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    Profile photo of taliah

    Over a year ago

    I am all for online activism but it doesn’t seem like it’s nearly enough. I would love to meet others in my community that are vegetarians and vegans but I’m so shy I do not know where to even begin. I’m signing up to volunteer at animal shelters though. Any other ideas?

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  • Profile photo of Landhermie

    Over a year ago

    I’m shy, too. Like, really shy. I did join an animal rights club a my school, however, and I am hoping I can really help it make a difference :).

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  • Profile photo of nomeatnodairynoprob1em

    Over a year ago

    @Rachel-S

    You lost me.
    It sounds like you don’t quite understand the purpose of TNR programs.

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  • Profile photo of nomeatnodairynoprob1em

    Over a year ago

    Creating, or participating in, a TNR (trap neuter return) program is an awesome way to directly prevent a great deal of pain and suffering offline.

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  • Profile photo of SkiVegChick

    Over a year ago

    im the same way :$ well not rlly. i actually rlly care what ppl think,and like dont wanna piss ppl off. and besides, im a “minor niner” so like, who would come to a club a grade 9 started? and my skools for human rights, not animal rights! D,:

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  • Profile photo of taliah

    Over a year ago

    So should I just go up to my principal and begin to talk about having an animal activist group? I’m not sure what exactly I would say. But I did just join student council so I’ll see if maybe we can get something working through there.

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