Today We Celebrate All Animals On World Animal Day!

Happy World Animal Day! A day to unite with one goal in common, to protect the voiceless. Today, just like any other day, we highlight the urgent need to improve animal welfare standards worldwide.

With 150-200 species going extinct every single day, it is imperative that we make changes in our daily lives that will help to secure their future. Unlike past mass extinctions caused by natural events, the current crisis is entirely caused by humans.

Due to habitat loss, poaching, animal agriculture, pollution, and Climate Change, we are pushing thousands of species to the brink of extinction.

It is not too late though. Through increased awareness, passing legislation that will protect animals and their habitats, reducing your carbon footprint, switching to a plant-based diet, and recycling and purchasing sustainable products, we can help give these species a fighting chance.

We ALL have the power to create a world where ALL animals are not only loved and respected, but are protected for the future of our one and only planet earth!

#BeTheChange

You can help all animals and our planet by choosing compassion on your plate. #GoVeg

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