Niagara region

Posted January 19th, 2018 on Niagara At Large

Dear friends of animals

Following is a link to a petition asking our government to protect farmed animals from barn fires:

https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-1452 

More than 470,000 farmed animals have died in barn fires in Canada between January 2015 and November 2017. 

The National Research Council is currently updating the National Farm Building Code and the current plan for the updated National Farm Building Code does not include protection for animals. Why not??

Please sign and share and give farmed animals one small protection in their otherwise horrendous existence.

Niagara Action for Animals is a non-profit, all volunteer charity devoted to ending all forms of animal cruelty through education, direct action and legitimate protest. 

For more information on Niagara Action for Animals and its advocacy work on behalf of all creatures great and small, click on – http://www.niagaraactionforanimals.org/ .

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One response to “Sign a Petition to Protect Tens-Of-Thousands of Animals from Deadly Barn Fires

  1. Dan Andrews wildniagara

    Well I really don’t agree or like NAFA but I’ll support them on this one. As a meat eater it makes me sick to my stomach to read these devastating headlines. At the very least get rid of the old knob and tube wiring in existing barns. I wouldn’t agree to make it too intrusive but at least bring it up to a respectable standard. I’ve signed the petition but am just waiting for the email to validate it.

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