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ATAAC | Australian Teens Against Animal Cruelty - Documentary screenings raise over $60,000!

ATAAC: A Documentary, created by the amazing Cam at iCandy Productions and presented by Elizabeth and Andrew of ATAAC, discusses animal welfare in India and the crucial work Wildlife SOS and Friendicoes do for all species of animals in the subcontinent.
Guest speaker and philanthropist Phil Wollen, check out his website here, very generously donated $50,000 to the cause which he followed with an incredibly inspiring speech that made everyone in the audience think about the way animals are treated in modern society.

All up, over $60,000 was raised for Wildlife SOS to continue their work with the leopards in India of which few are aware of. They face such life challenging situations as their habitation being destroyed, mother leopards being killed and baby leopards ending up in cages not much bigger than themselves for up to three years of their life.

Needless to say the funds ATAAC raised over the two screenings will ensure this crucial work is continued and the leopards of India will get a second chance at life!

Thank you so much to everyone who came along to support us. We even had people come from Adelaide to show their support!

We couldn't have done it without you all, and I hope the documentary inspired you as much as it did for
us to want to create change.
Lastly, a huge thank you of course to Phil Wollen for his generosity!

The DVD will be on sale on the website soon, so stay tuned!

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