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Pets remembered by Anonymous Gift
One anonymous Pet Family decided something needed to be done for thousands of Pet Owners whose lives have been shattered by a poisoned or contaminated pet food. The gift is one of a kind; honoring Pets that have died or remain ill due to pet food.
Spokesperson for the anonymous Pet Family Susan Thixton states “I can’t begin to tell you how many emails I receive each week asking if the Menu Foods lawsuit settlement will ever be disbursed. These people have buried their pet, some numerous pets, and three years later are still making payments on vet bills. Others, three years later continue to nurse kidney damaged pets ravaged from melamine. Everyone of authority has ignored these pets. Today they try to hide it; today poisoned pet foods have been silently recalled – pulled off store shelves without public notice. Silent recall or public recall, pets are still becoming sick and dying. Now, thanks to this compassionate family, all of these pets will be remembered; why they died will be remembered.”
Thixton shares that she was contacted by the anonymous Pet Family months ago; she learned that this family had big plans to give to suffering Pet Owners. The ‘gift’ is called Vindication. Vindication is five acres of land near Keystone Lake in Tulsa, OK. “Not only did this family gift the land to all pet owners, they are grooming the property into beautiful gardens with breathtaking pathways. I say ‘breathtaking’
Thixton shares that Vindication is far more than a piece of land groomed into a garden, “It will be a beginning, a piece of solid ground to remember and honor the thousands of Pets pet food has stolen from their families. The dead or sick have never been counted. Vindication will count them; the numbers…the image of thousands of pathway stones each with a Pet name will be startling; it will be undeniable proof that change is desperately needed.”
The Opening of Vindication will be June 12, 2010. Pet Owners from around the world will join together to remember the Pets stolen from them by pet food. Special events will take place throughout the day ending with a dinner on the grounds.
To read more about Vindication visit: http://www.truthaboutpetfood.com/
To submit the information for a Pet that has died because of a pet food or a Pet that remains ill because of a pet food visit: http://www.truthaboutpetfood.com/
Or go to www.TruthaboutPetFood.com and click on the Vindication banner.
Media Contact: Susan Thixton, www.TruthaboutPetFood.com