Memorial for Oreo

A Dog Wrongly Executed by the ASPCA

It has come to attention that the ASPCA is having an event on Wednesday evening to memorialize Oreo, the young pit bull whose life was unjustly ended by the ASPCA on Friday, November 13, 2009.  The sheer audacity of the ASPCA is stunning and mind boggling.  They are going to grieve the passing of a dog that was tormented and abused and who was given no chance for salvation.


Please join Win Animal Rights as we hold a candlelight vigil at the ASPCA, for those who really truly mourn her passing.


WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 18th @ 7:00 PM

WHERE: ASPCA – 424 E. 92nd St.

Note: This candlelight vigil was arranged on short notice because of the event happening at the ASPCA tomorrow night.  Another event will be planned for a future date that will allow those that need more advanced notice to join us.

Please write to or phone Ed Sayres. Ask him how he can dare to hold a memorial for a dog who died because he was unwilling to consider alternatives. Ed Sayres made the decision to have Oreo killed and now he wants to have a memorial for her?  What gall!!!

Also, we have heard that Ed belives that the backlash will end in a day or two.  Apparently, he believes that the humane and animal advocacy movement will move on to the next atrocity.  Please help us prove to him that he is wrong and that the pressure is just beginning.

You can sign the petition calling for Ed Sayres’ resignation here:



One Response to “Memorial for Oreo”

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