Support World Animal Day – Giving a Voice to Animals Who Can’t Speak Up For Themselves

October 4th is World Animal Day. This day is to raise awareness and educate people all over the world with regards to animal welfare.

The World Animal Day events are held all over the world and it’s been found to be very useful for small groups to get the media they attention they so richly deserve. It’s certainly something you can join in with. Whether it’s with your time, attending a fund raising event or a donation of money to an animal charity, we can all do our bit, no matter how small, to help the plight of animals worldwide.

Events are happening all over the world, and of course with the UK being a nation of animal lovers, there’s plenty going on here too. There’s a World Animal Day fun day at Freemantle & Shirley Community Centre in Southampton. If you’re near Ringmer you can join in an abseil organised by Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare, of if you’re feeling very brave how about a 10,000 foot skydive that’s being organised by Animal Free Research UK in Hitchin?

You’ll find details of these and many more World Animal Day events on their official website under the Events heading. You’ll find the link at the end of this post.

There’s even a World Animal Day music video. Simply sharing the video on social media will help to raise awareness and it only take a few seconds. You can find the video here.

Looking for animal related private plate to help spread the word? Here’s our pick of available animal plates…

You could have a World Animal Day plate such as WAD 287 or WAD 760.

Or how about a DOG plate such as the amazing 2 DOG?

Cat lovers can pick up 8 CAT or 22 CAT.

If you like your animals a little smaller how about 8 RAT?

Farm animals are not forgotten. We’ve got COW 55S and 5 HEN.
You could have a bear plate such as BEA 1R or if you’re into the tiniest of creatures, then you could have a BUG plate such as 9 BUG or 21 BUG!

You can find out more about World Animal Day, and how you can get involved on the World Animal Day Website at www.worldanimalday.org.uk

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