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7 Vegan-Friendly Children’s Books to Share with Your Kids

Bedtime stories get even better when you’re sharing tales of animal friendships.

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I wish there were more vegan-friendly books for everyone, regardless of age. Also, I wish they would be suitable for sensitive people like me, who can’t stand to read about anything sad or gruesome.

Another thing – if you get an error message when you click the link above, try going to the main page and look for the article there. I’m not sure what the problem is.

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Share the Truth About Cats

Misinformation costs millions of cats their lives every year. By educating people on the truth about community cats (also known as feral cats) and combatting the false claims, we can stop the killing.

The facts below call for a world where every cat is valued and protected. A world in which every cat – regardless of whether it lives with people or not – is safe to live its life without threat from humans.

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Yes, Fish Feel Pain — AwarenessHelps.com Ⓥ Your link to help change the world

Please research overfishing and bycatch then you will know the injustice you are supporting when you consume any fish product. Not only do fish feel pain but in addition to causing them immense suffering, we are decimating significant (non-target species aka bycatch) marine life populations to provide for our enormous appetites. Please consider a plant-based lifestyle, […]

via Yes, Fish Feel Pain — AwarenessHelps.com Ⓥ Your link to help change the world

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Being an introverted vegan activist

Introverts, as people who get their energy from a more quiet solitude and very much need their alone time, are often thoughtful thinkers. There’s no reason to build up public activism like protests and leafletting without considering more creative forms of getting the word out about veganism – from the comfort of one’s own solitude.

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Dealing with the sadness and frustration of being a vegan

It’s not a problem that just disappears for many of us, and a conscious effort has to be made to keep our unhappiness in check.

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This is very true. Because of the way society works, I suppose I’ll always be sad. Knowing I’m doing the right thing doesn’t really change the way I feel. All the horrible dreadful things that are happening all around the world all the time really makes you numb. Fortunately, I’m stubborn. I’ll never turn back from doing what I feel is right even if I don’t have much hope it will change the world for the better, except for the few animals my veganism might save.