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Feature for Thursday, December 7
Karen Davis's Final Wish Was Fulfilled
Karen Davis
On November 25th I was in Machipongo, Virginia at United Poultry Concerns attending Karen Davis’s beautiful memorial service. I have a strong sense that she would have been elated with how well this event went. Her favorite part would have likely been the end when her ashes were spread along the edge of the sanctuary by many of the people who came to the sanctuary to honor her life, death, and legacy. Being cremated and having her ashes distributed around the sanctuary was her final wish.
Animal Rights/Vegan Activist Strategies

Feature for Wednesday, December 6 December 6 Newsletter
freedom for all
How Vegans can enjoy the holidays — Little Animals, Mean World (wonderful books for children) — Defending Freedom for All Beings — Animal rescuer sentenced to cruel probation — why biodiversity matters — ‘kangaroos are not shoes’ campaigns — very woolly Trotting rescued — student wins against big dairy — M44s/cyanide bombs banned on 245 million public acres — Animal Dignity (book) and more...
Image from Defending Freedom for All Beings Weekly Newsletters

Feature for Tuesday, December 5
We Got Trotting—The Fourth Sheep!
rescued Sheep
After more than six months of planning, reconnaissance expeditions, failed attempts, hope and heartbreak, on Monday of this week the fourth sheep, Trotting, found sanctuary at Edgar’s Mission.
Animal Rights/Vegan Activist Strategies / Animal Stories

Feature for Monday, December 4
Little Animals, Mean World
little animals mean world
All five Little Animals, Mean World books shine a light onto the difficulties animals face when they’re used as materials, ingredients, and subjects in different industries, all in a kid friendly way. Learn the stories of how animals would fight back for their lives if they could speak our language. Find out how meat and dairy break families apart and where many clothing materials come from. Explore ways to help animals who are being used for entertainment, and discover scientific advancements that promise an end to animal testing. Get useful insight into why choosing cruelty-free products matters and how to support animal rescue missions and farm sanctuaries.
Animals in Labs

Feature for Sunday, December 3
Jesus' Second Coming…Are We Ready?
Lamb Krishna
Jesus’ second coming is the theme for the beginning of this Advent season. Are we ready? If not, why? Let’s think about these things as we continue with today’s discussion. This past Thursday was Thanksgiving, when most people gave thanks; but to whom did they give thanks? Most people would quickly say, God!
[Pictured is Krishna from Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]
An Bible Sermons

Feature for Saturday, December 2
Peruano Bean Soup
Peruano Bean Soup
Peruano Bean Soup is a delicious and creamy vegan recipe that we make in our pressure cooker. This recipe makes about 8 single servings and takes about 15 minutes to prepare and 2-3 hours to cook and develop a creamy consistency.
Vegan Recipes

Feature for Friday, December 1
We Animals Media's Public Statement on Canada's Ag-Gag Bill C275
criminalizing photojournalism
Ag-gag laws protect powerful corporations, and criminalize whistleblowers. The work of whistleblowers is critical in a democratic and just society to expose unethical practices that the public may not be aware of. There should be no exception to this principle for agriculture industries.
Legislation/Policy Articles / Meat and Dairy Articles

Animals Slaughtered:

Number of animals killed in the world by the fishing, meat, dairy and egg industries, since you opened this webpage.

0marine animals
0cows / calves
0pigeons / other birds
0donkeys and mules
0camels / camelids