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Originally Posted: 22 December 2008
Encourage Government To Improve the Lives of Animals - Updated 22 December 2008
Contact the incoming Obama Administration and encourage positive change for animals; their treatment, their transport, their quality of life on factory farms, in slaughterhouses, in labs, in pet stores, on fur farms, at puppy mills, etc., etc.
And urge that all executive and managerial appointments be given to people who are NOT associated with animal exploitation industries.
If you cannot remember who you already contacted, donít worry. Send a second (or third?) message, by web link, fax, phone or email!
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