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Animals In Print
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From 30 July 2003 Issue

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

In the spring of 2002, Animal Place launched Food for Thought: Adopting an Animal-Friendly Menu, a multi-year campaign to encourage SPCAs and humane societies to become consistent in their compassion and behavior toward all species. Specifically, they are asking animal welfare organizations to adopt a vegetarian or vegan policy for all their events.

For more information, including online brochures, visit: http://www.animalplace.org/ap_humane_menu.html


Please refuse to attend fundraisers that are not 100% vegan. If you do not attend an event because of the menu , please let the organizers of the event know.

Source:
FeralPlace@aol.com
 

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