Louth County Councillors and Animal Cruelty Issues

4 Nov

Political Views / Councillors

The views of councillors in relation to hare coursing, foxhunting and other animal cruelty issues. Please contact councillors and urge them to push for a ban on hunting, coursing, greyhound racing and all activities involving cruelty to animals. If councillors express support for activities involving animal cruelty, please let them know that their stance will affect your future voting decisions.

Cllr Kevin Callan (Independent, Louth County Council)
At a meeting of Drogheda Borough Council in 2012, Cllr Callan proposed a motion to ban wild animal-act circuses from using public borough land.

Cllr Maria Doyle (Fine Gael, Louth County Council)
“I am most certainly against blood sports.” from an email to ICABS, June 2015

Cllr John McGahon (Fine Gael, Louth County Council)
“Is it acceptable to be excited about a new tie? I want to wear it while
hunting in the countryside! #ascottie #ducks” Twitter, 25 December 2015.

Cllr Erin McGreehan (Fianna Fail, Louth County Council)
“Litter is a scourge on our beautiful countryside. It threatens the health of bio-diversity and animal health. Most people respect our landscape and the flora and fauna that live in our countryside.” from a Facebook post, 25 March 2019.

Contact Louth County Councillors and ask them where they stand on animal cruelty issues. Find contact details at https://www.louthcoco.ie/en/louth_county_council/membership/

If you are a Councillor and wish to provide a statement outlining your views on animal cruelty issues, please email it to us at info@banbloodsports.com

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