Animal Advocates of the Inland Northwest
"Where's the meeting? I brought Spring!"
Join us for the first meeting of 2017
and work with some of the finest people in Spokane for the animals!
7:00 p.m. Thursday May 25th at the Spokane Valley Library
JOIN US FOR OUR LAST MEETING OF 2013!
Come work with some of the finest people in Spokane for the animals!
7 p.m., Thursday, November 7, at the Spokane Valley Library
Soon it will be winter, and everyone will be at home
Thank you to the SHS Parade of Paws Animal Advocates Dog Pack
GIANT CONDOMS INVADE SPOKANE!!
Well, ok, it's Kiantha, Christy, and Bruce posing with the Peta condoms.
TAKIN' EDUCATION TO THE STREETS!
Mercy for Animals came to Spokane to promote compassionate food choices and policies and to show the cruelty to animals in the meat production industry
Here's Phil and Christy!
Phil and Victor with the video, (can be seen at meatvideo.com)
Thank You For Bringing Such A Great Show!
PICS FROM OUR VISIT TO RIVER'S WISH ANIMAL SANCTUARY! THANK YOU KIT AND PETE!
Welcome People and Animals!
A Little Work In The Corral
OK, Let's Bring This Meeting to Order
I'm Keeping An Eye On Everyone
I'm The Boss. Any Questions?
Running IS The Reason!
Animals Cared For Here...Not Eaten
Saying GoodBye, For Now...
Animal Advocates is the only animal rights and welfare group in eastern Washington. We welcome animal-compassionate people to meetings, vegan potlucks and events. Monthly meetings, unless otherwise noted, are held the second Thursday of each month at the Spokane Valley Library, just north of Sprague off Pines on Main St.
We advocate for animals, tackling such issues as companion animal overpopulation, wildlife protection, farmed animals, vegetarianism, vivisection, animals in entertainment and fur industries.
Animal Advocates is an independent, grassroots organization. However, many of our members support other animal protection groups and regional animal shelters.
Animal Advocates accomplishes its work through public education, peaceful demonstrations, investigations, letter writing and petitioning, awareness of government legislation and, ABOVE ALL, PRACTICE AND PROMOTION OF COMPASSIONATE LIFESTYLES.
--Jim & Nicole Willis, On Animal Rights from the Animal Prospective
"Where respect for our beloved animal companions is concerned, thought, language and action all start with one word: guardian. This simple word facilitates an inner understanding of our responsibility to the furry, feathered and scaled beings whose loyalty, uniqueness and generosity so enrich our lives. By using "guardian" language when we communicate with others, we send a clear message that every individual animal has an inherent worth that far exceeds any mere material possession that can be "owned" like a table or a TV."
Too few hours in a day to actively participate in meetings, vegan potlucks and campaigns? Donations help the animals.
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Animal Advocates of the Inland Northwest.
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