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Jul 25, 2010
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Phone Call
Location: United States
Sharing message from a Yahoo group

PLEASE cross post, owner is a convicted felon!
 
 
 
The Lucas County shelter in Ohio is going to euthanize this poor dog on July30th. Even though a rescue has offered to take Sarge they will not release him because the shooter said the dog bit him. Please call the shelter, 419-213-2800, and beg them to spare this dog's life.
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Posted: Jul 25, 2010 7:43pm
May 3, 2010
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Write E-Mail
Location: New York, United States

HERE IS THE SITUATION:
http://network.bestfriends.org/campaigns/felines/15036/news.aspx

 

MEDIA COVERAGE (Save Kitty Foundation):
http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/queens/2009/12/24/2009-12-24_untitled__cats24q.html

 

HOW TO HELP-ASAP PLEASE (info is from Save Kitty Foundation):

Keep Trying to Call, Fax or Email


UPDATE
SaveKitty Foundation met with representatives of Housing (NYCHA) this morning. We were able to convince them that TNR is the only sensible approach to the Ravenswood problem. They will be taking that message back to Chairman Rhea, the real decision-maker at the Housing Authority (NYCHA.)

 

WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP
Many of you have sent emails and called. Thank you for that. They have received them and that's great. We need you to continue that effort that our message gets to Chairman Rhea.

 

CONTACTS
Phone: (212) 306-3000

 

Some of you have called this number and been asked to call local, borough numbers. Don't do that. The local Queens office is in agreement with us. Insist that you want to leave a message for Chairman Rhea. We need to reach the Chairman.

 

Fax: (212) 306-3823

Email Web form: Chairman Rhea
http://www.nyc.gov/html/mail/html/mailnycha.html

 

 

Talking Points:
TNR is the only effective solution to the 600 homeless cat problem at Ravenswood.

Why waste taxpayer money when it can be done for free.
Trap and eradicate (what they're planning) doesn't work. It only creates a vacuum effect, bringing more unneutered cats into the territory to multiply.
If TNR is not done at Ravenswood, by the end of kitten season they'll have hundreds more cats to deal with.

If the cats are removed the rodents will move in.
Please, as much as this is an emotional issue for us catlovers, we must be polite and courteous in our calls and emails. Anything else can only hurt the cats.

 

 

Sample letters:
 
Dear Chairman Rhea,
 
" I am writing to ask your help to support and accept the SaveKitty Foundation's proposal to solve this problem, the humane way. Their proposal for TNR/adoption program would handle the 600 homeless cats living in the Ravenswood housing project. This is a win/win situation for all. Please help to take care of these cats humanely and appropriately and in doing so, improve the quality of life for the tenants. Leaders do the right thing - please lead this cause.
 
Sincerely,
 
YOUR NAME
YOUR STATE
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Dear Mr. Rhea,
 
Please permit Ms. Debi Romano's SaveKitty Foundation to institute and maintain a TNR/Adoption program for the homeless cats at the Ravenswood Housing Project. As one who has 11 years of highly successful homeless cat caretaking experience with 3 colonies in the Flushing, Queens area, I can assure you that this is the only proven method to successfully and humanely deal with homeless cats. Having had the pleasure and honor of working with Ms. Romano many times over the years, I can also assure you that her dedication, work ethic and character are renowned in the entire New York humane community.
 
Thank you for your time and consideration.
 
Respectfully,
 
YOUR NAME
YOUR STATE

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Posted: May 3, 2010 4:03pm
Apr 17, 2010
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Other
Location: Washington D.C., United States

Check out http://animalwelfareinstitute.blogspot.com/2010/04/awi-ealert-stop-great-whale-sell-out.html

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Posted: Apr 17, 2010 4:57pm
Mar 5, 2010
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Other
Location: Georgia, United States

On Monday, March 8th, 2010, House Bill 788 – a bill to ban gas chambers as a method to euthanize pets in approximately 11 Georgia shelters – will be on the House Rules Committee calendar for consideration.  The Rules Committee will decide whether to schedule the bill for a vote by the full House of Representatives.  
If the Rules Committee decides not to schedule HB 788 for a vote before the full House,  it will die during this legislative session.  If this happens, healthy, friendly, treatable companion animals – many of whom were once owned, loved family pets – will continue to die horrific deaths in gas chambers for another year!
 
