Get Sears to Go Pro-Wildlife
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What is it with Sears and its lack of compassion toward animals?
After Sears was pressured into canceling their sponsorship of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, the notorious exploiters of animals for entertainment, the company still used captive wild animals in their promotions.
Recently the retailer promoted the slaughter of wild animals by advertising t-shirts stating, "I love wolf hunting," and "Wolf Hunting Rocks."
Shame on Sears!
Needless to say, it is inappropriate, inhumane and simply appalling to exploit animals this way, whether it entails the use of captive and trained animals for commercial purposes, or as now, to promote anti-wolf and anti-wildlife propaganda on their clothing.
Please use the form below to ask Sears to promise to never again promote anti-wildlife rhetoric. Instead, Sears should encourage pro-wildlife and co-existence messages.
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1) Please use form below to let Sears know how inappropriate and inhumane it is for them to sell products, including t-shirts, bearing hateful anti-wildlife propaganda. Tell them you want to see pro-wildlife slogans on shirts and other clothing. Filling out the form will direct a letter to Edward S. Lampert, Chairperson, Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer.
2) You can also post a comment on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sears and give them feedback at http://searshc.us2.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9vor9cICqodYWUt
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