Wesleyan Students for Animal Welfare

Alexa Atamanchuk ’12 writes in about a new group:

Want to play with animals all day?

Wesleyan Students for Animal Welfare is a new student group that addresses animal issues within both the local and national community. The group will help increase animal welfare and awareness of animal issues through advocacy efforts (such as bringing speakers and animals to Wesleyan and Middletown Schools and helping on pro-animal legislation), Fund raising efforts (Product Drives, Events on Campus, Acting as Event Staff for off-campus events), and Volunteering with local Animal Shelters and Animal Rescue Groups.

Date: Feb. 2
Time: 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: USDAN 110

Dear members of this group,

Here are my animal requests:

Lions, leopards, any member of the cat family that doesn’t go “meow”

Bubbles the chimp

A dinosaur

Thanks,

whatshername

12 thoughts on “Wesleyan Students for Animal Welfare

  1. whatshername

    Because if they do manage to bring animals to campus/Middletown, I hope they’re lions or chimps! Animal love is the theme here.

  2. whatshername

    Because if they do manage to bring animals to campus/Middletown, I hope they’re lions or chimps! Animal love is the theme here.

  3. whatshername

    Because if they do manage to bring animals to campus/Middletown, I hope they’re lions or chimps! Animal love is the theme here.

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