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|Originally Posted: 26 Aug 2010|
End Brutality to Cats and Ferrets at St. Louis Children's Hospital
Tell St. Louis Children's Hospital to being using modern simulators rather than torturing cats and ferrets in intubation trainings.
INFORMATION / TALKING POINTS
PETA, along with the help of thousands of compassionate supporters like you, has been relentlessly urging St. Louis Children's Hospital to replace the cruel use of cats and ferrets for intubation training in its Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) course and other similar courses with the use of modern and educationally superior humanlike simulators that the hospital already owns.
Unfortunately, St. Louis Children's Hospital hasn't had a change of heart, and its next PALS course starts this Friday, August 27, 2010!
Please take a few minutes of your time to call St. Louis Children's Hospital President Lee Fetter at 314-454-4253 and politely urge him to show compassion for animals by ending the use of cats and ferrets in the hospital's PALS course and other related courses.
Thank you for everything you do for animals!