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 June 16, 2008 11:50 AM

(created, by 2002, most powerful biotech on Earth: may slave even brains of people. INduction to suicide, torture, physical damage, brain washing, genital muitlation(mine in 2005), are a few of the allowances of the machine. Pls sign lists and sed ot Congress in Brazil case you want to help)

foi criado no mundo, em 2002, o biotech mais poderoso que algum dia ja existiu, do qual me tornei vitima em 2003 pelas maos de Agnella Ricci Terra, mae de Joao Carlos Ricci Terra, um dos cabecas disso tudo.
Dividiram o mundo entre os que `tinham direito a ter direito' e os que `nao tinham direito e a coisa alguma e deveriam ser escravizados'.
Entra pelo ouvido se quiserem te matar ou destruir seu cerebro/comandar.
Uma geringonca do inferno. Sergio BAstos, do jiu jitsu carioca, nao so sabe disso tudo, mas participa ativamente de sessoes de tortura, lavagem cerebral, mutilacao genital, escravidao, roubo intelectual, e etc, perpretadas contra mim desde 2004.
Nao fiz nada de errado.
Poderia ajudar conseguindo confissao dele imediata antes da minha morte cerebral como consequencia dos crimes deles, 24 horas por dia contra mim...
Sergio Bastos tem aparencia similar a do Falcon...antigo heroi de revistinha, so que faz o oposto.
Ajuda, por favor.
Congresso brasileiro, tambem pode ajudar pedindo que facam CPI do crime organizado com poligrafo de imediato sobre acusados nominais de 2004.
New Jersey State Police, Joao Carlos Ricci Terra, cidadao americano...
ajuda como puder...
type msorfiap2
type p49and50
click over msorfiap
print, read, catalogue, am sure there is a lot of interest nobody knows...several people died with nobody knowing they were induced to suicide...
(desculpa...mas deve falar ingles...meu cerebro muito cansado, sendo bombardeado 24 horas por dia desde 2004, por dentro do meu proprio corpo...realmente nao acreditaria no que familiares sem escrupulos sao capazes de fazer pelo dinheiro que pertence aos outros)
take CTs of own heads, perhaps you already are...
I wish you to defend the following:
1) euthanasia for everyone on Earth who applies for it, even via computer: suffices psychometric test to prove coherence of discourse, persistence of intent, and full awareness of consequences. Notice that Medicine is always making mistakes, really huge, and causing enormous rates of even deaths with them. Imagine Psychiatry..the level of incompetence in everyone in every profession on Earth is outrageous...if a person classified officially, even, as mentally ill, is able to prove, via 3 psychometric sets of test, sent via post, spaced by 3 months each, that they have all that, why would they not be able to decide on their lives?
the other thing is that the government should also give the person a prize, for excess of people and shortage of all, specially jobs, is what causes them trouble and makes them spend a lot in social welfare...this way, the individual is helping the government to save money. That the government then gives them a sentence in an ethernal book, last one, a wish to be made possible by it, which may include sharing expenses with individual, if above certain level of costs for it to be possible.
2) death penalty for absolutely any person proved to have committed crimes of slavery, brain washing, torture, genital mutilation, over someone else, even if with only liar detector.
There is no reason for cruelty in crime. If someone wants to kill, they may be merciful with the innocent victim...if there is cruelty, that we kill the person, who is a monster. I would be happy enough if I could die with my beautiful and perfect face, body, brains, hair, life, of 2001, when I was happy, instead of going dying slowly, progressively deprived frmo my body normal functions, progressively injured in my own organism, in top inflicted pain and suffering each and every second...
3) CPI with liar detector in Brazil immediately (am sure suffices international people calling...), NJ state police...
4) liar detector valid as 100% proof for anything on Earth, and person being obliged to accept it if the government is investigating them...applied to the person denouncing will save moral loss to the innocent accused via defamation, applied to those being accused, it will save time and resources, and provide government with best outcome (more reliable, scientifically proven).
Pls least now...
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 March 28, 2008 8:08 AM

let's save the Bornean Clouded Leopard:

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 March 28, 2008 3:28 AM

CI will deliver this petition to government and business leaders at the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October. By signing the petition, you’re telling government leaders to incorporate forest protection into their national policies on climate change for the good of our species, our climate, and our selves:

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anonymous  February 16, 2008 9:06 AM

A desperad plea for more signature’s! Signing alone is good but not enough! Please forward this message and cross post in other groups so we can truly make a difference.

