White House Makes it Easy to Petition for Bigfoot Safety

Posted by: Guy Edwards on November 14th, 2012

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Yes, You can go to the White House website and Petition to protect Bigfoot

On November 13, 2012, Ken N. of Chesterfield, MO started a petition on the White House website. The petition is simply asking the Obama administration to “Recognize the cryptid species known as Bigfoot as an endangered species in the United States of America.”

The petition created by Ken is as follows:

Recognize the cryptid species known as Bigfoot as an endangered species in the United States of America.

The cryptid known as Bigfoot should be here on out recognized as an endangered species by the Obama administration and the United States of America.

Bigfoot also known as the “Sasquatch or Yeti” is in danger of becoming extinct.

We the people petition the Obama administration to recognize “Bigfoot” or “Sasquatch” as an American species of animal.

We plea with the Obama administration to recognize Bigfoot or Sasquatch as an American species of animal as soon as possible and put it on the endangered species list.

Research is an ongoing effort in the field of studying this creature, and one day it will be discovered and shown to the American public.

Please join our effort in recognizing this creature as an endangered species that needs to be saved!

Created: Nov 13, 2012

Issues: Agriculture, Environment

Click this link to Petition to Protect Bigfoot!

Want to know how this works? Get all the details at Bigfoot Lunch Club.

Guy Edwards About Guy Edwards
Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic. Guy Edwards is host of the Portland, OR event HopsSquatch.com.

4 Responses to “White House Makes it Easy to Petition for Bigfoot Safety”

  1. DWA responds:

    Well, OK, this might not be the way I’d go about it.

    But the idea is on the right track.

    Scientists who believe the evidence indicates a species that exists but awaits classification could make the case for provisional acknowledgement.

    We won’t know why the reticence – and continued acquiesence in ridicule, which is inexcusable – in the scientific community exists, or what can break it, until an effort is made to put this on the table.

    Were I one of the scientists who believes there’s something out there I’d like to confirm as real before I, you know, die, I’d want to bring some colleagues together to talk about this. Waiting for the body on the slab hasn’t worked, and anyone cognizant of the evidence would be justified in wondering: why continue waiting for something no one is looking for?

  2. Goodfoot responds:

    I keep sayin’ it: they don’t need our help one bit. We need theirs However, getting official recognition does have its good points. But not for our self-validation! That’s just ego talkin’!

  3. Raiderpithicusblaci responds:

    This is a fantastic start. We, the Cryptomundians, should All sign this petition now. I believe it was Washington or Oregon that passed just such a law, punishable by fine, jail, or both. C’mon, people, let’s get behind this (do it for the big guy!).

  4. shmargin responds:

    We’re 1/609th of the way there!

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