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    Action For Animals

    It is our belief that all sentient creatures, regardless of their species, are deserving of moral consideration and moral treatment; and to that end, they should not be harmed, exploited, or treated in any way which interferes with their safety, well-being, comfort, and best interests.

    Of course we also believe that human animals are deserving of moral consideration, and the members of Action for Animals put forth our best efforts to see that the maxim "First, do no harm" is applied to all our human companions on earth as well.
    Action for Animals carries out its mission to protect and defend non-human animals in a number of peaceful, specific ways which include but are not limited to the following:

    1. Educating the public as to the principles of the animal rights movement;

    2. Exposing to public awareness the inhumane conditions in which many non-human animals are forced to exist;

    3. Working to increase public awareness regarding the treatment of non-human animals;

    4. Working with local, state, and federal government to challenge and ultimately bring a stop to inhumane practices toward non-human animals through changes in public policy;

    5. Working cooperatively with national animal rights organizations to bring their campaigns to Austin and surrounding areas; and

    6. Intervening whenever possible on behalf of animals, to help safeguard their moral right to remain safe, protected, and unharmed.
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    P.O. Box 456
    Austin , TX 78767
    Contact Person: Action for Animals
    Phone: 512-236-9518
    E-Mail: [email protected]

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