Animal Rights Information
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Empty Cages, Full Forests
• "For the liberation of the overtaken, and the taking over by the liberated."
• "I currently reside in the Bay View neighborhood in the city of Milwaukee. I've been vegan since about 2004 and vegetarian since 1998. In that time I've seen the options available expand significantly to the point that there have been rumors that Milwaukee just might be the next up-and-coming vegan mecca."
Super Shegan: Surviving in a Carnivore World
• "Growing up, I never liked meat or dairy. Something in my head told me it just wasn't agreeing with me. In 2008, some very dear friends of mine introduced me to The China Study and my eating habits drastically changed for the better. I feel better, have more energy, and actually cook now."
Toronto Vegetarian Links & Resource Page
• "Local Vegetarian & Vegan Links For Toronto..."
• "Affectionately known as the 'vegan queen-bee' by friends, and dubbed 'The World's Coolest Vegan' by Herbivore Magazine, Sarah Kramer is the vegan godmother of all things cruelty-free."
• "...a singles community owned and operated by vegetarians."
• "...the world's first, largest and most effective site for singles interested in vegetarianism or environmental protection."
• "Thanks for visiting! I dedicate this site to people looking for good food in the Twin Cites of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Although my site is geared towards those who are looking at the menus from a vegetarian perspective, I also hope visitors will include people looking for a new dining experience..."
• "Claire Gosse is a Canadian vegan cookbook author and video blogger. She lives in Orangeville Ontario with her husband Brad, four dogs and three cats. A true animal lover, Claire also volunteers her time at the local OSPCA. Her love for cooking comes through in all of her recipes."
• "...named the 2011 Indie Media Powerhouse by VegNews Magazine, produces multimedia resources that you can use in order to find your own way to change the world for animals."
"Rabbits are unique in Western culture as one of the few animals that are loved as pets, despised as pests, and still bred as product for the meat, fur and lab animal industries. While dogs and cats are allowed to roam freely in our homes, the privileged relationship we have with them as pets has not been extended as fully or completely to many pet rabbits."