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This book aims to show the reader the many ways in which they can respond to animal issues—from buying cruelty-free products to demonstrating about injustices and lobbying local MPs. The author exposes the ways in which animals are abused by humans, even when they are supposedly protected as endangered species. Aimed at teenagers, but suitable for everyone, it shows we can all do something to help end the shame.
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Are you horrified by stories of animal cruelty? Do you want to do something about it? Then start right here. Animal rights activist Juliet Gellatley takes you on a consciousness-raising journey through the world of animal exploitation. Hunting and fishing, farming and fur, zoos and circuses--there are endless ways in which humans abuse animals--for pleasure, profit, and in the name of science. But she also offers an action plan to fight back: consumer power, protests, lobbying, and letter writing--it's all here with practical examples. "Born to Be Wild" is your guide to saving animals.Review:
"Anyone who loves animals will cheer this book out loud!" -- Paul McCartney
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Book Description Women's Press, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0704349698
Book Description Women's Press, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0704349698