mercy for animals
Believe it or not, there are kindly people in this world who conscientiously rescue earthworms who become stranded on pavement.
Once the rain stops, these little friends of the planet, who can't see, usually die a long, painful death by being sun- baked, or at the least, by thirst. Readers who might like to enjoy the good feelings which come from helping an animal in pain may be interested in this short essay on how to help these little folks:
Join Mercy For Animals for delicious vegan food and a powerful presentation by the Nutrition Director for The Coalition for Cancer Prevention, George Eisman, RD. Eisman, a professor of nutrition since 1980, will detail the ever-growing body of research which shows that milk and dairy products are not only unnecessary for good health but how they contribute to numerous severe health problems.
Join Mercy for Animals for a free vegan dinner followed by an informative presentation by JC Corcoran. This retired fire captain and paramedic has been leading programs on nutrition for many years. He'll detail how people who think they are choosing healthy, organic, life supporting foods may often be inadvertently making choices with long-term harmful effects.
Join Mercy For Animals for a free vegetarian dinner and presentation by Dean Vickers, the Humane Society of the United States' State Director for Ohio. This year, legislation will be introduced in Ohio to phase out some of the most cruel confinement systems for factory farmed pigs, chickens and cows. Learn how you can help pass this vital legislation.
If you have any questions, or are interested in bringing a vegan dish to share, please contact MFA Director of Campaigns Freeman Wicklund at 614-256-7959.