Albert Einstein once said "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results".

If we are ever going to try and stomp out animal abuse, we as a society need to change our attitudes and the way we behave. Uniting people against animal cruelty and creating zero tolerance is the way Paw Justice wants to tackle this problem. Patch up your pet and speak up for those that can't.

Pet owners and animal lovers have had enough of the number of animal abuse cases in New Zealand. The overwhelming response to recent cases reported in the media have shown that New Zealanders are ready to stand up and fight for the rights of those that have no voice.

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Paw Justice is an animal welfare charity whose goal is to unite pet owners and animal lovers in the fight against animal abuse by action, advocacy and education.

That is why we are calling on all pet owners to unite together with their pets and help us create the largest movement taking a stand against animal abuse in this country

The Paw Justice patch is a symbol to show that your pet is a member of an organization that believes animal cruelty is wrong and must be stopped. By your pet wearing this patch you have chosen to take on the responsibility of looking out for all other Paw Justice members. It is along way from the Cape to the Bluff so we need all the members to make a presence and be the eyes and ears in every town.

"Animals are reliable, many full of love, true in their affections, predictable in their actions, grateful and loyal. Difficult standards for people to live up to."

Paw Justice rewards and acknowledges responsible pet ownership and the love that caring pet owners have for their pets. 

Patch up your pet and give your pet a voice!

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Patch Up Your Pet © Paw Justice 2010. Paw Justice does not condone violence against animals or humans.
We do, however, believe in the judicial system being fair for all animals - those who do not have a voice.