Bites With Kristin Bauer: Take Action!

Posted by Lisa Franzetta, ALDF's Director of Communications on June 23, 2011

No one needs to tell the bloodthirsty fans of HBO’s vampire drama True Blood that the long-awaited Season 4 premier is just three days away! All month, the Animal Legal Defense Fund has been helping fans countdown with exclusive “bites” from actress and animal advocate Kristin Bauer, who plays the show’s sexy and sardonic Vampire Pam.

In a series of interviews with ALDF, Kristin shared her thoughts on the case of Tony, the tiger kept as a roadside exhibit at a Louisiana truck stop, and many other animal issues close to her heart. Today, she talks about what all of her fans and animal lovers can do each and every day to help animals. “There is so much you can do!” Kristin explains. From making sure your cosmetics aren’t tested on animals, to signing online petitions and actions, hear Kristin explain why it’s so important to translate your concern for animals into taking real action for them.

At ALDF, we couldn’t agree with Kristin more that “every little action counts and matters.” That’s why we make it easy for animal lovers to sign on their support to critical online campaigns for animals at aldf.org/stayinformed.


One thought on “Bites With Kristin Bauer: Take Action!

  1. Sir Surfalot says:

    Would be awesome if her or Sookie could translate a voice for the perils of North American Black and Gray Wolves when they become werewolves. How did they capture those on the show from the wild?

    On Tony, the Discovery Request is “Arbitrary” and should be denied on a basis of Common Law. It’s a “matter of first impression” and “precedent” in itself that the animal is highly exposed continually with no privacy whatsoever, thus over driven and overworked as an advertisement and show animal as one example, let alone other deprivation. It’s unnecessary to present evidence of legality from precedents established by prior decisions, or “stare decisis” of any similar case(s).

    TAKE THE CASE TO ANOTHER JURISDICTION WITH “PERVASIVE AUTHORITY” SINCE THERE IS NO “BINDING AUTHORITY” OF THE MATTER PRESENTED IN THAT JURISDICTION. THE CASE IS PRECEDENT AND NEEDS A BINDING AUTHORITY.

    Maybe that is food for thought to avert any continuation in Due Process, good luck and keep up the good fight!