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Every Pledge Makes A Difference.  What Will Yours Be?


Pledge Board

I pledge to respect and love non-human animals unconditionally, to protect them whenever I am able, to increase my knowledge about them in order to campaign more effectively to protect them from the consequences of human-activity, and to remain part of the of the movement for their liberation from slavery at human hands for as long as possible.

2017-10-07

Paula Jaya,  Dumfries,  United Kingdom 

We pledge that we will put pressure on the local council to take measures to protect animals and build animal shelters. We will also ask that all stray animals be sterilised so that they do not give birth to more animals that will end up in the street and probably die.

2017-10-06

G. Papas Language School / Class E2,  Alimos, Athens,  Greece 

We pledge that we are going to feed, adopt, sterilise and protect from abusement all stray animals in our neighbourhood. We will also build shelters for them. We also pledge to volunteer to clean our beaches to protect sea life.

2017-10-06

G. Papas Language School/ E1 Class ,  Alimos, Athens,  Greece 

I will treat and respect and care for animals to the best of my abilities.

2017-10-05

Laura Karg, St Hubert's Animal Welfare Center and ManeStream,  Somerville,  United States 

 I volunteer to work as an Ambassador to promote animal rights, conservation of biodivesity,  health, wellfae & well-being and sustainable & resilient development of animal world.

2017-10-05

Dr. Wajid Pirzada/Roots Pakistan,  Rawalpindi,  Pakistan 

I pledge that I will continue to raise awareness about animal welfare issues and try to make as much of an impact as I can.

2017-10-04

Mariel Callahan,  Cedar Falls,  United States 

I pledge to always help animals throughout the world no matter what! No animal will be forgotten!

2017-10-04

Joanna Dunne,  Nottingham,  United Kingdom 

I pledge to not animals. for my own sake

2017-10-04

mustafa,  nairobi,  Kenya 

I Pledge to organize animal awareness events for students in future semesters.

 

 

2017-10-04

Karen Atwal,  Vancouver ,  Canada 

"It is the plain duty of man to guard and to protect what is at his mercy, and at the same time guarantee the survival of creatures which have so much to contribute to his knowledge and pleasure." - Baba ya Simba (1968)

2017-10-04

Amy Parsons,  Birmingham,  United Kingdom 

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