Action Alerts

i Sep 12th by

Tell Nestea to Stop Brutalizing Animals to “Test” Tea
Take a moment to tell Nestea to stop testing on animals and join other brands—such as Arizona, Celestial Seasonings, Honest Tea, Lipton, Luzianne Tea, Snapple, Stash Tea, Tazo, Twinings, and others—that don’t experiment on animals.
Before taking your next sip of iced tea, check the label on the bottle because you may be drinking a cupful of cruelty to animals. Nestlé, which makes Nestea, conducts—and pays others to conduct—painful and deadly tea tests on animals. The company causes 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 health claims about food and beverage products.
In these cruel tests, mice and rats were tormented and then killed by decapitation and other methods.

Paul Bulcke
Nestlé S.A.
Nestle online email form:

Brad Alford
Nestlé USA
Nestle online email form:

Tell the Comcast Arena in Everett to make this the last year they host a circus with animals.
This coming week, Ringling Bros will have numerous performances at the Everett Events Center
The animals do not enjoy being carted all over the country to jump through hoops in a brightly lit circus ring. Elephants, and the other animals in the circus, deserve better than to be forced to perform tricks for peoples’ amusement.

Comcast Arena
2000 Hewitt Avenue, Suite 200
Everett, WA, 98201
phone (425) 322-2600

Act Now to Stop American Horses from Being Slaughtered in the U.S. and Abroad
American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act of 2011  (S. 1176) will end the slaughter of American horses here and, most urgently, will stop these horses from being exported abroad for slaughter. The sponsors, who have long championed the cause, have the bipartisan support of 14 colleagues who are co-sponsoring the bill
Tell your Senators to VOTE YES on S. 1176, to support the end of horse slaughter in the U.S…AND end the shipment of U.S. horses to be slaughtered abroad.

Contact your U.S. Senators

Protect the George Washington National Forest from drilling and logging
The Forest Service is considering plans for future natural gas drilling and commercial logging in the George Washington National Forest. Please tell the Forest Service to keep irresponsible industrial development out of the forest, which provides a recreational refuge for millions of people and vital habitat for an array of wildlife.


George Washington Plan Revision
George Washington & Jefferson National Forests
Karen Overcash, Planning Team Leader
5162 Valleypointe Parkway
Roanoke, VA 24019ext
phone (540) 265-5100