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Animals In Print
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From 26 December 2003 Issue

Breaking News From PETA.org on Mad Cow Disease

In the wake of the discovery of the first known case of mad cow disease in the U.S., Santa made an emergency pit stop outside the USDA on Christmas Eve to warn the country about "mad cow" dangers.

When Santa Claus heard Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman proclaim that she'd be serving beef on Christmas despite the long-dreaded confirmation of mad cow disease in the United States, he loaded up his sleigh and made an early stop in Washington to warn Americans that it could be dangerous for them to follow Veneman's example.

For more information visit PETA.org.  http://click.exacttarget.com/?fe871077766c06757d-fe6315737c6606797016
 

http://www.peta.org/feat/madcowus /
 

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