Telling their stories
- Full colour images of rescued animals
Saving Animals: A Young Activist's Guide
Want to save animals, but not sure how? Or maybe you are already helping animals and want to do more. Saving Animals: A Young Activist’s Guide will show you just how powerful you can be.
A full colour guide with inspo from 24 young activists aged 6-18. It includes everyday actions you can do right now, step-by-step plans to help you organise your own events and tips to help you avoid getting frazzled. There’s everything you need to get started.
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About the Book
Whether you want to chalk colourful slogans, set up an animal rights squad, create animal art, talk to your family about veganism, try your hand at video outreach or maybe even rescue animals yourself, this book will help you make a difference.
Here are a few things to expect:
Activist stories and interviews - if they can do it, so can you!
How to directly liberate animals.
How the author started her own animal rescue organisation.
Self-care tips to avoid burnout.
How to respond when you get asked common questions like, ‘where do you get your protein,’ or ‘don’t you care about humans?’
Why and how to go vegan.
How to organise a protest or disruption.
How to get the media interested in your event.
How to find or create a supportive animal rights community.
Effective vegan outreach tips.
How to stand up for the animals in your school.
And so much more!
About the Author
Catherine Kelaher is the author of Amanda the Teen Activist. She is also the founder of NSW Hen Rescue, an Australian charity that liberates caged hens and other factory farmed animals. Catherine is a dedicated vegan activist and liberationist and believes that being kind is just about the most important thing anyone can do.
Catherine received the Elsie Quinn courage award for her work with Animal Liberation NSW in 2012 and Volunteer of the Year Award 2013. Catherine also completed a degree in English Literature and Creative Writing at Kingston Upon Thames University.
Catherine lives in Sydney with a handsome Aussie husband named David surrounded by her furred and feathered family including Maddie in the pic opposite. Maddie fell off a truck a few years ago and Catherine nursed her back to health. Now they are BFFs or as Catherine says, CFFs (chicken friends forever).