Weekly eNewsletter
March 1, 2012

From all-creatures.org
Moo-ving people toward compassionate living

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We are dedicated to providing information, inspiration, images, poetry and articles about cruelty-free living through a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle according to Judeo-Christian ethics. Unconditional love and compassion is the foundation of our peaceful means of accomplishing this goal for ALL of God's creatures.

Weekly eNewsletter - March 1, 2012

Regular Site Features

Animal Exploitation Photo Gallery

Calendar of Events

Vegetarian/Vegan Pastors and Churches

Vegan and Animal Rights Radio Shows and Podcasts

Video Library

Good News for Animals

Workers rescue over 4,000 hens from factory farm

A Hen Learns to Eat Again

Big Step Forward for Rights of Dolphins and Whales

700 River Miles Protected for Endangered Southwest Fish

Slaughtering Chickens For "Art" Cancelled in Lawrence, Kansas!  

This Week’s Sermon

Learning to Look Like Jesus
(Sermons are formatted for easy delivery and sharing)

Animal Stories & Poetry

Justice for Wanda

Cute Baby Elephants: Born to Be Wild

Meat is Me!


More Stories | More Animal Rights Poetry | More Spiritual Poetry

Animal Rights Articles and Items of Interest

Animals in Print Newsletter

Pink Slime Is the Least of Your Worries

Bladder Infections from Eating Chicken

Third monkey dies at Harvard research center

Henry Stephens Salt and the Argument for Animal Rights  

More Articles

Action Alerts

Caboodle Cat Ranch Exposed: Stop Florida's "Animal Rescue Act" Legislation

Tell Utah's Senators to OPPOSE HB 187, "Ag Gag" Legislation

Thank Atlantic City Steel Pier for Canceling Horse Diving Act

Crack Down on Spectators at Animal Fights 

More Alerts

Recipes - Let No Animal Die That We May Live!

Peanut Butter Salad Dressing

Broccoli and Peas with Garlic Sauce  

Vegan Recipe Book

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