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Updated On: Aug 07, 2022
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And Justice For Animals Hosted by celebrity interviewer and animal welfare activist, Jennifer Peterson, And Justice For Animals podcast is a fun, truthful and often provocative conversation with world-renowned animal welfare experts which gives listeners tangible takeaways on what can be done each day to make the world a better place for animals. If you love animals and care about the planet, this is the podcast for you!
Constructional Approach to Animal Welfare and Training A monthly podcast bringing you the latest information to help build stronger relationships with our animal companions, enhance training, assist shelter animals, and address other important issues related to animal welfare and training. If you are like us who love, live, and work with animals, this is the show for you! Please enjoy! Please contact us or find more information at Facebook page "Constructional Approach to Animal Welfare and Training" or email us at caawtcontact@gmail.com
Animals Today Radio The signature program of the nonprofit, Advancing the Interests of Animals (AIA), is its weekly, one-hour nationally syndicated radio show, Animals Today. Currently in its seventh continuous year, this show provides a worldwide platform where individuals and organizations concerned about the welfare of animals can present their viewpoints and promote their causes. It is a communication hub where listeners learn about a wide variety of animal welfare issues as well as the actions they can take to help animals locally and around the globe. Hosted by Dr. Lori Kirshner and co-host/producer Dr. Peter Spiegel, Animals Today airs in multiple markets with a potential audience of millions of listeners. Listeners worldwide may enjoy live shows via internet streaming, and past shows are archived on the Animals Today website and YouTube for free access anytime. Shows can also be accessed as podcasts on iTunes, on Spreaker, on Tune in radio, and on i heart radio.

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iBuzz by AnimalConcepts Want to learn about animal care and welfare? Interested in science and practice? Interested in education, conservation, and research? Learn and practice self-care & care at the institutional level? Learn more from and about all kinds of animal care professionals, managers, and directors? To hear from authors and NGOs? This podcast will share stories, insights, experiences, science, and practices related to animal welfare and care, and the wellbeing of animal care professionals. iBuzz is the podcast series by AnimalConcepts featuring animal care and welfare professionals, authors, and many others contributing to the Practical Animal Welfare Science platform! Questions you would like to hear answered? These can be sent to info@animalconcepts.eu.
Kindness Matters Cat Depot’s monthly web-series showcasing animal welfare professionals and the animals that inspire their work.
Tall Tails Host Christine Francois is passionate about animals and humans alike! She is the grateful adopted mom to five cats who started their young lives in 2019 as strays in a non-pet friendly residential community where she and her family lived until recently. During the Covid 19 lockdown she was urged to 'get rid of' them and so she and her family were forced to remove the cats from their property. They decide to have the cats boarded and simultaneously find new accommodations. There began a grueling four-month odyssey to find a new rental home that would accept them all. In a moment of prayer, she realized her calling and decided to become a voice for the animals she and her family love so dearly and an advocate for animal welfare and rescue. Tall Tails tells the stories of love, companionship and some of the challenges associated with taking responsibility for companion animals and providing them with the loving care they deserve, through the eyes and hearts of pet lovers, animal welfare advocates and stakeholder

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Stories From The Sea We've put together this playlist celebrating the scientists, artists, surfers, and ocean-lovers around the world to spotlight their remarkable accomplishments and life stories. Listen in to learn fascinating facts about deep-sea life, new action plans for protecting marine environments, and steps that you can take to help keep our oceans a little bit safer. Enjoy! Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
The Seaspiracy Effect Featuring Paul Watson, Cyrill Gutsch, and a take from Andy Sharpless Our Epic Ocean with Rich German
Regeneration This is a collection of podcasts focused on the topic of Regeneration, Sustainability and Climate Activism. Care More Be Better: Social Impact, Sustainability + Regeneration Now
Sustainable energy The one thing that the pandemic has taught us is that our earth and climate are so vulnerable and precarious. We feature several businesses that innovate and bring sustainable solutions to the consumer. Mindful Businesses
Epic Women of The Ocean These are the epic women who help to conserve and save our oceans Our Epic Ocean with Rich German

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Healing Amid Destruction: Alyarz Pet Club Association Rescue can look very different from state to state, but internationally, it can be something else entirely. Razane Khatib, President and Founder of Alyarz Pet Club Association, joins us today to share how APC got started in one of the world’s darkest times and became the first Lebanon rescue to work with CUDDLY, while taking a look at the reality of animal welfare in their country.Alyarz Pet Club Association, is a registered charity based out of Baabda Lebanon, with a mission to save animal lives, offer support and provide wellness treatment to animals in need. Topics Include:- The beginnings of APC in animal welfare-  The role of volunteers- The sad reality for animals in Lebanon- The aftermath of the 2020 explosion- Animal abuse from the population- The impact the US and Canada ban has on international adoption- The Lebanese mentality on adopting special needs animals- The hardships of transporting animals overseas- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:APC Instagram: https://bit.ly/3JisoZtCUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3vkMQTNWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Healing Amid Destruction: