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I’ve decided that 10% of July’s The Tree Kisser revenue will be donated to Last Chance For Animals. For over 30 years, this phenomenal organization has been on the front lines of animal advocacy, protesting and exposing every imaginable form of animal cruelty. Just last year, they were able to shut down 33 dog meat markets and one dog slaughterhouse in China. There is no easy way to sum up LCA’s impact, but if you’d like to learn more, please check out the video celebrating their work here: http://bit.ly/LCAstories

I’ve decided that 10% of July’s The Tree Kisser revenue will be donated to Last Chance For Animals. For over 30 years, this phenomenal organization has been on the front lines of animal advocacy, protesting and exposing every imaginable form of animal cruelty. Just last year, they were able to shut down 33 dog meat markets and one dog slaughterhouse in China. There is no easy way to sum up LCA’s impact, but if you’d like to learn more, please check out the video celebrating their work here: http://bit.ly/LCAstories

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I don’t consider myself better than people who still eat and use animals. I do consider myself better than I was 19 years ago when I still ate animals. I consider myself better than I was 7 years ago when I still ate products made from cow breast milk and bird ovulation. I consider myself better than I was 6 years ago when I bought shoes made from animal skin I mistakenly thought was a harmless byproduct of an industry I felt helpless against. I consider myself better than I was two weeks ago, when I wasn’t taking climate change as seriously as I do after watching Years of Living Dangerously. It’s not about being better than other people, it’s about wanting to be the best version of myself. Isn’t that something we should all strive towards?

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This is why I love Mercy For Animals. If you’re a fan of Orange Is The New Black, check this video out!

This is why I love Mercy For Animals. If you’re a fan of Orange Is The New Black, check this video out!

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Until every cage is empty, I’ll not celebrate freedom because no country can in good conscience call itself the “land of the free” when it denies freedom to billions of its inhabitants.
- Andrew Kirschner

Until every cage is empty, I’ll not celebrate freedom because no country can in good conscience call itself the “land of the free” when it denies freedom to billions of its inhabitants.

- Andrew Kirschner

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More pets are killed in shelters over 4th of July weekend than any other time of year. Dogs & cats, terrified by fireworks, run away from home and (if they’re lucky enough to not be run over) end up in already packed shelters. The shelters have no choice but to euthanize animals that have been there the longest or are less popular (often chihuahuas and pit bulls).PLEASE make sure your pets are safe. If you have to leave them, turn on a TV or radio and make sure all potential exists are securely closed. And, if you’re feeling extra helpful, consider fostering a shelter pet or donating $$$ to a local rescue group. They’ll be extremely busy this weekend trying to save as many lives as possible and will need funds for shelter fees and vet bills. If you’re looking for a worthy organization to foster with or donate to, some of my favorites are Hand in Paw, St. Martin’s Animal Rescue, Mayday Pit Bull Rescue & Advocacy, and Badass Brooklyn Foster Dog. Please consider sharing this message with friends and family. If we all donate just $5 or $10, we can really change some lives. Do you have a favorite rescue group to recommend?

More pets are killed in shelters over 4th of July weekend than any other time of year. Dogs & cats, terrified by fireworks, run away from home and (if they’re lucky enough to not be run over) end up in already packed shelters. The shelters have no choice but to euthanize animals that have been there the longest or are less popular (often chihuahuas and pit bulls).

PLEASE make sure your pets are safe. If you have to leave them, turn on a TV or radio and make sure all potential exists are securely closed. And, if you’re feeling extra helpful, consider fostering a shelter pet or donating $$$ to a local rescue group. They’ll be extremely busy this weekend trying to save as many lives as possible and will need funds for shelter fees and vet bills. If you’re looking for a worthy organization to foster with or donate to, some of my favorites are Hand in PawSt. Martin’s Animal RescueMayday Pit Bull Rescue & Advocacy, and Badass Brooklyn Foster Dog

Please consider sharing this message with friends and family. If we all donate just $5 or $10, we can really change some lives. Do you have a favorite rescue group to recommend?

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If you’re concerned about climate change, you should DEFINITELY be concerned about animal products.
(image borrowed from Years of Living Dangerously)

If you’re concerned about climate change, you should DEFINITELY be concerned about animal products.

(image borrowed from Years of Living Dangerously)

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For the next 12 hours, The Tree Kisser ”Favorite Things” scoop neck muscle tee is $10 off! Run on over to The Tree Kisser shop and grab yours before it’s too late! 
** 10% of sales donated to animal rescue organizations! **

For the next 12 hours, The Tree Kisser ”Favorite Things” scoop neck muscle tee is $10 off! Run on over to The Tree Kisser shop and grab yours before it’s too late!

** 10% of sales donated to animal rescue organizations! **

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As long as society views animals as commodities, slaughterhouse employees will do the same. Boycott cruelty. Get the full story at:
 http://ChickenIndustry.com/

As long as society views animals as commodities, slaughterhouse employees will do the same. Boycott cruelty. Get the full story at:

 http://ChickenIndustry.com/

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