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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

7 May 2001 Issue

Table of Contents

Advice Please - Ferrets
Slaughterhouse Brutality
Petition - St. Bernard
Ban Leghold Traps
Sled Dog Action Coalition
Robert Cohen Returns
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Those that only question situations in life and do nothing, walk aimlessly, looking upward in helplessness while tripping over obstacles below.

Those that are simply following the dictate of others become dull and walk looking downward, missing all that is about them.

But those that question with determination, find solutions, make changes and follow their own conclusions, walk upright, looking forward, progressing and accomplishing their goals.

~Linda Beane

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We have a section for animal rights petitions at    Letters can be sent via postal or email and flash campaigns can be done as well.  Thought it might help with followup as well. If you're interested in doing that, you are free to put them up there, if you need any help or assistance let me know. Also, you can sign up for your own one if you'd rather at  I don't work for them, but I met the founders and like what they are trying to do a lot.  Anyway, take care and if I can be helpful, let me know. Thanks!


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Dr. Frisby's estimate of the number of dogs and cats killed each year in your April 30, Special Edition is low. The number is between 8-10,000,000 which is much better than the 20,000,000 of 10-12 years ago.

The good news. We are making progress. There are lots of local ordinances and state statutes requiring neutering and spaying before adoption. This means in the next 5 years the number will be about 5,000,000 and in 10 years, who knows?

Source: [email protected]   (Lois Newman)

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Ark Trust's 15th Annual Genesis Awards Television Special, honoring outstanding individuals in the major media for raising awareness of animal issues, will be televised on Animal Planet at the following times:

Saturday, May 12: 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. (PT)/9 p.m. and Midnight (ET) Sunday, May 13: 10 a.m. (PT)/1 p.m. (ET)

The television special includes a segment on Korean dog and cat markets, from Mark Jordan of ITN's "Cruel World" series, which won an Award.

Kyenan Kum
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