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Goal: 50,000 Progress: 36,818
Sponsored by: Humane Society of the United States

The Humane Society of the United States stands up for all animals. This is a challenge when the animals we protect come into conflict, as with predation of outdoor cats on wildlife. Stand with us as we rise to this challenge.

Cat owners can make one of the largest differences of all. There are more than 70 million owned cats in the U.S. and only 60 percent live safely indoors. We call on all cat households to please keep pet cats indoors, get cats spayed or neutered, and keep collars and visible ID on them at all times.

These simple actions will protect wildlife by reducing the number of cats outdoors, decreasing the overall population of community cats, and helping reunite lost cats with their families. Here are some things you can do if you do not live with cats but want to protect all animals:

* Support programs that work to manage community cat populations.

* Subsidize the cost of spaying or neutering for cat owners who cannot afford it.

* Support your local wildlife rehabilitation facility to help injured birds and other animals.

* Get involved with a local effort to boost indoor cat programs and promote collars and visible ID.

* Make your backyard safer for wildlife by using humane deterrents to keep outdoor cats out of your yard.

Take the pledge by signing below, and say "YES" to protecting both cats and wildlife!

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Protect cats and wildlife!

Cats who are outdoors can be harmful to birds and other wildlife -- animals that deserve protection just as much as cats. I pledge to protect both cats and wildlife by taking any of the above steps that are possible for me. I will do my part to help keep my cat safe as well as protect my wild neighbors.


Petition Signatures

Mar 5, 2015 rose hyet
Mar 5, 2015 Jordan Parmenter
Mar 5, 2015 Deborah Binkley
Mar 5, 2015 Andreas Rossing Angeltveit
Mar 5, 2015 Peltina Kon
Mar 4, 2015 marit dahl
Mar 4, 2015 Mira Feder
Mar 4, 2015 Denise Sasaki
Mar 4, 2015 sue harrington
Mar 4, 2015 Heidi Rutzen
Mar 4, 2015 Linda McEachron-Taylor
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Mar 4, 2015 Raiza Nieves
Mar 4, 2015 mar mus
Mar 4, 2015 Mary Hatzigiannis
Mar 4, 2015 Maureen Vidal
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Mar 4, 2015 Antonio Di Bello
Mar 4, 2015 Ruby Davidson Fusco
Mar 4, 2015 Chris Reynders
Mar 4, 2015 Bozzi Maryline
Mar 3, 2015 barbara ellis
Mar 3, 2015 hassan hijazi
Mar 3, 2015 Sharon nordhues
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Mar 3, 2015 Jami Pilarczyk
Mar 3, 2015 Dan Hall We only take our fur babies out to the back yard so the can enjoy the outdoors while were with them Safe for them & the birds
Mar 3, 2015 priscilla stephens
Mar 3, 2015 Ailene Springer
Mar 3, 2015 Lorrie Menconi
Mar 3, 2015 (Name not displayed) Indoor catsmlive longer, healthier lives. Outdoor cats do not have to have litter boxes, but I would rather clean a litter box than lose a beloved cat in 1 to 3 years. Protect wildlife and your cat, make them indoor only.
Mar 3, 2015 Connie Katterjohn
Mar 3, 2015 Anneliese Henderson
Mar 3, 2015 Judy S Richlin My cats have all been indoor cats since 1990. They've been well-adjusted and healthy and they love bird- and critter-watching from their window perch in our home. I don't have to worry about what they are stalking or what may be stalking them. Win-Win!
Mar 3, 2015 Pamela Fagan
Mar 3, 2015 Tylar-Ann Bender S0k0y0
Mar 3, 2015 Hope Enterline
Mar 3, 2015 Deborah Henderson
Mar 3, 2015 Marilyn Hurrell Please - Please keep your cats indoors ! If you have room build a safe outside enclosure and be sure to bring them in before dark.
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Mar 3, 2015 Margaret Sellers
Mar 3, 2015 Brayden Reynolds
Mar 3, 2015 Savannah Sanchez
Mar 3, 2015 monteiro alexandra
Mar 3, 2015 Barbara Strugala
Mar 3, 2015 irasema diaz
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Mar 3, 2015 Dolores Amato

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