Do you feel your 2nd amendment gives you the right to buy guns? Then you are not eligible to adopt a pet from this animal shelter. Because you have to support gun restrictions in order to adopt an abandoned dog.

Here’s what the Shelter Hope Pet Shop in Thousand Oaks, CA, said in a statement posted to its website in May:

“We do not support those who believe that the 2nd amendment gives them the right to buy assault weapons.”

“If your beliefs are not in line with ours, we will not adopt a pet to you.” 

“Our community of Thousand Oaks became part of all the other cities in America, now scarred with the reputation of a mass killing. The shooter that killed 12 innocent humans at The Borderline Bar, came to our shop for community service hours. We believe he had scouted many locations and we were one of them. We changed our policy about volunteering after that incident, but now we feel confident to go even further than that.”

Yes, you read it right, this ‘woke’ California animal shelter now uses the 2nd amendment as an excuse in adopting abandoned dogs.

Here’s what Karen Sill, the owner of Shelter Pet Shop, writes:

“If you hesitate, because your core belief is that you believe teachers need to carry firearms, then you will not get approved to adopt from us. If you foster for us and believe in guns, please bring our dogs and/or cats back, or we will arrange to have them picked up.”

Kim Sill attends the 'Saved in America' red carpet screening and Q&A at the Regency Theater on August 15, 2015 in Agoura Hills, California.

Kim Sill, seen here in 2015, is the owner of the Shelter Hope Pet Shop in Thousand Oaks.

Additional requirements for providing a fur-ever home include being at least 25 and having a current driver’s license. The Shelter Hope Pet Shop will also inspect the domiciles of the applicants to see if they’ll provide a safe and loving environment for their animals, which presumably includes making sure they pass the gun stance background checks.

In fact, the shelter pledged: “If you lie about being a [National Rifle Association] supporter, make no mistake, we will sue you for fraud.”

100 Percent Fedup commented:

Sill completes her radical statement to the potential dog and cat adoptive parents with a note about how gun and ammunition manufacturer Remington just settled a lawsuit for 73 million with Sandy Hook parents who sued them.” Still, the lawsuit “didn’t stop the recent mass shootings,” so Sill is hoping her Stalinist efforts will make the change necessary to stop bad people from killing other people.

Meanwhile, the National Rifle Association called the anti-gun requirement ludicrous.

“Having this asinine political litmus test comes at the expense of needy and homeless dogs and cats,” NRA spokeswoman Amy Hunter said.

Source: 100percentfedup

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