Animals In Print
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From 22 December 2005 Issue
Caution: Huntingdon Laboratory allegedly advertising for animals that will allegedly be used for experimental purposes as that is the alleged practice of this company
(This is the notice requesting these innocent animals )
We will pay for rescued Cats and Dogs
by CarolAulett, 11/11/05 20:30 ET
Hello well intentioned people,
My company has an immediate need for 300 small dogs and 500 cats. De-clawed cats are fine! The animals need to be fairly healthy animals. They need to be alive for at least 30 days after our intake.
The price for these animals are as follows:
If we pickup in Arkansas or Mississippi $5 = cats, $9 = dogs
If animal is shipped to our home office in New Jersey (address to follow) $25 = cats, $29 = dogs
In addition to this, we are providing an incentive to the person who rescues the most animals for us. At the end of December, we will tally up the rescue efforts. The person who we conclude to be the greatest asset will win an all inclusive trip to Las Vegas, Nevada for two people for 5 days. This will include air transportation from Louisiana, hotel stay at 3 star or better resort, meal tickets for 2 meals per person a day, entertainment coupons including 1 fully paid entertainment concert, and $300 in casino comps spending monies.
We are really concerned about the well being of the cats and dogs after the Hurricane and want to do our part to insure the animals welfare.
For more information please contact:
Myself, Carol Auletta Sr. Toxicologist for HLS 732-873-2550, ext. 2960
Our website is
"Companion animals Veterinary medicines and vaccines help to keep them healthy and permit the human / animal interaction that benefits human physical, emotional and psychological well-being. "
And our address is Mettlers Road, East Millstone, NJ 08875-2360
LET US GET TO WORK!
Pam Bell Broker
Buyer's Advisors, Single Agents in Northern NJ
598 Broadway, Bayonne, NJ
MailTo: [email protected]
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Female pit bull is under a veterinarian's care
after being found with her mouth clamped shut
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