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“Be the change you want to see in the world.” -Gandhi

Hundreds of thousands of animals are poisoned, blinded and killed every year in archaic product tests for cosmetics, personal-care products, household cleaning products and even fruit juices.  Although more than 1300 companies have banned all animal tests, some corporations still force substances into animals's stomachs and drip chemicals into rabbits' eyes.  These tests are not required by law, and they often produce inaccurate or misleading results.  Even if a products has blinded an animal, it can still be marketed to you.  The following websites can help you stop animal testing:

Beauty Without Bunnies 101

Searchable database of companies that do and don't test on animals

The Leaping Bunny Foundation (cosmetics only)

 Educate through Learning to Give

Learning to Give:

  • EDUCATES youth about philanthropy, the civil society sector, and the importance of giving their time, talent and treasure for the common good (knowledge),
  • DEVELOPS philanthropic behavior and experience (skills), and,
  • EMPOWERS youth to take voluntary citizen action for the common good in their classrooms, their lives and their communities (behavior).

Learning to Give educates youth about the importance of philanthropy, the civil society sector, and civic engagement. The Learning to Give website offers over 1,400 K-12 lessons and educational resources for teachers, parents, youth workers, faith groups and community leaders free of charge.

 

Charity Navigator, America's premier independent charity evaluator, works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of over 6000 of America's largest charities.

 


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Scientific studies have confirmed that feral cats are just as healthy as outdoor pet cats (See more about studies on the health of feral cats here). Since feral cats can't be adopted into new homes, calling animal control is the wrong move for them -- nearly 100% of feral cats entering shelters are killed.

(www.petfinder.com/how-to-help-pets/feral-cat-care-tnr.html)

Animal Welfare News

Save Pets On Deathrow!

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