Alayrz Pet Club Association Rescue can look very different from state to state, but internationally, it can be something else entirely. Razane Khatib, President and Founder of Alayrz Pet Club Association, joins us today to share how APC got started in one of the world’s darkest times and became the first Lebanon rescue to work with CUDDLY, while taking a look at the reality of animal welfare in their country.Alyarz Pet Club Association, is a registered charity based out of Baabda Lebanon, with a mission to save animal lives, offer support and provide wellness treatment to animals in need. Topics Include:- The beginnings of APC in animal welfare-  The role of volunteers- The sad reality for animals in Lebanon- The aftermath of the 2020 explosion- Animal abuse from the population- The impact the US and Canada ban has on international adoption- The Lebanese mentality on adopting special needs animals- The hardships of transporting animals overseas- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.instagram.com/alyarz_pet_club/?hl=enCUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Urban Jungle Rescue: Puppy Kitty New York City Our guest today is Meagan Licari, president of Puppy Kitty New York City. A 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, that focuses its efforts on injured, sick, or homeless cats and kittens on the streets of NYC, that has saved thousands of animals since its start in 2014.Meagan jumps on board to talk about what rescue has looked like over the last couple of years, the changes they’ve seen, and the amazing stories they’ve gotten to be a part of, while working to tackle overpopulation and the dangers these animals face, through various initiatives and programs.Topics Include:- The beginnings of Puppy Kitty New York City- How Covid has changed the way the rescue works- Adopting out before spaying and neutering, and its importance- Return rates after Covid- Having a full-time job and working in rescue- Insights from working in the pharmaceutical industry- Repurposing styrofoam containers into cat homes- Rescue mission stories- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://puppykittynyc.org/https://www.instagram.com/figaroandhisfriends/?hl=enCUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Quiet Compassion: Kabul Small Animal Rescue It’s rare to get the opportunity to talk to a rescue that has been in direct path of war and destruction and that’s why we are so honored to have Charlotte Maxwell-Jones today, to talk about her experiences over the past year, in Kabul, running the only emergency clinic in the country, and the realities that her rescue faces every day.  Charlotte is the director and founder of Kabul Small Animal Rescue, a registered charity and clinic working to take in orphaned and injured animals in Afghanistan and provide them with the care and life-saving treatments they need. Topics Include:- Charlotte’s beginnings in animal welfare- Present day Kabul- What the future holds for the rescue and Kabul’s society- Flying animals overseas- Caring for working dogs used by the Taliban- Renovating the facilities for improving the animal’s lives- The hardships and requirements for relocating animals- Typical cases the rescue works with- Helping dogs no matter who the owner is- Passion fatigue- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.facebook.com/kabulsmallanimalrescue/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
50 Years Fighting Cruelty: Dorchester Paws Our guest today is Danielle Zuck, Development and Marketing Director at Dorchester Paws, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of animals in Dorchester County, South Carolina. She joins us to reflect on the evolution of animal welfare over the decades, as well as the steps they are taking forward to better their community and help more animals.Dorchester Paws is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization approaching its 50th anniversary, that strives to instill humane principles into society through the prevention of cruelty to animals by championing responsible pet ownership, ending unnecessary euthanasia, and ending over pet population.Topics Include:- The beginnings and history of Dorchester Paws- The evolution of animal welfare since the pandemic- The struggles the shelter faces- Social media marketing- The importance of location and foot traffic- Plans for the coming years- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://dorchesterpaws.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Rescue Flourish: Amy Peterson Today, we have a very special episode, with Amy Peterson. Senior Fundraising Consultant at CUDDLY, and Bridget and Sydney’s good friend.In this episode, Amy shares her experience in animal rescue and fundraising, while also giving her views on programs like the FFA. She also talks about her background, the lesson’s she’s learned, and how CUDDLY has changed her life. CUDDLY's mission is to help save as many animals globally through community, innovation, and creativity. As a for-good startup, we believe animals often "rescue" us.Resources Mentioned:https://www.ffa.org/https://www.humanesociety.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
In Our Hands: The Happy Pet Project It can be hard work to remain committed to saving animals because it can be really sad, stressful, and unpredictable. The truth is, we can’t save animals if we don’t take care of each other first.Malory Skaugen, Co-Founder and working board member of The Happy Pet Project, joins us for the second time to talk about compassion fatigue, the importance of communication and transparency, work-life balance, and keeping people at the forefront to keep saving animals.The Happy Pet Project’s mission is to partner with local municipal shelters to end the overpopulation of companion animals in texas through rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption while educating people about responsible pet ownership, animal advocacy, and topics related to animal welfare.Topics Include:- Structure as a means to fight burnout- The importance of standard operating procedures in an organization- Fighting the Founder’s Syndrome- Speaking to people from the values and mission of an organization- The Texas Good Deeds Project- The hardships of adopting pets in Texas- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.thehappypetproject.