SECOND NATIONAL PROTEST & DEMO AGAINST KILL POUNDS IN AMERICA - HOME BASE QUEENS

New York Animal Rights Alliance America now embarks on our next to impossible mission:  The Second National Protest Against Kill Pounds in America.  We seek to have an activist at one pound or shelter in every state in America.  Its my vision and our group is making it a reality.  Home base is New York.  I will be at the Queens Receiving Center in Rego Park NY for the New York Animal Care and Control facility to inform the people of Queens that they do not have an animal shelter for cats and dogs in Queens or the Bronx which means overcrowding in Manhattan and Brooklyn and sure death for most animals that enter.  Just recently a family had their beloved dog get loose, entered the pound in Manhattan at 8PM and was killed by the staff at 2AM (because the dog had "trouble breathing").  A perfectly healthy 80 pound dog murdered at the hands of the evil kill pound system that is the tragedy in America today.

Please join us on November 12th in Queens.  Law 0655 was just passed in NYC by Christine Quinn and the city council by a vote of 46-4.  We must rally the people of NYC to unseat those council elected officials who voted for this rag bill that negates their humane responsibility to our precious dogs and cats. 

Nothing like this has been ever been done before in NYC where we seek to rally a voting coalition of 10,000 animal welfare and animal rights activists right here in NY.  Lets be the trailblazers of the 21st century in NY, let's be the ones, in red shirts, and signs and flyers (our weapons against animal abusers) to effect revolution and get this uprising off the ground.

Please call me any evening, I am Kay Riviello, co-founder of the New York Animal Rights Alliance America, at (845)[masked] or write [masked].  Please no anonymous contacts.  Please let me know that you are ready and willing to stand beside us and bring animal rights into the consciousness of the average American so that someday an animal will be granted rights in a court of law.  Please contact me, thank you.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Was awesome!!! There was a band of singers that was awesome. The hair salon we were in front of posted our signs in their windows!! Cars were honking in support! Animals were adopted! Kay Rivello Rocked it! What a great leader!!!!!

    November 15, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    i WILL be there today! can't wait to stand for animals who give US so much loe

    1 · November 12, 2011

  • Kay R.

    Jo-Lynn! : ))) Thank you Lori, cant wait to meet Mama and take pics!! Thank you Wendy, def bring the baby, there is plenty of room there to park and spread out!!

    October 28, 2011

  • Lori S.

    Im coming down from CT with my son and his girlfriend. We adopted Mama from Manhattan Shelter in July. We attended the first march in Brooklyn this past summer. Will wear a red coat hat and making a new sign. +3 faces to be counted in

    1 · October 27, 2011

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