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Amerijet Stop Shipping Research Monkeys - MON 31st JAN: OPERATION AMERIJET

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Amerijet International, a member of the HIG Capital Group of companies, are a US-based freight airline who are part of the international primate trade, regularly transporting wild-caught monkeys for use in barbaric laboratory experiments.


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Joanna D (216)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 6:45 pm
"Amerijet International, a member of the HIG Capital Group of companies, are a US-based freight airline who hold a dirty secret. This airline are part of the international primate trade, regularly transporting wild-caught monkeys for use in barbaric laboratory experiments.

The majority of these primates flown by Amerijet are captured in the wild in South America and the Caribbean, but all will reside as being used as breeding machines or will die on a laboratory cage floor. Amerijet are the only known airline flying new world primates, such as marmosets, for the vivisection industry - without them, this animal tormet would not happen.

Amerijet's CEO, David Bassett, claims that they refuse to deal with organisations who breach the law, but this is a lie. We have leaked documents from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) which show Amerijet themselves have routinely breached the Animal Welfare Act during transporting primates for experimentation. Over the past several years, Amerijet have broken the Animal Welfare Act a staggering 13 times.

In a flight from Georgetown, Guyana, to Miami International Airport, fifteen Tamerin monkeys were transported in crates with half the sufficient ventilation allowance. This is a routine condemnation in the documents by the USDA Veterinary Officer. Another flight containing two crates of marmosets, another squirrel monkeys, was reported. Capuchin monkeys - insufficient ventilation.

On another flight, Amerijet could not prove that the 23 non-human primates had been provided with food and water. A seperate 23 primates were not given water for 17 hours, feed for 27. The same occured on a second basis whilst sloth and kinkajous monkeys were being transported.

This is just a snapshot into the level of involvement Amerijet have in the trade in primates for vivisection. It is time they stopped dealing in this sickening trade once and for all! "

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31st of January is a day of actions against Amerijet

Please forward the info about demonstration in Paris:

Manifestation Amerijet et Airnet Systems
Lundi, 31 Janvier, 2011

La campagne contre Amerijet, dont H.I.G. Capital est le principal actionnaire, continue avec une journée internationale d'actions. Un nouveau site anglais énumère les clients d'Amerijet, ses bureaux et ses agences dans le monde:

Nous rappelons qu'Amerijet transporte des animaux de laboratoire pour HLS, Primate Products et Worldwide Primates. S'ajoute à cette campagne la société Airnet Systems, appartenant aussi à H.I.G., qui affrète lapins, cochons d'Inde et rongeurs pour plusieurs éleveurs d'animaux de laboratoire dont Harlan et Charles River.

Nous manifesterons donc devant le siège français de H.I.G. Capital pour lui demander de ne plus se rendre complice de cruauté envers les animaux et de fraude scientifique en cautionnant l'expérimentation animale. H.I.G. est en mesure de demander à ses sociétés de cesser le transport d'animaux de laboratoire.

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Lundi 31 Janvier
de 15h00 à 18h00

H.I.G. Capital
44 avenue George V
75008 Paris

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* Target: Amerijet International, Inc., CEO David Bassett
* Sponsored by: Animal Advocates

After a peaceful protest and a letter to the only cargo airline in Ft Lauderdale to import monkeys headed for research labs and vivisection, Amerijet has sent a letter to Animal Rights Foundation of Florida stating the airline will not be canceling their “monkey flights” anytime soon and threatened the organization with legal action under the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act if they continue to target the airline.

David G. Basset, CEO of Amerijet International, Inc. has said, “to refuse to provide transportation services requested of us does not respect our customers’ right to engage in lawful pursuits.”

However, when Amerijet received notification that one of their clients, Primate Products was under investigation by the USDA for injuring several monkeys, the company continued to do business with them, as usual.

The Fort Lauderdale-based company is the only airline in the country to import research monkeys headed for cruel and inhumane research labs and vivisection experiments.

