Typical treatment, just so you can eat something you don’t need

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ALL beings feel and have emotions

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How can this ever rightfully be condoned? Sickening.

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Got milk?

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Mali in Manila. 35 years in solitary confinement.

Horribly, horribly sad. I truly dislike (ok, hate), people who think nothing is wrong with treating another being this way.

Please “Like” Free Mali (on FB)

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This is wrong, cruel, disgusting, and unnecessary

It’s beyond unconscionable.

A high-ranking representative of the National Audubon Society just published a major newspaper editorial calling on the public to kill millions of cats by poisoning them with Tylenol.

In the Orlando Sentinel, Ted Williams, editor-at-large for Audubon Magazine, advised readers that Tylenol is “a completely selective feral-cat poison.”

This isn’t just cruel and irresponsible, but also illegal and sickening. Poisoning is a slow and cruel death for cats. It’s just disgusting to think that anyone from a national animal advocacy organization could advocate poisoning cats. Reckless doesn’t even cover it. It’s a dangerous new low.

We have to respond immediately.

Please join Alley Cat Allies and send an email directly to the National Audubon Society CEO David Yarnold and Chairman B. Holt Thrasher calling on them to denounce this shameful, hateful article. Mr. Williams must be removed from his office immediately.

Click here to send a message directly to Audubon CEO David Yarnold and Chairman B. Holt Thrasher to fire Ted Williams. We can’t have these kinds of reckless pleas for cats to be murdered.

This isn’t the first time we’ve had to respond to something like this. In 2011, Nico Dauphine, a Smithsonian Institution bird researcher was fired for attempting to poison feral cats outside her apartment building. She was convicted of attempted animal cruelty.

A spotlight was shined on Dauphine’s incorrigible behavior because Alley Cat Allies and our supporters demanded it.

We have to do that again now. The law doesn’t equivocate: killing a cat is a criminal offense in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Ted Williams used a major media platform to call for cats to be illegally and torturously killed. It cannot be excused.

The Audubon Society should respond with swift and decisive action to dismiss Williams.

Click here to send an email to the CEO and Chairman of the Audubon Society: Ted Williams must be let go. His op-ed was shameful and dangerous.

Our voices are stronger when we’re together and we have to speak out right away.

Thank you,

Becky Robinson President Alley Cat Allies

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A genius is so many ways

While this quote is attributed to Albert Einstein in the photo, I have also found it attributed to Leo Tolstoy, and St. Francis of Assisi. So I don’t know for sure who said it. But no matter, the words still ring true.
einstein

Oh, if they could only talk and tell us their stories!

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Not food. Despite what the majority says.

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Maxwell

One very cold February morning 2 years ago, this emaciated, sick little boy showed up on our patio, looking for someone to love him. And so we did. And look how beautiful and happy he looks today!

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This breaks my heart. No words needed.

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This is sick and cruel, and you help pay for it

Your tax dollars at work, paying for this sick, evil, and cruel animal abuse.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/03/12/animal-torture-abuse-called-regular-practice-within-federal-wildlife-agency/

I love this guy

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