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  • Oct
  • 29

I Was Never a Protester Until…

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protest-lf8

Among the ways I help animals by writing letters —lots of them. My letters are directed to the editors of newspapers and magazines, and they voice my opinion about articles regarding animal rights issues. I write letters for many reasons. One of those reasons is that I am somewhat shy and introverted, and being an “armchair activist” seems …

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  • Aug
  • 3

Can Introverts Be Animal Activists?

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activism

When I first joined the fight against cruelty to animals, I faced a personal challenge. I’m an introvert whose interpersonal style is best described as friendly and collaborative. So I couldn’t quite see myself handing out leaflets to strangers or getting into bruising debates about animal rights with friends and coworkers. I’ve always admired animal activists who can …

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  • Oct
  • 23

Letters to the Editor: Wildlife and Traps Don’t Mix

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opossum

One simple way that you can help animals is to write letters to the editors of newspapers and other publications . Below is a letter that my husband and I wrote to a local paper in our area-and they published it. Sorry, the pictures are a bit gruesome, but the situation involved an animal in agony.

Letter to Editor:

Yesterday afternoon, my husband …

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