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ATAAC | Australian Teens Against Animal Cruelty - Ditch the Meat for National Vegetarian Week!


Here's what you have to do:
1) Head over to the National Vegetarian Week website and take the veg pledge.
2) Browse around the site, they have heaps of cool recipes and list the many benefits of adopting a vegetarian diet.
3) Get your friends involved! Let's put it this way: the more people that join in, the less little baby piglets die for meals.

What we're going to give you:
We're so behind this initiative, we want to give everyone that pledges to be veg a free vegetarian starter kit AND a free 'Go veg- Save lives' wristband! Sharing is caring.
Shoot an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the subject 'I WANT TO TAKE THE VEG PLEDGE' to receive your free goodies.

Need inspiration?
Watch Meat your Meat. It might not be pretty, but it's far better than what the animals had to go through.
Have a read here and here of what happens to each animal we eat to end up on our plate.
Check this video out. No blood. No guts. Just a really inspiring, beautiful clip with a really strong message.

To celebrate your cruelty free week:
October 4th is World Animal Day at Edgar's Mission and ATAAC is running a stall there.
There will be heaps of cool things going on as well as a vegan BBQ. Heaps of other animal groups will be there as well and you will be able to meet all of the beautiful farm animals.
Check it out here. Perhaps this day will inspire you to take your cruelty freek week further :)
Please get along and support it. Pam does such incredible/inspiring/amazing work for animals and she really needs all the support she can get.

No excuses!
Being veg has never been easier. There are so many veg restaurants out there, as well as thousands of veg recipes on the net. Just type in 'vegetarian recipes' to google and you'll be blown away about all of the options out there!
If you have ever wanted to be vegetarian, but thought it was 'too hard,' well here's your week to test your theory. And prove it wrong. The animals will love you for it.

Need support?
E-mail us on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with any question, anytime. We are always here to help out with any concerns you may have. Don't be afraid, we've all been there and know how it feels.

Good luck!!

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  • 4 May 2016
    RIP to a great man and a really good Samaritan- Last year Mr Date grabbed headlines around the world after he volunteered to knit sweaters for little penguins on Phillip Island in the wake of an oil spill. Mr Date said he always made sure his jumpers for the tiny penguins - who can be poisoned by oil spills - were up to par. 'I like to make it without mistakes and I don't excuse myself for doing it. (But) I think there is an excuse for a person who's gone beyond the normal span of life' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3570787/Australia-s-oldest-man-Alfie-Date-d...
 
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