Action Alerts

 

Write to Kathy Ireland and let her know the truth about the fur industry
Kathy Ireland tweeted that if suffering occurred in the fur industry, she would never be involved.
In response, Seattle’s own Seattle Animal Defense League said “So being anally electrocuted where there are documented cases of animals being skinned alive isn’t suffering?”
She replied, “That is tragic. Designers who allow such things are not cautious. [American Legend] simply would not accept that behavior.”
SAY WHAT?! It looks like she needs some education about the fur industry.

Let her know @kathyireland

 

 

Act Now or Animal Abuse in Minnesota Will Be Illegal to Record and Expose

Tell Minnesota’s governor to VETO House File (H.F.) 1369 and Senate File (S.F.) 1118 if they are passed by the state legislature. This legislation would subject whistleblowers to criminal prosecution for their efforts to expose cruelty to animals on factory farms, in laboratories, and in other facilities in which animals are abused.

Mark Dayton
Office of the Governor
130 State Capitol
75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
phone (651) 201-3400
fax (651) 797-1850
online contact: http://mn.gov/governor/contact-us/form/

INFORMATION / TALKING POINTS

House File (H.F.) 1369 and Senate File (S.F.) 1118, which are now before the Minnesota state legislature, would subject whistleblowers to criminal prosecution for their efforts to expose cruelty to animals on factory farms, in laboratories, and in other facilities in which animals are abused. If passed, the bills would make it a crime to photograph or record video in these facilities without the owner’s consent—even if that evidence shows violations of the law. These bills would punish whistleblowers and could hurt vital undercover work that exposes routine—and often criminal—abuse of animals in the factory-farming and animal experimentation industries.

 

Let’s Ban the Primate “Pet” Trade
Urge you U.S. Congressional representative to co-sponor/support H.R. 4306, The Captive Primate Safety Act. This legislation would prohibit interstate commerce in primates.

Contact your U.S. Representative
http://www.house.gov/