Leave a trail of leaflets wherever you go - at the laundrymat , in waiting-room reading racks , on the bus , in dressingrooms
 Enclose a leaflet with every bill payment.
 Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper
(PAWS has copies avalible) about an animal issue : vegetarinism , the circus , vivsection , exc.
 Take advantage
of sugestion boxes and fill in consumer comment cards whenever you see something that helps animals or promotes their mistreatment.
 Speak Out! Within earshot of the shopper ahead of you in the cheakout line , talk with a friend about that television special
you saw on factory farming.
 Jump into radio call-in discussions. For example , call a health show with information
on vegetarianism , or call a show on budget cuts to talk about government subsidies of useless vivsection.
animal experiments in your community's classrooms. [ PAWS can help provide materials.]
 Voice your objection to restraunts and stores that have live lobster tanks.
 Document and report cruelty wherever
you see it - in a store , at the circus , in a neighbors backyard , exc. Contact PAWS for instructions on how to conduct a
 Tell everyone you know about going veg , and the impact it can have on both the animals
and their lives!
 Educate! Most people don't know which of their habits cause animal suffering - or how easy it is to
 Don't shop at pet stores that have live animals , only shop at supply stores.
 Ask your favorite
local restraunt to introduce a few vegan meals , to their menues. (PAWS can provide some recipies.)
 Set aside an hour every week to write to elected officals , industry executives , or newspaper and magazine editors. Keeping
an eye on the news will help you identify topics. Multiply your efforts by throwing a letter-writing party , complete with
 Don't let a single fur-wearer pass you buy without giving them a fur card. (write us for a supply)
 Don't shop in stores that carry fur clothing or accessories. Write to or speak with store managers to let them
Fight the permit applications of any new 'pet' shops unless they limit sales to supplies only.
Help out your local animal shelters which are always in need of volunteers to walk dogs , play with animals and donate supplies
like blankets , kitty litter and food.