Our mission is twofold. First, as implied by our name, is to educate people concerning the abuse of animals which they have been conditioned to ignore, deny, or dismiss. We believe that once people have been made aware of the suffering going on behind closed doors, they will be compelled by their own moral compasses to act to end that suffering.
The second part of our mission is providing direct relief, rescue, and aid to animals in need.
To fulfill our mission, we will work with other local AR/AW groups (e.g. the Tallahassee-Leon Animal Service Center http://www.leoncounty..., Leon County Humane Society http://www.lchs.info/..., Animal Aid & Spay/ Neuter Center http://animalaid.us/..., St. Francis Wildlife http://www.stfrancisw..., Goose Creek Wildlife Sanctuary http://www.goosecreek..., It's Meow or Never for Ferals http://profile.myspac..., Extended Circle Animal Haven http://www.ecahanimal..., Big Dog Rescue http://www.bigdogresc..., and local rescue groups or individuals working for the cause without formal structure or name). This symbiosis will enable all parties to leverage their strengths and mitigate their weaknesses, increasing the total benefit to our animal kin. We have found that much more can be done if we put aside personalities and politics, and pull together rather than struggling in isolation. We all have special interests or knowledge, and if we share them, we will find that every single person has something to offer to give a voice to the voiceless. We may not agree on every issue, but that's all the more reason to work together; without communication we will never learn, teach, or solve anything. We believe that by doing what we can and forgetting about who's better than who, we can accomplish so much more!
Please contact me at Cindy@SavingAnimalsViaEducation.org for further information.
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