There are seven days left to get out the vote.
Send an eCard, call your friends, scream it from the streets -- save thousands of dogs.

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October 26, 2010  

Dear Friend,

We are down to the wire -- and the lives of thousands of dogs are counting on a win next week. These next seven days are the last chance to get out the vote for a YES! on Prop B. We are so close; please find the time this week to spread the word.

Send one of our three Prop B eCards to everyone you know in Missouri. Each card encourages them to vote YES! on Prop B and save thousands of puppy mill dogs.

They're creative and issue-conscious, and there's even a special MUTTS one by Patrick McDonnell. See the cards, then send one (or 10!) now -- they’re a great way to tell everyone you know to vote YES! on Prop B.

At puppy mills in Missouri, dogs are crammed into small and filthy cages, denied veterinary care, exposed to extremes of heat and cold, and given no exercise or human affection. These puppy mills are cruel and the way these dogs are treated is wrong. Prop B will stop puppy mill abuses by establishing common sense standards for the proper care of dogs.

As an animal lover, urge everyone you know in Missouri to vote YES! on Prop B -- use our eCards to send them a reminder

wayne pacelle
Wayne Pacelle
President & CEO 
The Humane Society of the United States

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