We ask you to stop shipping research monkeys. It supports these animals being taken from the wild and raised under barbaric conditions on monkey breeding farms. It has been proven repeatedly that experiments on animals yeilds no benefit to human sciences. Requesting a company to change business practices is NOT "Animal Terrorism".


Jeremy Mathsen (0)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 6:45 pm

Joanna D (216)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 6:50 pm
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Each year tens of thousands of nonhuman primates are transported around the world for the international research industry, destined to be used in experiments in which they will suffer and most likely die.

These highly intelligent and sensitive animals are packed in small crates, and travel as cargo on extremely long journeys where they may have to endure inadequate ventilation, noise and extreme temperature fluctuations.

Many airlines have made the decision to dissociate themselves from the cruelty and suffering of the international trade in primates by refusing to transport primates destined for the research industry.

I urge you to join this growing number of airlines.


Amerijet International, Inc.
2800 S. Andrews Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Phone: +1 954 320 5300
Fax: +1 954 765 3521

19a-21a The Precinct,
Egham, Surrey,
TW20 9HN
Tel: 0178 447 9900
Fax: 0178 447 9901


1450 Brickell Avenue,
31st Floor, Miami,
FL 33131, USA
Tel: +1 (303) 379 2322
Fax: +1 (303) 379 2013

Click Here for HIG International Offices


Dave G. Bassett (President & CEO)

John R. Nash (Vice President & CFO)

Pam Rollins (VP - Business Development)

Mark Stewart (VP - Airline Division)

Lou Montella, VP - Operations)

Mima Aftimos (President - I.T.N, Amerijet Subsidiary)

William R. Frazier (President - Nations Express, Amerijet Subsidiary)

Igor Smirnov (President - SRX, Amerijet Subsidiary)

Joanna D (216)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 6:54 pm

Amerijet's global agents are a very important part of their company. They allow them to trade in countries and states where they do not have premises. Please contact Amerijet's agents and let them know about the company they support breaching animal protection legislation:

888 Doremus Ave., Suite C,
Newark, NJ 07114, USA
Toll Free: (800) 901-3603
Tel (Outside US): +1 (973) 690-5771
Mobile: +1 (423) 470-0971 / +1 (813) 787-3135
Fax: +1 (423) 783-9024,,

COMPANY VICE PRESIDENTS:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

19a-21a The Precinct,
Egham, Surrey,
TW20 9HN, UK
Tel: 0178 447 9900
Fax: 0178 447 9901,

COMPANY CONTACTS:,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Amerijet's clients have a right to know that the company they are dealing with ships primates to be used in barbaric laboratory experiments and have been exposed as breaching animal welfare legislation 13 times in several years.

To Whom It May Concern,

It may come as a surprise to you that the company you use as a major
global shipping agent, Amerijet International, are also heavily involved
in the primate trade.

Amerijet have been exposed as breaching the US Animal Welfare Act on 13
seperate occassions over the past several years, including leaving
primates onboard flights for over 24 hours with neither food nor water and
transporting them in crates with insufficient ventilation. The primates
shipped by Amerijet have mainly been caught in the wild, torn from their
natural habitat and families to be used inside experimental laboratories
across the globe.

As one of Amerijet's top customers, I ask that you use your influence and
request they cease involvement in this sickening trade.

Yours Sincerely,

7200 Suter Road
PA 18036-1299, USA
Tel: +1 1-610-282-3800,


Lutron EA Ltd. - London
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Wapping, London, E1W 3JF
Tel: +44.207.702.0657
Fax: +44.207.480.6899

Lutron LTC SARL- Paris
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Elysees, Paris, 75008,
Phone: +
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Germany - Berlin
Lutron Electronics GmbH,
Landsberger Allee 203
Berlin 13055, Germany
Phone: +49.309.710.4590
Fax: +49.309.710.4591

Lutron LDV S.r.l
Phone: +39.800.979.208

Spain - Barcelona
Lutron CC, SRL
Gran Via Carlos III 84 planta 4a
Barcelona 8028, Spain
Phone: +34.93.496.5742
Fax: +34.93.496.5701

