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Pedido solidario

From:
Cloudy Queen
Date:
2013-12-24 @ 22:27
Por favor si pueden pedir aca que acepten donaciones en criptomonedas, se
los agredecere

I worked in a laboratory where I saw how animals were treated, and I made a
promise that when I left there, I would change things for them.
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Dear Ana,

Seeing Arden the 4-year-old chimp swing from branch to branch is a sight
that brings me to tears.

She is precocious, fun-loving.

But up until a few months ago, she was just a name on a spreadsheet.

Watch Arden's story, then be a Humane Hero for animals like
her.<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=XjsuRkzfX63gC5r5kmVG5A>

In 2008, we conducted a 9-month undercover investigation at New Iberia
Research Center -- the largest chimpanzee lab in the world -- exposing the
routine and inhumane mistreatment of the primates there.

Video footage captured a nightmarish existence spent subjected to painful
experiments, and consumed by anxiety -- some screaming, throwing themselves
against their cages, and even tearing large gashes into their own arms and
legs.

This was the life Arden was born into. Thankfully, refuge came early for
her.

Will you be a Humane Hero for animals like Arden with a monthly gift of
$20.14 -- only 66 cents a
day?<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=7-LZurMvWQq1Do1dWckaTg>

With our investigation fueling the effort to get chimps out of labs, and
after our continuous advocacy work with federal lawmakers and government
agencies, the turning point has finally come.

The National Institutes of Health announced a plan to retire all of its
chimps from NIRC to Chimp Haven, the national chimpanzee sanctuary. Soon
after, they recommended that the vast majority of government-owned chimps
be phased out of laboratory testing and retired to sanctuary.

*It's been a long road, but the promise of new lives for hundreds of
government-owned chimpanzees is now in sight.*

Arden was among the first 50 chimps from NIRC to arrive at Chimp Haven.
When I saw her swinging in the trees, I was moved to tears. Arden gets to
grow up in as close to a natural environment as possible, and to be with
her family -- with no bars between them. *With your help, we can continue
to make this life a reality for more chimps and other primates.*

Your monthly gift of $20.14, or whatever you can
afford,<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=GVMV7sQVLkz6WcXUcCoPaw>will
help create transformational change for animals -- from funding the
care of chimps like Arden as they are retired to sanctuary, to confronting
cruelty in puppy mills, factory farms, and so much more.

Thank you for everything you do to make our world a more humane society.

Sincerely,

Kathleen Conlee
Vice President, Animal Research Issues
The Humane Society of the United States

P.S. Your monthly gift of $20.14 gives animals like Arden a second chance
and supports all of the lifesaving work that we
do.<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=pHy9-FAZ5oeXrRDIrEkf5w>If
you would prefer to make your gift over the phone, you can call *(866)
673-3553*, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 9:00 a.m.
to 6:00 p.m., Eastern time.

