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everyday decisions that we make in our lives impact animals in a myriad of ways,
both good and bad. That's why Christine Durrant created
the game Fur and
Feathers, which helps young kiddos learn about animals in a fun and informative way. The
game, which can be purchased via the PETA Catalog, lets kids answer questions about animals, visit a café where they can order a veggie burger, and visit animal shelters and farms. Through play, kids learn
their impact on the animal world and get familiar with compassionate choices. In
short, it's a pretty rad way to encourage a young generation to think of
animals as friends.
a successful run with Fur and Feathers (the average PETA Catalog rating is five
bunnies!), Durrant is taking the fun to the water world with a new game called "Fins
and Flippers." While playing, kids can visit the bay, the beach, and the
coral reef to answer questions and save ocean animals by doing animal-friendly
tasks. Check it out on Durrant's
Kickstarter page, where she's raising funds for the project.
the meantime, get started teaching your kids to be kind to animals. Order Fur and Feathers today!
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.