Pigs Peace Sanctuary Supporters Message Board › Virtual Party to Raise Funds to Help Stop Puppy Mills
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Date: April 19, 2009, 4:30 PM Pacific Time (Virtual Party to Raise Funds to Help Stop Puppy Mills)
PLEASE ALSO RSVP ON THE WEB LINK BELOW:
For more details about this invitation and to RSVP online, go to:
NOTE: As this is a virtual party, there will be no conference call number to dial into. You can go to the web site on 4/19, and hear the recorded call after the party.
Who will be on the recorded call?
Join our special guests—economist, author and actor Ben Stein, HSLF President Mike Markarian, and Congressmen Sam Farr (D-Calif.) and Jim Gerlach (R-Pa.)—on the April 19 nationwide conference call!
*Note: Please forward this onto your friends! This virtual party is open to everyone!
Puppy mills are breeding facilities that mass-produce puppies for sale in pet stores, over the Internet, and directly to the public. Dogs are stacked in filthy wire cages, often with no veterinary care or human interaction, and they are treated not like pets but like a cash crop. Mother dogs are constantly bred and kept in continuous confinement. They are destroyed or discarded when they can no longer churn out puppies.
Join the Humane Society Legislative Fund as we party to get political for animals with our nationwide Put an End to Puppy Mills Party on Sunday, April 19th, 4:30 pacific time!
We can help to raise much-needed funds for HSLF, the political and lobbying affiliate of The Humane Society of the United States. Please RSVP, and make your secure contribution online now. Or, return to this site anytime to make your secure online contribution.
Every contribution helps reach the fundraising goal and will help the HSLF's education and lobbying campaigns. We need stronger laws to protect animals from cruelty and abuse, and more humane lawmakers to pass these laws. The HSLF works at the state and federal level on animal protection legislation and also works to support humane candidates for office.
Thank you for your help!
P.S. Contributions or gifts to Humane Society Legislative Fund are not tax deductible. Your donation may be used for lobbying to pass laws to protect animals, as well as for political purposes, such as supporting or opposing candidates. HSLF does not accept contributions from business corporations or labor organizations.