Some News from Niagara Action For Animals in Niagara, Ontario
Posted September 18th, 2018 on Niagara At Large
Dear friends of animals
Rob Laidlaw has spent more than 30 years working to protect animals. He is the founder of Zoocheck and regularly speaks to groups of all ages about animal issues and how individuals can empower themselves to effect change.
He has kindly donated copies of his book ‘Cat Champions’ which has won several honours and awards – it’s a great book for young readers, but contains information that adults will find interesting too.
The book would make a great birthday present, Christmas gift or really for any occasion or no occasion at all. If you would like a copy, make a donation of $ 7.50 or more to NAfA and let us know you would like a copy. We can arrange for pick up, drop off or postage.
A copy of the book cover is attached with this post.
See a review of the book here: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/rob-laidlaw/cat-champions/
Niagara Action for Animals (NAFA) is a non-profit, all volunteer charity devoted to ending all forms of animal cruelty through education, direct action and legitimate protest.
To learn more about the animal assistance and advocacy work of Niagara Action for Animals, click on – http://niagaraactionforanimals.org/ .
About Zoocheck Canada – Zoocheck is a Canadian-based international wildlife protection charity (#13150 2072 RR0001) established in 1984 to promote and protect the interests and well-being of wild animals. Zoocheck works with a broad range of collaborating partners around the world.
Zoocheck endeavors to promote animal protection in specific situations and strive to bring about a new respect for all living things and the world in which they live.
To learn more about Zoocheck Canada, click on – https://www.zoocheck.com/ .
(A Brief Footnote from Niagara At Large reporter and publisher Doug Draper –
Congratulations to Rob Laidlaw on his latest book and for all of the work he has done over the years to advocate for and raise our awareness and appreciation for all of the other miraculous beings we humans are privileged to share this planet with.
Going back to my earlier years as an environment writer with a daily newspaper in Niagara, I found myself feeling a growing respect for the passion and dedication of Rob Laidlaw and his colleagues at Zoocheck Canada for the vital role they play in the field of animal advocacy.
Those of us who live Niagara, Ontario can be proud to have a group like Niagara Action for Animals around too.)
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