How to Help Animals
By Doris Lin
Without realizing it, many people support animal exploitation and suffering by buying products tested on animals or containing animal products. When it comes to fur, you may not even be able to tell real from fake by reading the label.
- Go Vegan
- How to Tell Fake Fur From Real Fur
- Choose Cruelty-Free Products
- Now That I'm Vegan, What Do I Do With My Animal Products?
You can get active by volunteering for a local shelter, writing letters to the editor, getting involved with grassroots lobbying or joining a protest. While it's possible to be a solo animal rights activist, joining a group will plug you into the animal rights community, even if it's only through an email list. If you join a local group, you'll get to meet other local activists and get involved with local issues where you have the most impact.