A Wimberly man lost a dozen or so chickens to two dogs. They were caught by trail-cam, and eventually picked up. The chickens were in their coop, and the dogs broke into the coop. He has only two birds out of 20 left. He tried chasing off the dogs, but they came back later. The owner of one of those dogs has started a huge campaign to change the laws so that a dog that kills someone's chickens is no longer subject to being put down, because her dog (a golden lab/pit bull mix) was put down. Many of the people responding to this campaign have said "It's just a chicken. It's just in the dog's nature." They have been aggressive and insensitive to the losses suffered by this man in Wimberly. As if "we're planning to pay for the birds" is more than enough. Haven't heard anyone in the media speaking up for the man who had birds murdered & that's a pitiful shame. It's important for lawmakers to hear people speak up on behalf of any domestic animals that might be killed by a dog at large. Please help get the word out.