Spain - Madrid
Lutron CC, SRL
Calle Orense 85
Madrid 28020, Spain
Phone: +34.91.567.8479
Fax: +34.91.567.8478



Joanna D (216)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 6:57 pm
Amerijet's reply to the campaign:

Amerijet Won't Stop Shipping Research Monkeys
By Michael J. Mooney, Tue., Jan. 11 2011 @ 6:15AM

Last month, we told you about a letter from local animal rights activists to Amerijet, a Fort Lauderdale-based cargo airline, asking the company to shop shipping primates used for research -- specifically the ones used for controversial vivisection experiments. Several South Florida groups, including the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida, have written to the airline and organized protests outside company headquarters.

Now Amerijet has responded -- in the form of a letter written to Nanci Alexander, president of ARFF (and owner of Sublime, a gourmet vegetarian restaurant on Federal Highway in Fort Lauderdale).

From their letter, it seems the decisionmakers at Amerijet will not be canceling their monkey flights anytime soon. "We have carefully considered the position taken by our organization," the letter reads. "However we stand by our decision to transport animals and will continue in the future to serve the needs of our customers for animal transport."

The company says it will continue the primate shipments because, as the letter states, "to refuse to provide transportation services requested of us does not respect our customers' right to engage in lawful pursuits and is inconsistent with our values as a company."

At one point, Amerijet claims that it would "decline to do business with potential customers that are under investigation by governments or other enforcement bodies for failing to meet legal standards or international conventions." Of course, after several disturbing photos of injured monkeys leaked last year, the USDA announced it would investigate one of Amerijet's most controversial customers, the South Florida-based research facility Primate Products. But despite the company's claims, so far it seems Amerijet's business with Primate Products continues as usual.

The letter also contains a plea for ARFF to condemn some of the tactics used by animals rights activists. Though there are no specific tactics mentioned in the letter, there is an insinuation that some violate national terrorism laws:
"Unfortunately, we believe the tactics that have been engaged in or that are planned for the near future by some individuals or groups that have targeted Amerijet are the sort of animal rights extremist actions that federal laws, including the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act, are intended to protect law-abiding citizens against -- including our employees and customers."

Representatives from ARFF say they are crafting a letter to respond to Amerijet.

"The number of airlines that continue to transport monkeys for research is shrinking," says Don Anthony, ARFF's communications director. "We're disappointed that Amerijet is determined to be the last American airline to import monkeys to be used in cruel laboratory experiments. The Animal Rights Foundation of Florida will continue to protest Amerijet's involvement in this cruel trade."

Sunday night, a few days after receiving the letter, about 30 local activists gathered at the home of one of Amerijet's executives for a peaceful protest.

This is the Amerijet letter in its entirety:

Dear Ms. Alexander,

Your organization has called upon Amerijet to refuse to transport primates that may be used in research. We have carefully considered the position taken by our organization. However we stand by our decision to transport animals and will continue in the future to serve the needs of our customers for animal transport. We would like to explain briefly the reasons for our decision.

First, we value and respect our customers. We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of transportation services for those who have entrusted their shipping needs to us. Just as importantly, we believe in the right of any business or individual to engage in lawful endeavors of their own choosing. To refuse to provide transportation services requested of us does not respect our customers' right to engage in lawful pursuits and is inconsistent with our values as a company.

At Amerijet we strive to comply with all laws, regulations and international conventions that apply to out business, including those relating to the transportation of live animals. Transporting live animals by air is considered to be the most humane and expedient method of transporting animals over long distances, so long as the laws, rules and conventions applying to animal transport are met.

We expect our customers also to make every effort to meet the legal and international standards that concern the welfare of animals transport. We have in the past declined to do business with costumers who were under investigation by government or other enforcement bodies for violations of law or international conventions. We will continue to transport animals for all lawful purposes. We commit to you, however, that we will make every effort to ensure that we are transporting animals for customers that are in turn complying with all legal requirements concerning the welfare of those animals, and will decline to do business with potential customers that are under investigation by governments or other enforcement bodies for failing to meet legal standards or international conventions.

