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  June 24, 2010
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Doll Stanley with Winona dogIDA's Project Hope Sanctuary Partners With Mississippi Orgs To Rescue Dogs

Here's what IDA's Doll Stanley encountered at an underfunded and understaffed Winona, Mississippi shelter: "I spotted a dead pup in a run with 4 adults. Most of the pup's head was missing. Within minutes we had found 4 dead pups. One pup’s head had been completely bitten off and one probably suffocated as he was shoved beneath the pen frame. I then located the 4th pup - he had either crawled, or been pushed out the back side of the run. His back left leg was missing."

Doll continued: "It’s difficult to express the disgust, dismay, and sorrow of discovering suffering and dead animals in a city-run animal facility. These animals were in need of help. They either strayed from their homes, or were surrendered or abandoned. What in the world could possibly justify their fate? Who is to blame?" Most important, what would become of the dogs at this "shelter"? Click here to find out.

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IDAEZ 2010 PhoenixInternational Day Of Action For Elephants In Zoos A Success!

This year’s International Day of Action for Elephants in Zoos (IDAEZ) was a huge success, featuring events in more than 30 cities in 7 countries, and our first-ever virtual protest that used social networking technology to circulate nearly 10,000 messages about the suffering and premature deaths of elephants in zoos.

IDA thanks all the compassionate advocates who participated in IDAEZ in person and on-line. You helped educate people around the world about the terrible plight of elephants in zoos, bringing us a step closer to ending their suffering. Click here to read more.

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Credit CAREJuly 6 - International Day Of Action For Dogs And Cats In South Korea

IDA and activists around the globe will be illuminating the plight of dogs and cats in South Korea killed for human consumption during our annual International Day of Action for South Korean Dogs on Tuesday, July 6, 2010. Dozens of cities around the world will host outreach events to educate their communities about this important issue. Outside South Korean Embassies and Consulates, we will pass out leaflets and hold signs, drawing the world’s attention to the dogs of South Korea. Click here to learn more and see if your city is hosting an event.

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nullIDA's Dr. Katz Debates Jack Hanna About Animals In Entertainment - Please Vote!

If you haven’t yet voted on the question “Should wild animals be used for our entertainment?”, the featured debate between Dr. Katz and Jack Hanna in this month’s Costco Magazine, please VOTE NOW! The “yes” side has gained 10% in the past 2 weeks. Let’s send an overpowering message to the magazine’s 3 million readers about this vital issue – results posted in next month’s magazine. 

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Dead fin whaleBreaking News - Proposal To Legalize Commercial Whaling Fails At IWC!

After two days of intense negotiations, the International Whaling Commission (IWC) announced yesterday the rejection of a proposal to resume commercial whaling, banned since 1986. Thousands of IDA members responded to our emergency action alert by sending faxes to President Obama and Congress, urging them to block the whaling proposal. Thank you! It worked! Click here to read more about this thrilling victory, made possible by you!

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ebay logoIf You Ebay, You Can Help IDA!

Buyers and sellers can participate. Sellers can donate a percentage of the sale price of their item and buyers can add $1 or more at check out. If you register by July 4, you are eligible for a $500 gift certificate from Ebay and the top three favorite nonprofits will win grants of $15,000, $10,000, and $5,000.

Click here for more information. See how to designate IDA as your non-profit here: After you register with Ebay and choose IDA as your charity, check out these items which benefit IDA when purchased: Please share with friends and family so IDA can be the top charity!

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