they refuse to unsubscribe me or explain where they got my information and i first unsubscribed from them over 6 months ago
There are few groups as effective as the Animal Legal Defense Fund within the animal protection movement. I know when i give to ALDF it is going to directly help animals. I'm thankful such a group exists that is truly making a difference for animals. Thanks to all at ALDF for the work you do to make this a better world for the non-human animals with whom we share this planet-- and for speaking up for those without a voice.
The ALDF is a wonderful organization that has done a lot to help get justice for animals. I really appreciate everything they've done on behalf of Tony the Truck Stop Tiger in Louisiana, as well as all of their efforts to promote the humane treatment and protection of animals.
When I lost my job last year, I knew I could only donate to a precious few causes anymore...I had to choose carefully. Ultimately, I chose ALDF alone. Through my animal rights circles, as well as my own research, I kept noticing how proactive the ALDF was on important issues. It consistantly provided detailed information to its followers which instilled confidence in me that my donations were being put to good use. I will donate to ALDF as long as I can!
I support the Animal Legal Defense Fund for the legal impact they have on animal welfare and safety. I enjoy receiving news and updates via facebook and feel more aware of issues that impact animals. I think they are positive force animal welfare and feel positive they are making a difference!
The ALDF inspires me because they are really doing the legwork - setting a standard for the future - by attending trials, engaging in litigation and educating the public about animal welfare. Their recent victory in court, on behalf of Tony the Tiger, was exactly why the ALDF deserves recognition for all their hard work.
I think the work you do on behalf of the animals is extraordinary! Most who go into law do it for the purpose of making money or as a stepping stone to other things, so for your people to work on behalf of animals who have no money to offer you in return for your services is admirable. I applaud your work on behalf of those who can't speak for themselves. The cruelty that is aimed at animals every day of every hour in this country is unacceptable and I firmly believe you are a leading force in the animal welfare campaign for justice! By changing the laws and prosecuting criminals Americans and those all over the world will come to acknowledge this generations civil rights movement on behalf of animals.
ALDF is a great organization that takes a common-sense approach towards contributing in a fairly unique way. Laws at the federal, state and local level are written by harried politicians and enforced by harried prosecutors; ALDF helps create and enforce these laws because nobody else will (everyone is busy with other and "more important" issues). Basic animal cruelty laws that exist today were created by folks like ALDF in the past, so please don't regard them as extremists. Thank you for reading.
I support the ALDF on both a professional and personal basis. From a professional standpoint, ALDF has consistently and successfully crafted novel theories of law to increase legal protection of animals and enhance the legal protections available to animals under existing laws. And personally, there has never been a time when I called upon ALDF with a question or concern that I did not receive a thorough and reliable response. An excellent example of the forward thinking work of ALDF was in Virginia in 2008. In the wake of the Michael Vick tragedy, the ALDF drafted a bill approved by the Virginia Assembly and signed by the governor adding dog fighting to the list of crimes that can be prosecuted under the Virginia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) laws. ALDF gets the job done.
I am a great believer in the work that ALDF does in helping animals through the legal system. It is evident that the folks at ALDF are hard working, passionate and caring individuals. Not only am I impressed with all of the accomplishments of their individual cases they undertake, but also it is exciting to hear about the work that they do to support the growing field of animal law in the education system. They have taken great strides to affect real change in how animals are perceived in the eyes of the law (and general public) and continue to sow the seeds for a better future.