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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

20 December 2000 Issue
Table of Contents

Milk Causes Bedwetting
Kevin's Corner
Tiger Kills Circus Artiste
Dog Saves Family
Letters Make Difference
Sign Petition
Microsoft Promotes Cruelty


Editor, Contributor

Consultant, Contributor

Action Alerts





Podell receives cats
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2000 10:47:14 -0500

On Dec 7, 2000 Podell received the first 20 of his 120 cats from Liberty Research Inc. These cats will now be conditioned and soon will be inficted with FIV and binged with METH. If you have yet to write a letter to OSU please do it today.

Visit the website to learn more about this arrival and about the cats -

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Tigers kill circus artiste in India

NEW DELHI, Dec 16 (Reuters) - A 20-year-old circus artiste was mauled to death by three tigers during a show in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal, the Press Trust of India reported on Saturday.

The news agency said Rita Chhetri was attacked in the state's Howrah district late on Friday during an act in which nine tigers were required to jump over her and then pass through a ring.

One of the tigers suddenly pounced on her and two others joined in.

Chhetri died on the way to hospital.

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Should oil drilling be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?

Please cast your vote. The enviornment and the animals are currently losing.

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Petition Text Below:

2,500 primates are imprisoned within the walls of the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center (ORPRC). ORPRC receives $15 million in federal tax dollars per year and subjects primates to a variety of cruel and useless experiments. We ask that USDA cite ORPRC for its many violations, and also ask President-Elect George W. Bush to commit to cut funding to all RPRC's.

Note: If you have trouble with the link below please write to me personally ( ) and I will resend. I know that sometimes egroups or AOL changes the link and it comes up as "Petition Not Found."


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