Gray wolves are being cruelly slaughtered in Wisconsin, and soon, dogs may be forced to participate in the brutal hunt. Help prevent this abusive practice by contacting your state legislators AND Dane County Judge Peter Anderson today!
Judge Anderson issued a temporary injunction against the use of dogs in wolf hunts on August 31, after humane societies and environmental groups sued. This injunction will be lifted on December 20 – in only 3 short days! Please ask him to extend the injunction without delay by calling his office at 608-266-4937 or emailing the court clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, tell your state senators that you support Senator Risser’s bill S.B. 93, which would end hounding permanently in the state. These state officials need to know that you won’t tolerate such a savage hunt in Wisconsin!
There is exciting progress in the fight to end the private ownership of primates in Michigan. Senator Rick Jones (R-24) has introduced S.B. 669 to make it unlawful to own, breed, or sell nonhuman primates as pets. We need your help to urge the Agriculture Committee to approve this bill!
The senators on the Agriculture Committee need to hear that this bill is crucial for public safety and animal welfare, and that their constituents care deeply about the issue. Please call or email these senators to tell them that both primates and humans in Michigan deserve this protection.
M. Wells Steakhouse in Long Island City, NY is using an appalling gimmick to drum up business for its big opening--putting lion meat on the menu.
What the restaurant owners won't tell customers is that lion meat is virtually unregulated. Lions sold for slaughter in the U.S. are completely omitted from the Humane Slaughter Act, and there is little oversight for their welfare or the safety of their meat.
As a concerned New York citizen, please call the owners of M. Wells Steakhouse at 718-786-9060 to let them know that lions belong on the endangered species list, not on the menu!
You've only got a few more days to order wonderful, wild, and unique gift items from Born Free USA to please all of the animal lovers on your list. Every item here (and the others on our website) helps save lives. What better gifts than those built on compassion?
To receive your merchandise by Christmas, be sure to order wines and candles by tomorrow (Wednesday, December 18) and to order all other items by this Friday (December 20).
There are so many ways to help animals this season. Shop with Born Free USA--but hurry!
Born Free USA works hard to help wildlife in need, and birds are no exception. That’s why we’re excited to celebrate the 13th Annual National Bird Day on Sunday, January 5, 2014! National Bird Day, created by Born Free USA and the Avian Welfare Coalition, shines a spotlight on issues critical to the protection and survival of birds – captive and wild. The annual campaign educates people about the international trade in wild birds, raises awareness about standards of care for pet birds, and engenders a deeper respect and understanding about global avian conservation issues.
If you give just ONE gift this season, make it a gift filled with compassion!
I wonder if, like me, you consider the holidays to be a time to show you really care--a time to give gifts that are lasting, comforting, and meaningful.
Today, on #GivingTuesday, I'm asking every Born Free USA supporter to adopt ONE primate, purchase ONE gift membership, or purchase ONE item--like a piece of jewelry or a bottle of vegan, organic wine--from our compassionate selection of merchandise.
Tonight is HamBingo! Come on out for a wild night to benefit Born Free USA.
For a $15 donation, you get to play 10 bingo games with the chance to win some great prizes. All proceeds from the bingo games benefit our work for animals.
The fun starts at 8:00 at Hamburger Mary's (5400 N. Clark in Chicago), so grab a few friends and join me tonight for a wacky good time for wildlife!
This isn't church bingo! Leave the kids at home and join me at Hamburger Mary's in Andersonville (5400 N. Clark, Chicago) on December 2 at 8:00 p.m. for a night of Charity HamBingo to benefit wildlife.