Pigeon Shoots are Pennsylvania's Shame

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Philadelphia Gun Club Leaves Birds to Die Slow, Painful Deaths

 

For more than a hundred years, the rich, politically connected, narcissistic members of the Philadelphia Gun Club have shot live pigeons. Clay pigeons apparently aren't good enough for these cruel and cowardly individuals, who do everything they can - including filing bogus lawsuits - to escape being held responsible for their actions.
 
Too bad Pennsylvania is so corrupt that no one will stand up to these spoiled rich boys other than an out-of-state animal protection group. Pennsylvania's many dozens of humane groups, the local, county and state police, and the District Attorney all turn a blind eye.
 
SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness has documented and exposed the cruelty of the PGC's live pigeon shoots for eight years, and we will continue to do so until the mass killing stops.

 

Pigeon Shooters Exposed!

Operation Bright Light exposes individual pigeon shooters to the world

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More Pigeon Shoot Video!

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TAKE ACTION!

Please contact the Pennsylvania Legislature and tell them to ban pigeons shoots once and for all. Click here to find and contact your Pennsylvania state legislator

Please contact Governor Tom Wolf and tell him that it's long past time for them to end the abominable cruelty of live pigeon shoots.

Governor Tom Wolf
Phone: (717) 787-2500
Fax: (717) 772-8284
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Please contact the Pennsylvania Tourism Bureau and tell them that you won't be vacationing in PA because of illegal live pigeon shoots.

1-800-847-4872 - Post on their Facebook page HERE.

Click here for a video from Bob Barker and more information.

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