1. Have an animal-free Easter this weekend!

  2. Looks delicious, right? Help make it a reality! Earth Burger aims to be the first vegan fast food restaurant in the state of Texas…which is no easy task. They’re halfway there with their Kickstarter goal so they can start building and buying equipment and they need your help!

    Just a few bucks would assist them with bringing awesome, tasty healthy fast food to Texas that will show non-vegans just how great vegan food can really be. Please consider helping them out right here!

  3. ana-nomaly:


    Please Stop Feeding Bread to Waterfowl

    Feeding bread to wild ducks is incredibly harmful. Bread has almost no nutrients that are useful for the duck, so they become malnourished and more susceptible to disease. Compounding the problem is that excessive bread left in the water will rot, which leads to high levels of E. coli and even botulism outbreaks. Wild ducks need to stay wild, and artificially feeding them causes them to lose their natural instincts for acquiring food.

    If you want to feed captive waterfowl, consider chopped vegetables, whole grains, or fruit instead.

    Read more: NY Dept of Environmental Conservation

    Photo credit: Cengland0

    (via: I fucking love science)

    This cannot be emphasized enough!

    (via vegan-venusaur)

  5. vbasement:

    Fact from United Nations 2006 Report.

    (via vegan-venusaur)

  7. go-vegan-cr:

    Humans are not the center of the universe. Think about that.

    (Source: vegan-nature, via vegan-venusaur)

  8. The way some palm oil is produced is contributing to massive rainforest destruction, orangutan extinction and climate change. It’s in 50 percent of the goods we use every day, and snuck into snacks of all kinds, so put down that Oreo cookie and pass on that bowl of Frosted Flakes.

  9. Did you know spring is the busiest time of year for animal shelters? It’s when they receive the largest influx of unwanted kittens and puppies. Avoid unwanted litters this spring and make sure all your pets are neutered or spayed!

    We can help. Visit our website or call 1-800-321-7387 to purchase a low-cost spay/neuter certificate: http://bit.ly/1ou3h9F

  10. krystamartini:

    This was too witty not to share!

    (via oceansdream)