EFA: Etsy For Animals Etsy For Animals: ANiMAL PETiTiONS CORNER by Alicia of WoodsEdge

Etsy for Animals (EFA) aka Artists Helping Animals,

is a team of independent artists, craftspeople,

vintage sellers and craft suppliers on Etsy.com

who are dedicated to providing charitable relief to animals

by donating a portion of the profits from their shops

to an animal charity of their choosing,

and/or to EFA's featured Charity of the Month.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

ANiMAL PETiTiONS CORNER by Alicia of WoodsEdge

by Alicia of WoodsEdge

1. Take the Shrine Circus Poll

The Shrine Circus wants to know what people's favorite circus acts are and is taking a poll to find out. The circus has been cited on numerous occasions for animal welfare violations so this is a perfect opportunity to let the circus know popular acts don't need to involve animals. 

Fill out the poll here (entering your email is optional): 


2. Tell North Carolina Not to Criminalize Whistleblowers

Yet another undercover investigation showing cruelty to baby turkeys at a Butterball facility in North Carolina made headlines last week. Unfortunately, instead of holding the company accountable for previous acts of cruelty, lawmakers introduced legislation that would criminalize whistleblowers. 

Tell North Carolina lawmakers not to shield companies with something to hide at the expense of animal welfare and consumer safety. 


3. Help Protect Wildlife From a Deadly New Herbicide

Dow Chemical Company wants to make a new herbicide that will combine chemical found in Roundup (which is already causing problems) with a chemical component of Agent Orange… which environmentalists believe will be harmful to native plants, crops and the species who rely on them... in addition to us, of course.

Tell the EPA to protect wildlife and our environment by rejecting this deadly combination. 




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