New Zealand
I will show what happens when animal cruelty happens and when they chop down trees affecting wildlife a habitats and get people to pass it on to get others aware of this. Then I will get people to help me help others having trouble looking after their animals so they do not do anything like animal cruelty to their pets and I will help them through the process. I will also do the same process to stop cutting down the wildlife's habitats.
United States
I want to save any animal.
United States
Domestic Animal: to provide students a classroom pet that responds to children. In the past a dwarf rabbit was our classroom pet for many years. Wildlife: Students create bird houses for observation. Hatch both praying mantis and butterflies. Students become aware of the interdependence of all life. Students plant and nurture various plants that support animal life.
United States
I will create a blog and post regularly with important information or just some fun facts. Also I will be doing many fundrasiers. The first one will be selling T-Shirts so the profit can go to Jane Goodall Institute. Check out my blog for more information: http://savethechimpanzees.wordpress.com/...and buy a T-Shirt as soon as it is available!
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Using cherro cereal, dried fruit, and natural string, make necklaces for the Chimps.
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Since the children are young, we will introduce the above goals through arts and crafts, games, discussions, an occasional field trip and find age appropriate community service projects/activities.
I will gather all different people to raise donations. We will also create flyers to make people aware of what is happening to the animals. Lastly we will have a petting zoo for people to adopt animals and adopt them to be put in a zoo to take care of
United States
Dogs and cats are suffering and starving. What happens if no one buys them? They get put to sleep, permanently. My plan is to convince people to instead of being greedy and wanting presents at their parties ask for food and toys for the animals at the shelter.
United States
Red-eared sliders are commonly sold in pet stores. The native turtle populations are declining and being replaced by Red-eared sliders that have been illegally dumped in ponds. Our short-term goal is to adopt Mary Lake – working collaboratively to remove debris (trash, discarded fishing line, etc.), erect a fishing line recycling tube, and construct nesting boxes. Our long-term goals are to increase public awareness of the impact releasing unwanted exotic pets has on the environment, give talks at local schools, and ultimately increase the population of native Western Pond Turtles in our local area, particularly Mary Lake.

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