legislative session ends soon, and TIME
IS RUNNING OUT for SB 295 to move forward. We will lose the
fight for Texas dogs to have adequate shelter and humane restraints if SB 295
isn’t voted out of the House Calendars committee in the next 3 days.
need you to speak up loudly to your Representative and because time is so sort,
we are asking you to deliver your message through every possible channel. If
you have called before, please call again! If you have emailed before, please
need to deliver this message:
dogs of Texas are running out of time. As your constituent, I’m asking you to
please help us get SB 295 out of Calendars Committee and to the House floor
many bills running out of time, elected officials are hearing from lots of
people around the clock. But we need them to hear from us! Here are some
examples of how to break through the noise and reach your representative:
Phone: Please go here and
put in your address. Hit enter and you will click on your Texas
State House Representative to find their phone number in the Austin Capitol office (512
area code). Identify yourself as a constituent and
ask them to please support and speak up for SB295.
Twitter: Find your Texas State House
Representative’s Twitter handle here and
send them a tweet asking them to please support and speak up for
SB295 and help get it out of the Calendars Committee (feel free to include
a picture of a dog on a chain or without shelter!)
Facebook: Please go to your Texas State
House Representative’s page and first “Like” the page if you haven’t
already. Then, if the page allows it, post a message asking them to
please support and speak up for SB295 and add a brief personal message.
NextDoor: Post a message about SB295
letting people know they need to contact their Texas State House
Representative in Austin and post this link: https://www.thln.org/contact-legislator
are most effective if you are brief, to the point and respectful.
We know you’ve heard from us a lot, but your help has never been more
important. The deadline is quickly approaching.
you for all you do for the animals of Texas –