National Justice for Animals Week 2009

National Justice for Animals WeekAnimal victims of abuse cannot speak for themselves–so concerned citizens and our legal system must speak up for them. That’s why 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. February 22 – 28 marks ALDF’s first-ever National Justice for Animals Week.

Sign ALDF’s Animal Bill of Rights! Support basic legal rights for all animals.

Watch this special video profile of Adam, the mascot for this year’s National Justice for Animals Week.

Check out our all new National Justice for Animals Week resources–designed to help each and every animal lover play an active role
in the campaign for REAL justice for animal victims.

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Spread the word! Let everyone know you have joined the fight against animal abuse by downloading one of our eye-catching National Justice for Animals Week badges.

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Meet Adam, the mascot for this year's National Justice for Animals Week. He's a spunky black cat who survived a vicious attack in Santa Rosa, California in 2007 after being set on fire by two teenage girls when he was an eight-week-old feral kitten.

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Download ALDF's printer-friendly resources to provide you with the critical information you need to get active for animals - ALDF's criminal justice factsheets and our special 18-page resource guide for activists and communities.

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Animals need your help every day of the week. Check back every day during National Justice for Animals Week, and take part in a quick and effective action to bring us closer to real justice for animal victims.

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Help us add 10,000 new signatures to the Animal Bill of Rights during National Justice for Animals Week - sign today, and spread the word!

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Without strong enforcement, even the best written laws are powerless to protect animals. That’s why the Animal Legal Defense Fund is celebrating some of our nation’s most important animal advocates during National Justice for Animals Week—the prosecutors and other law enforcement professionals who have let it be known that animal abuse will not be tolerated in their communities.

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