Finally, we are sharing these thoughts with ARFF because we believe ARFF attempts, as we do here at Amerijet, to be a responsible and lawful corporate citizen. We also believe that ARFF respects that individuals and entities will not always agree and that we each are entitled to hold our own views and opinions without fear of physical harm or damage to property because of those views.

Unfortunately, we believe the tactics that have been engaged in or that are planned for the near future by some individuals or groups that have targeted Amerijet are the sort of animal rights extremist actions that federal laws, including the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act, are intended to protect law-abiding citizens against - including our employees and customers. We have made the decision to continue to transport animals after careful consideration, and we will not be deterred by what we consider to be unlawful threats, harassment or intimidation of our employees or customers or acts of vandalism or property damage. Instead, we are prepared to defend our employees, our customers, and our business to the full extent of the law.

You have called upon us to consider our position regarding transporting animals, and we have done so thoughtfully and believe we have responded to you honestly and forthrightly despite our differences of opinion. We now ask you to consider the actions and anticipated actions of individuals and groups that ARFF appears to have aligned itself with against Amerijet. We call upon you to publicly denounce any tactic that may intimidate, harass, or cause fear among our employees or our customers simply because they do not agree with those who hold a contrary view. We look forward to hearing from you.

David G. Bassett
CEO, Amerijet International, Inc.

Maria S (338)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 7:32 pm
Thank you, Joanna!
Petition signed on sJanuary 17, 2011.

Have just sent 4 letters.

These came back,, ( shouldn´t this be "com" and not "co" at the end?

Catherine Turley (192)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 7:48 pm
will do emails, joanna. but care2 won't let me sign petitions right now.

Joanna D (216)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 7:49 pm
Thanks Cristina, you're right it looks like it should be
I'll try it

CherAway C (1424)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 8:06 pm

Thnx for posting sweetie!!


Catherine Turley (192)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 8:24 pm
block for first letter:,,,,,,,,,

Catherine Turley (192)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 8:52 pm
block for second letter:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


Catherine Turley (192)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 8:55 pm
hope those work. fixed the ones cristina pointed out. left out the one in the first block that came back. last one on second block looks ok. not sure why it comes back.

Charlotte Vardan (23)
Saturday January 29, 2011, 10:14 pm
Signed and sent like 3 emails to these monsters.

Thomas C (116)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 2:56 am
Signed and noted

chris b (2474)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 2:57 am
Noted and signed

Esther S (45)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 3:25 am
I signed the petition on Jan. 17th.

Joanna D (216)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:57 am
Thank you Catherine for the blocks!!

Apolonia Pl (392)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 6:36 am
I sgned petition in the begining of January, but there wasn't my name on SIGNED BY list... So signed once agian...


Joanna D (216)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 6:53 am
I noticed that the petitionsite can be tricky from time to time.... yesterday I signed a petition with some 800 signatures and my signature got number....... 1 ???????
It happened not once that I signed a petition which I was sure I had signed before.......
TY Apolonia

. (0)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 7:36 am
Ok on my way to sending emails. Petition signed

Past Member (0)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 7:52 am

mary f (200)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 8:33 am
all done

Anne T (286)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 8:59 am
All emails sent. Just this one has come back:

Thank you Joanna, and Catherine!

Valerie H (133)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 9:21 am
Thank you - signed petition Jan. 17...will also send out those emails!!!... *VILE MONSTERS*!!!!!

Mrs Shakespeare (35)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 9:45 am
Those pictures are sickening -.-
Signed. Thanks.

