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"McDonald's, please stop putting chickens in cages!"

News and video link : http://www.news.com.au/technology/online/mcdonalds...

Right now, McDonald's is monitoring customer feedback closely. 

They've been feeling the heat on social media to stop using cage eggs. 

But TODAY this has been cast into the national spotlight. 

By letting them know you've seen this video on news.com.au, you'll help send a powerful message that cruelty to battery hens is one issue they can no longer ignore.

*If you're a parent, make sure to mention in your message how much your kids care about animals. 

NOTE: McDonald's feedback form can be temperamental. If the page doesn't load when you click 'continue', you can click back in your web browser to recover your message. 

It's also worth noting that there's a second page to the submission process. You'll need to click submit on that second page to make sure your message gets through. 

Thank you again for helping.

TAKE ACTION >>

Link : https://mcdonalds.com.au/contact-us

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