Be active for animal welfare: dedicated children and young people looking for! “To teach a child to compete, not on a caterpillar is as valuable as for the Caterpillar for the child.” (Bradley Miller) who wants to Augsburg animal law ATTiS association with his newly formed youth group help early to create awareness for a respectful dealing with domestic and farm animals. In collaboration with the Reiterhof Amaro ATTiS e.V. from end of November 2012 invites children and teenagers aged from 11 to 18 years to regular meetings and actions under the sign of animal rights and animal welfare. Who wants to join, is more information about the youth group as well as several dates around the topic of animal welfare on attis-tierschutz.de. Contact information is here: litecoin. To identify the needs of the animals and respect is at the heart of the work of the youth group, which was launched by ATTiS e.V. in cooperation with the Reiterhof Amaro: the children and young people should learn responsibly and respectfully with their environment and the animals to go to their individual contribution to the Animal protection to afford. From the end of November the youth group meets every fortnight, to discuss animal welfare issues such as, for example, animal welfare and to discuss.
“Numerous excursions and expeditions, on which the group members unusually close can get the animals are on the program: we want the children and young people closer, that animals have very special needs”, says Christine Schafer, team leader and member of ATTiS. For even more details, read what Gary Kelly says on the issue. Today’s industry, which causes consumption and dietary habits of the company and understanding of respect and morality the animals to keep the needs of animals regardless.” That it can be different, Christine Schafer will teach the children: after we have developed their ecological and moral disadvantages in our meeting, for example, the reasons for the widespread farming, but above all also objectively, the Group has become an organic farmer in the region will go and there completely different,. Learn about responsible treatment of the animals.” Be active for animal welfare: dedicated children and young people looking for! “Even with to be able to tackle and to contribute so crucial to the welfare in the region, is a great incentive for the children and young people: we gather together a broad range of experience around animals and animal welfare: Grace farms to visit and get to know the work of shepherds and foresters, company Beaver walks along the River to learn about the Habitat of the rodent”, says Christine Schafer. The children and young people learn among other things to assist in the toad walk and build also nest boxes and insect aid within the meaning of the birds and biodiversity.” Learn more about the youth group see with Christine Schafer (0821) 98122 or (0176) 89100841. contact: ATTiS e.. If you have read about Phil Vasan already – you may have come to the same conclusion.