I would like to ask everyone to sign my petition against the monsters who throw animals to the ground and then skin them ALIVE for their fur.  If you have time please watch the film (not for sensitive souls) and send it to all your friends.  The film is just a horror show and it needs to stop now I have put a lot of time into this but there are just not enough signatures yet to make a difference.

You can do even more by

1) putting this message in your own group or crossposting in other Care2 or myspace groups. 

2) Copy & paste  the URL’s displayed below, or you can find it at the petition site itself next to the video and above the picture of the fox, and create a banner for the petition

3) Put the link for this petition on your billboard on your personal petition site, and don't forget to forward, forward, forward!!!

URL; (only if the website where you want to put it supports JavaScript, unlike myspace, if not try step 2)

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anonymous  January 02, 2008 10:13 AM


While doing research on the illegal wildlife trade I ran across this and broke my heart and made me agry at the same time. If it doesn't for you than there is something wrong. Please fill out the petition and send immediately. Thank you. Watch the videos too. There are about 6-7  but well worth the watch.

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anonymous  December 27, 2007 10:39 AM

Dear Tammy,

As we approach the end of 2007, we wanted to share with you some special accomplishments from this year:

Increasing the protected panda habitat in the Minshan to over 5 million acres in 2007, safeguarding 86% of panda habitat in these mountains.

Reducing fishing pressure in the fragile Arctic by convincing the North Pacific Fisheries Council to close parts of the Arctic Ocean to virtually all commercial fishing.

Discovering a new population of endangered grey-shanked doucs in Vietnam.

These successes are just three from a long list of incredible milestones in 2007 that couldn't have been reached without your ongoing support.

Thanks to you, we've been able to reverse some of the degradation of our planet's natural environment and we've worked to build a future in which human needs are met in harmony with nature. Take a look at what you've helped us achieve:

We created millions of acres of new protected areas in endangered places, from forest corridors in the Amazon to prairie in the Northern Great Plains. WWF helped Russia establish two new national parks in key tiger habitat. Covering 419,000 acres, these are the first parks in the region to balance conservation and recreational uses. Their creation is the result of years of research and advocacy by the WWF team in Vladivostok.

We gave a voice to endangered species around the world. In February, leaders of the three Bornean governments--Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia--signed the historic "Heart of Borneo" declaration to conserve and sustainably manage one of the most important centers of biological diversity in the world. The declaration is a lifeline for Borneo's rain forests, which are threatened by unsustainable logging, forest fires and conversion to plantations. Every year an area of forest nearly the size of New Jersey is lost, and today only half of Borneo's original forest remains. The island is home to 13 primate species, over 350 bird species, 150 reptile and amphibian species and around 15,000 plant species. It also continues to be the source of many new discoveries; more than 50 new species were discovered here in 2006 alone.

We promoted sustainable approaches to the use of renewable natural resources. Quirimbas National Park is now the largest marine protected area in the Indian Ocean and Africa. Over the past few years, fishermen in what once was Mozambique's poorest province have seen dramatic increases in both the size of individual fish and the overall catch--and, consequently, in their earnings--thanks to the park. The government of Mozambique has now asked WWF to help design a much bigger marine protected area.

We empowered companies to understand and reduce their environmental footprint. WWF partnered with the Coca-Cola Company to take action to save freshwater resources around the world. Coca-Cola has pledged to replace very drop of water used in their beverages and their production. In addition, the company is working with WWF to conserve seven of the world's most important river basins, such as the Southeastern United States. Leading by example  [report anonymous abuse]  [ accepted]

anonymous ALERT: Missouri Contributes to Exotic Pet Trade? December 08, 2007 2:32 PM

Missouri Contributes to Exotic Pet Trade? 2:14 PM

Okay Folks I was doing some research on animal rights in the state of Missouri where I live this is one thing that really surprised me. Please read this and give me your input. I need your help to contact Missouri senators and representatives about this bill. I hate to think the state of Missouri is supporting or encouraging the wildlife trade.