PLEASE DO NOT LET THIS HAPPEN!!!  LET YOUR SUPPORT FOR HB 788 BE HEARD!  POLITELY ASK THE RULES COMMITTEE TO PUT THIS BILL ON THE CALENDAR FOR A VOTE BY THE FULL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES!!
 
Here’s how:
 
#1.  Call the Rules Committee office— 404-656-5141 – and POLITELY say you are a Georgia voter asking that the committee schedule HB 788 for a vote before the full House of Representatives.
 
#2.  Call YOUR OWN HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE – YOU ARE A GEORGIA VOTER AND YOUR REPRESENTATIVE VOTES ON YOUR BEHALF ON MATTERS THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU!!  LEGISLATORS LISTEN TO VOTERS IN THEIR DISTRICT !!!  Ask your representative to vote YES when HB 788 is presented to the full House.
 
To Contact Your Representative:
 
1.  Go to http://www.legis.ga.gov/
2.  Click “Find Your Legislator”under the picture of the Capitol
3.  Click “Vote-Smart”
4.  On the left, under the box “Find Your Representative”, type in your zip code and click GO
5.  If you do not know your +4 ZIP, on the right, click “Don’t know your 9 digit zip”; follow the instructions and then go back to the Legislative site and type it in under “Find Your Representative”; click GO
6.  Under “State Legislative”, click your Representative’s name in blue
7.  On the next screen, to the right and bottom, click “Complete Contact Info” 
 
PLEASE CROSS-POST TO EVERY GEORGIA VOTER YOU KNOW!
 
Georgia Voters for Animal Welfare
 

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Posted: Mar 5, 2010 5:09pm
Aug 9, 2009
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Other
Location: Ohio, United States

http://www.petfinder.com/petnote/displaypet.cgi?petid=10479635

It's an emergency....please crosspost! unfortunately, he's not great with dogs, cats, kids...HELP ! A FOSTER HOME IS NEEDED FOR DUDLEY TONIGHT OR FIRST THING IN THE MORNING. THIS IS URGENT. PLEASE CONTACT MARLA AT 330-903-0039

 

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Posted: Aug 9, 2009 7:07pm
Jan 7, 2009
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Write E-Mail
Location: United States

January 12th, 2009, Montcalm’s contract with R&R is up for renewal. In an effort to urge city authorities to abandon the practice of Class B animal dealings, the Concerned Citizens Coalition, or CCC, has created a two-pronged approach to the problem. A petition has been uploaded to their website, as well as form letters for people to easily contact their city officials before the January 12th contract is signed.


http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/stop-giving-our-pets-to-class-b-animal-dealers.html

Read more about it:

http://cccmontcalm.org/

http://www.poocini.com/report/archives/964

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Many alerts currently circulating the Internet about Montcalm County's pound
seizure practice ask activists to CALL and/or SNAIL-MAIL comments, rather
than email them: "Please...write a good old-fashioned letter and copy it 9
times. Often when email is sent for something like this the commissioners
will simply hit DELETE."

STREET ADDRESS FOR ALL COMMISSIONERS:
Montcalm County Commissioners
Administrative Building, 3rd Floor
211 W. Main St.
P.O. Box 368
Stanton, MI 48888

Commissioner Marcia Walker
home: 616-754-8236; email:
lloydwalker@chartermi.net

Commissioner Tom Lindeman
home: 616-754-4918; email:
tblindeman@sbcglobal.net

Commissioner Ron Retzloff
home: 989-235-6827; email:
comish@casair.net

Commissioner John Johansen
home: 616-754-5375; email:
johm@pathwaynet.com

Commissioner Carl Paepke
home: 616-636-5692; email:
johm@pathwaynet.com

Commissioner Ron Baker
home: 231-937-5465; email:
rbaker68amx@hotmail.com

Commissioner Pat Carr
home: 989-352-8129; NO EMAIL

Commissioner Roger Caris
home: 989-268-5875; email:
rcaris@gccmha.org

Commissioner John McCrackin
home: 989-584-3713; NO EMAIL

City of Stanton, Mayor Robert Burns
225 S. Camburn St. 
P.O. Box 449
Stanton, MI 48888
ph: 989 831-4440; fax: 989-831-5756
email:
mayor@cityofstantonmi.com

Montcalm County Animal Control
154 W. Quarterline St.
P.O. Box 368
Stanton, MI 48888
ph: 989-831-7355; fax: 989-831-7410

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Dear Montcalm County Officials:

Please do not send companion animals to research laboratories. I implore you
to cancel the county's contract with R & R Research, Inc. and never again
engage a Class B dealer to dispose of homeless animals.

