|Posted by Tina Badgett on November 7, 2010 at 4:33 PM|
GREAT NEWS FOR DOGS, CATS,AND PEOPLE OF THE ENTIRE WORLD!
November 1, 2010
We now have pills that will allow us to end the global overpopulation of dogs.
For five years this new product has been used to safelysterilize female dogs, with no negative sideeffects and no harm to the environment.
The evidence also shows that a modifiedversion of this, can also work on cats, and cats willbe next!
Withthese pills we can finally end the annualkilling of millions of homeless dogs, as wellas end the mass killings of
over 40,000 dogs at a time, such as the42,000 dogs recently shot to death in Baghdad, Iraq. According toReuters,
one million more street dogs are yet tobe shot in Baghdad alone, while Mexico City has over 2 million starving strays.
Weand the dogs need everyone’s helpto get these pills FDA approved - we are requiredby law to obtain FDA
approval before the pills can be used, andthis is an expensive process - and we need yourhelp.
Weneed donations. introductions to your friends in the media. and we need volunteers in all departments and at
all levels I Please share this letter" with all of yourfriends!!
Thesepills can save human lives as well.The World Health Organization reports that everyyear over 55,000 people
die from rabies, andthe. #1 sourceof these fatalinfections is caused fromover-populated and rabidstray dogs.
Dr. Young, founder of Planned Pet hood,describes these pills as "the most viable solution to the dogoverpopulation
problem I have ever seen", and has written an open letter describing thepill in more detail which you can see on our
If you're readingthis, you can help. The one billion homeless street puppies, who are born eachyear around the world,
need your help to finally put this problem to rest. Please call 9544649331 to find out more, and send an email to
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