Status: Did Not Pass
HB 901 Details     Sponsor: Representative Mike Sutherland
SB 206 Supports

This repeat bill would have provided much-needed regulation of large carnivo res (lions, tigers and bears). Missouri is quickly falling behind neighboring states in adopting comprehensive regulation, making our state a haven for exotic animal trafficking (Kansas passed a relatively good law last year). Unfortunately, this bill did not prohibit breeding and the sale of these dangerous animals; it gave permitting authority to the Department of Agriculture. The Alliance supported this bill while working to strengthen certain provisions. This year, we received a hearing in the Senate for the first time, but despite our great lineup of witnesses, the bill did not get a hearing in the House.

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anonymous  December 07, 2007 7:00 AM

5 December 2007

In one of the biggest wildlife cases this decade, the Special Task Force of the Uttar Pradesh Police with the assistance of the Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI) seized three tiger skins and three tiger skeletons in Allahabad on Tuesday, 4th December 2007.

Sixteen people were arrested, including wildlife trader Shabeer Hasan Qureshi who is an accused in at least four major wildlife cases.  In particular, Qureshi is the prime accused in the January 2000 case in Khaga, UP, when four tiger skins, 70 leopard skins and a huge haul of other wildlife products were seized. Three other traders were arrested along with two tiger poachers and ten women couriers who belong to the Baheliya community.

The case is a landmark for wildlife enforcement as it includes the arrest of the three key elements of the killing of wild tigers: buyers, poachers and couriers.

“This is a major breakthrough in the fight against wildlife crime in India”, said Belinda Wright, Executive Director of WPSI. “Qureshi is the biggest buyer of tiger products in India today. We are delighted with this case and have nothing but praise for the way in which it was handled by the Special Task Force of the Uttar Pradesh Police. They succeeded by using intelligence-led enforcement which is the only way to effectively tackle this growing menace”, she added. The operation was led by Superintendent of Police, STF, Mr Amitabh Yash, and STF’s Deputy Superintendent of Police, Mr Aravind Chaturvedi.

Preliminary investigations indicate that one of the tigers was killed in Kanha Tiger Reserve in the state of Madhya Pradesh, and another in Tadoba Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra. It is not known where the third tiger came from.

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anonymous  December 06, 2007 10:50 AM

Dear Tammy,

I speak for my colleagues here in the United States as well as on the frontlines in Asia when I say that we appreciate all that you've done to protect wildlife in danger this year.

Your efforts played a leading role in Wildlife Alliance's accomplishments defending severely threatened wild animals like elephants, tigers, and leopards from serious threats like poaching, illegal trafficking and habitat destruction.

As a token of our thanks, I would like to share with you an insider's look at our work.  Check out this short video from the CNN Planet in Peril documentary about Wildlife Alliance's work protecting wild tigers in Cambodia. Our work fighting wildlife crime and protecting some of the world's most vulnerable animal species is made possible by your generous support, day in and day out.

We have bold plans for 2008. And we hope you will continue to stand by our side as we expand our work protecting wild animals like Siberian tigers and Asian elephants.

Thanks for all of your support and have a happy and healthy holiday season.


Michael Zwirn
Director of US Operations

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anonymous  November 30, 2007 12:46 PM

URL from USA Today about tigers and tourism.  [report anonymous abuse]  [ accepted]
anonymous By Dusty November 27, 2007 4:54 PM

Dec 31st is final day for signing!!!! 2:04 PM

Many Species of Great Cats and Rare Dogs and Wolves are in Danger of Vanishing!

Congress is about to debate the Great Cats and Rare Canids Act of 2007 -- H.R. 1464 and S. 1033.

