01 Oct '11, 3pm

STOP TRASHING OUR OCEANS! via @RainforestSite

Inuyasha, a Guadalupe fur seal, was found with netting wrapped tightly around her neck, cutting into her skin. She was skinny, weak and malnourished and hadn't eaten for days. Fortunately, she was rescued and rehabilitated by The Marine Mammal Center, and eventually released back to her ocean home. Many other marine animals aren't as lucky: a run-in with ocean trash can be fatal. Since 1975, The Marine Mammal Center, based in Sausalito, CA, has rescued countless patients suffering from human-caused problems and injuries — many trapped in trash that you and I throw away every day. We can treat their injuries but we can't treat the cause of their problems without your help! Sign below and pledge to Stop Trashing Our Oceans!

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