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Library Hosts Compassion This Holiday Season

Written by PETA | November 2, 2009

Want to get active for animals, but not exactly the bikini in an ice storm type? You could take a cue from two fabulous Florida citizens and organize a “holiday compassion” display.


Carla and Bryan Wilson set up this beautiful educational exhibit in Florida’s largest public library.
holiday display


The display includes an awww-inspiring photo of a mother turkey and her chicks along with interesting facts about these intelligent, affectionate animals. It features eye-catching boards about why meat is bad for animals, bad for your health, and bad for the environment. And what holiday display would be complete without tasty tips for cruelty-free holiday meals?

The best part? It’s easy for you to replicate. For materials to set up your own cruelty-free information center, contact PETA’s activist liaisons.

Written by Heather Drennan

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  • Tricia cant says:

    I live in the Orlando area and plan on visiting this library asap!!!

  • Christopher Murphy says:

    This is fantastic. Congratulations on the Orange County Fla. Public Library for authorizing the display!

  • Brien Comerford says:

    A very nice post and I noticed a picture of AfricanAmerican vegetarian and animal rigts advocate Russell Simmons. We need more people from the Rap and HipHop music industry to denounce dogfighting and cruelty against animals.