These simple bills will enable the U.S. government to help save 26 of the world's species of great cats and wild canines. These magnificent predators, like clouded leopards, jaguars, and Asian wild dogs, are declining drastically due to habitat loss, poaching, disease, and conflict with humans for scarce resources.

This measure will guarantee critical American support for conservation work around the world, in the effort to reverse the continued devastating de cline of these species, and prevent eventual extinction. And it will fund the work of organizations including Wildlife Alliance, who are working hard to protect wildlife on the front lines.  Sign HERE

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Signed & Thank You July 14, 2007 6:19 AM

All signed folks.  Just wanted to say thank you for making it so easy to block sign and for obviously bringing all these to our attention.

with hugs

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Sita the Inspirational tigress needs our help! June 07, 2007 3:16 PM  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Stop the Tiger Trade June 01, 2007 1:12 PM

WWF Passport - Action Alert

Dear Iain,

Next week delegates from 171 countries will be assembling in the Netherlands for a meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. This is the world's biggest wildlife treaty, with nearly every country in the world a member.

Amongst the topics expected to be discussed is whether China will lift its successful ban on domestic trade of tiger parts.

Reopening even a limited legal trade would reignite a demand for wild tiger products and spark an open season on tigers in the wild. We need to send a strong, clear and powerful message to the world that this simply cannot happen.

There are 2 simple actions you can take to help protect tigers:

1. If you haven't already done so add your photo to the tiger photo mosaic. We will publicly present the mosaic at the meeting and show the world's support for tiger conservation

2. Send a message to China. Ask China to keep its tiger trade ban in place. Your views will be personally conveyed to China's leaders.

If you've already completed both actions thank you! But there is still more you can do! Please forward this email onto your friends, family and co-workers. The more people who take action, the more powerful our voice will be and the greater the chance we have or making a difference.

With your help we can end the tiger trade.

Thank you,

WWF International

 Siberian tiger
More than 20,000 people have added their photo to the tiger mosaic.
There is still time to add yours!

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No problem Elle! June 01, 2007 1:10 PM

No problem Elle! this does happen a lot.Its always a good idea to change the e-mail title because if you do not it will just get ignored.Send one to your countries Chinese Embassy which is usually in the capital but not always.Be creative with it!


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Sorry.... May 20, 2007 2:26 PM

That was not a petition.....

An Action Alert to send an e-mail.

Mine was just returned -like all e-mail to the embassy.

This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

Unable to deliver message to the following recipients, due to being
unable to connect successfully to the destination mail server.

 How do we get them to listen....???

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Tiger Petition May 20, 2007 11:14 AM

International Fund for Animal Welfare Tiger Petition (This is the IFAW Petition, not the petition site one.....)

Ask China to keep its tiger trade ban in place.

Ask China to keep its tiger trade ban in place.

Your views will be personally conveyed to China's leaders. 

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Any petitions for us to sign? April 20, 2007 9:23 AM

Post any of your petitions that are Big Cat related here!  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 January 28, 2007 3:49 AM

we have gone past 500 before jan 31st but now we are going for 1000 by feb 1st! have you and your friends signed yet?  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
PETITION NEEDS SIGNING! January 19, 2007 11:42 AM

Kuba has written a very important petition that needs your help, please check it out on the link here, sign it today and forward it on to everyone that cares about big cats.We are aiming for 500 signatures by January 31st at least!  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 December 14, 2006 10:04 AM

Have you signed yet? This petition is being presented to Prasad on the 1st of January so we need to get to the thousand at least! Please sign today!

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Petition to sign about tiger protection in Dudhwa National Park November 12, 2006 8:37 AM
Protect tigers by re-routing trains away from Tiger Reserve

Four tigers have been killed in the last three years by trains running through the Dudhwa National Park, the Indian National Railway is in a sound financial position and has the resources to re-route the trains away from the tiger reserve.
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 October 27, 2006 10:30 AM

These have all been signed by me!