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Re: Pedido solidario

From:
Cloudy Queen
Date:
2013-12-24 @ 22:27
Y si se prenden en donar, mejor


2013/12/24 Cloudy Queen <nikkiestigma@gmail.com>

> Por favor si pueden pedir aca que acepten donaciones en criptomonedas, se
> los agredecere
>
> I worked in a laboratory where I saw how animals were treated, and I made
> a promise that when I left there, I would change things for them.
> Watch Arden the chimpanzee's story and be a Humane Hero for animals like
> her» <http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=tQzhFQqPGA0Kbwsqi-6L1A>
>   Trouble with links or images? View this message 
online<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=Ga_tDIBY2A6KkfG6grPqmw>
> .
>     [image: Watch Arden's 
story]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=CfDZ7TV3rggCCBkwVHMw4A>
>     December 19, 2013
>  [image: Humane Action share] [image: Share on 
Facebook]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=PIKu3RPrsqW2TlrxCs-XbA>
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> Share on 
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> Send an 
Email]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=b6YRQ4VZlX_2ZSMDqfAT6g>
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> Watch Arden's 
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> Dear Ana,
>
> Seeing Arden the 4-year-old chimp swing from branch to branch is a sight
> that brings me to tears.
>
> She is precocious, fun-loving.
>
> But up until a few months ago, she was just a name on a spreadsheet.
>
> Watch Arden's story, then be a Humane Hero for animals like 
her.<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=XjsuRkzfX63gC5r5kmVG5A>
>
> In 2008, we conducted a 9-month undercover investigation at New Iberia
> Research Center -- the largest chimpanzee lab in the world -- exposing the
> routine and inhumane mistreatment of the primates there.
>
> Video footage captured a nightmarish existence spent subjected to painful
> experiments, and consumed by anxiety -- some screaming, throwing themselves
> against their cages, and even tearing large gashes into their own arms and
> legs.
>
> This was the life Arden was born into. Thankfully, refuge came early for
> her.
>
> Will you be a Humane Hero for animals like Arden with a monthly gift of
> $20.14 -- only 66 cents a 
day?<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=7-LZurMvWQq1Do1dWckaTg>
>
> With our investigation fueling the effort to get chimps out of labs, and
> after our continuous advocacy work with federal lawmakers and government
> agencies, the turning point has finally come.
>
> The National Institutes of Health announced a plan to retire all of its
> chimps from NIRC to Chimp Haven, the national chimpanzee sanctuary. Soon
> after, they recommended that the vast majority of government-owned chimps
> be phased out of laboratory testing and retired to sanctuary.
>
> *It's been a long road, but the promise of new lives for hundreds of
> government-owned chimpanzees is now in sight.*
>
> Arden was among the first 50 chimps from NIRC to arrive at Chimp Haven.
> When I saw her swinging in the trees, I was moved to tears. Arden gets to
> grow up in as close to a natural environment as possible, and to be with
> her family -- with no bars between them. *With your help, we can continue
> to make this life a reality for more chimps and other primates.*
>
> Your monthly gift of $20.14, or whatever you can 
afford,<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=GVMV7sQVLkz6WcXUcCoPaw>will
help create transformational change for animals -- from funding the
> care of chimps like Arden as they are retired to sanctuary, to confronting
> cruelty in puppy mills, factory farms, and so much more.
>
> Thank you for everything you do to make our world a more humane society.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Kathleen Conlee
> Vice President, Animal Research Issues
> The Humane Society of the United States
>
> P.S. Your monthly gift of $20.14 gives animals like Arden a second chance
> and supports all of the lifesaving work that we 
do.<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=pHy9-FAZ5oeXrRDIrEkf5w>If you
would prefer to make your gift over the phone, you can call *(866)
> 673-3553*, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 9:00
> a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Eastern time.
>
> © 2013 The Humane Society of the United States | All rights reserved |
> 2100 L Street, NW | Washington, DC 20037 humanesociety@hsus.org |
> 202-452-1100 | 
humanesociety.org<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=gMrYVeL4hdLgx7tZxLzGBA>
>
> We are committed to protecting your privacy, so your email address will
> NEVER be sold, rented, or exchanged. This message was sent to
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view or update your contact information, email subscriptions, recent
> actions and donations, or billing information for monthly gifts. To stop
> ALL email from The Humane Society of the United States, click 
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Re: Pedido solidario

From:
Cloudy Queen
Date:
2013-12-24 @ 22:28
El mail al que hay que escribir es este
humanesociety@hsus.org


