I haven’t written for my diary for a long time oops!
I have been a busy puppy since my social media pages went live, mummy and I are overwhelmed at the support all of my lovely followers have given me. We have many more plans in the pipeline too and I am very excited about choosing my very first Rescue Dog of the Month in 2 days time!
Luckily I enjoy posing for photos, I try my best to make you all laugh when so many bad things are going on around us. There are a few great things happening at the moment and there is a ray of hope glimmering in the not to distant future for dogs in the UK.
We are very happy- ecstatic in fact- for Lucy’s Law to be implemented as soon as possible. There is a lot of planning involved, there are lots of finer details to be worked out regarding who will enforce the new law and how that will happen.
The petition is so successful and the new law is so needed in this country that there are now more than 146k signatures. The first step is calling for the immediate ban on the sale of puppies by pet shops and other third party commercial dealers.
If you missed the parliament debate you can watch it fully here.
I am a very proud puppy to support Lucy’s Law.
Also, Lucy’s hooman mummy Lisa has a brand new Facebook page and website called: Pudding and the PA. Please pop over and show your support to Plum Pudding and Lisa as they work tirelessly fighting for justice for dogs just like me and my pack.
Pet theft Petition to be debated in Parliament
The petition titled ‘Reclassify the theft of a pet to a specific crime in its own right‘ now has achieved more than 105k signatures meaning it will be debated in parliament.
The debate is taking place on the 2nd July 2018 at 4:30 in Westminster Hall.
It is hard to believe that in 2018 that the theft of someone’s precious dog is classed in the same way as if a bike was stolen. The heartbreak and damage caused by the theft of a sentient being cannot be dealt with in the same way, usually resulting in a pathetic sentence or no consequence at all to the thief.
The theft of dogs is spiralling out of control, every single week more than 60 dogs are stolen in England and Wales- there are more that are not reported.
Paws crossed for all involved on Monday in parliament!
Love and licks, Milo xxx