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May 10, 2006
Focus: Animal Welfare
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I apologize for the brevity of this message, I am seething with anger...

http://getactive.peta.org/campaign/p2crushvid


I could not watch the video.  The picture says enough. I turned my speakers off and had my husband watch it to make sure it was real...it is.  Disgusting...how can people?....Argggghh!!!!
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Posted: May 10, 2006 7:33pm
Mar 15, 2006
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Visit - online
Location: New Jersey, United States
New Jersey! Philadelphia!

This site is graphic, but NO ONE can afford to not look at the images on the screen. They are real. And for many of us, right around the corner! Visit "Mean Streets" and "Rescues" believe me they will stick with you.  Progress is slow, but a landmark law has just been passed, named for the poster dog and first rescue by Compassion for Camden, Inc. Read the whole site, donate if you can, adopt if you are in the area, anything you can, but PLEASE don't ignore this message!!

www.compassionforcamden.org

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Posted: Mar 15, 2006 11:57am
Jan 29, 2006
www.pelosanimais.org/recursos/free_me_go

Make sure your speakers are on, and loud!  This is powerful in so many ways, I had to share it.
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Posted: Jan 29, 2006 8:28pm

 

 
 
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