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There are eight national animal protection groups behind the CCIC: American Anti-Vivisection Society American Humane Association, Animal Alliance of Canada, Beauty Without Cruelty USA, Doris Day Animal League, The Humane Society of Canada, The Humane Society of the United States, MSPCA Center for Laboratory Animal Welfare.
The national event was created by the Doris Day Animal League in 1995, and became a Humane Society program in 2006 when the two groups combined operations.
She withdrew from the public eye in 1987 and founded the Doris Day Animal League.
In an attempt to counter opposition, Speier pointed out that supporters include the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Doris Day Animal League.
NOW aged 80, the veteran star - real name Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff - has retired from showbiz and devotes her time to running The Doris Day Animal League.
They cannot call a place a sanctuary if what it really is is a holding pen for when they need the chimps the next time," says Holly Hazard, executive director of the Doris Day Animal League, a lobbying group.
Day's non-profit organization, The Doris Day Animal League (DDAL), has formed a coalition with the Consumer Specialty Products Association and Honeywell, the makers of Prestone, to promote passage of the legislation.
CSPA has worked with the Doris Day Animal League and others to develop and promote consistent requirements for antifreeze.