The FBI is now mutilating baby pigs
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DxE Direct Action Everywhere
September 2017


I thought you'd want to hear about this. The Washington Post is reporting that the FBI cut a chunk off the ears of a piglet at a sanctuary in Colorado in its wild pighunt for baby Lily.

Volunteers at a sanctuary were crying, and the poor piglet squealed in terror as pieces of her ear were torn off. We have no idea what the FBI is planning next, but we need your help to protect innocent animals who are being bullied by the FBI.

Please share the Washington Post story and ask your friends to sign the petition inside - FBI raids animal shelters, searching for piglets rescued from factory farm, activists say.

While corporations such as Smithfield (which is now owned by a Chinese conglomerate with a history of food safety violations) have incredible power, we have even more power when we come together.

Our petition has now been signed by over 11,000 people, and as we shine more light on these abuses, I am confident the government will respond by calling off the hunt for baby Lily.

Sign the online petition - Attorney General Sessions: Stop the Hunt for Baby Lily!

And/Or better yet, make direct contact:

Office of the Attorney General
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
Department Comment Line: (202) 353-1555


July 5, 2017: Lily and her sister were rescued from the largest pig farm in the USA - Smithfield's Circle Four Farms in Utah that supplies Costco, among other companies. The investigation, covered in the New York Times, revealed extreme confinement and abuse, including piglets forced to nurse from their mothers' bloody nipples.

wounded baby piglet

Lily before being rescued.

rescued piglet Lily
Lily after!

Thank you for everything you do for animals!

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