Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter
28 January 2007 Issue
Table of Contents
1) Officer Frees Bald Eagle With One Bullet
2) Vegetarian Dog Biscuit Recipes
3) Top 10 Reasons to Go Vegetarian in 2007
4) Pfizer's prescription drugs allegedly have gone to the dogs
5) Tea Provides Benefits, but Don't Use Milk
6) Kentucky Fried Cruelty?
7) A New Reason to Become Vegan - Cloned Meat!
8) URGENT/Sign Petition Now, Soldiers abuse crippled dog
9) Federal Appeals Court Declares Horse Slaughter in Texas Illegal
10) No more excuses for the government ignoring Global Warming. SIGN PETITION
11) Cute Photos
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