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TURNING WALES PINK FOR LUCY’S LAW FILM

We live in an angry world; an often too sad world. But sometimes it’s important to take a step back and remember that every now and then, when we all come together with a common goal, regardless of our background, ethnicity, age, sex or political beliefs, we can make something good happen in the world.

We’re proud to be part of the Lucy’s Law team led by the force of nature that is the remarkable Marc Abraham. And we’re equally proud to be spearheading the campaign to bring Lucy’s Law to Wales. With your help we will do it! So we wanted to take a moment to share this film with you to say a huge ‘thank you’. Your spirit, your love, your passion for dogs and your belief in us to help us end puppy farming is what makes it possible for us to keep doing what we do every day. We hope you like our little film and will share it with your friends and family.

www.vimeo.com/341430328

As part of C.A.R.I.A.D.’s campaign for Lucy’s Law in Wales which included an official presentation at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay, a drop-in session for Assembly Members to meet puppy farm survivors, rallies and marches with dogs wearing Welsh flag bandanas, Councils across Wales also made it clear that the cruelty and exploitation of puppy farming had to stop. They put forward motions of support for the introduction of Lucy’s Law in Wales at Council meetings and by writing to the Cabinet Secretary, Lesley Griffiths urging the Welsh Government to do the right thing for the dogs. Lucy’s Law enjoys cross-party support in Wales, just as it has in England where Lucy’s Law is now officially on the statue books and comes into effect from April 2020. Lucy’s Law is a ban that applies to the selling of both puppies and kittens by third parties including pet shops and puppy dealers.

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