Dogs Allegedly Beaten by Daycare Employee Deserve Justice

Target: Diana Becton, District Attorney of Contra Costa County, California

Goal: Prosecute and prevent further alleged animal cruelty at pet daycares.

Shocking footage from a dog daycare in Danville reveals alleged severe mistreatment of dogs by a former employee. The distressing videos allegedly show the employee hitting and verbally abusing vulnerable animals. These acts, reportedly caught on camera, have sparked outrage and a call for stringent legal consequences.

In the videos, one dog is allegedly slapped on the head while being called derogatory names; another small dog is reportedly threatened with violence. These clips, which appeared on social media, prompted an immediate community backlash and an investigation by local authorities. The employee, identified as Cassidy Gill, has been charged with animal cruelty.

The need for action is clear. The alleged mistreatment captured on these videos not only raises concerns about the lack of oversight at such facilities but also underscores the urgent need for systemic changes to protect defenseless animals. Ensure such apparent cruelty is not repeated, and those responsible are held accountable.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear DA Diana Becton,

We write to express our grave concern and to demand immediate action regarding the alleged animal cruelty at Hollywood Pets, a dog daycare in Danville. Recently surfaced videos show a former employee reportedly abusing dogs in her care. This alleged behavior is not only unacceptable but also criminal.

These alleged acts of cruelty, which involved hitting and cursing at dogs, were reportedly captured on video and have since drawn significant public attention and condemnation. The employee in question has been charged, but we urge a thorough review of regulatory practices surrounding animal care in such facilities to prevent future incidents.

We request that you ensure the strict enforcement of animal welfare laws and consider implementing stricter oversight for pet care facilities. It is essential that those who mistreat animals are held accountable and that robust measures are in place to protect animals from future harm.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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