8 Things You Can Do To Help Animals in Need in Your Community

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This episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast is all about how you can help animals in need in your community. If it’s just not feasible to adopt or foster a pet, there are still many ways you can help animals in need. Today, we share 8 ways you can help!

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8 Things You Can Do to Help Animals in Need in Your Community:

  1. Social Media
  2. Walk Dogs and Cats!
  3. Donate Your Skills
  4. Donate Supplies
  5. Foster a pet
  6. Transporting
  7. Support Cruelty-Free products/ companies (see also Episode 64, Episode 65, and Episode 260 for more on cruelty-free products)
  8. Help Pets of the Homeless (petsofthehomeless.org)


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Recipe of the Week:

5 Vegan Dog treats you can make at Home

Peta’s 5 easy DIY Vegan Cat Treat Recipes


Resource of the Week:

Adopt a Pet


Thanks for listening!

Peace, love, and veggies,
Vickie and Larissa

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