Success: Taiwan Bans Euthanasia of Stray Animals

Target: Legislative Yuan

Goal: Praise Taiwan for upholding a ban on euthanasia in animal shelters.

Two years after parliament passed a law banning the use of euthanasia in animal shelters, Taiwan finally upheld its decision and officially banned the act. An animal welfare group estimated that more than 1.2 million unadopted animals have been put down in Taiwan since 1999. The push for the new law also comes after a very publicized death of a shelter worker who took her own life after being burdened by the responsibility of euthanizing stray animals. ForceChange highlighted the issue of Taiwan’s stray animal problem with this petition.

Before the new law was fully put into effect, it was reported that animal protection was gaining ground. The number of animals being put down in shelters was slowly starting to decline, but healthy animals were still being killed. The issue became highly publicized after the tragic suicide of an animal shelter worker tasked with euthanizing a vast number of stray animals. This prompted the outcry for better conditions for both shelter animals and shelter workers.

While this does not fully address the greater problem of too many stray animals, it is a giant step in the right direction. The passing of this law saves thousands of animals from unnecessary deaths and improves the lives of those working to save them. Please sign this petition letter to let the Taiwan parliament know that you support their actions.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Legislative Yuan,

After two years of continued needless animal deaths, the Taiwan parliament finally upheld the law they passed banning the euthanasia of animals in shelters. This is great news for animals and animal advocates not only in Taiwan but all over the world.

This decision is a great step in the continued battle to provide animals with the rights they deserve. By banning the euthanasia of stray animals, you have provided them with a chance to live a better life. They will no longer be condemned to die because someone didn’t want to take care of them.

Thank you for standing up for animal welfare and setting an example for others. Thanks to this decision the number of needless deaths has been greatly diminished. I urge you to continue fighting for the animals.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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8 Comments

  1. Ruth Tranquillo says:

    THANK YOU!!

  2. HOPEFULLY someday the US will too become civilized! Civilized enough to protect animals,the environment, etc.!! Until then, which I hope will be very soon, congratulations!

  3. Good news! Thank you for caring for animals, Taiwan.

  4. Alice Knight says:

    This is absolutely the best news anyone could have asked for! I think it would be a good idea if the rest of the world would follow suit. Taiwan, you are TRAIL BLAZERS!
    lilypearl

  5. Kathryn Irby says:

    Thank you for banning euthanasia of these innocent, loving stray animals!! God Bless You.

  6. Gen Lovyet Agustsson says:

    its not a solution of death.

  7. Thankyou for caring all countries should be made to do same banned euthanasia animals. you are loving people

  8. Lisa Zarafonetis Lisa Zarafonetis says:

    Signed & Shared❗️😊
    Thank you. 👍🏼

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