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sábado, 28 de janeiro de 2012

Will you help save a 'dragon's' skin?

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An Easy Way to Help 'Dragons' Right Now -- PETA
PETA members help us fight the neglect and abuse of all animals. Will you help us push forward with this lifesaving work by becoming a new member right now? Dear Anne,

This Chinese New Year marks the start of the Chinese Year of the Dragon, but many real-life "dragons" have no reason to celebrate. Around the globe, alligators, lizards, crocodiles, and snakes are being painfully stripped of their skin—often while still alive—to fuel the exotic-skins trade.

PETA is leading the global fight to save these and all animals from exploitation, suffering, and abuse. Won't you help strengthen our lifesaving work for animals by becoming PETA's newest member right now?

We're looking for 2,012 new card-carrying PETA members by the end of this month, and we're still 900 members away from our goal. A generous PETA supporter has agreed to donate $10 for every new member who joins during this special drive, meaning that your membership will go even further to help animals in the new year.

While you may be most familiar with the misery of animals slaughtered for their fur, every snakeskin handbag, every alligator wallet, and every other product made from exotic-animal skin sold to consumers is the result of horrific suffering.

Alligators are often kept in filthy, crowded tanks on farms before being clubbed and skinned alive. A PETA investigation of an alligator farm documented gruesome slaughter methods, including cutting through an animal's spinal column with a chisel and hammer. Animals slaughtered this way can take up to two agonizing hours to die.

Snakes are routinely pulled from their homes and nailed to trees before being skinned alive and tossed onto a pile to die. They can suffer for days before succumbing to shock or dehydration.

Lizards may live as long as 33 years in the wild, but those killed for their skins are usually clubbed on the head or have their spines severed with chisels as soon as they reach "marketable" size.

From rabbits to alligators and from foxes to snakes, every day countless individual animals are trapped, beaten, and painfully skinned alive in the name of fashion. PETA is the most effective organization that the world has ever seen at stopping the abuse and exploitation of these and all animals. Will you help us do more for them in 2012 by becoming PETA's newest member right now?

No organization has accomplished more in the fight to save animals' skins than PETA. For more than three decades, we've exposed the horrendous animal suffering behind the cruel skins trade. Our attention-grabbing campaigns and shocking undercover investigations of this bloody industry have helped convince designers like Calvin Klein to drop fur and retailers such as Nike and Victoria's Secret to ban the sale of exotic skins. Tens of thousands of consumers have signed PETA's fur-free pledge and shared our undercover videos with family and friends. A Canadian business professor recently told the media following the closing of an Ottawa fur store this month: "[PETA has] made it less fashionable—or less acceptable, I should say—to wear fur."

By becoming a PETA member today, you will help PETA save cats, dogs, and other animals from abuse and neglect; continue our daring exposés of secretive fur farms, factory farms, laboratories, and puppy mills; take on companies that promote cruel products like fur and exotic skins; and much more.

Regardless of who is behind the abuse, the reality is that if you love and cherish animals, you can't stand idly by while they are mistreated. Your heart tells you to act. And that's why I hope your heart is telling you to become PETA's newest member right now.

Animals urgently need your support.

Kind regards,
Ingrid Newkirk
Ingrid E. Newkirk

P.S. This Year of the Dragon is a perfect time to commit to saving alligators, lizards, and other animals from pain and abuse. Won't you help support our work to save these and all animals and meet our goal of 2,012 new voices against cruelty to animals by becoming a PETA member online right now?

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quinta-feira, 26 de janeiro de 2012

Cachorra Shitzu desaparecida em 25/01 proximidades do bairro Cristo Rei-Várzea Grande

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Amigos dos animais,

Cachorrinha desaparecida em 25/01 , proximidades do bairro Cristo Rei – VG. Ajudem a divulgar, por favor!


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quarta-feira, 25 de janeiro de 2012

Fwd: News About Animals - January 12, 2012

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January 12, 2012

horse rescued by IDA's Hope Animal SanctuaryIDA's Hope Animal Sanctuary Rescues Starving Horses

IDA's Hope Animal Sanctuary has completed yet another rescue - this time, fifteen starving horses and a mule. Concerned Mississippi residents tried for months to help these horses, to no avail. IDA was called in just in time to save these fifteen, but too late for others - authorities found five dead horses and four sets of skeletal remains. Click here to read more, to see more photos, and to post your own thoughts on our blog.

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Wanda the cowHelp Connecticut Cow Wanda Get To A Sanctuary 

In July 2011, an Angus calf escaped from a beef farm into the woods of Milford, Connecticut. Mistakenly thought to be a bull, she was named Waldo in tribute to her elusiveness. The calf took to roaming and grazing with a herd of deer, who managed to warn Waldo of a looming capture threat by Milford Animal Control Officers.

Farm Sanctuary in New York offered to capture the calf and provide a safe, permanent home. Their calls were never returned, but the Animal Control Officer (ACO) for Milford was quoted in the media as saying the calf would be sent to a sanctuary when caught, and animal lovers breathed a sigh of relief. But now, Wanda (her name was changed when she was found to be female) has been captured and sent to another commercial farm, instead of a sanctuary. Please click here to read more, and to send a fax to Connecticut officials asking that Wanda be granted sanctuary.

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Vegan jersey at 49ers gameGot A Fun Way To Spread The Vegan Message? 

We're always on the lookout for creative ways to provoke conversations about the vegan diet, such as this great jersey spotted at a San Francisco 49ers game. All football and baseball teams offer similar customized jerseys at their websites, and NFL teams that did not make the playoffs are now offering 50 percent off customized jerseys. Order one for the vegan sports fan in your life today! Click here to see some more ways to have fun while enlightening others, and add your own ideas on our blog!

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Fur bunnyFur Flies Over Duran Duran Video 

Duran Duran's glamorization of fur and other animal skins in their latest video "Girl Panic" has sparked an internet uproar. The video features five former supermodels clad in real fur, snakeskin, goat hair, feathers and leather. Hundreds of fans have shared their thoughts on IDA's blog, cross-posted the story, and contacted the band on Facebook, Twitter and by email.

Duran Duran has not yet replied to our request for a statement agreeing to not use fur in the future. Please add your name and comment to our blog and politely contact Duran Duran. At our blog you can also find contact links for Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, and Yasmin Le Bon, three of the un-supermodels wearing parts of dead animals in the video.

As we've already told the band, we will prominently thank them in our eNews and other media if they agree to promote compassion instead of cruelty.

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Your personalized IDA Supporter CardAct Now To Claim Your 2012 IDA Supporter Card

If you haven't already requested your 2012 IDA Supporter Card, please click here to order yours today. Thank you, as always, for your support!

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