This post is sponsored by The Animal Farm Foundation and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about the The Majority Project, but 4 the Love of Animals only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Animal Farm Foundation is not responsible for the content of this article.
When we first heard about The Majority Project, we knew we had to do our part to help spread the word. They seek to end BSL, breed specific legislation. Right now pit bulls are the target of these kinds of laws, but who knows what might happen in the future? What if your favorite breed was being discriminated against?
We know pit bull owners and they have such beautiful, loving dogs. We know what wonderful family pets they can be.
The Majority Project is a campaign founded by The Animal Farm Foundation. The Animal Farm Foundation, a non-profit group founded in the mid 1980s, aims to secure equal treatment and opportunity for “pit bull” dogs, eliminate Breed Specific Legislation, rescue and re-home animals and make grants to other humane organizations.
You can learn more by visiting their website, or following The Majority Project on Facebook and/or Twitter. You can also help spread the word and join with celebrities like actor and “pit bull” dog owner, Jon Bernthal and show your support of The Majority Project, a real-life photo collection of responsible pit bull dog pawrents, and other animal lovers that are working together get rid of negative stereotypes about pit bulls and the people who love them.
You and fellow dog lovers can help make a difference by:
- Visiting The Majority Project
- Printing and personalizing the “I am the MAJORITY” sign
- Submitting a photo with your dog here
Please join The Majority Project.
by Animal Farm Foundation