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EXCLUSIVE: Sneak-peak into Animals Australia's biggest campaign ever!

EXCLUSIVE: Sneak-peak into Animals Australia's biggest campaign ever!

Posted 17 October 2012   by Anthony         Permalink | 9 Comments

Tags: Make it Possible, exclusive, factory farming

Can I let you in on some huge news? The biggest, most ambitious, most exciting campaign ever to end animal cruelty in Australia launches next week. And you, are about to get an exclusive sneak preview before it hits the rest of the nation. Come and take a look!

I can't give everything away, but here are the things I am allowed to tell you:

1) Imagine for a moment ... a world where all animals are provided with a life worth living and protection from cruel treatment. A world that recognises their needs and interests, not just takes from them. A world where every animal is treated as a someone, not a something. With the launch of this campaign imagination will become action, because we have a plan to Make it Possible - a plan to end factory farming in Australia!

2) Tuesday 23rd. Mark that date in your calendar, and just make sure you're near a TV. Stay tuned for more deets to come...

3) I can also tell you that some of Australia's best loved celebs have lined up to be a part of the Make it Possible campaign. I can't tell you which ones ... but they include sportspeople, musicians, and TV stars.

4) And lastly, you'll be seeing a lot more of this little guy in the future ...

But for now, that's all I can tell you!! By this time next week everyone will be talking about this campaign. Right now though, you're among the select few to know about it :)

I can't tell you how excited I am to see the impact this campaign will have for animals confined on factory farms. I'd encourage you to start getting excited, because this ... is going to be huge.

p.s. an end to factory farming cruelty won't be possible without your help. Stay tuned to Unleashed to find out how you can get involved to help make a kinder world for animals. Together, we can Make it Possible.

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Kelsey1 MsDrago Kelsey1 MsDrago 17 October 2012
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I got some news about this from Animals Australia. happy
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Dbass Dbass 18 October 2012
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We can all make it possible, start today - stop eating and wearing animals. It doesn't matter what type of far, the animal is from, if they are killed for our pleasure it can never be humane
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...2 ...2 19 October 2012
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So curious! I can't wait to see what next week brings. Just wish I could be a part of the action!
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...2 ...2 19 October 2012
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happy Just donated $60 to the campaign. I only wish I could do more to help.
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Kathy T Kathy T 20 October 2012
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I am a dedicated supporter of animals and this organisation.  I have also recently become a consultant with a company that produces vegan cosmetics.  Contact me if you want to know more happy bee
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Mary6 Mary6 21 October 2012
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I cannot wait!!
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Teweesa! Teweesa! 22 October 2012
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I just watched the ad. I got an email this morning with a link to it, a "sneak-peak. It was so powerful, so moving. I'm still crying. Well done, AA. With this campaign, you'll be convincing a lot more Australians that we need a world without factory farming.
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CaseyC CaseyC 24 October 2012
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i pledged
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fairy fairy 13 June 2013
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together we can make a better world.. megaphone
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