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SUPPORT: One Day Only: Shop with Vaute Couture!

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Shop compassionately this Valentine's Day! Tomorrow, Friday, February 14, Vaute Couture, the popular vegan fashion line, will offer 35% off of all merchandise online and in its New York City store--and 10% of all sales will benefit Born Free USA! Vaute Couture offers clothing and accessories for men, women, children, and even dogs, made from cruelty-free materials and often featuring bold, playful messaging. Tomorrow only, any Vaute Couture purchase OR a $10 donation to Born Free USA (made through the Vaute Couture website) will enter you in a raffle to win this free coat! Help make this a happy Valentine's Day for you, your loved ones, and for animals.

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ACT: Refuge from Cruel Trapping Act

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The Refuge from Cruel Trapping Act (H.R. 3513) would ban all body-gripping traps on National Wildlife Refuges (NWRs). The brutality of these traps is shocking; they can crush limbs and organs, and animals often remain trapped for days, in massive pain, before dying. Animals and people should have the freedom to enjoy these refuges without the threat of stepping into a body-gripping trap. Take action here!

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ACT: Captive Primate Safety Act

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The Captive Primate Safety Act (H.R. 2856/S.1463) would prohibit the interstate commerce of primates in the exotic "pet" trade. “Pet” primates endure abusive captivity and pose a serious threat to public safety. Urge your U.S. representative and senators to co-sponsor this bill!

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ACT: Humane Care for Primates Act

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The Humane Care for Primates Act (H.R. 3556) would amend Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regulations to allow accredited sanctuaries to import primates from abroad. Primates rescued from captivity and abuse in other countries often have nowhere to go, and facilities like the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary should have the opportunity to give them a second chance at a life worth living. Let your representative know here!

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