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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

8 November 2000 Issue

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Hi there,

I hope you enjoy our newest issue of AIP.

Unfortunately one of my staff has suffered a sudden and unexpected bereavement in the loss of her beloved companion dog, Chili.

A dedication to Chili will appear in FUR HEAVEN SENT.

I offer to Jill, my sympathies and my friendship as she adjusts to this time of tragic loss and heartbreak.

{ HUGS TO YOU JILL }

Table of Contents
FUR HEAVEN SENT
Kevin`s Corner
ALF REPORT
WRITE
Sign Petition
AIP Information Corner
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR DOG IS CHOKING
Action Alert
Subscription Information

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WRITE
INSIST ON FELONY CHARGE

Timothy Alan Freeman, age 44, will have a hearing on felony animal cruelty charges on Dec. 18, 2000 at 8:45 a.m.

Witnesses say Freeman held a four-month old kitten underwater and threw her ten feet against a wall in Sept. 2000. Investigating police arrested Freeman when they found the kitten hidden on his property. Police said the kitten was near death and had bloody stools. A veterinarian later said the kitten was suffering from shock and internal bleeding. He further said that four ribs had been previously broken.

Prosecuting attorney Dan Hess said, "[It was] excessively cruel and borderline torture," according to local news media. However, it's feared that the felony charges may be reduced to misdemeanors.

Write to Deputy District Atty. Dan Hess to urge that the felony charges do NOT be reduced.

Dep District Atty Dan Hess
Superior Court of California
West Justice Center
8141 13th Street
Westminster, CA 92683-4593

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SIGN PETITON
HELP NEEDED
ABUSED DOGS BEFRIENDED BY TEEN

A teen girl and family is now fighting desperately to save an abused and neglected dog from being returned to her owners, and even worse, from having them take her puppies and subject them to the same life that their poor mother has endured.

The teens`name is Kathryn and she lives in Grand Rapids,Michigan, on the west side. Please take a minute to read her story, and sign the online petition:
Neglect Is Cruelty And Cruelty Is A Crime Petition
http://www.petitiononline.com/nia4c/petition.html  

The site for dog's story is as follows:
Neglect Is Abuse Too
http://www.home.graffiti.net/neglectisabusetoo/neglectisabusetoo.html

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What To Do When Your Dog Is Choking

Choking In your pet is a serious situation. Here are some tips on how to handle such an emergency.

IMPORTANT Do not pull thread or string from the dog's throat. A needle or hook may be attached. Get to a veterinarian as soon as possible.

Symptoms Violent pawing at the face. Gasping and gulping. Great agitation and anxiety.

1. Restrain the dog. Open its mouth wide and pull out its tongue with your fingers or a cloth. Holding the tongue, look deeply into the dog's throat with a bright light.

2A. If you can see the obstruction, grasp it firmly and gently remove it.

2B. If you cannot see the obstruction, lay the dog on its side, place your palms just behind the last rib and give 4 quick thrusts. Recheck the throat. Repeat thrusts if necessary.

More information and illustrations may be found at the following link.
Canine Health Issues
http://mysticwood.com/disease.html  

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ACTION ALERT

THE ISSUE

The Bear Protection Act (S. 1109/H.R. 2166) passed the Senate on Tuesday, October 17. This bill, sponsored in the Senate by Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and in the House by Representative John Porter (R-IL), will ban the trade in bear parts, especially the gall bladders and bile.

Now, the Bear Protection Act must be voted on by the House of Representatives. Time is running out in the legislative session. If the Bear Protection Act is not passed before Congress adjourns, it will have to wait until January to be reintroduced.

WHAT YOU CAN DO 1. Call or e-mail the Speaker of the House, Representative Dennis Hastert. The phone number is (202) 225-0600 and the e-mail address is speaker@house.mail.gov.

2. Politely ask that the Speaker "bring the Bear Protection Act AS PASSED BY THE SENATE to the House floor for a vote before Congress adjourns."

Without passage of the Bear Protection Act, poachers will continue to profit from their ruthless and illegal bear kills. Please take action today! Thank you.

For more information about the Bear Protection Act, visit the sites below:
http://www.saplonline.org/bear.htm
http://www.ddal.org/Publications/Guardian/archive/bears.html

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