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“Be Kind To Animals Day” at Talk2theAnimals

Be kind to animals poster

Be sure to visit the Talk2theAnimals page on Facebook on Thursday, November 20, 2014.

Why?

Talk2theAnimals is hosting a “Be Kind to Animals Day”

We are all aware of the animal abuse that takes place.

We’ve all seen the graphic pictures.

We’ve all seen the manipulative ads on TV.

And I don’t know about you, but I don’t need to hear of the abuse, see the graphic pictures or manipulative ads to know this takes places. Heck, it’s plastered practically everywhere.

What I DO want to see and hear about are all the un-touted acts of kindness towards animals that occur. I want to hear about how we humans actively nurture the relationship we have with our animal kin.

Because you know what we say here at Talk2theAnimals: We All Do Better When ALL Creatures Do Better.

T2TA “Be Kind To Animals Day” involves a random act of kindness towards an animal AND an individualized animal message for all humans who participate.

Here’s the skinny:

  • Visit the Talk2theAnimals page on Facebook
  • If you haven’t already, give us a ‘like’
  • Leave a comment on the pinned ‘Be Kind to Animals’ post telling what random act of kindness you will do for an animal (examples: volunteer at an animal shelter, donate supplies to a shelter or rescue, make a financial donation to your fave rescue or shelter, feed your backyard wildlife, visit The Animal Rescue Site and learn how your click helps, offer pet care to a sick or elderly neighbor, build a feral cat shelter – the ideas are endless!)
  • Each person that leaves a comment on the pinned post on the Talk2theAnimals page sharing their random act of kindness will receive an individualized message from an animal
  • Messages will be posted in the comments area of the pinned post

Have fun doing this – let’s show some random acts of kindness to the animals tomorrow!

Harmony,

Janet

4 Comments

  1. Zack Lucks November 21, 2014 at 8:28 pm #

    Janet, I love what you have done to create awareness for the proper treatment of animals. In fact, every day of the year should be, “Be Kind to Animals Day.” To make your wish come true I do have a story regarding my love bird Hermie. 3 days before hurricane Irene hit, Hermie found me and my friends mid afternoon in an Applebee’s parking lot. His past is unknown, but what I realized was that he was clearly looking for human companionship and was hurt and terrified. He landed on my car, upon which I put my finger by his belly and said “up.” After making this gesture Hermie climbed on my finger and we have best buddies ever since. When I found him, he had a bad infection on his leg. Me and my mother nursed him back to health via syringe, medication, and TLC. To this day Hermie is healthy, rambunctious, and thriving.

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    • Janet Roper November 23, 2014 at 8:44 am #

      Zack! Thank you so much for sharing that marvelous story. I am very glad you and Hermie found each other, and it’s a delight to hear he is healthy, rambunctious and thriving. Yes, in my book, every day is “Be Kind to Animals Day.” 😉

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      • Zack Lucks November 23, 2014 at 12:56 pm #

        Thank you so much for commenting on my post Janet! I agree with you 100% that there is a way deeper connection between humans and animals than what people think. I look forward to reading more of your insightful blog posts.

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        • Janet Roper November 23, 2014 at 9:28 pm #

          You are very welcome Zack. Thank you for your kind words and I’m glad we’re connected 😉

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