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Response to Shanghai Wildlife Park petition signing October 26, 2006 5:08 AM

Thanks to everyone who has signed so far! But I am shocked and very disappointed that only 685 people object to the Shanghai Wildlife Park exploiting animals in this way. Don't you care or is it that you cannot be bothered? Apathy rules yet again on Care2!  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 October 15, 2006 12:50 PM

Unfortunately Kyle Hupfer had obviously made up his mind long ago. Canned Hunts which involve the murder of Big Cat's such as Lion's, Leopard's and sometimes Tigers are happening every day in many State's in America and also parts of Africa as well.Although this battle with Hupfer was lost, the war against Canned Hunts will go on!


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Petition about Indiana Canned Hunts August 28, 2006 9:47 AM

Petition to sign! 9:40 AM

This is a petition to persuade Kyle Hupfer to stick to his original decision last August (2005) in stopping Shooting Preserves from operating in Indiana. Please support this petition which will be presented to other Directors in the US.

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 August 28, 2006 9:46 AM

Thanks Sweetie!

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Good God! August 26, 2006 6:06 PM

that poor tiger Iain! Reading what they did to that tiger has made me MAD.....and now they are going to charge the handler? ARGH!! What is this world coming to where you are just so lazy and heartless that the only way they can think of handling a situation is to kill it! GRRRRRRR I signed your petition.  [ send green star]
Lowry Zoo ready for another tiger August 25, 2006 5:08 AM

Losing the tiger’s trail

platform | Barun Mitra

August 25, 2006
If drafting a law on a piece of paper could solve all problems, one would cheerfully concede that paper tigers have teeth. The reality, we know, is different. The proposed amendment to the Wildlife (Protection) Amendment 2005, being discussed in Parliament at present, looks set to be just one more piece of legislation that won’t extend beyond the paper it is printed on.
The tiger is facing extinction in the wild because of the perverse incentive structure that exists. This Bill ignores this incentive structure and instead seeks to strengthen the very policies that have failed to protect the tiger in the first place.
Piloting the Bill in the Rajya Sabha, Minister for Environment and Forest A. Raja acknowledged that, even after three decades of conservation efforts, the country’s tiger population remains ‘critical’; that there is need to address the issue from planning to administration to dealing with violation.
The government seems to look at tiger conservation as primarily a law and order problem. Nothing can be further from the truth. Let’s identify the three major negative incentives that exist and which the Bill aims to strengthen. First, those entrusted with protection of the tiger have no incentive to do so. Instead, the bigger their failure, the greater their reward — Project Tiger has failed to protect the tiger, but is being rewarded with more staff, authority and money under the Bill.
Second, if the new authority succeeds in improving protection for tigers, the demand and price of tiger parts in the underground market will increase. This will give poachers greater incentive to upgrade operations.
Third, some of the poorest people live within and around tiger habitats. They have little incentive to protect wildlife and forest products. By looking at tiger conservation as a law and order problem, the Bill will only aggravate the sense of alienation among them and instead of creating a conducive environment, will provide poachers with willing collaborators from among the local population.
If we are really interested in saving the tiger, we need to find ways of harnessing the power of commerce for the cause of conservation, instead of falling back on prohibition.
It is ironic that a highly prized animal like the tiger, which can potentially fetch anything between $ 50,000 and $ 200,000 in the illegal market, is facing extinction, while some of the most exploited animals such as cattle, poultry and sheep are thriving. The reason is that these species’ commercial potential is recognised — people have property rights over them, trade is legal and investment is secure. People invest capital, technology and management expertise to optimise their utilisation in a sustainable manner. Consequently, the animals become a valuable asset, growth is abundant, the price falls and the pressure on their kin in the wild declines.
Take crocodile farming, for instance. About 2 million animals are traded each year, meeting the demand from the leather and fashion industry. Prices have fallen, so many farmers are seeking to market crocodile meat as a healthy white meat to improve their bottomline in the face of stiff competition. In no country where crocodile farming is legal — from Australia to the US — is there any threat to the wild crocodile. More importantly, the vibrant trade has virtually eliminated poachers from the scene.
Unfortunately, India refuses to follow this path. For over two decades, the government has refused to allow crocodile farming in India; the reptile is facing the prospect of extinction while making no contribution to the economy.
It is ironic that the man who, as Finance Minister in 1991, had boldly sought to liberalise the economy, is now, as Prime Minister, proposing the opposite in case of the tiger and wildlife. There is a lesson for our policy-makers from India’s pre-liberalisation days — when trade was restricted, smugglers thrived, law enforcers and the bureaucracy were bribed, and consumers suffered higher prices and low quality. Clearly, when trade is outlawed, only outlaws trade.
Coming back to the tiger, China has perfected captive breeding and is exploring the possibility of reopening trade in tiger parts. Riding on commerce, it hopes to increase the tiger population in captivity to 100,000 in a decade. It is experimenting with ‘re-wilding’ tigers bred in captivity and exploring ways of re-stocking the natural habitats with animals of prey.
There is a growing recognition in China that prohibition, as urged by conservationists in 1993, has not worked. Thus, while communist China is willing to explore the power of the market for the conservation of the tiger, India is proposing to strengthen prohibition.
It is time to ask: do we really want to save the tiger? Or are we only interested in building the environmental bureaucracy at the expense of the cat? After all, if the tiger thrives, many activists and bureaucrats may become extinct.
The writer is the director of Liberty Institute, an independent think tank based in Delhi


