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July 01, 2010


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I am amazed and happy to know that animals are slowly given the rights that people have. Keep it up.

That is one big step! Ohio!
Now, New York, New Jersey, places like Kansas, the Plains, where these poor animals are born and killed like machinery!

I am so happy to hear about the ruling . . . I live in Colorado; please let me know how I can help raise consciousness in our state as well!

Steps in the right direction. We have a long way to go. Humans should ask first, would I want to be treated like we're treating the cows, the pigs, the lambs, the chickens?
Let's keep striving for the humanE way if we're going to call ourselve humans.
Thank you for your collective work!

thank you so much for your tireless efforts which are showing albeit slowly a change in the fate of these poor animals. i will continue to do whatever i can to help in their battle. God bless.

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