Mercy For Animals
 
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Hello,

Chickens urgently need your help! Please take 30 seconds to call Wendy’s CEO Todd Penegor and demand that Wendy’s publicly commit to eliminating the worst forms of animal cruelty in its supply chain.

Chickens raised for Wendy’s are crammed into dark, windowless sheds by the tens of thousands. They don't feel sunlight on their faces again until they are crowded into transport trucks—still mere juveniles—bound for slaughter. At the slaughterhouse, they are hung upside down by their feet, a painful process that makes breathing difficult as other organs compress the birds’ lungs. Finally, the chickens are shocked with electricity and cut open. This is inexcusable.

Join Mercy For Animals in demanding that Wendy’s improve its animal welfare standards by making a polite 30-second phone call to Wendy’s CEO Todd Penegor at 614-764-3100 ext. 133135. It’s quick and easy. It’s also one of the most effective ways to help animals. Please leave a message with Mr. Penegor’s assistant or a voicemail if prompted. Feel free to adjust the language and make it your own!

“I am disappointed that Wendy’s doesn’t have a policy prohibiting its suppliers from the worst forms of horrific abuse, especially when chains like Burger King, Chipotle, and Subway are requiring their suppliers to eliminate this cruelty. Please commit to the same comprehensive chicken welfare policy that dozens of other restaurant chains have already pledged to adopt!”

It’s time Wendy’s made the socially responsible decision to help prevent the worst forms of animal cruelty in its supply chain.

Of course, the best way for consumers to help chickens is to leave them off their plates. Learn more at ChooseVeg.com.
 
 
 
Sara Laycock
 
Sincerely,
Sara Laycock
Campaigns Manager
 
 
 
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