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Survive and Thrive: Baby Kitten Rescue There is a group of people who dedicate themselves to caring for neonatal and special care baby kittens; the ones shelters cannot hold overnight and the ones other rescues don't want because their care is too extensive or expensive. Caroline Grace, Founder and Director of Baby Kitten Rescue, is one of these people, and today, she will be sharing her motivations behind starting the rescue, her experiences, and her advice on how to care for these animals, usually underserved and at high risk of euthanasia.Baby Kitten Rescue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit animal rescue based in Los Angeles, CA, and together with their team of fosters, they are committed to doing whatever it takes to help kittens survive and thrive.Topics Include:- The inspiration behind Baby Kitten Rescue- The risks of taking neonatal, orphan kittens to no-kill shelters- Supporting and training fosters- What should you do if you find a baby kitten on the road- Spaying, neutering, and TNR- Caring for a neonatal kitten- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.babykittenrescue.com/http://www.kittenlady.org/https://www.instagram.com/centralflfosters/?hl=enCUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Must Love Dogs: Shadow Husky Rescue Elizabeth & Tim McVicker, presidents of Shadow Husky Rescue, join us today to talk about their experiences, their knowledge about the breed, and how they were brought together by their passion for huskies, which paved the way for the rescue.Shadow Husky Rescue’s mission is to rescue huskies that are displaced, unwanted, abused, lost, abandoned, or scheduled for euthanasia and provide them with a second chance at life by finding them permanent homes.Topics Include:- Elizabeth and Tim’s love story- The main reasons why people surrender huskies- What the adoption process looks like- Adopting large breeds in small size homes- Helping medical case huskies- The ups and downs of starting the rescue- Breed-specific rescues- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.shadowhuskyrescue.com/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Feeding The Way To Change: Fundación Perros Sin Nombre The streets of Honduras are filled with anonymous dogs waiting for someone to notice them and find out their names. Diana Gutierrez has made this her mission.Diana is the founder and president of Fundación Perros Sin Nombre. She joins us today to talk about how she started from the simple, yet powerful idea of tackling the starvation issue with animal food dispensaries, to starting the foundation, and traveling while educating communities about vaccination and sterilization, and offering medical help to those in the most critical conditions.Fundación Perros Sin Nombre is a 501 c (3) foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life of street animals through the implementation of comprehensive population control programs, nutrition, adoption, and social responsibility. Topics Include:- How Fundación Perros Sin Nombre started- Educating the community about rescues- The difficulties of running the foundation in Honduras- Remotely managing the foundation and her team- The process of setting up and maintaining the food dispensaries- Their particular process of naming the dogs- The importance of family support- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://perrossinnombre.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Training Starts with You: Real Good Rescue There is a belief that dogs are the ones in need of behavioral training. The truth is, it is for them just as much as it is for us. And this is fundamental.Terah Gisolo joins us today to talk about how training really works, by sharing with us her two decades of experience in animal welfare doing everything from fostering and networking, to shelter work and building and running her own rescue in California, Texas, and New York.Terah is the Founder and Executive Director of Real Good Rescue, a 501(c)3 nonprofit all about the dogs, dedicated to educating and providing awareness to end the abuse of dogs; to ensure all dogs live in a loving home rather than in a shelter or on the streets.Topics Include:- The beginnings of Real Good Rescue- Fostering and its true purpose- Training and boarding- Real Good’s process for adopting out- The importance of trial periods- How to choose the right trainer and the importance of knowing the dog- Behavioral changes and the need for time to decompress- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.realgood.dog/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Rescue Runway: Waldo's Rescue Pen How do the fashion industry and rescue relate to each other? Be ready to find out!Today we are joined by Emily Dyson, President and Founder of Waldo’s Rescue Pen, and her Director of Operations, Jennifer Nevin, to discuss best practices, adoption, social marketing, and cultivating long-term supporters while having started their journey just a few years ago. Waldo’s Rescue Pen is a 501 c (3) non-profit foster-based rescue in New York, that rescues animals from high kill shelters and needy situations.Topics Include:- How Waldo’s Rescue Pen started- The importance of social media and marketing- Adopting big dogs in small space cities- Helping remove the stigma from big dogs- Separation anxiety and tips to work around it- The importance of training for big dogs' adoptability - Communicating with applicants and adopters and its benefits- Out of state adoptions- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.waldosrescue.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Unwritten Rules of Rescue: SAFE Rescue Team Today we are joined by Markelle Pineda, founder, and president of SAFE Rescue Team. A California-based, volunteer-powered non-profit dedicated to rescuing homeless, neglected, and abandoned animals from certain euthanasia and finding them loving forever homes.At SAFE, they work very hard to educate communities about responsible pet parenting so that everyone has the tools to give their animals the very best.Topics Include- SAFE Rescue Team’s beginnings- The unwritten rules of rescue- The importance of mentoring newcomers- Adopting out special needs animals- Saving animals from euthanasia- Aggressive deemed dogs and the environment- The importance of volunteers in shelters- Bidding wars when adopting in shelters- The truth and nuances about dog board training- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://saferescueteam.