Farm Sanctuary’s E-News & Action Alert 6/09/06

June 10th, 2006 12:54 pm by Kelly Garbato

You can read Farm Sanctuary’s latest newsletter online!

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From: Farm Sanctuary – info [at] farmsanctuary [dot] org
Date: Jun 9, 2006 4:35 PM
Subject: Farm Sanctuary’s E-News & Action Alert 6/09/06

The Activist-at-Large

When going out this summer, either in your own neighborhood or far away, please remember to take a few moments to raise awareness about farm animals. Simply keep some Farm Sanctuary restaurant cards in your purse, backpack or wallet. Order them now: force-feeding ducks for foie, cruel veal production, Wolfgang Puck restaurants and veg menu options (see links below this message). Give these cards to restaurant managers or leave them at establishments, as you travel out and about.

Email mailto:Campaign [at] FarmSanctuary [dot] org to let us know where you have distributed them and if you receive feedback from establishment proprietors.

https://secure.vegsource.com/farmsanc/item.cgi?rm=edit_item&item_id=6709

https://secure.vegsource.com/farmsanc/item.cgi?rm=edit_item&item_id=7814

https://secure.vegsource.com/farmsanc/item.cgi?rm=edit_item&item_id=25061

https://secure.vegsource.com/farmsanc/item.cgi?rm=edit_item&item_id=6268

Farm Animal of the Month: Jeremiah

Before arriving at Farm Sanctuary, Jeremiah lived in a pond in the busy shopping district of a San Francisco neighborhood, surrounded by noise and traffic. Completely blind, his life was very difficult. But thankfully, with the help of a kind woman who knew he deserved a better home, he found his way to our California Shelter. Here he is given the love and special care he needs to thrive, and he gives back to us in many ways as well. We love Jeremiah, and we know you will as well.

Read more: http://www.farmsanctuary.org/adopt/rescue_jeremiah.htm

Give a Pig a Belly Rub

Join us as we continue to celebrate 20 years of rescuing and protecting farm animals at our annual Fourth of July Pignic. Guests will enjoy delicious veggie dogs hot off the grill as well as free tours of our shelters that are home to hundreds of rescued farm animals. Guided tours are available on the hour from 11 am until 3pm. Come out to our NY or CA Shelter and give a pig a belly rub!

http://www.farmsanctuary.org/visit/calendar.htm#july4

Use GoodSearch.com and Raise Funds for Farm Animals!

Make Goodsearch.com your home page so that every time you search the internet, you raise funds for Farm Sanctuary’s rescue and protection programs. A search engine with a unique social mission, it’s an easy way to help farm animals everyday. If every member of our E-Mail News and Action Alerts used GoodSearch twice a day for a year, Farm Sanctuary would earn over $73,000 for farm animals! To get started today, visit www.goodsearch.com and choose Farm Sanctuary as your designated charity. Thank you!

http://www.goodsearch.com/

Painting for Paws ~ Art With a Cause

This heartwarming farm scene titled “Hilda’s Friends,” by Karen Derrico raised $4,000 at our 20th anniversary Gala silent auction! Now you can purchase a limited edition of this beautiful artwork featuring Farm Sanctuary residents, including the beloved Hilda, with 25% of proceeds benefiting Farm Sanctuary. Click below to purchase “Hilda’s Friends.”

http://www.painting4paws.com/hildasfriends.html

IN THE NEWS

Foes See Foie Gras as a Fat Target
USA Today
June 2, 2006

Letter to the Editor by Farm Sanctuary president, Gene Bauston
Animal Cruelty at Head of Triumph Debate
Quad-City Times
June 7, 2006

USDA: Much Still Unknown About Two US BSE Cases
Cattlenetwork.com
June 8, 2006

Fixing the Downer Pig Problem
Meat & Poultry
May 1, 2006

Wild Birds’ Role in HPAI Crisis Confirmed
FAO Newsroom
June 1, 2006

Farm Animal Plush
Three adorable plush farm animals to choose from!

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Farm Sanctuary is the nation’s leading farm animal protection organization. Since incorporating in 1986, we have worked to expose and stop cruel practices of the “food animal” industry through research and investigations, legal and legislative actions, public awareness projects, youth education, and direct rescue and refuge efforts. Our shelters in Watkins Glen, NY and Orland, CA provide lifelong care for hundreds of rescued animals, who have become ambassadors for farm animals everywhere by educating visitors about the realities of factory farming. For more information about Farm Sanctuary or our programs, please visit http://www.farmsanctuary.org or call 607-583-2225. To become a Farm Sanctuary member or to make a donation today using our secure online form, http://www.farmsanctuary.org/join/donate2.htm. For updates on previous action alerts, http://www.farmsanctuary.org/actionalerts/update.htm.

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