Behind a lab’s closed doors, animals undergo invasive surgeries, toxic
dosing, food/water deprivation, and prolonged pain. Still, your taxpayers
subsidize pound seizure whether they like it or not. They indirectly fund
animal tests that delay medical progress with misleading results.

It is particularly irresponsible to support animal research when strides in
in-vitro technology, computer automation, and many more animal-free methods
now uncover data relevant to human health and safety.

Clearly, there is no altruism in dealing cats and dogs for research. There
is only profit. In 2006, USDA records reveal R & R Research of Howard City,
Michigan grossed $196,723 from the sale of 621 dogs and cats. Moreover, R &
R flaunts an unethical history. A 2006 USDA citation shows R & R illegally
transported dogs chained to a livestock trailer. In 2005, R & R was cited
for procuring dogs and cats from Howard City, where there is no pound.
Apparently officials sold their strays to R & R.

Before that, the Michigan Attorney General ordered R & R to pull its "animal
shelter" listing in the yellow pages. In the 1990s, a WOOD TV investigative
video portrayed R & R owners gassing animals in a corroded "CO2 barrel."

At the very least, Montcalm officials ought to be embarrassed by their
relationship with a Class B dealer. I strongly encourage you to terminate
your contract with R & R and permanently stop pound seizure -- a shady
practice abandoned by most counties nationwide.

This issue has generated worldwide publicity via the Internet. I look
forward to your feedback.

Thank you,

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Posted: Jan 7, 2009 4:14pm
Dec 27, 2008
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Write E-Mail
Location: Canada

This is part of a mail I received from a Yahoo group!

Thank you all for participating. We need to generate an enormous amount of mail this weekend in order to save "Brindi."
If you have the time, "google" other Canadian broadcast media (radio & TV stations) and include them in your messages. Also include any and all national animal organizations, US and Canadian.

Jim

HALIFAX, NS SPCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND DEPARTMENTS:

secretary@spcans.ca, education@spcans.cafundraising@spcans.ca, humanresources@spcans.cacomplianceofficer@spcans.ca, media@spcans.ca , animals@spcans.ca, metrospca@ns.aliantzinc.ca

CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS (if you get bounce-backs because some addresses are outdated, please try "googling" the name of the newspaper for a current address):


news@elliotlakestandard.ca; editor@guelphmercury.com; dweidendorf@cambridgetimes.ca; editor@hamiltonmountainnews.com; letters@thespec.com; postedit@hanoverpost.ca; whiged@thewhig.com; news@northernnews.ca; letters@therecord.com; lineditorial@thepost.ca; letters@lfpress.com; themarkdalestandard@bmts.com; tvillemaire@midlandfreepress.com; letters@nationalpost.com; editor@nepeanthisweek.com; dweidendorf@cambridgetimes.ca; citydesk@nfreview.com; letters@nugget.ca; banner@orangevillebanner.com; ddawson@orilliapacket.com; news@owensoundsuntimes.com; letters@thecitizen.canwest.com; oped@ott.sunpub.com; editor@thedailyobserver.ca; news1@peterboroughexaminer.com; editorial@theobserver.ca; ssmstar@saultstar.com; thisweek@soonet.ca; editor@stoneycreeknews.com; lifeedit@northernlife.ca; editorial@thesudburystar.com; letters@chroniclejournal.com; letters@metronews.ca; lettertoed@thestar.ca; newsroom@trentonian.ca; editor@flamboroughreview.com; tribune@wellandtribune.ca; letters@thestar.canwest.com; gwright@brandonsun.com; editor.dailygraphic@shawcable.com; Steve.Pona@freepress.mb.ca; editor@wpgsun.com; editorial@mjtimes.sk.ca; doug.dahl@paherald.sk.ca; letters@leaderpost.com; spnews@thesp.com; letters@theherald.southam.ca; callet@calgarysun.com; letters@thejournal.southam.ca; letters@edm.sunpub.com; mhall@bowesnet.com; dht@bowesnet.com; letters@telusplanet.net; avtimes@home.com; coulter@dailytownsman.com; kamloopsnews@telus.net; edit@kelownacapnews.com; news@nelsondailynews.com; letters@princegeorgecitizen.com; sunletters@pacpress.southam.ca; provletters@pacpress.southam.ca; letters@times-colonist.com; northnews@nnsl.com; editor@nunatsiaq.com; stever@yukon-news.com; editor@whitehorsestar.com; northnews@nnsl.com

