Heartless hunters are using vicious, trained dogs to chase animals for miles and rip them limb from limb!
Add your name if you agree that this vicious "sport" needs to be made illegal all across the USA!
Imagine you're a bear looking for food in the forest. Then you smell them...
Several frenzied, roaring hounds come bounding out of the undergrowth.
You can tell by the look in their eyes that they only know one thing: murder.
You run, and run, and run. But you have no hope. There are just too many of them.
You are backed into a corner, so you stand and fight.
They surround you, then leap in one at a time. Fangs tear open your flesh again and again.
At long last, weak from blood loss, you give out.
Countless jaws close around you limbs, your throat -- your whole body. They tear you apart in all directions.
Then a heartless human approaches and blows you away with a high-velocity rifle.
You spend your final moment in excruciating agony.
This is what some people consider a "sport". They do it for fun. To them, it's just a cute little hobby, like bird-watching.
In truth, this brutal method of hunting is cruel and unethical.
"Hound hunting of bears disappeared from California at the start of the year  when a state senate bill signed in September by Governor Jerry Brown went into effect.
"The legislation bans the use of dogs to hunt bears and bobcats in the state, a move many consider a major step toward making hunting more humane," according to Outside Online.
Congressman Tony Cardenas is a firm believer in animal rights, and that's why we're reaching out to him to do something to stop this cruelty once and for all.
"I believe animals play an important role in our lives and should be protected from cruelty and abuse. By strengthening our country's animal welfare policies, Congress can make a big impact on the lives of millions."
I agree, 100%! How about you?
Don't you think it's cruel and unfair for humans to hunt defenseless animals with huge packs of vicious trained dogs?
Then add your name to ask Congressman Tony Cardenas to introduce legislation that would adopt a law like California's across all 50 states!