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For Immediate Release: 05/16/07

Burbank student’s design chosen for national campaign to keep dogs from dying in hot cars

Burbank, CA — The Animal Protection Institute (API), a national non-profit animal welfare group, has chosen a poster by Woodbury University student Simon Majarian, to launch its summer initiative “My Dog is Cool.” This program aims to save dogs from dying in hot cars during warm-weather months.

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For Immediate Release: 04/30/07

Washington bans wild animals as pets

Gov. Gregoire signs historic bill after seven-year effort by animal and public safety advocates

Olympia, WA — After seven years of debate, Gov. Christine Gregoire will today sign HB 1418, the “Dangerous Wild Animal Bill,” into law. The Animal Protection Institute (API) and The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) commend state lawmakers for passage of the bill which prohibits the private possession of dangerous wild animals such as cougars, tigers, bears, monkeys, and dangerous reptiles.

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For Immediate Release: 04/23/07

Former Ringling employee joins legislator and elephant experts to rally for humane legislation

New evidence of circus elephant abuse brought to light by federal lawsuit against Ringling

WHO:

  • Assemblymember Lloyd Levine, sponsor of AB 777, the California Elephant Protection Act
  • Archele Hundley, former Ringling animal-care provider and whistleblower
  • Kim Haddad, California veterinarian and elephant expert
  • Nicole G. Paquette, Esq., Director of Legal and Government Affairs, Animal Protection Institute

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For Immediate Release: 04/12/07

Wildlife Protection Groups File Suit to Stop Delisting of Gray Wolves in Great Lakes Region

Washington, DC — Today, wildlife protection groups filed suit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over its decision to remove the protections of the Endangered Species Act from gray wolves living in the western Great Lakes region. The groups include The Humane Society of the United States, Help Our Wolves Live, and the Animal Protection Institute.

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For Immediate Release: 04/03/07

“What’s Really in Pet Food” report in high demand

Pet food recalls spur consumer demand for information and alternatives

Sacramento, CA — In response to overwhelming demand, the Animal Protection Institute (API), a national non-profit animal advocacy organization, has made its newly updated and popular “What’s Really in Pet Food” report available on its web site, www.api4animals.org.

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For Immediate Release: 04/02/07

Historic Day for Exotic Animals in Washington State

Critical bill to protect public safety and animal welfare passes Senate

Olympia, WA — The Animal Protection Institute (API) and The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) commend the Washington state Senate for passing HB 1418, the “Dangerous Wild Animal Bill,” after seven years of debate. The two groups are co-sponsors of HB 1418, which prohibits the private possession of dangerous exotic animals such as cougars, tigers, bears, monkeys, and dangerous reptiles.

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For Immediate Release: 03/12/07

Animal group applauds decision to send L.A. Zoo elephant to sanctuary

Pending legislation poises CA as leader in nationwide debate on captive elephants and animal welfare

Sacramento, CA — The Animal Protection Institute (API), the Sacramento-based national non-profit animal advocacy organization, joins citizens nationwide in applauding Mayor Villaraigosa and the Los Angeles City Council for choosing to send Ruby the elephant to the PAWS sanctuary.

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For Immediate Release: 01/10/07

Successful Sacramento specialty baking business gets “spunky” for monkeys

Sun Flour Baking Company cookie benefits primates in need

Sacramento, CA — Sacramento-based Animal Protection Institute (API) and Sun Flour Baking Company — the “Feel Good Company” — today announced a partnership to benefit hundreds of primates, many rescued from abusive or exploitative situations, now living at the 186-acre API Primate Sanctuary near San Antonio, TX.

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