activism · animal

Make Your Mark Mondays #3

Here is my tip for how to “Make Your Mark” today. ♥

Have any animal rights books that are just laying around your house? Donate them! After you’re finished reading Animal Liberation or Eating Animals or any other pro-vegan/animal rights book, pass on the knowledge. Lend the book to your friends and family members. Donate the book to your school, place of worship, retirement home and of course you can donate the book to your local library. I once bought Eating Animals on Amazon.com (it’s only about $8 new) and I donated the book to my local library and now, hopefully, people are reading about how they can make a difference for animals by not eating them. What good is the book going to do if it’s just sitting on your shelf collecting dust? Donate them! You’ll be helping animals and also giving back to your local community. Win/win. 

Happy Monday!

activism · animal · cruelty free

Make Your Mark Mondays #1

Mini-big announcement here at No Animals Harmed! So excited to share with you all…

I’ve come up with a new idea for No Animals Harmed, and I hope you’ll love this idea as much as I do! Every Monday, I’m going to blog with a different way to help animals. I’ve decided to call this series, “Make Your Mark Mondays”, a name that Veggin’ Out With Christa suggested, so she gets full credit! What better way to start the week then with easy ways to speak up for animals? I’m not sure how this will evolve, but I’m really excited for the series. If you have any ideas/suggestions/feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below or shoot me an email (michellevegan@gmail.com). I love hearing from my readers!

Here is my tip for how to “Make Your Mark” today. ♥

With Thanksgiving  right around the corner, adopting a turkey in part of Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt-A-Turkey program is a fantastic way to give back this Thanksgiving. Instead of eating turkeys, sponsor a turkey and help Farm Sanctuary educate millions of people about the horrors that turkeys endure to end up on someone’s plate. Did you know that turkeys have excellent geography skills and can learn the specific details of an area of more than 1,000 acres? Turkeys are very intelligent animals!

Want to step it up? Sponsor a turkey on behalf of a friend or family member who is still a meat-eater. Farm Sanctuary will send them the adoption materials (which include a picture and description of the turkey!), making that connection with an animal could be the tipping point for your friend or family member. Sponsoring a turkey would make a great gift for the holidays too!

Happy Monday!