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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

12 February 2001 Issue

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Hi there,
I hope you enjoy our newest issue of AIP.

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Good News
Stop Korean Dog / Cat Meat Industry
Really Want to Drink This?
Outside Dogs
Truth About Puppy Mills
Help Feral Cats
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From Sled Dog Action Coalition 

Thanks to your emails, Bayer has ended its Iditarod sponsorship. Margo Barnes, Senior VP for Communications said, "Because of the recent outpouring of objection to the race, we are withdrawing our products and instead will donate those products to an appropriate animal welfare facility."

You may thank her by writing to [email protected] More Iditarod race and musher sponsors are listed on .

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When one witnesses a violent act against an innocent and helpless animal, one should be compelled to approach the animal and "heal the wound", then approach the abuser and "wound the heel."

~Linda Beane

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