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Seeing is Believing: Rafiki’s Rescue What is it like caring for special needs, neonatal, or abused animals? What would you do if you found a soul with a rare condition and didn’t know who to ask for help? How could social media help with this?Today, Co-Founder Megan Mannarelli-Martin joins us to talk about Rafiki’s Rescue, an Orange County, 501(c)3 non-profit, that works to rehabilitate, foster, and place animals into loving, forever homes.Megan and her team have dedicated their lives to caring for the most broken, vulnerable, and overlooked, yet deserving animals of all kinds and species.Topics Include- Rafiki’s Rescue beginnings- Taking care and adopting special needs animals- Adoptability during Covid- Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)- Interconnections between rescues- Newer generations involved in rescue- The value of content and marketing for adoption and donations- The value of social media for diagnosing rare cases- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.rafikisrescue.com/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
A World Away: Rescuers Without Borders There is an animal nation, and that is a nation that has no borders, for every animal life counts.Crystal Carson, co-founder and executive director of Rescuers Without Borders, joins us today to share the amazing story behind her rescue, the desperate situation in Turkey that inspired her, and what she’s learned along the way by helping over 850 dogs.Rescuers Without Borders, Inc is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization that strives to make a difference in the lives of animals not just here in the United States, but the world.Topics Include:- How Rescuers Without Borders was born- The struggles of creating an international Rescue- How Crystal met Gökçe- Anatolian shepherds in Turkey- Stray dogs in Turkey and in the United States- Emre’s Garden and the Yamac Houses story- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://rescuerswithoutborders.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Building Expert Knowledge: Hounds in Pounds Thousands of adoptable dogs are killed in the United States. Many of the dogs rescued by Hounds in Pounds are cases that no one else will take. Cat Suzuki, Director and Founder of Hounds in Pounds, joins us today to talk about the animal welfare situation within Georgia and New Jersey and what we can do about it.HIP has a multi-faceted approach to achieving our mission, combining rescue, adoption, spay/neuter outreach and public education. Dogs rescued by Hounds in Pounds are transported to private veterinarians for proper medical treatment, where they are vetted, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and tested for heartworm before being placed into new, loving homes.  Topics Include:- Hounds in Pounds' origin story- Crate training- Unfair expectations for adoptable dogs- And other topics...Resources Mentioned:http://www.houndsinpounds.comCUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3LGZKkWWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Episode 27: Three Dogs' Journeys - Ryder, Carmel, and Shelby We have been going to our local animal shelter and working with their dogs for a while now! So, we wanted to share stories of three dogs that we got to work with: Ryder, Carmel, and Shelby. You will hear how the Constructional Approach helped them learn desirable behaviors to ask for and receive our interaction and affection, which is critical for finding their forever homes!Watch the first session with Carmel*We will soon be publishing Carmal's follow-up video and Ryder's video on CAAWT YouTube Channel!Below are the links we mentioned during the episode:❤️Constructional Affection group class. A 4-week group class starting on 4/16! Learn more and register:https://www.caawt.com/constructional-affection🌼 CAAWT conference 2022! Learn more and register! https://www.caawt.com/2022-conference🐶 Join us at the CAAWT Membership!https://www.caawt.com/caawt-membership*You can do a trial of the CAAWT Membership for 14 days for only $1!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CAAWT)
Fighting for the Forgotten: No Baby Blisters Today we are joined by Dr. Aaron Tabor, Founder and President of No Baby Blisters, to discuss his efforts to help children, grandparents, and pets from around the world, his inspiration behind his organization, the negative effects of social censorship, and creating awareness for real change.No Baby Blisters is a recognized IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, based in North Carolina with a dual mission to save injured animals and children with crippling diseases on a global scale.Topics Include:- The beginnings of No Baby Blister- Moving towards helping animals- Skin diseases and self-image- Social media censorship- Providing help overseas- Research and cures development- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://nobabyblisters.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
32 Million Forgotten Strays: United Animal Rescue Brazil has the second-largest stray population in the world. The country’s socio-economic and political factors have made addressing the stray problem a challenge.Tatiana Brunette, Founder of United Animal Rescue, joins us today to talk about the animal welfare situation in Brazil and what we can do about it.United Animal Rescue is a group of animal protectors and volunteers from all around the world united by one mission; saving animals in Brazil and fixing the broken system there to protect those in need.Topics Include:- United Animal Rescue's origin story- The animal welfare situation in Brazil- UAR’s long-term goals- How helping animals helps humans- How Tatiana and her organization have evolved over time - Risks in animal welfare- And other topics...Resources Mentioned:http://www.unitedanimalrescue.cominfo@unitedanimalrescue.comCUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3tSd2UcWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Grow or Get Out: Their Lives Matter Approximately 6.3 million pets end up in shelters each year in the United States. Grace Kay, Founder and President of Their Lives Matter, joins us today to discuss how Their Lives Matter is helping to tackle the problem. Their Lives Matter is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted animals through adoption and fostering, and reducing overpopulation through spay and neuter programs.Topics Include:- How Grace got into animal welfare- The therapeutic benefits of animals- Dealing with social media critics- Rescue during the pandemic- Compassion when dealing with owner surrenders- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://theirlivesmatter.