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Animal Awareness : Emergency adoptions to save Wyoming's wolves
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From: Conrad  (Original Message)Sent: 12/7/2006 10:18 PM
Defenders HomeWildlife Adoption Center

Wildlife Adoption Center

Take Emergency Action To Save Wyoming's Wolves -
And Get A Great Holiday Gift!

ADOPT a wolf pup like this:

To SAVE a wolf like this:

Adopt a polar bear today!

Up to 200 wolves and their families in Wyoming face possible slaughter. Adopt before 11PM on Dec. 12 and get free first class shipping!

Dear Conrad,

It could be a whole lot harder to see a baby wolf in Wyoming if the state has its way.

In Wyoming, more than 200 wolves, including mothers and pups, could die if the state wins a lawsuit it recently filed. Fortunately, you can help stop the slaughter before it starts... and get a great gift for the wildlife lover on your holiday shopping list.

Adopt a wolf or wolf family for a loved one or yourself and help support Defenders of Wildlife's emergency action to save Wyoming wolves.

Wyoming's lawsuit aims to force the federal government to accept an ill-conceived wolf management plan that calls for the removal of as many as two-thirds of the wolves in Wyoming, allowing for indiscriminate killing throughout 90% of the wolf's Wyoming range outside of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

Defenders of Wildlife has already joined emergency legal action to stop Wyoming and mobilized more than 44,000 wildlife activists to send messages urging the state to withdraw its lawsuit. When you adopt a wolf for the holidays, you or a loved one will receive a cute plush wolf, but you also get to know that you're helping Defenders protect Wyoming's wolves and their babies.

Defenders is working on the ground and in the courts to prevent a wolf slaughter in Wyoming. But this is a tough fight, and they need your help to win it.

Adopting a wolf or wolf family is giving more than just an adorable plush toy (shipped first-class for free in time for the holidays). Your gift recipient will feel all warm and fuzzy knowing their gift represents hope for wolves across the United States.

Adopt a wolf or wolf family (to make an especially big difference), and help support crucial efforts to protect Wyoming wolves and other wildlife.

Your wolf gift adoption will also help Defenders work with farmers and ranchers to prevent livestock loss and needless wolf deaths, lobby federal officials for responsible wolf management practices and mobilize grassroots activists to speak out for still-recovering wolves!

This Holiday Season, you can do something meaningful for our wolves... and all the animal lovers on your Holiday list. Please adopt a wolf today and help support our work to save America's magnificent wolves.

Thank you for making a difference,

Hilary Stamper
Care2 and

P.S. To ensure your Wildlife Gift Adoption is delivered in time for the holidays, please be sure to adopt by 11 PM next Tuesday (December 12th).

Defender's Wildlife Adoption Center

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From: MSN NicknameSmigChickSent: 12/11/2006 6:59 PM
Man, Defender's has been fighting Wyoming (and Alaska and pretty much everyone else) over this need so many humans seem to have to slaughter the most beautiful animals of all and upset the balance of nature.