Pup Aid’s call for a ban on the sale of puppies and kittens if their mothers are not present has been scheduled for debate in Parliament on Thursday 4 September.
Pup Aid founder Marc Abraham will be handing in his ‘Where’s Mum?’ e-petition that morning at 10 Downing Street and Marc is planning something special for dog owners outside Parliament to mark the occasion!
Pup Aid wants dog-lovers to write to their MPs, asking them to support the campaign and attend the debate in Parliament. Learn more about how you can lobby your MP and download a draft letter template at www.pupaid.org
● Pup Aid’s main annual London fund-raising event to raise awareness of the horrific puppy farming trade, will be taking place a couple of days later on Saturday 6 September. It’s a great day out for all the family, four-legged and two-legged, with canine attractions galore, and a Scruffts heat with celebrity judges.
Venue: Primrose Hill Park, just off Regents Park Road. The nearest tube station is Chalk Farm and the best entrance is at the corner of Regents Park Road and Albert Terrace.