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3LLRPUaWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Trust & Grit: John Hussey, CEO of CUDDLY In celebration of our 100th episode, From Tip to Tail is featuring a very special guest – CUDDLY’s own CEO, John Hussey.What started as an idea and a desire to support the animal rescue community has blossomed into CUDDLY, the only crowdfunding platform designed specifically for animal welfare organizations worldwide.CUDDLY proudly supports hundreds of rescues and is making a difference in the lives of animals and pet owners around the world. John joins us today to discuss CUDDLY’s development and plans for the future.Topics Include:- John Hussey's background- CUDDLY’s origin story- The inspiration for From Tip to Tail- John's number one tip for rescues- How COVID changed animal rescue- CUDDLY's new initiatives and future plans- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3GvIf3SWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Episode 26: Interview with Dr. Susan Friedman (Part 2 of 2) In part 2 of our interview with Dr. Susan Friedman, we have a thought-provoking discussion about the contributions, similarities, and differences the Constructional Approach has with other approaches to training and other behavior analytic approaches. Please enjoy as we explore this approach from its philosophic implication to its influence on real-world procedures!Below are the links we mentioned during the episode:🌼 CAAWT conference 2022! Save the date on July 25th to 30th! https://www.caawt.com/2022-conference🌱 Enhancing Efficiency - Measurement, Data Collection, and Beyond!https://www.caawt.com/measurement-data-collection-and-beyond *When we open the registration for the Constructional Affection group class, we will put the link below! CAAWT Member premium will get 50% discount on the group class fee! 🐶 Join us at the CAAWT Membership!https://www.caawt.com/caawt-membership*You can do a trial of the CAAWT Membership for 14 days for only $1!🌟 ABAI Conference in Boston in May, 2022!https://www.abainternational.org/events/annual-2022.aspxSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/CAAWT)
Giant Paw Passion: Tiny N Tall Rescue Inc. Niccalina Santilli, co-founder of Tiny N Tall rescue, joins us today to discuss how rescue differs for small and giant dog breeds, the importance of education, and how having a kind, non-judgemental approach to rescue has helped Tiny N Tall thrive.Tiny N Tall Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non for profit organization comprised of volunteers dedicated to providing temporary shelter, veterinary care, and behavioral support for small and giant dog breeds as they transition into selected homes.Topics Include:- The inspiration behind Tiny N Tall- Common misconceptions of large dog breeds- TNT’s foster mentor program - The large dog owner surrender problem- Training for Great Danes- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.tinyntallrescue.com/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Serving the Appalachian Community: River Road Rabbit Rescue Rabbits are the third most popular pet in the US, but few understand their emotional needs and how to care for them.Suzanne Greif, director of River Road Rabbit Rescue, joins us today to discuss how to best care for these animals and what you need to know before adopting one.River Road Rabbit Rescue is a nonprofit organization in Ohio that strives to rescue rabbits in need while also serving and educating their community.Topics Include:- RRRR's origin story- Rabbits as emotional support animals- Suzanne's learning journey with this special animal- Reality checking rabbit expenditures- What you need to know before adopting a rabbit- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.facebook.com/riverroadrabbitrescue/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/35NahLtWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
From Music to Mutts: Pups Without Borders Running an animal rescue efficiently is not easy. Responding to thousands of adoption applications, catering to the needs of different demographics, and making sure animals are healthy and happy are just a few of the many challenges rescues face.Eve Bañuelos, president and founder of Pups Without Borders, joins us today to discuss the mindset her team has cultivated that empowers them to make big things happen.Pups Without Borders is a 501c3 animal rescue that specializes in rescuing pregnant dogs, nursing litters, and sick or injured puppies.Topics Include:- The origin story of Pups Without Borders.- PWB's adoption process.- Combining old-school knowledge with modern practices.- Heartwarming success stories from 2021.- Rescue crushes.- And other topics... Resources Mentioned:https://pupswithoutborders.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3qYjR59Want to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Choosing to Try: Paws for a Cause Cat Rescue Taking animals off the street and trying to save lives isn’t always a priority in rural areas of the United States. Seeing so many homeless cats in her area pushed Angela to do something about it.Angela Clay, executive director of Paws for a Cause Cat Rescue, joins us today to share her experience and lessons learned from the field.Paws for a Cause Cat Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue that helps kittens and cats find new homes after they are fully vetted and fixed.Topics Include:- Paws For A Cause origin story- A day in the life of an animal rescuer- COVID’s impact on “trap, neuter and release” operations- The Nativity story- Grounding decisions in practicality, rather than emotion- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I7yKsKhttps://www.pawsforacausecatrescue.com/Want to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Episode 25: Interview with Dr. Susan Friedman (Part 1 of 2) Happy New Year, everyone! We are kicking off our first episode of 2022 with an interview with Dr. Susan Friedman! In this first part of two episodes, Dr. Friedman describes her passion for behavior analysis, the contingencies that motivate people to continue learning and growing in this field, and the importance of adopting this animal training philosophy. Please enjoy this amazing interview with one of the pioneers of applications of Applied Behavior Analysis! Below are the links we mentioned during the episode:📚 CAAWT Book Club - We will be reading the book, Nonlinear Contingency Analysis: Going Beyond Cognition and Behavior in Clinical Practice, by Dr. T.V. Joe Layng, Dr. Paul Thomas Andronis, R Trent Codd III, Awab Abdel-Jalil! We hope to see you there!https://www.caawt.com/caawt-book-club 🌼 CAAWT conference 2022! Save the date on July 25th to 30th! https://www.caawt.com/2022-conference🐶 Join us at the CAAWT Membership!https://www.caawt.com/caawt-membership*You can do a trial of the CAAWT Membership for 14 days for only $1!🌟 ABAI Conference in Boston in May 2022!https://www.abainternational.org/events/annual-2022.aspx Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CAAWT)
