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ATAAC | Australian Teens Against Animal Cruelty - Andrew Glover - Co-Founder

andrewglover"Knowledge is a responsibility and needs to be used and not ignored." - Andrew

Andrew became vegetarian in 2006 and is currently testing out a vegan diet. At first Andrew thought even the idea of being vegetarian or vegan seemed impossible, but how wrong he was.

Andrew has always loved animals but it wasn't till he watched meet your meat, on Peta2's website that he considered changing his lifestyle. Since then, he learnt about all different forms of animal cruelty and was horrified at what humans will do just for profit. It was this motivation that made him want to spread awareness, especially to the younger generations.

It was luck that Elizabeth also had the same feelings so together they decided to do something about it and started ATAAC. Andrew believes that people are evolving and slowly realising that if we continue living in the way past generations have been, the world and humanity does not stand a chance to survive.

Through Andrew's love of music, he has travelled and tabled at many concerts and gigs promoting animal rights to youth. He was also the Young Citizen of the Year in 2011 for his work with ATAAC.

Andrew has obtained a degree in Arts (Music Industry) from RMIT University in Melbourne and works full time as an Event Co-Ordinator.

 
  • 23 Jul 2014
    IT appears one Council's way of dealing with a dog that had no real 'home' for 3 years, posed no threat to anyone and was being cared for by one person over this time, is to shoot the dog who was so close to getting rescued and medical treatment for his wounds caused by his skin overgrowing his collar. RIP Boy. Feel free to comment on City of Darwin's FB page https://www.facebook.com/cityofdarwin A beautiful boy died today ........he had no name...except "boy", he had no home.....except the bush and he never got the chance to be loved. He did have someone who cared for him and gave him food a...
 
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