Past Member (0)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 10:02 am
Apolonia, I will paste that petition link and try to sign it! Also I emailed sales, and will send additional emails. Thank you for making this easier. Does anyone have emails of those responsible for vivisection? We can protest them and make them aware that we know about them, too!
All beings have the right to self determination. Humans are far astray in mistaken notions of superior wisdom and increased right to dominate and control other beings. We operate in majority fro mere physical input only, which is a trick of the brain. Please try to see that openin and expanding consciousness of how this dimension operates will save the lives of billions of species and individual beings. We are here to help, never to harm. Unfortunately, too few have any concern to develop the ability to see this fact, and our planet is losing life at an alarming rate. Karma is going to become so vast that overcoming our choices of today will engender generations to come, here on Earth and elsewhere.

Joanna D (216)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 11:52 am
I hope their mailboxes will crash tomorrow.
Thanks to you!

Laverne Wallace (59)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 12:57 pm
signed and noted

. (0)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 1:52 pm
Petition signed TY.

The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act was passed by about 3 or 4 people in a very deceitful way and is not worth the paper it was written. The real terrorists are people like your company that support those who perform atrocities to innocent and defenseless animals. You and others like you and the governments have no conscience and therefore are capable of committing evil acts and are dangerous terrorists, that is who you are. The best thing to do is for people to boycott your airline.

janet f (29)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 2:11 pm
These people are just disgusting.

Past Member (0)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 2:27 pm
Just when you've seen the lowest that 'man' can descend to, something like this comes along and trumps it.

Dalia Cervantes (1)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:00 pm
I can't believe that there is no petition for this... I looked at some pics and it just made me sick to my stomach!!! Can't believe that people can get away with this... would you this to children???? These are just monstrosities!!!!

Romila Lal (9)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:00 pm
I hate those who torture and abuse animals.

Joanna D (216)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:35 pm
I forgot about a demo in London - Please forward to your friends the info:

OPERATION AMERIJET - 31/01/2011 Day of Action

As part of the Operation Amerijet international day of action, activists in London will be holding demonstrations against the companies linked with the airline and transporting animals for vivisection.

Amerijet fly wild-caught primates on a regular basis for use in laboratory experiments and breeding for vivisection establishments. They have been exposed for breaching animal protection legislatio...n on 13 seperate occassions and transporting primates in crates with insufficient ventilation.

Across the globe, pressure is mounting against Amerijet and it is important this is upped. In recent months, 6 other airlines have announced they will not be transporting monkeys, or any other animals, for vivisection following the campaign. Demonstrations against Amerijet will be happening across the UK, Europe and USA on the day.

Take action!
Monday 31st Jan
11am at Oxford Circus Tube (nr H&M)

Note: We will be travelling to various companies, so please bring a travel card.


Elisa M (93)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:51 pm

Email sent, and petition signed Jan 24th. Any emails with post delivery error will resend.

Thank you Joanna for posting !!!!!

marie T (163)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:53 pm
Dreadful already signed
Thank you Joanna

Joy M (168)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:56 pm
Would not let me sign, will try again later...

Caroline Vimla (16)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 4:56 pm
This is downright atrocious :(

Marta B (45)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 6:04 pm
Signed. Thanks Joanna and Catherine

Colleen L (3)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 6:50 pm
Signed. Thanks Joanna

Lisa Zarafonetis (168)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 10:20 pm
Shared on Facebook

jennifer t (41)
Sunday January 30, 2011, 10:22 pm
Signed.This is disgraceful animal murder.I hope Amerijet go bankrupt!!

Monday January 31, 2011, 12:56 am
Petition signed before. i am so horrified by this and other similiar posts that I can't WAIT for the time when theses horrible and imhimane things will be a thing of the past.... Thanks Joanna for posting us the information on sending emails.... Let's hope and pray that this works!

Nancy Roussy (79)
Monday January 31, 2011, 2:37 am
Noted, thank you!