The Arc of Disaster: Florida Urgent Rescue Every year natural disasters impact human and animal lives around the globe. Although they are inevitable, how we respond can make all the difference.Mike Merrill, founder and executive director of Florida Urgent Rescue, joins us today to share his rescue and disaster relief experience. Mike discusses how to properly prepare for natural disasters, especially as a pet owner.Topics Include:- Mike's battle against a local shelter's negligent management.- Operations during Hurricane Harvey.- Preparing for a disaster as a pet owner.- The lingering effects of natural disasters on rescues.- How disasters can help raise animal welfare awareness.- And other topics...Resources Mentioned:https://www.floridaurgentrescue.com/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3f4246YWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Not All Strays Are Homeless: Lost Dogs Illinois Losing a pet is the worst nightmare for every pet owner. Reconnecting these lost animals with their owners is not an easy task, especially if the animal is not microchipped.Susan Taney, Director of Lost Dogs Illinois, joins us today to discuss the evolution of animal welfare and the importance of microchipping our pets.Lost Dogs Illinois is a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower owners with the resources to locate their lost pets and provide the education their communities need to keep animals safe.Topics Include: - Susan's journey in animal rescue.- The evolution of animal welfare.- Tackling myths surrounding animals.- The power of community to find lost dogs.- Suspending judgment of pet owners until we know their backstory.- Information about microchipping.- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3sYdyRChttps://lostdogsillinois.org/Want to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
How Cats Made America: Feline Lifeline Homeless cats living outside are subject to many risks including viral diseases, traffic, and predators. Ralph Carbone decided he wanted to give these at-risk animals a second chance.Ralph Carbone, Director of Feline Lifeline, joins us today to share his decades of experience and to communicate how important felines are to our society.Feline Lifeline's mission is to give homeless cats a chance – not after they are taken to a public animal shelter, but while they are still living on the streets.Topics Include:- The philosophy of Feline lifeline.- The ideal way to trap, neuter, and release.- Interacting with stray cats- Animal welfare in South Carolina.- How cats made the USA possible.- What cats can teach us about consent- Challenges Feline Lifeline faced during COVID.- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://www.felinelifelinesc.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3dZDljZWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
33 talk with an ethicist - part 2 In this podcast Maya talks with the dutch Professor Franck Meijboom.
"Franck L.B. Meijboom studied theology and ethics at the Universities of Utrecht (NL) and Aberdeen (UK). As Associate Professor he is affiliated to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Utrecht University, the Ethics Institute of Utrecht University (Faculty of Humanities) and the Adaptation Physiology group (ADP) of Wageningen University. Additionally he is Head of the Centre for Sustainable Animal Stewardship (CenSAS). At the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine he is a member of the Departmental Board (Population Health Sciences, manager research) and member of the Research Council." [Copied 12_2021, available under https://www.uu.nl/medewerkers/FLBMeijboom/CV]
In the first part of the podcast we talk about Franck´s background, the role ethics plays in veterinary medicine and his impact on policy making. In the second part of the podcast we discuss the Centre for Sustainable Animal Stewardship, lab animals, fish and farming ethics.

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Stories Funding Rescue: A Pathway to Hope In today’s fast-paced world, our attention spans are shorter than ever. Trying to compete in the marketplace of attention is daunting, leaving many rescues feeling unheard.Amy Hofer, Founder and President of A Pathway to Hope, joins us today to discuss the critical role narrative writing plays in the success of their fundraisers.A Pathway to Hope is a rescue dedicated to the rehabilitation and adoption of abandoned dogs and cats with a focus on special needs cases.Topics include:- The transformation of A Pathway to Hope- Making tight budgets work- Tips for telling a compelling story- What changed during COVID- Cole's story- And other topicsResources Mentioned:http://www.apathwaytohope.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3DTsUZNWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Episode 24: CAAWT's Vision for 2022! 2021 is almost ending, and 2022 is at the corner! We are sure that you are starting to set goals and things you want to do in 2022! In this episode, we reflected on the goals we set for 2021, what we did to achieve our goals, and we also talked about our goals for 2022! We are looking forward to continuing learning and exploring the Constructional Approach and meeting our goals together in 2022! Thank you for listening to the CAAWT podcast for two years!  We wish you happy holidays and hope you all have an amazing new year with your lovely animal companions!Below are the links we mentioned during the episode:🌼 CAAWT conference 2022! Save the date from July 25th to 30th!:https://www.caawt.com/2022-conference🐶 Register and learn more about the CAAWT Membership: https://www.caawt.com/caawt-membership*You can do a trial of the CAAWT Membership for 14 days for only $1!🌱 Lili Chin's beautiful notes and illustration on what she learned in our Introduction to the Science of Behavior (Part 1) group class:https://www.doggiedrawings.net/post/b-f-x-under-cSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/CAAWT)
