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PROTECT WYOMING’S WILDLIFE FROM CRUELTY & TORTURE

You Can Draw the Line on Wildlife Cruelty

THE CHALLENGE:

WYOMING LAW DOESN'T FULLY PROTECT WILDLIFE

Wildlife Is Not Protected From Torture & Cruelty

Current Wyoming laws fail to protect wildlife from cruelty. Help us change that. Your involvement is crucial to securing a future where all wildlife are treated with dignity and respect.

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Shocking Incidents

The wolf torture incident in Daniel, WY, highlights the severe issue of wildlife cruelty in our state. Such incidents demand immediate and decisive action to prevent future occurrences.

Public Outrage

A significant majority of Wyomingites, guided by the Cowboy Code of Ethics, are outraged by these incidents. Recent polls indicate that 71% recognize the cruelty and 73% oppose using snowmobiles to harm predators.

Unethical Practices

The use of mechanized machines to chase and kill wildlife, including predators, is an unsportsmanlike and unethical practice that must be stopped. This behavior undermines the values and traditions of humane treatment in Wyoming.

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THE SOLUTION:

HELP DRAW THE LINE ON WILDLIFE CRUELTY

Be A Hero For These Amazing Creatures

We have a clear plan to advocate for change and protect these magnificent creatures:

  1. Educate the public about the lack of protections.

  2. Mobilize supporters to contact their legislators.

  3. Raise awareness through media and community engagement.

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WHO WE ARE

WYOMINGITES PROTECTING WYOMING WILDLIFE

Our Mission Is To Draw The Line On Animal Cruelty

The Wyoming Wildlife Campaign (WWC) is dedicated to addressing and preventing animal cruelty in our state. Sparked by the wolf torture incident in Daniel, Wyoming, our Wyoming Draws the Line campaign reflects our commitment to outlawing the abuse of wild animals. Guided by the principle 'Know where to draw the line' from the Wyoming Cowboy Code of Ethics, we strive to embody the humane treatment of animals that is cherished by most Wyomingites."

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Sign up to join our email and text list. ​​Stay connected with our efforts to inform the public about the gaps in current wildlife protection laws and create lasting change that ensures the safety and well-being of Wyoming’s wildlife.​

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