Help Save Farm Animals From Fire Deaths!

Early in October, a devastating fire blazed through a North Carolina factory farm, killing each of the 4,200 piglets housed there. Ten emergency teams responded to the fire, but they weren't fast enough to save even one animal's life. 

This latest tragedy adds to the 400,000 animals who have already died from factory farm fires in the past year alone. Clearly, the current systems aren't fast enough. Factory farms need to install basic fire safety equipment to spare their animals from slow and painful deaths. 

Basic equipment like sprinklers would spare thousands of lives, but the National Pork Producers Council is fighting to prevent fire safety laws in factory farms. Please sign the petition to urge the National Fire Protection Association to implement fire safety rules to prevent more senseless animal deaths!

We, the undersigned, are concerned with the growing number of senseless animal deaths due to factory farm owners' neglect to install basic fire prevention equipment.


Early in October, a devastating fire blazed through a North Carolina factory farm, killing each of the 4,200 piglets housed there. Ten emergency teams responded to the fire, but they weren't fast enough to save even one animal's life. 


This latest tragedy adds to the 400,000 animals who have already died from factory farm fires in the past year alone. Clearly, the current systems aren't fast enough. Factory farms need to install basic fire safety equipment to spare their animals from slow and painful deaths. 


Basic equipment like sprinklers would spare thousands of lives, but the National Pork Producers Council is fighting to prevent fire safety laws in factory farms. We respectfully urge you to implement fire safety rules to prevent more senseless animal deaths. Thank you for taking the time to read and consider our petition.

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