Animal Writes
14 November 2001 Issue
Going Vegan

By Tabatha Wheeler - Care [email protected] 

If you have ever thought about going Vegan, yet seem to still find excuses to not do so, then speak no further.

Let the animals do the speaking for you.

Have you ever noticed that when you go into grocery stores each holiday that there is always a targeted animal used to represent the theme of that holiday, if not then open your eyes.

Let the animals do the seeing for you.

This year as we embark on the beginning of the 21st Century let us all start remembering that animals have no need to be tortured, mutilated, abused, abandoned, or mistreated in any shape or form.

This year I'm starting a new tradition in the Animal Rights Movement, and I hope each of you who belong to the movement decide to join me as well.

For this years ThanksGiving, a National Day of Observance has been declared. For all the turkeys who were once silent may their voices now be heard, as we sit in silence to hear them speak.

The National Day of Observance, which is to take place on Thursday, November 22, 2001 is entitled FastingThanks.

This year each and every Vegan all around the world will be sharing a National Day of fasting in remembrance for all of the turkeys who have given their lives in the name of food.

Peace On Earth

Go on to Adopt A Turkey
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