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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

8 April 2001 Issue

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Sled Dog Coalition
St. Bernard
Stop Rodeo Cruelty
Beagles Liberated From Lab
Help Find Stolen dog
Send Free FAX
Serious Situation
Pet Poison Control Center
Help Beaked Whales
Warning To All Rescuers

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Please go to following URL,  

If you have any information that may help this family find their dog please email them at:
Rascal [email protected] , there is cash reward for locating the pet.

The family is very upset and grieving the loss of Rascal.

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go to the following url:  or 

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I ask for the privilege of not being born...not to be born until you can assure me of a home and a master to protect me, and a right to live as long as I am physically able to enjoy life...not to be born until my body is precious and men have ceased to exploit it because it is cheap and plentiful.

Author Unknown

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Pet Poison Control Center

Do you know what to do if your pet gets into a toxic substance? In a life and death situation when every minute counts for an animal, you can call the ASPCA Control Center for 24-hour emergency information. Call toll-free, 1-888-4ANI-HELP (1-888-426-4435). The Web site includes a great section on how to PREVENT poisoning. Visit it at  .

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Anti-Cockfighting Bill

Call Senator Trent Lott's Office Re Anti-Cockfighting Bill/4-4-01 From: [email protected] (Mary Zoeter) [email protected] writes: TELL LOTT TO ALLOW SENATE TO VOTE ON COCKFIGHTING: As reported on ABC World News Tonight's recently-aired special investigative report on cockfighting, Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS) was responsible for blocking passage of S. 345, the federal anti-cockfighting bill, in the last Congress. Although sponsors of S. 345 say that the bill would pass overwhelmingly if put to a vote, Senator Lott has for months refused to allow S. 345 (which will bar interstate transport of fighting birds) to be voted on in the Senate. Now a new bill has been introduced (also called S. 345) & it's time Senator Lott allows the Senate to vote on it. The Mississippi Sheriffs' Association & Mississippi Veterinary Medical Association have endorsed this legislation.

WHAT YOU CAN DO: Word has it that after the ABC News report, cockfighters have flooded Lott's office with phone calls of support. Senator Lott must hear from the thousands of animal protectionists who want to ban this cruelty. Call Senator Lott's office at (202) 224- 6253 & politely urge him to support S. 345 & allow the Senate to vote on it SOON!

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