Animal Rescue and Referral

An alternative to abandonment and now Spirtual and  Legal action to protect animals and create First Animal Rights Bill

REPORTING ANIMAL ABUSE   Please contact me with any information you may have and your number to be reached.

Contact www.nowisconsinpuppymills.com They have a topic describing in detail how to report suspected neglect or abuse. 

If you feel the animal's life or health is in immediate danger and the local officers or Humane Officer are not responding contact the following:

Martin at  PETA, e-mail [email protected]

You must ALWAYS report animal abuse or neglect, even if your not sure that is what is really happening.  Once you make the call its up to the local officer to make the decision if it is abuse or neglect.  If you don't report it right away, you - yourself are contributing to that animal's suffering, and ignoring the power of the animal protection laws. 

IF AFTER YOU HAVE REPORTED SUSPECTED OR KNOWN ANIMAL ABUSE OR NEGLECT, AND NOTHING SEEMS TO IMPROVE OR GET RESOLVED DO THE FOLLOWING WHICH IS TAKEN FROM THE 

ALDF  (ANIMAL LEGAL DEFENSE FUND)

If you feel that your local law enforcement officials are not investigating in earnest (or at all!),

write up a 1-2 page polite chronological summary of your knowledge of the crime and your concerns.  Send copies to  

 your local prosecutor, mayor, city and/or county council members and the law enforcement agency in question. 

Give them a reasonable deadline, and request that they send you a formal written response to your concerns. 

Keep a dated journal of who you speak with and what you are told.

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If you feel that your local law enforcement officials are corrupt, that they systematically refuse to investigate or prosecute crimes

which have been formally reported to them, check who is your State Attorney General's contact information. 

There again, you’ll want to file a formal written complaint.

Yours could be the complaint that adds to an accumulation and finally forces an investigation, or, less satisfying but as important,

marks the beginning of a paper trail that will see results down the road. 

 

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If you discover depictions of animal cruelty on the Internet,

it is best NOT to attempt to communicate with the website’s operators - negative feedback is often a source of gratification for them. 

Find and contact the website’s Internet Service Provider (ISP) as they have the power to remove the offending website if its content violates their User Agreement. 

                 FOR TONS MORE LEGAL INFORMATION AND LINKS TO YOUR STATE'S

                 LAWS AND OFFICIALS NAMES AND ADDRESSES  GO TO

                                THE ANIMAL LEGAL DEFENSE FUND WEBSI

 

More how to report abuse and local phone numbers.

 Please keep your eyes out for the back yards of homes where you might find a dog or dogs that don't have straw in their wooded or plastic dog houses this winter. Also make sure they have daily water and food available. If you suspect they need anything, send me the address and explain in detail what you think is happening. If you see neglect or abuse call your local sheriff or police department. They have to go out and check on it.

You have a right to ask them to call you back with what happens. Most will tell you its not that bad, or that the owners are taking care of it. If you are not comfortable with the response, persist in making sure the situation is monitored no mater how uneasy the cops make you feel. Call the cop's captain, sheriff, and then the DA if nothing gets resolved, no matter how minor the situation appears.

Please be the voice for that animal as it has no voice or choice!

Puppy Mill Hotline 1-877-645-5847 ( Mill -tip )

Shawano County sheriff 715-526-7900

Tigerton Dog/cat catcher 715-535-2969

Wittenberg Village Humane Officer 715-881-0606

Shawano Humane Officer :Finger 715-526-3111

Langlade County sheriff : 715-627-6411

Langlade County Humane Officer: Julie Oppelt

 715-292-0074

Legal Hotline for animals 1-800-555-6517-1

Humane Society of the U.S (Madison) Alyson Bodai 608-320-4365

ER Crulety Cares hotline 607-583-2225 ext #312

 

 

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