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Oct 16, 2007
Each year, hundreds of thousands of defenseless and trusting dogs %u2013 many of them stolen pets 2013 are rounded up in the Philippines and slaughtered for the illegal dog meat trade. What was once an infrequently practiced tradition has now become a profit driven industry responsible for the appalling suffering and deaths of up to 500,000 animals every year.

Could you sit back and watch while defenceless dogs are bound and gagged and left to suffocate? While they are piled on top of each other and driven to a pitiful fate?

These poor wretched creatures cannot fight back against the cruel Philippine traders who tie their mouths and bind their limbs and leave them to a slow and painful death.
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Posted: Oct 16, 2007 12:47pm
Oct 16, 2007
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/fireworks-cause-animal-suffering

thousands of animals worldwide are killed, injured or distressed thru the miss use of legally bought fireworks
i would like to see all fireworks only used for professional displays
and would like the sale of them to be banned to the general public 
please support me

Thank you
Sonya
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Posted: Oct 16, 2007 12:40pm
Oct 16, 2007
On October 18th the ProtectSeals team will go on trial for documenting
> Canada's commercial seal hunt.
>
>
> After being repeatedly charged by a sealing vessel in March 2006, seven
> Humane Society International/HSUS observers were accused of being within
> the
> required 10- metre distance from seal hunters. We were not, and we have
> the
> evidence to prove it.
>
>
> These trumped-up charges are part of the government's desperate campaign
> to
> block observation of the hunt. Just months ago, the DFO proposed to double
> the distance observers must remain from seal hunters, making documenting
> cruelty violations even more difficult. And now the DFO wants to give the
> Minister of Fisheries and Oceans even more power to refuse any person an
> observation permit for the seal hunt - for any reason - for five years.
>
>
> The government and sealers are desperate. One by one, nations are closing
> their markets to Canadian seal products, while legions of individuals and
> companies are joining the boycott of Canadian seafood. The Canadian
> government and sealing industry know they must do something to take the
> pressure off.
>
>
> But rather than address the extreme cruelty we document each and ever
> year,
> they are trying to eliminate that documentation.
>
>
> We need your help. We are fighting for our rights to be there for the
> seals
> and to expose the illegal abuse that is unleashed on the unsuspecting baby
> seals each year, but we cannot do it alone.
>
>
> Please show your support. We are inviting you to submit a statement of
> support and testimonials against the seal hunt to be displayed on Humane
> Society International Canada's website. Help us demonstrate to the
> Canadian
> government that the world is watching and that it can no longer hide the
> cruelty of the seal hunt. Please send your comments to info@hsicanada.ca
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Posted: Oct 16, 2007 11:04am
Oct 2, 2007
I have put all of my cats in this album, many more pic's to come.
 
Album: My cats
I have put all of my cats in this album, many more pic's to come.

by 53 new, 2400 total1222 totalSonya Armenia Redfield (90)
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Posted: Oct 2, 2007 8:28am
Sep 27, 2007
My cats
 
Album: My cats
I have put all of my cats in this album, many more pic's to come.

by 53 new, 2400 total1222 totalSonya Armenia Redfield (90)
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