Petition update · Campaign to Stop Craigslist Users From Selling Pets Still Going Strong! ·


Justice for Puppy Doe: Tell Craigslist to Help Stop Violence Against Pets
by Joyel @ FEND · 406,036 supporters
Petition update
Campaign to Stop Craigslist Users From Selling Pets Still Going Strong!
Joyel @ FEND
Boston, MA

Apr 6, 2016 — We would like to thank everyone who has signed the petition and signed up on our website in support of our “secret” campaign to force Craigslist to stop facilitating the sale and rehoming of pets.

As many of you know, our written requests to the CEO of Craigslist to voluntarily regulate the “Pets” category have all been met with a surprising level of opposition. We feel their unwillingness to meet us in discussion and the lack of respect they have shown our organization, and more importantly YOU, the now 406,000 people who have signed this petition, is unacceptable.

The good news is this experience has provided us with ample motivation to continue our fight until a satisfactory resolution has been achieved. In the spirit of our commitment to innovation, we have come up with a unique way to “persuade” Craigslist back to the discussion table.

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Petition update · UPDATE: With So Many Going Cage-Free, Why Won’t H-E-B? ·


Walmart will switch to selling cage-free eggs only by 2025


Walmart will switch to selling cage-free eggs only
Posted 4:13 AM, April 6, 2016, by CNN Wire

NEW YORK– Walmart will switch to selling cage-free eggs only by 2025, the company said Tuesday.

The country’s largest retailer joins a growing list of companies that have made the pledge.

It’s a big win for the cage-free egg movement. Walmart’s sales account for about 25% of all groceries sold in the U.S.

The new policy will apply to all of its U.S. locations, including its 4,600 Walmart stores and 650 Sam’s Clubs.

“Today marks a milestone in the irreversible movement for cage free production,” said Wayne Pacelle, president of The Humane Society of the United States, in a statement.

Animal welfare activists say caged hens aren’t given enough space to nest, perch or spread their wings. On average, each hen is afforded a space smaller than a single sheet of letter-sized paper, according to The Humane Society.

McDonald’s said in September that it will switch to cage-free eggs by 2025. Nestle, Taco Bell, Panera Bread, General Mills, Kellogg’s, Shake Shack and White Castle have also recently committed to the switch.

Walmart has offered customers cage-free eggs as an option since 2001 in its U.S. stores, and last year it announced a new stance on the treatment of animals. At the time, the company said it would “find and implement solutions” to address animal welfare concerns, but stopped short of pledging to go 100% cage-free.
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