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Charges recommended against tiger handler August 25, 2006 3:40 AM

Charges recommended against tiger's handler
an ABC Action News report 08/24/06

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Sumatran tiger murdered, please sign my petition! August 23, 2006 6:09 AM

Please take a couple of minutes to read and sign my petition about Enshala the Sumatran tiger who was shot 4 times with a 12 gauge shotgun by Lex Salisbury the CEO of Lowry Park Zoo. This killing was totally unnecessary. Please support me!   [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Not a petition but news. July 17, 2006 11:25 AM

As far as I know this is a first for Dublin Zoo but I'm glad at least that they are not going to kill the tiger for the apparent foolishness of a visitor.

Teenager attacked by tiger in Dublin Zoo

A young woman from Co. Derry was attacked by a tiger at Dublin Zoo on Tuesday, suffering what were described as "severe injuries". Along with her boyfriend, Róisín Brolly (19), from Foreglen near Claudy, climbed over a six-foot locked gate, a four-foot wooden fence and walked through dense foliage to reach a point where just a 15ft high wire mesh fence separated them from the Amur Siberian tigers. It appears that Ms Brolly put her arm through the fence to touch a tiger and was badly mauled. Most reports on the incident suggest that alcohol may have been involved. A zoo spokesperson said that the tiger's reaction was natural and there were no plans to destroy the animal. Ms Brolly, a psychology student at the University of Ulster in Coleraine, underwent surgery at Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown and her family hope she may discharged in the next day or two.

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Great British Circus petition reminder July 08, 2006 2:38 AM

Please if you get a spare minute over the weekend can you sign my petition which aims to stop the Great British Circus from ill-treating animals. The tigers perform daily, sometimes twice each day. The cage that they live in is smaller than a truck/lorry. They have no stimulation at all and do not get any exercise apart from pacing up and down and we all know what that means!

Please sign today!

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Global Tiger Patrol June 27, 2006 2:49 AM

Had a very interesting and inspiring chat with some fundraisers for Global Tiger Patrol locally last Saturday morning. They were in a local town fundraising for GTP and generally trying to get the message across to the general public.
They were all dressed in full length tiger outfits and believe me it was a hot day! The lady that i spoke to at length wasn't clued up on tigers at all so I came in very useful there! They were inspiring to see, if you see them where you live, go over and thank them for what they are takes some stamina!  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
1020 and counting! June 18, 2006 7:46 AM

Thanks to all of you who have signed so far!

We are finally over the 1020 mark and working our way towards 1100, who know's...we might even make 1500!


