Action Alerts

i Jun 13th by

Tell Nestea to Stop Abusing Animals
Before taking your next sip of tea, check the label on the bottle because you may be drinking a cupful of cruelty to animals. Nestlé, the maker of Nestea, is testing and paying others to conduct painful and deadly tea tests on animals. The company has caused animals to suffer simply to investigate the possible health benefits linked to tea products and ingredients, even though not one of these experiments is legally required for beverage manufacturers, and regulators have stated that animal tests are not sufficient to prove a health claim about a product.
For more information about these tests, see this link
Tell Nestea to stop testing on animals and join other brands—such as Lipton, Arizona, Snapple, Honest Tea, Tazo, Twinings, Stash Tea, Celestial Seasonings, Luzianne Tea, and others—that do NOT experiment on animals. Not one of these deadly experiments is legally required for beverage manufacturers.
Make direct contact:

Brad Alford
Chairman & CEO, Nestlé USA
phone             (800) 225-2270 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (800) 225-2270 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
online contact form:

Paul Bulcke
CEO, Nestlé South Africa
online contact form

Say NO to Another Massive BLM Mustang Roundup in Wyoming
Beginning as early as July 2011, the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) intends to send out helicopters to roundup over 1,600 mustangs from this HMA. After tearing foals from their mothers and forcibly driving mares from their stallions, the BLM will permanently remove 1,225 of the wild horses from their rightful home on our public lands.
Tell BLM to cancel the proposed removal of 1,225 Wild Horses from the Great Divide Basin Herd Management Area in July 2011.
Make direct contact:

Contact your U.S. Representative

Contact your U.S. Senators

Tell Amazon Fish and Pets to stop selling puppies

Little Amazon is a pet store at 10316 Aurora Avenue.
Currently they do not have puppies but they are planning on ordering a shipment for the summer.  Customers have been told that the puppies come from Kansas and Texas, and that they can order any breed a customer wants.

Please call Little Amazon politely ask them to stop selling puppies