Did you know you can use the information you receive via
Animal Rights Online to make a big difference in ending the suffering,
exploitation and abuse?
The educational material you receive can be passed on to
people that are not involved. Remember the days before you understood
the issues? Many people just don't understand or know enough about the
suffering of animals. They care, most people do not want animals to
suffer, they simply are not well informed. You can change that. You can
reach people you know online, AOL or other servers. All you need is
their e-mail address.
Animal Rights Online encourages you to save the
information you receive to your file cabinet. We would be happy to help
you set this up and maintain the PFC (personal file cabinet), if you are
on America Online. This is an excellent way to obtain information on a
particular subject you may find you need in a hurry. For further
assistance with setting up your PFC please let me know, and I will have
a staff member contact you. If you are not on America Online, check to
see if you have file cabinet capabilities.
You can use the information to send out to family,
friends and others. Your address book is a tool you will want to use.
Place all your online family/friends in your address book, copy the
newsletter and send to all of them at the same time. Putting (,,,,,,,,)
the parenthesis before the first name and after the last name will allow
each person you send it to, to only view their name. This makes for a
much neater and more private e-mail. And BINGO, you have your own
It may take just one mail to catch someone's interest,
maybe clear up the fear of vegetarianism, expose a cruelty act, make
just one person think about why those elephants stand on their two hind
feet. You never know when something you say will make a difference. It
happened to us!!!!!!!
Be a voice for the voiceless, give it a try.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to ask
Go on to Animal
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