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Sponsored by: Humane Society of the United States

BREAKING July 20, 2017: Just a few weeks after the second anniversary of his own death, Cecil's six-year-old son, Xanda, was killed by a hunter in Zimbabwe, further proving that poachers and trophy hunters will continue to drive lions to extinction if more isn't done to stop them.

Every year, hundreds of thousands of wild animals are killed solely to obtain "trophies" — heads, hides or pelts and even whole animals — to stuff, skin and hang on a wall.

A much-needed spotlight was shone on the world of trophy hunting when Cecil the lion was killed by an American trophy hunter in July of 2015. Yet this was just one example of the thousands of animals killed every year in the name of sport.

Trophy hunting is cruel and threatens the persistence of some of the rarest and most iconic species around the world, as well as species right here in the United States. Mountain lions, bears, wolves, bobcats and other wildlife are senselessly killed every year by trophy hunters throughout our country's last remaining wild spaces.

Please sign the pledge below to help bring an end to trophy hunting around the world.

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Stand with The Humane Society of the United States to put an end to this senseless killing of wildlife, both in the U.S. and around the world.

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Petition Signatures


Jan 19, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 19, 2018 Mia Goodbar
Jan 19, 2018 R R
Jan 19, 2018 Cindy Alexander stop murdering our animals - leave them alone - they deserve to live
Jan 19, 2018 Debra Valencia Animals are people too
Jan 19, 2018 claudine gillard
Jan 19, 2018 Heather MacLeod
Jan 19, 2018 Thaize Cooper
Jan 19, 2018 Vicki Carreno Please Don’t Hunt Animals for Trophies.
Jan 19, 2018 Linda Frame Trophy hunting needs to be banned worldwide.
Jan 19, 2018 Nikki Bruner
Jan 19, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 19, 2018 Megan Hargan
Jan 19, 2018 Karen Kane
Jan 19, 2018 Georganne James
Jan 19, 2018 Lene-Beate Forøy
Jan 19, 2018 Sandra Shrum Trophy Hunting needs to be stopped. This age in time is totally unacceptable. We are trying to multiply our beautiful animals. Not extinguish them.
Jan 19, 2018 (Name not displayed) Legalized murder needs to stop.
Jan 19, 2018 Janelle Muletz
Jan 19, 2018 Carol Alderman
Jan 19, 2018 Pauline Archambault
Jan 19, 2018 Anthony Karasinski No more trophy hunting of any wildlife ever!
Jan 19, 2018 Laura Kratzer
Jan 19, 2018 Ros Eberhardt It is so heartbreaking to even think of our beautiful wildlife being slaughtered for a collector's whim. Hopefully there is some way to stop this killing.
Jan 19, 2018 Tonya Figard
Jan 19, 2018 Laura Gratke Ban trophy hunting. It is a waste of a beautiful animal for no good reason other than greed!!!!!
Jan 19, 2018 Darla Hill Disgraceful people who hunt innocent animals!!!
Jan 19, 2018 Virginia Otteson Trophy hunting should be illegal. Animals need to be cherished and protected by people.
Jan 19, 2018 Elizabeth Hall Anyone who could kill a lion should be in jail.
Jan 19, 2018 Laurie Colaluca
Jan 19, 2018 Charles and Christine Lina
Jan 19, 2018 Dee Mueller
Jan 19, 2018 Jacqui Allen
Jan 19, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 19, 2018 M. Moser
Jan 19, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 19, 2018 Roberta Stephan
Jan 19, 2018 Catherine Ellis stop killing the animals
Jan 19, 2018 Patricia Kuczynski
Jan 19, 2018 Nettie Winford
Jan 19, 2018 Dianne Baublitz
Jan 19, 2018 Dorniece Stephen
Jan 19, 2018 Sarah La Rocca Trophy hunting is barbaric relic of Colonialism. Lions are the most iconic animal in Africa and their numbers are in steep decline. Trophy hunting must be made illegal across Africa.
Jan 19, 2018 Karen Salama
Jan 19, 2018 Ruth Balis Stop this madness!
Jan 19, 2018 Barbara Fletcher
Jan 19, 2018 Denise Brower Why can't people leave these animals alone!! They are not pets or trophies!
Jan 19, 2018 Kristi Murawski
Jan 19, 2018 Elizabeth Morelli
Jan 19, 2018 Lise Issenman

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