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  • Animals in Entertainment

    Travel, confinement, and being forced to perform tricks deprive wild animals of anything that might satisfy their complex physical, behavioral, and emotional needs. Their lives constitute abuse as entertainment.
  • How Can Non-Lawyers Get Involved in Animal Law?

    There are many ways for non-lawyers to get involved in animal law. Check out ten tips how!
  • Roadside Zoos

    Small, unaccredited zoos where wild and exotic animals suffer in captivity
  • Find Your Elected Officials

    Elected officials want to hear from you. This is an easy way to look up your elected officials and their contact information.
  • Working with Legislators

    Animals can’t vote, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have a voice in the political process. You can give animals that voice! This advocacy toolkit will walk you through the basics of how to lobby for pro-animal legislation.
  • An Avoidable Tragedy: Dogs in Hot Cars

    Legislation That Can Help Save Lives
  • Your Experience and Knowledge May Qualify You as an Expert Witness

    The federal rules of evidence, which govern the introduction of evidence in proceedings in federal court, state that an individual can qualify as an expert witness based on her knowledge, skill, experience, training, or education.
  • Products

    Unfortunately, some household products are not cruelty-free and contain animal products or were cruelly tested upon animals. Often items like makeup, hairspray, toothpaste, detergents, and shampoos have been tested on animals.
  • Dining Out

    Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean and Mediterranean restaurants often serve plant-based dishes, and many American, Mexican and Italian-style restaurants do too.
  • Cruelty-Free Cooking

    Cruelty free cooking can be easy. Here are a few of our favorite cookbooks!