Newsletter - Animal Writes sm
30 June 1999 Issue

On a Personal Note
From [email protected]

Is Proctor and Gamble using false advertising? Proctor and Gamble is the manufacturer of Tide, which is a widely popular clothes detergent and they have started a new advertising campaign, which is very misleading to many animal rights activists. Currently, Proctor and Gamble is advertising "Tide...." and then something snappy after it on the sides of buses and on billboards, but they should consider changing it to a more truthful slogan, "Died...for all of the innocent lives that we brutally kill in our barbaric and archaic testing methods."

Each year Proctor and Gamble kills thousands upon thousands of animals in their testing of various products. Please write to P&G and tell them you don't support animal testing and they should follow the lead of many other companies and stop these pointless killings. Also tell them that you are going to boycott their products and spread the word about the harm they are afflicting and keep to it until they cease this barbaric practice.

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