Saturday, April 15, 2006

Flea Market Puppies

Berkeley Flea Market Ordinance to STOP the selling/giving away of cats, dogs, kittens, puppies is up for final reading Monday April 24th at 6 PM at the Berkeley County Adm Build on Hwy 52/Moncks Corner.

IT IS crucial WE GET AS MANY PEOPLE TO ATTEND AS POSSIBLE - NEED AT LEAST 100 or more TO SUPPORT DOC WILLIAMS SPCA , PET HELPERS & other shelters/rescue groups ON THIS ISSUE. We have worked many years to stop the selling or giving away of puppies, kittens, etc. at this Flea Market.

Berkeley Council passed an ordinance to STOP this almost two years ago, but then would not enforce it. It has come back up for consideration to KILL the ordinance after the Berkeley County Flea Market owner protested.

Jim Rozier, County Adm. called me this am and said it was IMPERATIVE we get as many people to that meeting as possible to get the council to re-approve this Ordinance and enforce it.

Almost always these animals are very sick, too young, and require large vet bills people don't want to pay , etc. The stories are many with much suffering.

If any questions, call me Pearl Sutton - 843-761-5266

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