Code Red List: Dallas DogRRR Stray overpopulation in Texas is a huge challenge. Looking at the state of animal welfare in Texas, Patti Dawson and her team knew they had to do something. Dallas DogRRR supplies food, shelter, rehabilitation, and medical care for animals in need. Their mission remains focused on saving those facing the greatest odds.Patti Dawson, President of Dallas DogRRR, joins us today to discuss the challenges rescues face in Texas and how they are tackling them.Topics Include:- Collaborations with different rescues- How Hurricane Harvey transformed Dallas DogRRR- The amazing story of Perkins- Understanding the emotional state of dogs during COVID- The importance of transparency in rescue- And other topics...Resources Mentioned:CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3lVChlxWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Do More with Us: Samantha Marmion of CUDDLY Worrying about finances makes the difficult work of animal rescue even more challenging. As tragic as it is, saving a life or not saving a life often comes down to dollars.CUDDLY was founded to help put money in the hands of rescues and shelters. CUDDLY is the only crowdfunding platform built specifically for animal welfare organizations worldwide.Samantha Marmion, director of shelter engagement at CUDDLY, joins us today to talk about how CUDDLY is helping animal welfare organizations thrive.Topics Include:- How CUDDLY connects rescues to donors- The team behind CUDDLY- The demographics of pet ownership- The number one thing that makes a fundraiser successful- How animal lovers can help save lives- And other topics...Resources Mentioned: https://cuddly.com/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3rUsJuDWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Animal Crimes in COVID: Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc Animal shelters have a lot on their plate, which forces them to abandon cases with less probability of success. This is where Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge Inc. (RBARI) comes in. They are a no-kill animal shelter that beliefs in giving animals a second chance.Megan Brinster, executive director of Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge Inc., joins us today to discuss how RBAR( is making a difference.Topics Include:- RBAR's origin story.- Adoptions during COVID.- Community-based animal welfare.- Keys to becoming a successful rescue.- Transparency on social media.- Dealing with negativity on social media.- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://rbari.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3IgipTwWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
32 Talk with an ethicist - part 1 In this podcast Maya talks with the dutch Professor Franck Meijboom.
"Franck L.B. Meijboom studied theology and ethics at the Universities of Utrecht (NL) and Aberdeen (UK). As Associate Professor he is affiliated to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Utrecht University, the Ethics Institute of Utrecht University (Faculty of Humanities) and the Adaptation Physiology group (ADP) of Wageningen University. Additionally he is Head of the Centre for Sustainable Animal Stewardship (CenSAS). At the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine he is a member of the Departmental Board (Population Health Sciences, manager research) and member of the Research Council." [Copied 12_2021, available under https://www.uu.nl/medewerkers/FLBMeijboom/CV]
In the first part of the podcast we talk about Franck´s background, the role ethics plays in veterinary medicine and his impact on policy making. In the second part of the podcast we discuss the Centre for Sustainable Animal Stewardship, lab animals, fish and farming ethics.

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Smoke Screen Science: Humane Research Australia Animal testing is rampant in the US and abroad, particularly in universities and pharmaceutical companies. Animal testers claim their methods are necessary to keep the public safe, but is this true in our modern age?Rachel Smith, CEO of Humane Research Australia, doesn’t think so. In fact, Rachel believes non-animal methodologies produce better outcomes for humans.In today’s episode, Rachel pulls back the curtain on the animal testing industry and shares how we can take action to stop it. Topics Include:Animal testing in educational institutionsThe efficacy of animal testing for pharmaceuticalsHow testers use animals as ransom to silence animal welfare groupsWhy humans lose when animals are used for researchHow the Netherlands and EU are phasing out animal testingAnd other topics...Resources Mentioned:https://www.humaneresearch.org.au/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3xX7l9iWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Episode 23: Interview with Stuart Hoffman The Constructional Questionnaire (Goldiamond, 1974) is a powerful tool that can help guide our consulting and help achieve our client's meaningful goals that will sustain themselves easily in our absence. In this episode, Stuart Hoffman shares his learning journey of understanding the Constructional Approach, his first experience using the questionnaire, and its impact on the dog and their family. We hope you enjoy this wonderful interview!Below are the links we mentioned during the episode:🐶 Register and learn more about the CAAWT Membership: https://www.caawt.com/caawt-membership*You can do a trial of the CAAWT Membership for 14 days for only $1!🌱 Israel Goldiamond's 1974 Constructional Paper - Toward a Constructional Approach to Social Problems: Ethical and Constitutional issues Raised by Applied Behavior AnalysisThe section that we specifically mentioned during the podcast is from pages 121 to 122, where Dr. Goldiamond compared Constructional and Pathological approaches.You can download the paper from the link below: https://link.springer.com/article/10.5210/bsi.v11i2.92 If you have any questions, please let us know😊Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CAAWT)
