Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter
25 May 2009 Issue
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Save the Iditarod dogs from
being beaten and run to death.
Send protest emails to race supporters: www.helpsleddogs.org/sponsors.htm
You laugh at me because I am different; I laugh because you are all the same. ~Daniel Knode
1.) Animal Rights Activists Are Not Terrorist
2.) Farm Sanctuary Issues Statement on the Swine Flu Outbreak
3.) !!PROTEST!! - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) has been buying live cats from Odessa,Texas Animal Control For Cruel Medical Training Courses
4.) Pit bull saves Holland woman from abductor
5.) PETA & Pita
6.) 6 Families alleging Flea and Tick Products Harmed and Killed Pets - Increased Scrutiny of Flea and Tick Control Products for Pets
7.) A New Leash on Life, Puppies Behind Bars
8.) Inside the lab of Marilyn Carroll at the University of Minnesota
9.) Little Robin Red Chest
10.) Watch this Wonderful video at Youtube, great animal rights graphics and music, a must see
11.) Free Screen Cleaner
12.) A True Duck Story
13.) "SAYING GOODBYE TO YOUR ANGEL ANIMALS"
"All truth passes through three stages:
First it is Ridiculed.
Second, it is Violently Opposed.
Third, it is Accepted as being Self-Evident."
~Arthur Schopenhauer~ (1778-1860)
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