Cross-posting appreciated. Urgent action required.

It is rare that animal advocates can find the time to participate in a campaign for an individual animal with so many pressing issues affecting animals. This is a busy time of the year, complicated further by an economic crisis that has threatened the lives of companion animals.

I hope you will find time to participate in the campaign to save "Brindi." All the details and a mailing list are in the following message. We are grateful that one of the most respected voices in animal advocacy, Brenda Shoss, president and founder of Kinship Circle, has taken the time to research and compile the below.

This campaign is not just about "a dog." Brindi isn't "dangerous," the law in Halifax, Nova Scotia is and it has been applied capriciously. Brindi was rescued from an animal hoarder situation and was lucky to find a loving forever home with Francesca. Now, because of a slight infraction of "the rules," Brindi awaits a death sentence at the hands of local authorities in a shelter that went without heat for at least three days this week (see: http://thechronicleherald.ca/Front/1097775.html). Francesca has spent a small fortune on attorney fees in an attempt to save Brindi and the court date is January 5.

Margaret Mead wrote, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

In a democracy, animal lovers vote and they decide where to spend their hard-earned money. We help to pass animal-friendly laws and do away with bad laws. I hope you will join us in not only helping to save Brindi's life, but in sending a message to elected public officials everywhere. If you would like to do more to help animals, please join Kinship Circle: http://www.kinshipcircle.org/

Thank you and best wishes for a happy, healthy New Year.

Jim Willis
World Animal Day Ambassador USA-East

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12/26/08: Brindi's Life Matters. Help Save Her.
FOR A FORMATTED LETTER (WORD DOC), EMAIL:
kinshipcircle@accessus.net
Easily modify letter. Copy/paste it into an email or print letter to fax or mail.  

   

Halifax (Nova Scotia) has recognized that Brindi is not a threat to humans.
It was informed by two respected trainers that her wayward behavior does not
signify aggression and definitely can be corrected. Yet the city prefers to
have her pay the ultimate price for human error, rather than accept
reasonable alternatives that would both maintain safety and keep her alive.

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/free-brindi-this-dog-must-not-be-euthanized

KINSHIP CIRCLE realizes that not everyone agrees with this plea to spare
Brindi's life. We respect opinions, but ask that you refrain from sending us
an ALL-CAPS, exclamation-point complaint. Any time you disagree with our
stance -- in this case, no-kill without exception for a healthy animal --
simply delete the alert. Thank you for your unyielding voice for animals.

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HRM Animal Services
P.O. Box 1749
Halifax, NS B3J 3A5
Andrea Macdonald, Animal Services: 902-490 1791
main ph: 902-490-4000; fax: 902-490-6142
web form:
http://www.halifax.ca/contact.html#contact
by-law enforcement: bylawcomp@halifax.ca

Mayor Peter J. Kelly
Halifax Regional Municipality, Office of the Mayor
1841 Argyle Street
P.O. Box 1749
Halifax, Nova Scotia; Canada B3J 3A5
ph: 902-490-4010; fax: 902-490-4012; email:
kellyp@halifax.ca
Halifax Council, Community Councils, Boards, Committees, Legislation:
902-490-4210;
clerks@halifax.ca 

