Bipartisan Lawmakers Celebrate End of USDA’s Kitten Slaughterhouse

Posted by Daniel Lopez
04 April 2019 | Blog


Following the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) decision to shut down its kitten slaughterhouse and adopt out the survivors after a year-long White Coat Waste Project campaign, lawmakers across the political spectrum took to social media to celebrate the decision.

“Under no circumstances should your tax dollars be used
to fund cruel, painful experiments on cats or dogs at government agencies.”
– Rep. Brian Mast

Take the next step and tell your Congress members to cut funding for painful experiments on dogs at the Department of Veterans Affairs!

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Thanks so much for the wonderful work you do for animals

Thanks to all the Congressmen who worked and voted to end the cruel and inhumane treatment of cats and kittens. Please ensure that what needs to be done to make this permanent is done and we no longer use our domestic animals for experimentation.

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