No Summer Camp in 2015
Changes in the Education Department
We have had a wonderful Education Department for many years thanks to people like Willow, Beth, Kathryn and others who ran it and helped in so many ways. There have been many children educated and thrilled with the free to low cost tours and summer camp has been hugely popular with children and their parents. It’s been a great program and I appreciate everyone who has been involved in making it so.
Willow has announced that she is moving away and rather than just hiring
What can kids do for the animals?
Be kind to animals.
Make sure your friends are too.
Report animal abuse.
Learn about animals so you can be their voice.
Write your congressman. We make it easy at www.CatLaws.com
Don’t wear or play with things made out of real animals.
If you see fur for sale at a store tell the manager that it’s cruel to kill animals for their fur.
Don’t go to animal shows or circuses that use animals.
Never pay someone to touch a baby tiger or take your picture with one.
Don’t let people bring
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