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Animals In Print
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11 December 2000 Issue
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Updates - Museum Live Pig Killing
Desperate Situation
Gift Idea
Jessica's Journey
Kevin's Corner
Kitten Abused
Jay Leno
Safer Skies For Animals

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Subject: Shelter Dogs Being Sold to Research

Eunice Richmond received this email from the owners of Hodgins Kennels when she protested their selling of dogs to research laboratories. Eunice lives in a different state then Fred and his Kennels.

Eunice writes: FYI, here's the response I received from Fred Hodgins of Hodgins Kennels (Perhaps you also received this response.):


Well guess what Fred--we are everywhere and don`t like what you do.

YOU MAY WRITE TO FREDDIE AT: [email protected]   Let him know we don't approve of his cruel, heartless money maker. Selling dogs to research labs is not a good way to make yourself a fortune. Shame on you Fred.

Source: [email protected]   (Laurie Stone)

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Desperate Situation

We have a desperately urgent situation here and need to get information out to as MANY people as possible.

Full information can be found here:  

and there is an ONLINE PETITION at:  


With kindest regards,

Annie Lancaster
Director Tortoise Aid

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When you shackle an animal, you shackle your own soul. Then quietly, while you so haughtily preen yourself and dance your dance of the fools, you will begin to decay and rust, and the unwilling, martyred animal will be rescued from your bondage and walk away in your dust. Pure and innocent and free, while your fetid remains are forever in bondage.

~Linda Beane

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Animal Rights Book, Great Gift Idea

ANIMAL RIGHTS, originally published a few years back in a hardcover library edition, is now available in paperback for $11.95.

"As a book filled with examples of activism by young adults, it will undoubtedly teach and inspire many." -- Voices of Youth Advocates (VOYA)

"It is very difficult for one book to cover all issues of animal rights because the subject is so far reaching. However, in ANIMAL RIGHTS Charles Patterson has done just that....very helpful and interesting book...will be enjoyed by newcomers, as well as those already involved in the movement." -- Animals' Agenda

Illustrated with black and white photographs - Chapter Notes - Further Reading List - Index - Recommended Grade Levels: 6-up, Ages 12-up, 104 pages

To see a teacher review, go to You can check out the contents of the book itself by going to, clicking on "Bookstore," and looking up the book either by title (ANIMAL RIGHTS) or author (Charles Patterson).

source:<A HREF="mailto:CPatter221">CPatter221</A>

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