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Way to Go, United Way!

Written by PETA | September 30, 2010

Over the years, we’ve appealed to the United Way to do away with cruel fundraisers such as kiss-a-pig contests, puppy raffles, and greased-pig chases, so we are pleased to see that the charity is getting the message. Check out this cool footrace in which all the participants have two legs instead of four. No animals suffered for this fundraiser!

 

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Written by Jennifer O’Connor

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  • 4mula1 says:

    i wont donate to them because they STILL ARE CLOSED MINDED, they wont support only charities that dont fund animal research. they fund ANYBODY, why?… they cant understand what mrmcmed.org said?.. are they NUTS. even as far back as polio, they still fund animal research charities. “work on prevention of polio was LONG DELAYED by an erroneous conception of the nature of the human disease based on MISLEADING experimental models of the disease in monkeys” albert sabin, m.d., during a 1984 house subcommittee. ps, visit reform march of dimes.org INSANITY: doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results – albert einstein

  • Beth says:

    That’s great! I went to a county fair about 5 years ago and they did a greased pig chase. I never saw anything like that until then and I thought it was sad and not fun at all. Of course everyone around me was laughing and having a great time.

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