• by: Roman J
  • target: New Zealand Government

It sucks to be a possum in New Zealand. Cars swerve to hit you. Guns point toward you. People feed you little green pellets that taste like cinnamon, only afterwards they taste like poison death. Plus, no one ever gets your name right.

But if you are a possum, brace yourself: it's about to suck more. New Zealanders are rallying to launch an all-out war against their furry foes, following a scientist's dying vision for a "pest free New Zealand" Those pests include (take a breath): rabbits, rats, weasels, cats, stoats, goats, deer, and hedgehogs ... but mostly, possums. "It's a pretty easy sell said zoologist Nicola Toki, a passionate supporter of the plan who works for the Animal Health Board "We relate our national identity to our native wildlife and yet everybody hates possums.

There is no excuse in the world that one can validate for killing any creature regardless of the damage we think they do to native species and environment.
Possums were introduced to New Zealand why should they have to suffer the result of human era? New Zealand what a joke.

Do not be intimidated by my signature goal as every 1000 signatures recieved i send a new email to the parliment office.

I encourage tourist to pledge to this. Animal cruelty is a growing concern in New Zealand.

I have decided to share a link to this New Zealand documentary in hopes you share and wake up the world about New Zealands evil hand toward its wildlife.

Poisoning Paradise


Update #14 hours ago
Hello Everyone. Thank you for your support this far for the petition on ending possum shooting and 1080 poison in New Zealand. I continue to send out new messages to various places including the media. New Zealand government relies very much on tourism for its economy to grow so by showing them that tourists are willing to stay out of this country based on its cruel acts toward wildlife i hope will get them into submission to change such laws.
I encourage all your comments in which I will use.
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