It’s been a year since Lennox was killed by the Belfast City Council.  Lennox was an American Bulldog mix that was taken from his home because he looked like a pitbull, a breed type that is banned in Northern Ireland.  He’d lived without incident as part of the Barnes family for five years. He had [...]

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In Memory Of Lennox

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Doris Banham Dog Rescue urgently need help to raise funds for Chance, a beautiful greyhound who was found as a stray with a broken leg. The charity are hoping to raise £1000.00 to cover Chance’s on going medical care. Doris Banham Dog Rescue are also currently still trying to reach the amount of £5,000 for [...]

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Lennox would have been 8 years old today. Please remember him. Lennox brought many amazing people together, opened millions of eyes to the cruelty of Belfast City Council and Breed Specific Legislation, helped many other animals through his own sacrifice and continues to do so through each of you. Lennox’s own death and treatment caused [...]

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In Memory Of Sarah, A Dedicated Lennox Supporter, Relentless Anti BSL Campaigner & A Friend To Many. “Sleep Tight Sarah, Forever Remembered” 1975 – 2013

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Where Is His Collar?

On December 1, 2012 By Save Lennox

In July 2012 a murder took place in Belfast, a legal murder, but does that make it right? Lennox was a loving family pet sentenced to death just because the untrained Belfast City Council dog warden and court didn’t like the way he looked, as if this wasn’t bad enough his family were refused a [...]

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Announcing the launch of The Lennox Campaign winter appeal. Give a warm hug from Lennox this Christmas and take part in the “Warm Cold Nose” event by donating blankets, toys or food to your local animal rescue shelter in Lennox’s name. So many dogs and cats spend the winter and Christmas period in kennels waiting [...]

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The Lennox Campaign, Admin, friends and family wish to offer their deepest condolences to the Manseau family circle and friends following the untimely and deeply regretted death of Mrs Edith Manseau. Some followers may already now be aware that Chum and Champ recently won temporary reprieve to return home until the next court hearing to [...]

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