World Animal Day - a special opportunity for everyone who cares about animals
Support our Google Doodle campaign
PLEASE ADD YOUR VOICE!
We're calling on animal lovers everywhere to email Google asking their talented team to create a Doodle for World Animal Day 2017!
A Google Doodle is a temporary alteration to Google's home page, usually celebrating holidays, events, birthdays or people.
We think that thousands of people working together to improve the lives of animals on October 4 is something to celebrate!
World Animal Day isn't a charity - it's an opportunity for YOU to raise funds or awareness for any animal welfare issue that you feel strongly about, including:
- Wild animals
- Animals in entertainment (including tourism)
- Marine animals
- Farm & working animals
- Companion animals/pets
Every day, 205 Billion emails are sent around the world. The added exposure that a Google Doodle could provide for World Animal Day on October 4 would make such a huge difference and have a direct effect on helping to spread the message that World Animal Day stands for.
Some Google Doodles are completed in a few hours, but others can take MONTHS to create, so please send your email TODAY!
HERE ARE SOME KEY POINTS TO HELP YOU COMPOSE AN EMAIL IN YOUR OWN WORDS:
The Mission of World Animal Day is to raise the status of animals and improve welfare standards. Find out more
- World Animal Day unites the animal welfare movement, motivating animal lovers to do something special to highlight the importance of animals in the world.
This special day is celebrated with an amazing variety of events in numerous countries, regardless of nationality, religion, faith or political ideology.
- Increased awareness and education will help create a new culture of respect and sensitivity, to make this world a fairer place for all living creatures.
Currently there are 94 voluntary Ambassadors encouraging participation in celebrating this special day in 77 countries around the world. What some of our Ambassadors have to say about World Animal Day
World Animal Day was pioneered by Heinrich Zimmerman the German writer and publisher of the magazine Mensch und Hund who organised the first celebration in 1925.
The creation of a beautiful Google Doodle will highlight this special day, raising global awareness of the plight of animals.