With just a few moments of your time, you can prevent painful suffering and save the lives of dogs, cats and innocent wildlife in your neighbourhood.
Every year hundreds of domestic and wild animals require emergency medical care to combat the deadly effects of poison. Wildlife like owls and other raptors are some of the animals most likely to be the unintended victims of poison. Any animal that hunts or eats rodents could ingest poison and then suffer the same, slow, painful death of bleeding out internally. This poison is not meant for them, but is widely used in rodent bait boxes around homes, parks, and businesses – public spaces that any animal might access. Click here to tell local leaders that protecting the health of our animals matters.