It's World Vegetarian Day!

My dog says that he's excited that today is World Vegetarian Day (and the first day of Vegetarian Awareness Month)! If you're already a vegetarian or vegan, why not help others understand how easy it is to live a cruelty-free lifestyle? Click HERE to learn how to promote a veggie diet in your community.

Not a vegetarian? Here are some simple ways to get started down the path of compassionate living (courtesy of the North American Vegetarian Society):

Eat meat-free for the day or throughout the month
Learn how a vegetarian diet can benefit you personally
Try the meatless options available at local restaurants and eateries
Discuss vegetarianism with your interested friends, family and co-workers
Host a meatless meal or potluck for your friends
Eat meatless meals on a regular basis

To learn more about embracing a lifestyle that promotes compassion and respect for ALL living creatures, visit GoVeg.com to get the scoop. And, for a free veggie starter kit, click HERE.

4 comments:

  1. Puddy I missed vegetarian day! I just didn't realise. I'm a proud veggie but realise my cats can't be, and wouldn't want to be.(I bet you wouldn't want to be either?) That's fine, animals don't have a choice, I did and it was the best decision I could have made.

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  2. My dog says...

    Babz,

    A-OK that you missed the day because YOU are a veggie gal EVERY DAY! That is the most amazing commitment you can make if you love animals.

    Personally, I'm a fan of the veggie hotdog. That's what my mom used to lure my off the street when I was a stray. Now I get veggie hot dogs in the comfort of my home and get to eat them on my fluffy bed. Having a home is the best. I wish more dogs had homes.

    Vegetarianally Yours,
    Puddy

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  3. Oh how I wish all dogs and cats had homes. So you like veggie sausage do you? My cats look horror stricken at Quorn, they say "Give us the real thing or else" and show me their claws. I'm glad your mum saved you, I bet she's glad as well, especially since you are such a literate dog.
    Mushroomily yours, Babzx

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  4. My dog says...

    Yes, cats can definitely be more demanding than us dogs! We roll with the punches; cats kick tail and take prisoners!

    I'm a fan of all animals, though. We each bring something special and unique to the world.

    And as for being literate, I'm not the best speller. But, luckily for me my mom makes all my words look good when she types for me. I do know how to spell the important stuff, though: treats, walks, belly rubs, toys.

    -Puddy

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