Why do you think I do not trust animals?
We’ve all been there.
You’re not allowed to hug someone in a restaurant, or share a photo with them on Instagram, or wear a bracelet or a bracelets on your arm or neck or your leg or neck.
You are not allowed.
You have to use a remote.
You cannot go out alone or to the grocery store alone.
You can’t use your cell phone without permission.
You must keep your keys and phone in your pockets.
If you’re a little older, or are on a tight budget, you can’t even leave the house alone.
And when we’re at a restaurant or in a store or in the subway or the airport, we are told to wear masks, that people who have a medical condition must wear masks or that the mask is a threat to public safety.
You might wonder why you are not more concerned about animal welfare.
Is it because we’re all in it together?
Because we all live in this big, interconnected community?
Or are we just afraid of having our concerns be misconstrued and misunderstood?
Because we are all in this thing together, the more that we act on those fears, the stronger we will be able to protect our planet and our animals.
If you or someone you love is in need of help, we’ve got a service that can help you.
When it comes to protecting the planet, our responsibility is to our own family, friends and neighbors.
We’re not in this for ourselves, we’re in this to make a difference.