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Mary Had a Little Lamb, and Michelle Had a…

Lamb chop. If you’re an omnivore, I assure you that I didn’t write this post to judge you. Still, when my sister, Michelle, told me she cooked her first ever rack of lamb last night, I decided to lovingly remind … Continue reading

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I Love this Kiddo!

Check him out on Twitter: The Vegan Kid.

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Fresh Pork Sausage Prank – I’m Not Laughing!

My friend, Ivonne, sent me a link to a candid camera style video. The setup was in a supermarket where a guy gave customers samples of cooked sausage and then tried to get them to buy fresh sausage that he … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Eating Eggs and Dairy?

In September I had the pleasure of meeting my blogger buddy, Jean, in person. While chatting over a meal at The Plum Bistro, Jean shared how her mom went vegan. I already knew her mom, Carmen, from her blog Fashionable Over 50 and I … Continue reading

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Give Turkeys a Reason to Say “Thanks!”

Originally posted on Our Compass:
FACT: More than 45 million turkeys are slaughtered each year for Thanksgiving. Just in time for the holidays, PETA’s Thanksgiving video, “Thanks!” takes viewers on a harrowing journey with one boy and a group of…

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Picture parade fifteen.

Originally posted on Learning from Dogs:
When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace. The second set of wonderful pictures sent in by John Hurlburt.  If you missed the first set, they are…

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Animal Art as Activism

I recently discovered the wonderful blog,  Vegan Activist. I was disappointed when I found out that the author, J, is spending less time blogging and more time making art these days. Then I saw J’s soulful, inspired art and understood. J … Continue reading

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Charlie, Too Much Chocolate Cake and a Pity Party

While walking my dog, Mambo, this morning, I ran into a woman with a charming little dog. Our dogs hit it off, so we walked together. The woman told me that she was fostering Charlie and if I was interested, I could … Continue reading

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Popcorn Activism – A Fun Way to Help Animals!

If I were rich, I’d pay to show the movie Vegucated (a documentary that follows three New Yorker’s who agree to go vegan for six weeks to learn what it’s all about) in theaters so people could see it for free … Continue reading

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I Have an Idea to Help Animals

Your new neighbor invited you to his house for dinner. You had a lovely meal and are now reclining in the backyard over a bottle of wine. You notice several dogs in a pen and say, “You don’t have to … Continue reading

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