Newsletter - Animal Writes sm
8 September 1999 Issue

Action for Animals
By [email protected]

I don't know about you, but there's been many times after I get home from shopping where I actually feel guilty. I think to myself, "Ya know, the money that you used to buy that red sweater, which you didn't need anyway, could have been donated to an animal organization and possibly, most likely, helped to save a life. Now, imagine the rush of excitement when I learned what I am about to share with you

Picture this: Every time you go shopping and pull out that credit card, you are actually buying your goods and making a contribution to the animal organization of your choice, at no extra cost to you!

That's right! Master Card offers a credit card called, "Action for Animals." In addition to a certain percentage of every purchase going to the animal organization of your choice, you also receive a membership in the Pet Assure Pet Care Savings Program (a value of $99.00) for free. As a member of this program, you receive discounts of 25% on veterinary services (with participating vets) and 10-50% on pet products and ancillary services (also with participating pet service and product suppliers).

I am not a sales person and I am not employed by any organization affiliated with this credit card. I am just a proponent of animal rights, like you, and I've found such a great product/service which benefits both the individual using it and the animal rights organizations, that I could not bare to keep it to myself. If you're going to be using credit cards anyway, why not employ one that actually helps support your cause?

To find out more, or to apply online, go to
or call 1-888-261-4680.

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