We need your help to speak up for dogs and cats in Iams laboratories. Did you know that Iams keeps animals in cages for up to six years and performs gruesome experiments on them for its products? Iams wants you to believe that its dog food and cat food is “good for life,” but the truth is that puppies and kittens are tortured and neglected for its products. It’s time to hit Iams where it hurts – in the wallet.
Let the folks at Iams know that you won’t give them one more penny until the company puts an end to these pointless lab experiments. We want you to snap a picture of you and your animal companion(s) with a “We Won’t Buy While Cats and Dogs Die” sign and send it to Jeffrey Ansell, CEO of Iams. CLICK HERE to get your sign and send it to Iams today.
Hunting accidents must be on sale or something. From the Boston Globe:
The father of a 10-year-old killed in a hunting accident said the boy was shot as the two descended a hill and the elder man slipped. The shotgun he was carrying went off, striking the boy in the back.
Yikes! Rather than blaming a hill (a.k.a. a stationary piece of landscape) how about the guy who thought it was a good idea to take a 10-year old hunting?
Hunters in Ohio sure are good at killing each other. According to the Ohio News Network:
Steve Burchard apparently became separated from three other members of his hunting party in a remote area of Licking County.
When they went looking for Burchard, they found him dead.
Speaking of animal abusers and killers being kicked in the ass by karma, this geezer didn’t see the wall coming:
A 65-year-old man died Sunday when cattle crushed him against a wall or fence while being loaded into a truck.
Don’t have a cow man! LOL.