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I became a vegetarian on July 7th 2010. It was the best decision I have ever made.
Help end the Calgary Stampede’s cruel chuckwagon races!
PETA’s investigation found workers shoving tubes down ducks’ throats at a factory farm that supplies Gordon Ramsay’s licensed Manhattan restaurant. Help end the cruelty!
Please urge the NMFS to grant Lolita the same protections from harm and harassment afforded her family in the wild!
Tell WUSTL to stop tormenting cats in cruel training courses!
Urge the FDA to stop requiring painful tests on animals in laboratories!
Ask the U.S. Postal Service to ban ALL live shipments of animals!
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Urge ODFW officials to immediately stop the branding and killing of sea lions!
Urge Marco Destin, Inc., to stop selling live animals in its stores!
Tell businesses that sell Rougié foie gras to ditch this disgusting product.
Tell NIH to cut taxpayer funding for experiments on animals at UCSF!
Tell USDA-Wildlife Services officials not to airdrop drug-laced mice on Guam in an attempt to kill snakes!
Urge The North Face to drop all down.
Please urge Sears to ban the use of wild animals in future ads!
Tell PETCO to stop selling animals in flood-prone stores!
Huge numbers of birds who are forced into U.K. pigeon racing never make it home. Help pigeons now!
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For more than 35 years, an elephant named Mali has been confined to a barren, concrete pen at the Manila Zoo. You can help give Mali the life she deserves.
Tell Steak ‘n Shake to pull its commercial featuring a chimpanzee and to pledge never to use great apes in future ads!
Tell Redbox to stop supporting cruelty to elephants.
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My whole life has revolved around my love for animals. I became vegetarian when I was 7 years old. I hope to change the world someday.
BLAAAAARG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That was my true life story. ~Creepy smile~ :)
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