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Race for the Big Cats petition 989 and counting! May 30, 2006 7:41 AM

We really need to get it over 1000 for maximum effect, so if you haven't already signed then please do! Iain..  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Thanks Audrey & Iain!! May 15, 2006 10:44 PM

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 May 15, 2006 6:46 PM

Kathryn has received 42 new, 50 total stars from Care2 membersKathryn has been awarded 41 butterflies for taking action at Care2 Kathryn C.
Please Help These Animals 4:17 PM

Original Message:


Please help me out with this folks! I need 500 more signature by next week when I have to fax this over!

PLEASE cross post and forward this message as much as possible!


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Stop Canned and Trophy Hunt's Petition April 23, 2006 2:03 AM

Join us and urge our U.S. Senators and Representative to crack down on the more than 1,000 commercial canned hunting operations and guided trophy hunts across the country, which allow trophy hunters to kill exotic animals such as Pumas, Elk, African Lions, Giraffes and Blackbuck Antelope. There is neither sportsmanship here nor ethics, only profit for some and ill-gotten trophies and a picture for others at the expense of our wildlife. This Petition will be sent to the Governors of New Mexico and Arizona, local Authorities, proprietors of canned and guided trophy hunts and be made available to newspapers interested in the matter and to any sympathetic website.

Please sign KitCatTiger AnimalLoverGirl 's petition to stop this awful practice, please tell you friends as well!

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I have signed Iain :) April 22, 2006 6:10 PM

Hope loads more ppl sign Keep up the great work!!  [ send green star]
 April 22, 2006 3:54 PM

I have been very pleased,and surprised at the support so far. I had hoped that people felt this strongly and obviously many do. If you need a reason to sign just imagine yourself caged for 22 hours a day but you will be taken out twice just to perform for people who do not want you to be free.They feel that you have no worth, your needs are not important. I am an important human being and you are just a worthless animal. Well there are many worthy human beings who do value your life, they do want you to get your spirit back and they will not support the exploitation of animals! Iain..  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 April 22, 2006 1:53 PM

Have you checked out my Great British Circus petition yet? Please do, we need your signature! Iain..  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Signed Them All! February 08, 2006 1:43 PM

Hey, I've been looking for you guys!

I gladly signed all petitions, and I'm very jealous of Kathleen's profile photo. I've traveled the U.S. for years trying to find a tiger to pet (hug, etc.).

But I'll HUG you guys instead!


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 January 26, 2006 10:21 PM

All Signed!

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Signed October 18, 2005 4:26 PM

Signed all 4!!  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 October 13, 2005 2:41 PM

Thanks Audrey, I have signed both  [ send green star]
 October 12, 2005 4:26 AM

Not exactly tiger realated but..

Save the amur leopards

support funding for conservation cat-species in Chile


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 June 08, 2005 9:48 PM

no problem just glad i can help in some way  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Thank you June 08, 2005 8:39 PM

Audrey and Gemma for signing

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Hey June 08, 2005 1:53 PM

Hey, I just signed both of the petitions gotta help the tigers

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 June 07, 2005 9:01 AM

Thanks for posting those.

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Thank you! June 06, 2005 8:08 PM

Cosmic for signing

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Thank you, Kathleen! : ) June 03, 2005 4:19 PM

Signed both!! 

Máire, aka

Cosmic Rhino ]:<)

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Hmmm May 28, 2005 4:39 PM

That's a good way of thinking! and thank you Martin  [ send green star]
doesnt matter if old May 26, 2005 6:25 PM

Well if they are still listed, then they must still be actively trying to get sigs, so I'm on them!  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Your welcome :) Thank Cosmic for giving me the idea ;) May 25, 2005 8:01 PM

Here are a couple, they seem to be out of date though

We Demand Justice for Tiger Killer!

Save India's Bengal Tigers that Face Imminent Extinction!

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ok May 25, 2005 5:21 PM

Okie dokie tiger leader....thanks for all your hard work in here!  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Thanks May 25, 2005 10:20 AM

Thanks kath.  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Petitions, Alerts and Actions May 25, 2005 2:22 AM

This is where you can post any of the above  [ send green star]
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