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SHARE: Tell Others About Our New Website!

Born Free USA has launched Safe Trails, a website with detailed information about the perils traps pose to companion animals and what you can do to cope with trap-related emergencies. It contains detailed descriptions of the types of traps most commonly used, and what you can do to release your dog from those traps should such an emergency arise. Check out this new comprehensive resource today, and be sure to send your wilderness-loving friends and relatives a link. Safe trails, everyone!

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SHOP: Owls and Friends Giving Us 20%!

One of our most cherished corporate partners, Owls and Friends, is doing a month-long benefit for Born Free USA: We will receive 20 percent of all sales for the month of October! Its wildlife-themed jewelry, accessories and gifts are perfectly in sync with the work we do to Keep Wildlife in the Wild. Here's a golden opportunity to get some holiday shopping done early, and help animals at the same time! Please be sure to check out Owls and Friends and order before Nov. 1.

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THANKS: Ballclub Donates $5,000 to Born Free

Baseball pitching legend and Texas Rangers co-owner Nolan Ryan once spoke about having once been an "ambassador" for the snow monkeys who were living in what is now the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary. His deadpan recitation of what happened back in the 1990s became a viral hit online, attracting so much attention that the Rangers' July 1 home game this season was declared "Nolan Ryan Snow Monkey Day" at the Arlington ballpark. Late last month, Ryan himself presented Born Free USA with a $5,000 donation. Thank you, Nolan Ryan and the Texas Rangers!

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WEIGH IN: Zoo's Visitors Interact with Tiger Cub

A private zoo in Dade City, FL, is allowing visitors to swim and cuddle with a 6-week-old Siberian tiger cub. This tourist attraction, which costs $200 for a half-hour, was profiled this week on ABC's "Good Morning America." Born Free USA's executive vice president, Adam Roberts, was interviewed for the segment. Please watch the clip and post a comment showing how strongly you feel that tigers should not be commercially exploited in captivity.

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