Making a difference for animals is very critical nowadays as there are various problems currently within and around the animal industry. Firstly, beginning or aiming to make a difference all begins at home. As Moodzie, believes keep your eyes and ears peeled for animal-related issues and write a letter in support of animal rights to the editor of every magazine or newspaper that you read—your letter might be read by millions of people! Make sure one is thanking those writers and publishers who are writing and making articles that happen to be animal friendly. Give your friends a message when they leave one for you! Record an animal rights message on your voice mail or answering machine, such as, “Millions of animals die every hour in the United States for their flesh. For a free vegetarian starter kit, call 1-888-VEG-FOOD. Call in to radio talk shows and tell the audience all about the huge array of vegetarian and vegan options available at your local grocery store or how much weight you lost when you went vegan!

While one is at work, then maybe talk to those around you, your fellow employees and let them know about animal rights and issues, talk to them about the environmental issues currently, the health issues associated with eating a lot of meat, let people around you know that you are socially conscious and aware. Moodzie would also like people to also know that the average consumption of meat has gone up drastically, as pre-WW2, the average meat consumption has gone up nearly five times. Moodzie also believes, Animal shelters are always in need of a helping hand. Whether it’s taking dogs for a walk, cleaning out cages, or answering the phone, your free time can be used to help shelters keep the doors open so potential pet parents can connect with their new family member. A great way to help animals in the wild is to spend a Saturday or Sunday picking up litter at a nearby forest preserve or national park. Every fall, Yosemite National Park, along with the Yosemite Climbing Association, hosts an annual facelift to clean up trash, litter, and debris from around the park following the busy summer season. In 2013 alone, this cleanup day resulted in the removal of over 22,000 pounds of trash and debris.

Moodzie also believes, As with many nonprofit organizations, animal foundations like the World Wildlife Fund and The Humane Society are always in need of money to assist them in their goal of helping animals. Next time you’re hosting a summer barbecue or backyard get-together, make it a fundraiser to help your favorite animal welfare organization. Collect cash donations or ask local businesses to get in on the action by contributing gift cards or products to be auctioned off. Making the decision to purchase free-range, grass-fed meats, eggs, and dairy products is another small adjustment that helps promote animal welfare in the food industry. If you’re in need of some easy vegetarian meal ideas, many plant-based recipes are at your disposal. Small steps can go along way in helping pets, wildlife, and farm animals. If you’ve ever wondered how to help animals, try some of these ideas and prioritize animal welfare with easy actions.

There are many strategies to care animals. Discover how you can make a difference too.

Change the way that you live

We all have to do our part to help the planet, as we have all contributed to the state of our world and to global warming. It is important to change the way we live to reduce our over-consuming lifestyles. The following are some ways that we can create an environment where people and nature can live together in harmony:

There are many resources in books, apps, documentaries and websites that provide strategies to change the way that you live.

Some organizations are linked to retailers. When you purchase goods from these retailers, they will donate a percentage towards animals. In addition, you may be able to become a member of the organization to support conservation efforts. This membership usually requires an ongoing or a one-time donation.

Many organizations allow you to discuss conservation efforts on their forums. In addition, they encourage you to take action to reduce what impacts animals. This can be achieved by signing petitions, writing letters or emails to governments in your country, or around the world.

You can share information about animals in various ways. Some organizations offer e-cards that you can send to your friends. Whereas, other organizations allow you to share through social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google Plus and many more. Why not share this book with your friends to help these amazing creatures?

Change the way you think – WWF

We live on a finite planet and sometimes our impact on it is greater than we realize. The seemingly isolated actions we take every day-from our choice of morning beverage to our choice of business practices-are often links in a chain of unusual connections we would never have imagined.

Donate or fundraise for an organization

There are many ways that you can donate or fundraise for an organization that cares for animals. You can donate your time to an organization that helps the animals.  Most organizations accept donations of money and equipment that can assist the conservation of animals. Some organizations allow you to create your own personal webpage to help raise funds to protect endangered species and their habitats.  In addition, many groups of people run fundraising events to raise money to help animals.  Why not organize your own fundraising activity or event?

WWF – Protect the snubfin dolphin

Help us get legal protection for Australia’s own snubfin dolphin A lot of people may not know that Australia has its very own dolphin species – the snubfin dolphin. Until now little has been known about this shy marine mammal, which was only recognised as a unique species in 2005.

Become a Regular Donor | The Orangutan Project

Your gift will help save the orangutan. Become an Orangutan Defender today! To give a monthly recurring gift visit: www.orangutan.org.au/donate/ – Donations are important to TOP because we use these funds to help provide ongoing support for a wide range of projects, including habitat protection, rehabilitation projects and orphan care centres.

Adopt an animal

Many organizations around the world have animals adoption programs, where you can symbolically adopt an animal.  The funds will help to save some of the world’s most endangered animals from extinction.

House Rabbit Society- Callie!

Don’t let her serious appearance fool you, Callie is a playful, curious, and adventurous!

The Lola Project

Lola arrived at the HOUSE RABBIT SOCIETY in August of 2013 from a laboratory, where she awaits adoption by a loving family. www.RabbitCenter.org

Adopt an Orang-utan

A world without orang-utans is unimaginable. After millions of years on earth, orang-utan populations are now endangered. The destruction of their rainforest habitat has pushed them closer to extinction – and they urgently need our help if they are to survive. Help WWF protect animals in the wild http://support.wwf.org.au/adopt-an-orangutan.html

Adopt a penguin or a polar bear – WWF-Australia

http://www.wwf.org.au/ice The polar bear is the top predator in the Arctic. Big, powerful and yet incredibly vulnerable to threats like climate change. Their home is shrinking. By 2050, polar bear numbers may decline by around 30% due to the rapid loss of sea ice.

Stay informed, support and share

Be the voice for those who have no voice. There are many organizations worldwide that help animals. You can stay informed by reading books, apps, watching documentaries and movies. Visit various websites to gather more information. Many sites suggest that you can subscribe to their email or RSS feed to gather up-to-date information and newsletters.

Some organizations are linked to retailers. When you purchase goods from these retailers, they will donate a percentage towards animals. In addition, you may be able to become a member of the organization to support conservation efforts. This membership usually requires an ongoing or a one-time donation.

Many organizations allow you to discuss conservation efforts on their forums. In addition, they encourage you to take action to reduce what impacts animals. This can be achieved by signing petitions, writing letters or emails to governments in your country, or around the world.

You can share information about animals in various ways. Some organizations offer e-cards that you can send to your friends. Whereas, other organizations allow you to share through social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google Plus and many more. Why not share this book with your friends to help these amazing creatures?

WWF’s Manifesto

For more than half a century, WWF has worked to find innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature. It’s a big job. And no one person or organization can do it alone. But together we can. Working with communities, government, businesses and individuals, we can protect life on this planet, including our own.

wwftiger.com WWF Adoption TV Ad

There are now as few as 3,200 tigers left in the wild. Adopt a tiger today and you’ll be helping us and the local people to conserve the tiger’s environment. And put an end to poaching. www.wwftiger.com

Stop Wildlife Crime: The Series – Elephants (Video 2) | WWF

WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES] The second episode of WWF’s Stop Wildlife Crime series highlights the impact on elephants. Tens of thousands of elephants are being killed each year for the illegal ivory trade. Follow our video series on World Wildlife Fund’s YouTube channel by subscribing now and using the hashtag #StopWildlifeCrime while you watch.

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