Halifax Regional Municipality Councilors
P.O. Box 1749
Halifax, N.S. B3J 3A5
ph: 902-490-4050; fax: 902-490-4122
email:
streats@halifax.ca, barry.dalrymple@halifax.ca,
david.hendsbee@halifax.ca, Lorelei.Nicoll@halifax.ca, mcclusg@halifax.ca,
andrew.younger@halifax.ca, karsteb@halifax.ca, barkhoj@halifax.ca,
smithj@halifax.ca, wilema@halifax.ca, blumenj@halifax.ca,
sloaned@halifax.ca, utecks@halifax.ca, jennifer.watts@halifax.ca,
walkerr@halifax.ca, humd@halifax.ca, mosherl@halifax.ca, adamss@halifax.ca,
brad.johns@halifax.ca, harveyb@halifax.ca, outhitt@halifax.ca,
rankinr@halifax.ca, peter.lund@halifax.ca
 
Nova Scotia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals
1600 Bedford Highway, Suite 422
Bedford N.S. B4A 1E8
ph: 902-835-4798; fax 902-835-7885
email:
animals@spcans.ca, info@spcans.ca

The Honorable Rodney Macdonald
Premier of Nova Scotia
One Government Place, 7th Floor, 1645 Granville St.
PO Box 726
Halifax, NS; Canada
email:
premier@gov.ns.ca

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streats@halifax.ca, barry.dalrymple@halifax.ca, david.hendsbee@halifax.ca,
Lorelei.Nicoll@halifax.ca, mcclusg@halifax.ca, andrew.younger@halifax.ca,
karsteb@halifax.ca, barkhoj@halifax.ca, smithj@halifax.ca,
wilema@halifax.ca, blumenj@halifax.ca, sloaned@halifax.ca,
utecks@halifax.ca, jennifer.watts@halifax.ca, walkerr@halifax.ca,
humd@halifax.ca, mosherl@halifax.ca, adamss@halifax.ca,
brad.johns@halifax.ca, harveyb@halifax.ca, outhitt@halifax.ca,
rankinr@halifax.ca, peter.lund@halifax.ca, animals@spcans.ca,
info@spcans.ca, premier@gov.ns.ca

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Dear HRM Animal Services and Officials of Halifax, Nova Scotia:

Sometimes one life represents many. Brindi and her caretaker Francesca
Rogier are one dog and one woman -- but their ordeal resonates worldwide.

On July 24, 2008 Halifax animal control officers seized Brindi for
euthanasia. Since then, she's languished in the SPCA's city pound. Rogier
has not been allowed to see her dog for six months.

Halifax animal control officers seem to use preemptive euthanasia, rather
than "educate on responsible pet ownership" or consider statements from
people who know the animal in question. Brindi has never attacked a human.
She has never gravely injured an animal. She is a microchipped, spayed and
vaccinated obedience class graduate who lived with Rogier and her two cats.

Brindi's three offenses occurred when the rambunctious shepherd-lab mix
broke loose and dashed toward other dogs and their people walking on a road
that borders Rogier's property. After the first encounter (with no report of
serious injury to the other dog), police cited Rogier for lack of a
municipal license -- which she obtained quickly thereafter.

The second incident in April 2008 led to another dog's minor puncture wound,
for which a guardian is ordinarily fined or ordered to erect fencing.
Officers instead issued a permanent muzzle order that, under Halifax By-Law
A300, commands euthanasia for any future violation.

On July 20, 2008 Brindi ran out a door before fully muzzled and leashed.
With Rogier behind her, Brindi bee-lined toward a man and his two dogs.
Brindi circled as the man kicked at her. Apparently, no injuries were
recorded. Still, Brindi was sentenced to die within four days of the event.

If Animal Services does not cancel Brindi's euthanasia, I urge municipal
authorities to intervene. Please give Brindi her life and release her to
Francesca Rogier, who has already fenced in her home's entryways, consulted
a private trainer, and agreed to pay all fines and costs. I urge you to
examine statements from those who know Brindi:

*   Brindi's vet has never documented "aggression" in the dog's medical file.
*   Neither her groomer nor kennel owner consider Brindi a dangerous dog.
*   Even a mail carrier wrote that she was certain Brindi would never bite her.

Brindi's life matters. While public safety is rightfully your priority, the
quick-to-kill response lacks humanity and progressive vision. Surely you can
send Brindi home with stipulations. She does not need to die.

