McDonald's: Demand that their suppliers stop boiling chickens alive
  • Petitioned Jim Skinner

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CEO of McDonald's
Jim Skinner

McDonald's: Demand that their suppliers stop boiling chickens alive

    1. Petition by

      Global Conservation Group, Inc.

Chickens killed for McDonald's suffer broken wings and legs and are scalded alive in defeathering tanks due to the use of an outdated slaughter method. Chickens, just as our dogs and cats have the ability to feel pain, emotions, and the desire to live; which is why it's important that a less cruel slaughter method be implemented as soon as possible. Please call McDonald's HQ once a week and request that they adopt a less cruel slaughter method by calling (toll-free 7:00am - 7:00pm): 1-800-244-6227 Mailing Address: McDonald's Corporation 2111 McDonald's Drive Oak Brook, IL 60523

For more information, please visit our campaign site: https://sites.google.com/a/globalconservationgroup.com/mccruelty/ 

To:
Jim Skinner, CEO of McDonald's
Please demand that McDonald's suppliers stop boiling chickens alive and adopt a less cruel chicken slaughter method that is already implemented by most facilities.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Sally Newell ERIE, PA
      • 9 months ago

      This is plain sick!!!!

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    • Wanda Crawford BREMERTON, WA
      • 9 months ago

      PLEASE SIGN AN SHARE

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    • nikki wild HYDE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 9 months ago

      Incredible. I go there for coffee but no more. People won't tolerate this cruelty.

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    • Belinda Fraser AUSTRALIA
      • 11 months ago

      Cruelty to animals must stop.

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    • Jane Ransdell FAIRBANKS, AK
      • 12 months ago

      HORRIBLE! THis is not acceptable! How can you really live with your selves?

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