From EIA UK <[email protected]>
Subject Please help us protect endangered species
Date April 9, 2020 6:29 PM
  Links have been removed from this email. Learn more in the FAQ.
  Links have been removed from this email. Learn more in the FAQ.
Please help us protect endangered species
View this email in your browser ([link removed])
[link removed]
[link removed]
Dear John,

When you think of traditional Chinese medicine, you might think of herbal cures or acupuncture.

However, within the formal multi-billion pound industry, some companies are manufacturing ‘medicines’ that contain the body parts of leopards and pangolins, while tiger bone and rhino horn are still being used under-the-counter.

Across Asia, big cats are falling prey to this business, being killed and trafficked for use in products such as tiger bone wine and leopard bone pills.

If you can, please donate today ([link removed]) to help us protect tigers, leopards and other endangered species from this lethal trade.

With your support, we can continue to disrupt the traffickers, campaign to stop the use of endangered wildlife in traditional Chinese medicine and work with like-minded allies to ban this cruel practice and change our relationship with nature for the better.

Will you help us now?

Please share our appeal page ([link removed]) on social media to help spread awareness.

[link removed] Share ([link removed])
[link removed] Tweet ([link removed]
[link removed] Forward ([link removed])
[link removed] Share ([link removed])
If you have already given a donation or shared our appeal, thank you so much.

Your support is vital. It inspires us to keep fighting every day to save endangered animals. We simply couldn’t do what we do without you.

Support our work ([link removed])

** EIA on Twitter ([link removed])
** EIA on Facebook ([link removed])
** EIA on YouTube ([link removed])
** [link removed] ([link removed])
** Instagram ([link removed])
Copyright © 2020 EIA UK, All rights reserved.
You received this email because you subscribed to EIA’s e-newsletter and e-appeals.

Our mailing address is:
62-63 Upper Street,
London, N1 0NY,
United Kingdom
You can ** update your preferences ([link removed])
or ** unsubscribe from this list ([link removed])
. View our ** privacy policy ([link removed])
(Registered Charity No. 1182208)
Screenshot of the email generated on import

Message Analysis