I wanted detailed answers to this question from the experts who examine legitimate petitions that address real problems For example, if I can get digital signatures from enough catl lovers all over America, would politicians outside of Florida listen to cat and dog lovers who want spaying and neutering to become mandatory? Even if the intended targets don't change their minds, would they at least start a discussion? What really constitutes a petition victory?

I think this webpage explains everything for those of you who might be interested in either signing or starting animal rights petitions - whether they are to elected represetatives, coroporations, small companies, or nonprofit groups.

http://billmoyers.com/story/sign-sav...ons-explained/



So if you want to start or sign a petition online, remember it is only effective in combination with offline activities, but has av real chance to make changes if done the right way.