Monday, March 7, 2016

Bears Chained And Attacked By Dogs For ‘Sport’ Must Be Protected | Animal Petitions

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Target: Director Alvin A. Taylor, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Goal: End cruel and inhumane bear baiting operations in South Carolina.

A lazy and large North American Black Bear ( Ursus Americanus) lies down and looks at the camera.
These barbaric spectacles of torture, pain, suffering and eventual death are completely LEGAL in SOUTH CAROLINA. Often these animal cruelty "events are sponsored by breed clubs, such as the American Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club".

I believe we are more of a compassionate nation than to allow such cruel atrocities such as this... please sign and share this petition.

It's should not acceptable for any sentient being to be subjected to such horrors.  I do not know which is more disturbing, the fact that such cruelty is LEGAL or if knowing that although small, there are communities in American today which consider this a form of entertainment. The people who are taking part in this are sadistic murderers, terrorists.

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Bears are being inhumanely used for the blood sport of bear baiting. Confined, chained, and unable to defend themselves, the bears fend off up to 300 trained dogs as entertainment. Countries such as Russia, Pakistan, and even Canada call this entertainment. Unfortunately, bear baiting is also legal in the state of South Carolina.

Bears are captured for the competition and forced to endure immense pain before the fighting begins. Their teeth are broken, noses are pierced with nose rings, and they are declawed. Large groups gather to watch dogs torment the bears, sometimes to the death. The events are sponsored by breed clubs, such as the American Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club. These events are described by the sponsors as a training event for hunting dogs. This event is a sadistic spectator “sport” for those who enjoy watching a dog attack a bear.

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