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The cat and dog owners of Lilies Corner are getting the message loud and clear.
A petition on Change.org calling for the Trump Administration to immediately halt all killings of domestic animals has been signed by more than 500,000 people, with more than 6,000 of them calling on the Trump to reverse his plans.
“The Trump administration’s plan to ban all domestic animal slaughter and euthanasia, which has been announced by President Trump, is inhumane and cruel,” the petition reads.
“It will cause needless suffering, and there is no way for us to live together in peace.”
The petition was launched by two local owners, Amy and Peter Cates, and their five-year-old Lily.
They told Fox News they have been keeping a close eye on the issue of killing cats and dogs, but have never thought about what to do if their pet was attacked.
They said they don’t know what to say to anyone, and would rather go through their own healing process to come to terms with what they have experienced.
“We have been trying to talk to people and get them to speak up,” Amy said.
“We just don’t have a lot of power to do anything,” she said. “
What can we do to change people’s minds?”
“We just don’t have a lot of power to do anything,” she said.
They also believe the animal slaughter ban will only get worse under President Trump.
“If Trump decides to take away the rights of the American people, he will destroy our ability to protect our animals,” Amy Cates said.
Lilies corner, in south Houston, has a population of roughly 100 cats and a dog population of around 40.
The cats and dog population in the neighborhood is about the same.
“This is the third time in our life we have killed a cat and the dog, and it happened in the summer of 2016,” Amy told FoxNews.com.
“So we’ve been thinking about how to deal with it.”
Amy and her husband Peter were raising the dogs, who they named Liliana and Molly, on their own property.
They say they had a dog that they would take out to play with, and when it was no longer needed, they decided to kill the cat, which was a cross between a cat-dog mix and a cat.
They killed the cat in the backyard.
The family then went to a local vet and the cat was put down.
Amy said she didn’t know about the killing ban until she received a letter from the vet saying it was illegal to kill animals in the U.S. They received a cease-and-desist letter from an animal rights group last week and are now fighting back.
Amy and Pete said they are prepared to fight for their rights, even if it means going through the legal process.
“They are not just going to take our pets away,” Amy explained.
“But they are also going to get more vicious and more vicious animals.”
They also are planning to get a restraining order against the president and his team, who are in charge of the ban.
“These animals are going to be euthanized,” Amy stated.
“In the next four to six months, we are going the same way we are in the beginning of our lives, so I have no choice but to be with them.”
The family has also planned to file a lawsuit against the government in court.
“Right now, we have no idea what is going to happen,” Amy added.
“For those of us who are doing this, we’re all on the same boat. “
It’s going to have a big impact on us, and we’re going to see a lot more violence coming our way.” “
For those of us who are doing this, we’re all on the same boat.
It’s going to have a big impact on us, and we’re going to see a lot more violence coming our way.”
The Cates’ are not alone in their opposition to the killing of animals.
Last year, more than 50,000 animals were killed by humans in the United States, according to a study by the Humane Society of the United Kingdom.
That was more than triple the number killed by dogs in 2016, and more than six times the number of cats killed in 2016.
The study also found that the number one reason that animals were targeted by humans was for their fur.
The animals most often killed by people were black cats, according the study.
In addition, the study found that people also killed animals in rural areas, especially in states where hunting was banned, and that people were much more likely to kill small animals than large ones.
In 2017, there were 7,621,726 animals killed worldwide, according a report by the Pew Research Center.
About 80 percent of those were cats and 40 percent were dogs.
The U.N. has estimated that between 50 to 70 million people are killed every year by people in the country.
The United Nations estimates