Julie van Niekerk (230)
Monday January 31, 2011, 2:53 am
If you can watch this cruelty and not feel the pain- then you are not human - A human have soul!

emilia Boccagna (15)
Monday January 31, 2011, 3:25 am
Signed the petition:

Justin R (0)
Monday January 31, 2011, 11:27 am
Activists in these locations Unite! Protest with colour posters of experiment; name the owner & all the decision makers of their administration; protest outside their homes! Put posters all around the cities; protest outside government offices - don't let up - FIGHT!


Justin R (0)
Monday January 31, 2011, 11:32 am

Please keep us posted!

Latonya W (82)
Monday January 31, 2011, 2:32 pm
Thank u very much for enclosing sample letters and tons of email addresses I am proud to say I have sent out over 15 emails SAVE OUR ANIMALS ............

Margaret S (53)
Monday January 31, 2011, 2:36 pm
Already signed petition,we send mails now,thanks Joanna,Cristina & Catherine!

Joanna D (216)
Monday January 31, 2011, 6:15 pm
Animal Rights Activists Protest at Amerijet Executive's Home
By Michael J. Mooney, Mon., Jan. 31 2011 @ 11:06AM

About 30 animal-rights activists gathered on the sidewalk outside the Plantation home of an Amerijet executive last night to protest the company's policy of transporting monkeys for animal research and the fact that they do business with Primate Products, a controversial South Florida research facility.

For two hours, the protesters held signs, shouted in the direction of the home, and told neighbors about some of Amerijet's policies. To describe what has been done to monkeys, they used terms like "murder" and "mutilate" and "torture". A camera crew filmed the demonstration from the front yard.

There were two Plantation police officers on the scene for the duration of the protest to make sure activists stayed on the sidewalk and did not step onto the private property. One officer puffed a cigar as he watched the scene play out.

Last year, several local animal rights groups asked the company to stop doing business with Primate Products.

The Fort Lauderdale-based shipping cargo airline sent a letter to activists a few weeks ago stating that the company will not stop shipping monkeys, insinuating that the protesters may be violating national terrorism laws. One protester was arrested recently during a demonstration at the company's headquarters.


Joanna D (216)
Monday January 31, 2011, 6:15 pm

Activists in London marked the global day of action, Operation Amerijet, with a mobile demonstration against those involved with the company.

First of all we headed for HIG Europe, who own two animal transporting airlines - Amerijet and Airnet Systems. Upon arrival, the office was quickly locked down and staff peered out of the windows in interest. Other local companies took information and a lot of support was received. HIG were informed over the megaphone that we will not give in.

Next of all we headed for the UKHQ of World Courier. This disgusting company have lied about being involved in vivisection, yet placed an advert in the Lab Animal Buyer's Guide 2011 as global animal transporters. Not only this, leaked documents show that they are the customs clearance agents for Amerijet's primate flights into Miami - doh!

On arrival we gained access to the building and headed upstairs to ask the MD why they lied, however security staff cottoned on and frantically tried to kick us out. Important guests were in the lobby, so out came the megaphones and they could not ignore posters pressed against the windows. Activists headed round the back of the offices, where staff could be seen hurrying to hide documents left near the windows. After a short while more protesting round the front, we moved on.

Last call of the day was the European HQ of the Sumitomo Corporation, who transport primates for the Japanese vivisection industry. A door had been left open, so it was straight inside. After security guards ran around and pushed everybody outside, the buidling was brought into lockdown. Chants echoed around the area and staff turned away from their lunch breaks as they'd left their security cards inside.

Across the globe, caring activists are standing up and fighting as part of the anti-vivisection movement. It is only a matter of time before we succeed.

Darlene W (63)
Tuesday February 1, 2011, 2:17 am
signed petition, will send emails

Kathy Chadwell (354)
Tuesday February 1, 2011, 9:56 am
emails sent (Catherine thank you for making that so easy:)
Petition signed
And your in luck, I have friends on myspace from France. So I posted the Paris message to myspace.
Thank you Joanna

Dianne D (490)
Saturday February 12, 2011, 4:36 pm
Petition signed

june bullied (553)
Monday March 7, 2011, 6:10 am
signed, noted and forwarded.
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