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Join ARAN's 'Rally Against The Cruelty 2008'
national | animal rights | other press Thursday January 03, 2008 23:11 by Siobhan Higgins - Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) arancampaigns at eircom dot net
Visit www.ARAN.ie to Learn More
In 2006 Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN), Ireland's national grassroots animal protection group organized the first ever national stop cruelty to animals rally in Dublin. We were joined by huge numbers of our own members and supporters and were supported by many national animal rescue and respected protection groups who took time out of their busy schedule to be with us on December 10th 2006 to make a statement that cruelty to animals is not wanted here in Ireland.
This year we have plans on staging another rally and we are promising it to be an even bigger and better event with even more speakers from other respected animal protection and rescue groups and we WANT YOU THERE as we need your support on the day to make a difference, lets make this peaceful and touching event a day to remember!
Want to be kept informed about our 2008 event? Then log onto www.ARAN.ie today and we'll be sure to keep you posted. Spread the word far and wide!
Thank you for all you do to help animals,
Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN)