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Posted on 05-05-2014
During this year's "Be Kind to Animals Week®" (May 4-10), American Humane Association, the organization that helped found America's original "Compassion Movement" in the 1870s is putting out an urgent plea to reach and enlist one million new advocates to help billions of animals facing the daunting challenges of the 21st Century.
Celebrate Be Kind to Animals Week May 4-10, the country's oldest commemorative week created by American Humane Association in 1915! For ways to join the Compassion Movement and help animals today, go to www.americanhumane.org/bekind "The need has never been greater," says Dr. Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of the country's first national humane organization. "We have made gigantic strides in the past century, pioneering many of the key advances in protecting our nation's children and animals, but there are still huge numbers in critical need of lifesaving care and we need more allies and advocates to give voice to the voiceless." Click here to continue reading the article...
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