Category Archives: Action Alerts

Action Alerts

Brookstone’s Frog-O-Sphere Supplier Exposed
Your Voice Is Urgently Needed
Brookstone, Wild Creations’ biggest customer, bears much responsibility for the systemic neglect and mistreatment of frogs uncovered by PETA’s investigation. Brookstone has refused to meet with PETA and has ignored the concerns of thousands of compassionate consumers. Please call on Brookstone to stop contributing to the suffering of tens of thousands of animals by ending the sale of Frog-O-Spheres immediately and pledging never to sell any live animals again.
http://tinyurl.com/yd5aon6 (peta action alert)

Action Alerts, News of Note & Community Events, now on the NARN Blog

The NARN Blog will now be the place to go to see Action Alerts, News of Note about Animal Issues, as well as Community Events that are either directly related to Animal Rights issues, or events that we thought might be of interest to NARN’s membership.

Keep checking the NARN Blog, or even subscribe, as it will now be updated a few times a week with News Stories and Action Alerts.  This will allow us to post items of interest in a more timely manner rather than waiting for the Weekly Email to roll out.

Out first Action Alert is from the good folks at Save Washington Pets:

Support Spay Neuter Assistance Legislation
Spay/Neuter Assistance Bill (SB 5329/HB 1406) has been proposed by Save Washington Pets, and will fund approximately 70,000 spay/neuter surgeries per year.
The bill has been sitting in the senate and house agriculture committees since hearings were held last session. These committees need to act on this bill by voting it out of committee in the 2010 session. Only then does the bill survive and have a chance to proceed toward a vote by the whole house and senate.
Take Action
Please contact your state legislator, and let them know you support the Spay/Neuter Assistance Bill (SB 5329/HB 1406).
Need to find out who your state legislators are? Here’s how to find them:
http://apps.leg.wa.gov/DistrictFinder/Default.aspx

For talking points and more information, check out:
http://savewashingtonpets.org