Action Alerts

Tell Nordstroms to Stop Selling Fur

1) Visit the website of Nordstrom Bellevue Square at
http://shop.nordstrom.com/st/nordstrom-bellevue-square
and scroll down to click on “Tell Us What You Think” — then fill in the comment box to ask them to stop selling fur!
2) Please sign this online petition and share with your friends:
https://www.change.org/petitions/nordstrom-stop-selling-all-animal-fur-3
3) Please print out this letter, sign, and mail it to Nordstrom: http://afa-online.org/NordstromLetter.pdf Or better yet, use the letter as a template for your own personalized letter. Please do this in addition to signing the petition! Paper letters carry much more weight than petitions or emails, especially these days.

 
Elephants at Woodland Park Zoo Need Your Help!

Friends of Woodland Park Zoo Elephants have advocated for the retirement of Bamboo, Chai and Watoto, the elephants living on display at Woodland Park Zoo, to a sanctuary.

 Sadly, the Zoo “owns” the elephants and only public pressure will help save the elephants from dying at WPZ.

Let them know you are disturbed that WPZ allows Bamboo, Chai and Watoto to suffer in an environment that directly harms their physical and psychological health and you want immediate actions taken to improve their conditions while working for retirement at a sanctuary. 

 WPZ receives more than $10 million from Seattle and King county tax payers every year yet claims: “we do not have a record that gives the cost of housing or caring for the elephants”.  Ask the City and County Councils to take control over the elephants’ welfare and WPZ’s irresponsible use of our hard earned tax dollars. We want action!

 We’ve included The Seattle Times’ address so they, too, hear the outpouring of support for the elephants— as well as for the article.

 In the subject line, make sure to use a word like: elephant, zoo, Chai, Bamboo

 sally.bagshaw@seattle.gov, richard.conlin@seattle.gov, sally.clark@seattle.gov,   nick.licata@seattle.gov, bruce.harrell@seattle.gov, tim.burgess@seattle.govjean.godden@seattle.gov, mike.obrien@seattle.gov, tom.rasmussen@seattle.gov, larry.gossett@kingcounty.gov,  bob.ferguson@kingcounty.gov,  kathy.lambert@kingcounty.gov,  larry.phillips@kingcounty.gov,  julia.patterson@kingcounty.gov,  jane.hague@kingcounty.gov,  pete.vonreichbauer@kingcoounty.gov,  joe.mcdermott@kingcounty.govregan.dunn@kingcounty.gov, opinion@seattletimes.com

 While writing an e-mail is appreciated, we understand that short letters or even postcards sent via regular mail have the greatest impact – do both!!!

 Metropolitan King County Council
516 Third Ave., Rm. 1200
Seattle, WA 98104

Seattle City Council
PO Box 34025
Seattle, WA 98124-4025

 For more information, go to www.freewpzelephants.org

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Hi, I'm Rachel and I've been active with NARN as long as I've been vegan 13 years! I made the choice to be vegan after learning about what happens to egg laying chickens and dairy cows. I had previously been vegetarian for 7 years because I finally made the connection that beef came from cows and pork came from pigs (duh, I know). I didn't want my food choices to cause the death of an animal. It just seems like common sense to not eat animals if you care at all about animals, the earth or your fellow human beings. I became active with NARN because after I found out about the atrocities happening to animals, I felt that I had to do what I could to help stop these injustices. NARN is local, puts the animals first, and networks with other groups. We aren't worried about getting credit - just helping the animals. One of my favorite quotes is: "I think the purpose of life is to be useful, to be responsible, to be compassionate. It is, above all to matter, to count, to stand for something, to have made some difference that you lived at all." ~ Leo Rosten and "Progress in every age results only from the fact that there are some men and women who refuse to believe that what they know to be right cannot be done." --Russell W. Davenport

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