For the past week, Lauren Meister's adopted rescue dog, Spike, has been spreading a message to West Hollywood voters: our human lives are made better because of our animal friends, and animal rights matter.
Animal Welfare advocate Ed Buck agrees. Endorsing Lauren Meister this week, Buck made it clear: "If my dog could vote… it’s Meister."
Because our animal friends bring people together, Lauren Meister wants to build more dog parks and places for them to play.
Because our animal friends help and heal, Lauren Meister wants to protect tenant rights and promote pet-friendly housing with a pet-friendly residential referral list.
Because our animal friends cannot protect themselves, Lauren Meister has advocated creating an animal abuser registry to prevent pet adoptions by those with a history of animal abuse.
As your West Hollywood City Councilmember, Lauren Meister will continue advocating for animal rights, just as she has fought for residents' rights.
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