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Walk for Farm Animals

“When you walk, you give hope to billions of animals who are suffering right now on factory farms.”

–Emily Deschanel (Star of the TV show Bones and the official Walks for the Farm Animals spokesperson)

 

I’ll be participaing in the Farm Sanctuary Walk for Farm Animals walk in LA on November 5th ,and I’m absolutely thrilled apart of this fun and peaceful way to bring attention to the horrors of factory farming. It would mean the world to me (and to the animals) if you would consider sponsoring my walk and help me raise money to provide vital funds that will help Farm Sanctuary continue their lifesaving rescue, education and advocacy work, and to spread awareness about the plight of farm animals. Even just $5 would go a long way to helping animals. Every dollar counts!

I know that we are constantly bombarded by others asking for donations for their event/organization but I hope that you will consider making a donation, of any amount, because this a cause that I truly believe in and care for. You can make a direct donation here, and for more information about the Walk, please visit: http://www.walkforfarmanimals.org/.

The animals thank you!

animal · cruelty free · events · LA · PETA

The Biggest Circus Protest on Earth

The Biggest Circus Protest on Earth is on Wednesday, July 20th outside of the Staples Center in LA. Ringling Bros. tears babies away from their mothers while they are still nursing and forces them to perform confusing tricks. The animals are chained and confined to small cages and are hauled around the country through all weather extremes in poorly ventilated trailers for up to 50 weeks a year. If you oppose this cruelty, then please attend the protest this Wednesday night!

Here are all the details: 

When: Wednesday, July 20th, 6:00- 8:00 p.m.

Where: Staples Center, 1111 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles

All materials will be provided, all you have to do is show up and be a voice for the animals! Even if you don’t live in LA, you can help stop this cruelty by visiting http://www.RinglingBeatsAnimals.com to learn more about the campaign. Every little bit helps!