The FDA has banned BPA from baby bottles and sippy cups, protecting some of the most vulnerable people in the US from its toxic effects. However, BPA is in many other products that children and adults come into contact with everyday. Why, if we know that this chemical is harmful, would we permit our
Update The size of the reward has grown to $8,000. The Humane Society of the United States added an additional $5,000 reward, and Scooter's Pals added an additional $500. Reward offered for information on fatal puppy burning case in Sacramento; NEWS LINKS: Penny Eims -
If we do not act now, then everyone will think that puppy-throwing is an acceptable behavior. We must punish those who did it first so that we set an example of: "Throwing innocent newborns of any species, race, or breed is unacceptable."