What is Brighter Tomorrow?

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What is Brighter Tomorrow?

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Maxine Berry being interviewed before submitting justice for chunky petition to DEFRA

What is Brighter Tomorrow? Brighter Tomorrow is an extension of AAR – Animal Abuse Register / Justice for Chunky page on Facebook. Purpose of this site is allow individuals who are not typically on Facebook find us and for those on Facebook it provides information that may not always be easy to find. This site will contain the core information, not all of the news stories and updates you find on the Facebook site. Furthermore this site our supporters the opportunity to interact, ask questions, learn about the animal abuse register campaign; and to further understand our goal.

Next, there is another purpose to this site. Maxine, founder of the Justice for Chunky petition, wants to sell slime, soaps, candles, jewellery; and provide animal abuse register campaign items. Campaign related items will be similar to the Justice for Chunky t-shirts and coffee mugs that have been previously provided. However campaign related items will mean they will come from a third-party supplier. By being able to make these items for you, it will give Maxine of saying thank you for the support and hopefully it will allow you to feel a part of the campaign. Also, it will give you the change to buy something personally made by her and a chance to support the campaign.

Please bear with us, since additions to this will be over time and and it is our hope you will visit us regularly to see our offerings.

We look to see you back often.

Thank you for your support,

Maxine Berry

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Can You Spare 5 Minutes? 30 Ideas for Supporting the Animal Abuse Register [photos]

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Can You Spare 5 Minutes? 30 Ideas for Supporting the Animal Abuse Register

Change does not instantly happen.  Instead change is slow, sometimes with set-backs, other times there are delays and for change to occur it requires support. Over the last 18 months we have seen change slowly happen and an animal abuse register is quite possible, though not guaranteed. Currently we have over a half-million voices that have signed the petition calling for an animal abuse register in the UK. The more interest people take in helping the more likely the register can become a reality. To you, it may not seem possible that one person can make a difference but from what I have seen, I believe we all have the power to make a difference. Below is a list of 25 things you can do today to make a difference and contribute in helping us deliver the animal abuse register. Finally I encourage you to periodically check back because I may add to it or make changes.

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1.       Write your MP supporting the animal abuse register.

2.       Write your MP advising Animal Welfare Act 2006 advising Animal Welfare Act 2006 does not provide long enough sentencing for those who abuse animals

3.       Write your MP about the link between animal cruelty and if the individual is not stopped, the potential for them to commit more serious crimes.

4.       Write DEFRA supporting animal abuse register

5.       Write DEFRA advising Animal Welfare Act 2006 does not provide long enough sentencing for those who abuse animals.

6.       Write our PM supporting the animal abuse register

7.       Write our PM advising Animal Welfare Act 2006 does not provide long enough sentencing for those who abuse animals

8.       Write our PM about the link between animal cruelty and if the individual is not stopped, the potential for them to commit more serious crimes.

9.       Write the editor of your local paper supporting animal abuse register

10.   Write the editor of your local paper advising Animal Welfare Act 2006 does not provide long enough sentencing for those who abuse animals

11.   Write the editor of your local paper about the link between animal cruelty and if the individual is not stopped, the potential for them to commit more serious crimes.

12.   Attend a surgery of your local MP by discussing supporting the register

13.   Attend a surgery of your local MP to discuss the link between animal cruelty and if the individual is not stopped, the potential for them to commit more serious crimes.

14.   Sign the petition calling for an animal abuse register

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15.   Tweet about the need for animal abuse register, include @MaxineBerry40

16.   Tweet about the need to rewrite the Animal Welfare Act 2006 to include longer sentencing, include @MaxineBerry40

17.   Tweet about the link between animal cruelty and if the individual is not stopped, the potential for them to commit more serious crimes, include @MaxineBerry40

18.   If you are a member of a political party promote the idea of having an animal abuse register

19.   If you are a member of a political party promote the idea Animal Welfare Act 2006 needs to include longer sentences for those who abuse animals.

20.   If you are a member of a political party promote the need for register because those who abuse animal are more likely to commit more serious crimes if not stopped.

21.   Write to us at sales@brightertomorrow.info for a list of branded items for sale to help promote the call for an animal abuse register.

22.   Contribute to our cause calling for an animal abuse register by clicking on Donate button on this site.

23.   Visit our Facebook page for information

24.   Become involved in your local community regarding the care and treatment of animals

25.   Volunteer time at your local animal shelter.

26.   Attend a town-hall meeting ask candidates about their support for the animal abuse register

27.   Ask a candidate about their support for the animal register

28.  Write the news stations asking why they are not asking candidates about supporting the register

29.   Write the news stations asking why they are not leaders of political parties about their support for the register.

30.   Ask a candidate if they support tougher sentencing for those who abuse animals

 

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