Young People Want To See Change
Young People Want To See Change – During the last year I have had the good fortune to connect with young people from around the world who are very concerned about animal and environmental issues. It is very encouraging to see their commitment to creating change and their compassion for all creatures who have no ability to defend themselves.
From animal abuse to factory farming – the dolphin slaughter at Tajii to the killing of innocent shelter dogs and from canned lions to elephant poaching – young people care – they want to see change and they are NOT afraid to speak up and be heard. Children and young men and women are doing incredible things all over the world for oppressed people, animals and the planet.
I recently had the opportunity to connect with Jacalyn Beales. She is a representative of CACH in Canada and will do amazing work in creating much needed awareness about canned hunting here in North America.
The link below is to Jacalyn’s article that was published in Africa Geographic
Generation Y And Saving Lions
And This Is Her Group On Facebook
PACH (People Against Canned Hunting) is a Community dedicated to sharing information and raising awareness pertinent to the horrific Canned Hunting Industry. The aim of PACH is to allow people to share and discuss opnions, facts, and other information about the Canned Hunting industry which they find relevant and important.
The purpose of this page is to raise awareness of Canned Hunting. This page and its members are in no way affiliated with any organization, sponsor(s), charity, etc. It is simply an outlet for people to share and raise awareness of an industry many hope to see abolished (canned hunting). We encourage members and other viewers of this page to do their own research on cub-petting and canned hunting. We also support the following organizations and hope others will as well:
(Please note: the support we have for these organizations is personal, and the PACH Facebook page is, again, not affiliated with the abovementioned organizations). For more information on cub-petting and canned hunting, please visit the websites noted above. You can also donate or look into volunteering, via both websites.
And When I Grow Up – I Want To Live!
The Canned Lion Industry Must Be Close Down
And Jacalyn Beales Is Working To That End!