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In Memory of Zoe

Dear Friend,

Would you give $2 to help end dog racing?  Today, we are asking humane advocates like you to do just that.  The greyhounds also need your help sharing our message of kindness and compassion across social networks like facebook, twitter, google+ and pinterest.

At racetracks worldwide, thousands of greyhounds routinely suffer serious injuries.  These include dogs that suffer broken legs, paralysis, head trauma, and death from cardiac arrest.

PenrosePenrose Jake was a three-year old greyhound who collided with another dog and died while racing at a Florida racetrack last summer. As long as greyhound racing continues, young dogs will just keep dying like this.

Thankfully, over the past decade, we have made tremendous progress toward ending this cruelty. The number of American greyhound tracks has been cut in half since GREY2K USA formed in 2001 and efforts to open greyhound tracks in countries such as South Africa have been blocked, but there is still much work to be done.

This is truly a fight between people who care about dogs and an industry that hurts them. Instead of betting against the dogs, let's bet for them! Please give $2 to help us fight for the greyhounds today.

For the greyhounds,

Christine A. Dorchak, Esq.

Christine Dorchak

Carey M. Theil
Executive Director

Carey Theil
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GREY2K USA Worldwide is a non-profit 501(c)4 advocacy organization located at 7 Central Street, Arlington, Massachusetts 02476. 100% of donations support our mission to end dog racing. We are grateful for personal and corporate contributions. Because GREY2K USA lobbies for greyhound legislation, contributions are not tax deductible.

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