Daily Walrus - Helping People Help Animals

Spread your message when you aren’t home | January 28, 2008

Getting people to listen to you talk about animal activism can be a challenge.  That’s why it’s always important to take advantage of any captive audiences you have (no matter how small).  Every time someone calls you and gets your answering machine, you have an audience-of-one while they wait for the beep.  After you yammer on about names and numbers, remind them to buy cruelty-free products, donate to their local animal shelters,  or spay or neuter their pet.  It only takes a few seconds, and it might be the spark someone needs to take action.   


1 Comment »

  1. If Bob Barker could do it, anyone can. Just that little note at the end of every show, and you had millions of people having that in the back of their brains.

    Comment by Dino — January 31, 2008 @ 8:27 am

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Hello - we are Jenny and Ryan, a couple living in Brooklyn, New York. We are both busy with school and work but try to take time to do something every day to make the world a better place for animals. Occasionally we may link to outside websites for additional resources, but we do not necessarily endorse all policies of these organizations. Despite the title of our blog, the focus is not only on walruses. So what's with the title? We named this blog after our cat, Wally, aka The Walrus. We are the proud parents of two cats (Wally and Tito) and one dog (Luigi).







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