About

The Animal Rights and Rescue Advocate (“The ARRA“) was created on behalf of animals – domestic, livestock and wild. It’s focus is on animal rights and welfare, and animal rescue.

Visitors and people who care about animals are encouraged to comment on any issue relating to animals. Posts about animals in need of rescuing will also be published.

There have been positive changes with respect to animal rights and welfare; however, we are far from where we need to be. The only way we can bring about positive change for animals is to educate.

CAVEAT: There are so many issues and levels having to do with animal rights and welfare. Therefore, TheARRA.com does not have all of the answers. Many times, the issue is not as black-and-white as it appears. Therefore, it is advisable that you conduct your own research to educate yourselves on issues that are important to you.

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NOTE:  

  • The information on this site is for educational, advocacy and, at times, entertainment purposes, only. There is no intent, express or implied, to promote illegal activity, including vigilantism. I assume no liability for the potential actions of any third party. Crimes against animals should be reported to, and handled by law enforcement officials.
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