2013/12/24 Cloudy Queen <nikkiestigma@gmail.com>

> Y si se prenden en donar, mejor
>
>
> 2013/12/24 Cloudy Queen <nikkiestigma@gmail.com>
>
>> Por favor si pueden pedir aca que acepten donaciones en criptomonedas, se
>> los agredecere
>>
>>  I worked in a laboratory where I saw how animals were treated, and I
>> made a promise that when I left there, I would change things for them.
>> Watch Arden the chimpanzee's story and be a Humane Hero for animals like
>> her» <http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=tQzhFQqPGA0Kbwsqi-6L1A>
>>   Trouble with links or images? View this message 
online<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=Ga_tDIBY2A6KkfG6grPqmw>
>> .
>>     [image: Watch Arden's 
story]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=CfDZ7TV3rggCCBkwVHMw4A>
>>     December 19, 2013
>>  [image: Humane Action share] [image: Share on 
Facebook]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=PIKu3RPrsqW2TlrxCs-XbA>
[image:
>> Share on 
Twitter]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=YUc_uuXVlz-FPZ4AAX7tQg> 
[image:
>> Send an 
Email]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=b6YRQ4VZlX_2ZSMDqfAT6g>
[image:
>> Watch Arden's 
story]<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=JWANvDbo4gM-ll7gUH3dlQ>
>> Dear Ana,
>>
>> Seeing Arden the 4-year-old chimp swing from branch to branch is a sight
>> that brings me to tears.
>>
>> She is precocious, fun-loving.
>>
>> But up until a few months ago, she was just a name on a spreadsheet.
>>
>> Watch Arden's story, then be a Humane Hero for animals like 
her.<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=XjsuRkzfX63gC5r5kmVG5A>
>>
>> In 2008, we conducted a 9-month undercover investigation at New Iberia
>> Research Center -- the largest chimpanzee lab in the world -- exposing the
>> routine and inhumane mistreatment of the primates there.
>>
>> Video footage captured a nightmarish existence spent subjected to painful
>> experiments, and consumed by anxiety -- some screaming, throwing themselves
>> against their cages, and even tearing large gashes into their own arms and
>> legs.
>>
>> This was the life Arden was born into. Thankfully, refuge came early for
>> her.
>>
>> Will you be a Humane Hero for animals like Arden with a monthly gift of
>> $20.14 -- only 66 cents a 
day?<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=7-LZurMvWQq1Do1dWckaTg>
>>
>> With our investigation fueling the effort to get chimps out of labs, and
>> after our continuous advocacy work with federal lawmakers and government
>> agencies, the turning point has finally come.
>>
>> The National Institutes of Health announced a plan to retire all of its
>> chimps from NIRC to Chimp Haven, the national chimpanzee sanctuary. Soon
>> after, they recommended that the vast majority of government-owned chimps
>> be phased out of laboratory testing and retired to sanctuary.
>>
>> *It's been a long road, but the promise of new lives for hundreds of
>> government-owned chimpanzees is now in sight.*
>>
>> Arden was among the first 50 chimps from NIRC to arrive at Chimp Haven.
>> When I saw her swinging in the trees, I was moved to tears. Arden gets to
>> grow up in as close to a natural environment as possible, and to be with
>> her family -- with no bars between them. *With your help, we can
>> continue to make this life a reality for more chimps and other primates.*
>>
>> Your monthly gift of $20.14, or whatever you can 
afford,<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=GVMV7sQVLkz6WcXUcCoPaw>will
help create transformational change for animals -- from funding the
>> care of chimps like Arden as they are retired to sanctuary, to confronting
>> cruelty in puppy mills, factory farms, and so much more.
>>
>> Thank you for everything you do to make our world a more humane society.
>>
>> Sincerely,
>>
>> Kathleen Conlee
>> Vice President, Animal Research Issues
>> The Humane Society of the United States
>>
>> P.S. Your monthly gift of $20.14 gives animals like Arden a second chance
>> and supports all of the lifesaving work that we 
do.<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=pHy9-FAZ5oeXrRDIrEkf5w>If you
would prefer to make your gift over the phone, you can call *(866)
>> 673-3553*, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 9:00
>> a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Eastern time.
>>
>> © 2013 The Humane Society of the United States | All rights reserved |
>> 2100 L Street, NW | Washington, DC 20037 humanesociety@hsus.org |
>> 202-452-1100 | 
humanesociety.org<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=gMrYVeL4hdLgx7tZxLzGBA>
>>
>> We are committed to protecting your privacy, so your email address will
>> NEVER be sold, rented, or exchanged. This message was sent to
>> ana.eggarter@gmail.com. Visit your online 
profile<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/R?i=JKJhoHl_wUGQgv7vMoyFXQ>to
view or update your contact information, email subscriptions, recent
>> actions and donations, or billing information for monthly gifts. To stop
>> ALL email from The Humane Society of the United States, click 
here<http://action.humanesociety.org/site/CO?i=erhHC2f9F2LTmtKZLYjRp8CIcFlVx8V9&cid=0>(or
reply via email with "remove" in the subject line).
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>>
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