Get Ready! Next Week is National Justice for Animals Week!

Posted by April Nockleby, ALDF's Online Content Manager on February 20, 2009

National Justice for Animals WeekAnimal victims of abuse cannot speak for themselves – that’s why concerned citizens like you must speak up for them!

The Animal Legal Defense Fund has created National Justice for Animals Week, an annual event that is dedicated to raising public awareness nationwide about how to report animal abuse and how to work within your community to create stronger laws and assure tough enforcement. Mark your calendars for ALDF’s first-ever National Justice for Animals Week, February 22-28.

To help ALDF gear up for this first-ever event, get started now by adding a National Justice for Animals Week badge to your website or social network page. Spread the word to family and friends who care about making a difference for animals!

Check our website, your inbox, and your Facebook page all next week for:

  • daily action items for getting involved in ALDF’s national campaign to stop animal abuse;
  • profiles of ALDF’s 2009 National Justice for Animals Week honorees-prosecutors and others who have gone above and beyond to bring animal abusers to justice;
  • a downloadable resource guide for stopping animal abuse in your own community;
  • a special video profile of Adam, a California kitten who survived a vicious attack to inspire animal advocates around the world.

Abused animals are too often forgotten victims in this country. By
providing Americans with the tools necessary to report animal abuse and
to demand tough laws and protections for animals, the Animal Legal
Defense Fund is helping concerned citizens fight animal abuse and honor
animal victims.

Check www.aldf.org, your inbox and Facebook page throughout the week to see how you can join us!


One thought on “Get Ready! Next Week is National Justice for Animals Week!

  1. This is a great idea, but it should be more than once a year. Maybe if you guys put a commerical on TV about this, more people would find out, and hopefully sign the petition.