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U.S Senate Says "OH HELL NO!" To Brutal Canadian Seal Hunt

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If we’ve said it once we’ve said it a million times: STOP KILLING BABY CANADIAN SEALS! 

Well it looks like all that talking just might be doing some good! 

On May 7th, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution calling for an immediate end to the annual seal slaughter in Canada. This, of course, coming shortly after the European Union gave the hunt a big “I DON’T THINK SO,” and outlawed seal products entirely

About the decision, Senator Carl Levin, D-Michigan, said:

“It is truly gratifying that the U.S. Senate has passed this resolution. Canada needs to understand that the rest of the world will not stand by and allow this slaughter to continue. Ten countries have now either banned trade in seal products or have indicated their intentions to do so and the European Union has just enacted a prohibition on seal product trade.”

If animal advocates are anything it’s relentless and you can bet your shiny coinage that we’re gonna scream, shout, talk, whisper, stand, sit, write, blog, rally and dance a jig until this nasty seal hunt is no longer! Believe it!

To learn the facts about the Canadian seal hunt, visit HSUS.org!

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