Thank you,

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They want to kill my dog.
  
http://FREEBRINDI.blogspot.com
"FREE BRINDI" This dog must not be euthanized!
  
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/free-brindi-this-dog-must-not-be-euthanized
TO ANIMAL SERVICES AND THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA:
  
http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/FREEBRINDI/
Facebook: Save Brindi
  
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=35473542760
Epier.Com fundraising online auction
  
http://www.epier.com/auctions.asp?franya


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Posted: Dec 27, 2008 8:44am
May 25, 2008
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Write Letter
Location: Bosnia And Herzegovina
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Brcko - 250 Dogs to Be Killed By Local Authorities (Bosnia& Herzegovina)

Animals  (tags: animalcruelty, animalwelfare, shelters, Bosnia )

Cristina
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- 7 minutes ago - serbiananimalsvoice.wordpress.com
The authorities of Brcko have caught around 200 - 250 dogs and put all these dogs in one big dark, dirty area of a food factory.Now the authorities plan to kill all these dogs. PLEASE, WRITE TO HELP POOR DOGS.
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Posted: May 25, 2008 7:58pm
May 20, 2008
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Various
Location: Ohio, United States
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Ohio to Ban All Pit Bulls?

Animals  (tags: animalcruelty, animalwelfare )

Cristina
StarsButterfliesGold Notes
- 5 minutes ago - animallawcoalition.com
The bill requires all owners to surrender their "pit bulls" within 90 days of the effective date of the proposed law. The bill is unequivocal that the dog warden "shall" euthanize all pit bulls within 10 days of their surrender. Take Action
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Posted: May 20, 2008 8:16pm
May 11, 2008
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Phone Call
Location: United States

Make the Call for Wyoming Wolves

Deadline: 05/31/2008
Urge Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal to help stop the slaughter of wolves in Greater Yellowstone.



http://action.defenders.org/site/Survey?SURVEY_ID=9000&ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_
ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&s_einterest=C3C4&s_Affilliate=savewolves
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\\n\\n\\n†39;On Jan 25, 2014, at 9:39 PM, marni miller <millermarni@yahoo.com > wrote:\\n\\n\\n\\n\\nToda y at 9:35 PM\\n\\n\\nThi gorgeous kitty is in a bathroom and very agitated with the small space and no windows...he is worsening by...
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\\n\\r\\n\\r\\nPlease keep this going around the world ... please pass this letter to the world!\\r\\n2014-01-18&nb sp;ABC Media\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\n\\ r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\nPlease keep list going around the world .... hit forward\\r\\nPlease pass this letter to the world\\r\\n\\r\\nDen...
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\\n\\nBeverley Hughes: When I started working to save horses in July of 2013, I intended to petition congress, create and sign petitions, dive into social media, protest, and do everything I could to save horses. I had no idea that I\\\'d actually ...be S...
Jan
24
by Liz M.
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\\n\\n\\n\\nFrom: kbcrenshaw \\n\\n\\n Date:01/24/2014 7:50 AM (GMT-06:00) To: kbcrenshaw@comcast.net Subject: Fwd: Owner passed away ragdoll cat and very sweet black kitty need a new home -------- Original message --------From: kbcrenshaw Date:01/22/...
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\\nThis community is holding hands to prevent concrete and tarmac from invading further in its environment. Lend yours!\\r\\nThe best way to explain is using their own words, so I\\\'m quoting below the petitions text. The link is here:\\r\\nhttp://www.the pe...
by Liz M.
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\\n\\n\\n\\nCircleville is in Pickaway County, Ohio.\\n\\n\\nFrom: Katie Walter <katie.walter@att.net& gt;Date: Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 11:50 AMSubject: Circleville, OH area - Disabled Owner w/cancer being evicted: Over 30 Cats need fosters/SOS!!! ...
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23
by Liz M.
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\\n\\nFrom: Anissa Sadeghi <westhancockk9@mchsi.c om>\\n\\nDate: Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 4:38 AMSubject: No offers!! URGENT!! Keokuk, IA: Can you please help one of these dogs?\\n\\nThese nice dogs are in the Keokuk city pound.  No one has stepped up...