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Peace 4 Animals & Freedom Of Animals team up to make Compassion The Fashion this Holiday Season


Melia Lia Classic Bag Now Available for Christmas

Rich textured black and plush white 7″ classic box bag. Perfect from day to night with detachable shoulder strap. Made of post consumer, cruelty free, eco-faux leather. Vegetable dyed. Organic cotton lining. Easily cleaned with soap and water. durable and water resistant.

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FREEDOM OF ANIMALS is a sustainable and cruelty-free luxury bag line. Our products
are made with the highest quality materials to create sleek, versatile and sophisticated pieces
that are an eco-friendly choice in the luxury accessories market. We joined Katie Cleary and
Peace 4 Animals this holiday season to bring you the most stylish and caring bag of the
year! Please continue to support our mission

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36 Baby Elephants Ripped From Their Mothers In Zimbabwe


Multiple reports say 36 baby elephants have been forcibly torn from their mothers in Zimbabwe and are about to be sent out of the troubled country. One report says they are headed to China. Another report says they are headed to the UAE, United Arab Emirates. Outrage is growing. But, it’s not enough. Your help is desperately needed. After being tipped off by the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival JaneUnChained teamed up with Peace4Animals and

Activists from and Friends of Animals also joined us as we sought answers from all 3 governments mentioned as part of this controversy. Watch the video and then tweet up a storm. ‪#‎ZimbabweElephants‬  EmiratesChina Daily USA

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Katie Cleary Fights to Save Orangutans in Late Husband’s Honor

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Story by: Jackie Taurianen and Mary Cella

Jane speaks to Katie Cleary, a former “America’s Next Top Model” contestant and television personality who’s fighting to save the Bornean orangutans whose habitat is being decimated to make way for palm oil plantations.  Palm oil is used in many processed food items and cosmetics, but companies often use other terms to disguise it on the label.

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