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Sheryl Crow using her voice to help stop animal cruelty

HollywoodNews.com: Sheryl Crow, singer, songwriter and The Humane Society of the United States supporter, is using her voice to help stop animal cruelty. In a new TV ad campaign, which features her new single “Summer Day” and launched July 5, Sheryl urges viewers to become a Humane Hero by supporting The HSUS and the work they do in saving countless animals’ lives. For the next three weeks, anyone who donates any amount to The HSUS will receive a free download of “Our Love Is Fading,” a song that will be featured on Sheryl Crow’s new album 100 Miles From Memphis, which will be released on A&M Records July 20.

“Sheryl Crow is a dedicated supporter of animal welfare, and The Humane Society of the United States is honored to have her join us in our efforts to end animal abuse,” said Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The HSUS. “The HSUS has already been able to rescue nearly 10,000 animals in 2010 alone, and thanks to Sheryl and all our donors, we will be able to continue fighting animal cruelty on all fronts.”

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One Comment

  • July 8, 2010 | Permalink |

    Do celebrities check their brains when they gain star status? The H$U$ is NOT an animal welfare group–it is an ANIMAL RIGHTS group, and yes, there is a BIG difference. Since there are many (and more coming) sites that expose the BIG LIES of the H$U$ “propaganda mill”, it is fast becoming an unacceptable comment, “Oh, I didn’t know that about them!” Organizations that are truly FOR animals AND promoting the human/animal bond (which H$U$ does NOT–no matter what their lies say) should be supported, NOT the leader of the “animal rights” INDUSTRY (amassing money and control on the backs of animals AND humans).

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