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Originally Posted: March 16, 2013
FROM Alley Cat Allies
Ted Williams, a high-ranking representative of the National Audubon Society, just published a major newspaper editorial calling on the public to kill millions of cats by poisoning them with Tylenol.
The editorial has now been whitewashed, removing the mention of Tylenol without the Audubon Society apologizing or the Orlando Sentinel acknowledging the change (Click here to read the original). National Audubon Society CEO David Yarnold and Chairman B. Holt Thrasher must denounce this shameful, hateful article and remove Mr. Williams from his position.
Sign an online petition (copy/paste URL into your browser):
And/or better yet, make direct contact:
Mr. B. Holt Thrasher
Mr. David Yarnold
225 Varick Street
New York, NY 10014
phone (212) 979-3000
online contact form: http://www.audubon.org/contact-us
INFORMATION / TALKING POINTS
Ted Williams, a high-ranking representative of the National Audubon
Society, just published a major newspaper editorial calling on the public to
kill millions of cats by poisoning them with Tylenol.
This isn’t just cruel and irresponsible, but also illegal and sickening.
Poisoning is a slow and cruel death for cats. It’s just disgusting to think that anyone from a national animal advocacy organization could advocate poisoning cats.
Thank you for everything you do for animals!
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