Unpacking Authenticity: All Pet Voices Standing out in the age of social media isn’t easy. It takes commitment and consistent follow-through to build and serve an audience.Chloe DiVita and Jessica Shipman, co-founders of All Pet Voices, know how to leverage content to grow their influence.In today’s episode, Chloe and Jessica share tips for getting seen online. They discuss working with influencers, growing their own businesses, and why authenticity wins in today's media landscape.Topics Include:Simple tips for better SEOEngaging your audience without sacrificing authenticityLeveraging Instagram to grow your audienceFree Google tools for nonprofitsCUDDLY’s partnership with All Pet VoicesAnd other topics...Resources Mentioned:All Pet Voices Website: https://www.allpetvoices.com/Noodle Pug on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jongrazEmily Hall of KittyCatGO: https://kittycatgo.comCUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3wF7SvUWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Hidden Hollywood Magic: Animal Tracks Inc. The exotic pet trade is still a serious problem in the United States, particularly in LA where wealth and superstar status is used to purchase animals illegally.While having a monkey in your house may seem cool, the reality is typically quite different.When owners become overwhelmed or animals get injured, they have nowhere to turn given the animal's illegal status.That’s why Animal Tracks Inc. was founded in 2008. Animal Tracks is a hands-on sanctuary for exotic animals in the greater LA area. Brittany James joins us today to discuss the exotic animal trade in LA and to provide an insider's view of Animal Tracks Inc.Topics Include:The origin story of Animal TracksThe exotic animal trade in LALiving with monkeys, wolves, kangaroos, and other animalsWhy Animal Tracks needs your support to relocate their facilityThe special bonds that humans can form with animalsAnd other topics…Resources Mentioned:CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3Cf4NngWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Be Like a Pit Bull: Fiona Animal Refuge Of Hidalgo How animals are treated can vary widely from culture to culture.When Dottie Cross discovered the desperate need for animal welfare reform in Hidalgo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico she could not turn a blind eye.Nearly a decade later, Dottie and her team have transformed the relationship between animals and the community in Hidalgo. In this episode, Dottie shares how she has been able to raise funds, build a shelter, and work with a network of volunteers to save thousands of animals in Hidalgo and surrounding areas. Topics Include:The persistence required to raise money as a nonprofit.Dottie's best tips for raising money and receiving grants. Working with communities and nurturing relationships.How CUDDLY helps hundreds of organizations like Dottie's meet their rescue goals.Receiving animals with love, whether they are likely to live or die.And other topics...Resources Mentioned:https://potreropups.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3pLagQqWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Omari McQueen ARZone Vegfest UK Interview In this interview we were joined by budding business sensation, Omari McQueen. 

Omari, who is already an award winning chef, has always had a passion for cooking, and started his own You Tube channel called “The Mari Maker Show”, as well as his own vegan business, Dipalicious, all by the age of ten! Omari’s dips are not only delicious, he makes them all himself, before sharing them with the
Farrah Rainfly ARZone Vegfest UK Interview In this interview we were delighted to welcome Farrah Rainfly back to ARZone. 

Farrah is one of the founding directors of Life after Hummus Community Benefit Society, a BME-Led London-based social enterprise who are on a mission to pioneer nutrition and lifestyle intervention solutions for a changing health and care landscape to improve the physical and mental health of the public and reduce
Jeremy Hess ARZone Vegfest UK Interview In this interview we were pleased to welcome back to ARZone, Jeremy Hess. 

Jeremy is a rights-based advocate, who creates content for social media to inspire us to respect other animals and to be thoughtful about our advocacy.

He volunteers at FRIEND Farm Animal Sanctuary, writes for the Vegan Publishers Facebook page, mentors new vegans, and runs Vegan Interactions which is designed to help us
Phoebe Frampton ARZone Vegfest UK Interview In this interview we were pleased to welcome Phoebe Frampton to ARZone. 

Phoebe is a vegan activist and artist and has been organising various activism events and campaigns within the vegan movement for 7 years. She and her sister together founded activism groups ‘London Vegan Actions’ and then ‘The Earthlings Experience’ which became a new form of activism, with events taking place in more than
Casey Taft ARZone Vegfest UK Interview In this interview we were very happy to welcome back to ARZone, Dr. Casey Taft. 

Casey is co-owner of Vegan Publishers and Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. He’s an internationally recognised psychologist and clinical researcher, winning prestigious awards for his work. He has published over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and scientific reports, and has
Trev Weeden & Kristy Alger ARZone Interview In this interview we were very pleased to welcome our special guests, Trev Weeden and Kristy Alger. 

Trev has been an active member in the animal movement since becoming vegan in 2016. Co-organiser for the March to Close All Slaughterhouses since 2017, and co-organiser for both the World Day for the End of Speciesism march in 2017 and the Dominion March in 2018, he also helped organise Be Fair
Trent Grassian ARZone Vegfest UK Interview In this new series of ARZone interviews, working with Vegfest UK we were very excited to begin the series with our special guest, Trent Grassian. 



Trent is a full-time researcher who has spent over a decade working in the fields of  anti-racism, LGBTQIA+ liberation, disability rights, and animal advocacy. He recently completed a PhD in Social Policy examining vegan, vegetarian, and even
ARZone Vegfest London 2018 Series FARRAH RAINFLY In this interview we welcomed our special guest, Farrah Rainfly. 

Farrah is a Food for Life instructor with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and the founding director of Social Enterprise Lifeafterhummus., a London-based  BME led Community Benefit Society who are on a mission to pioneer nutrition and lifestyle intervention solutions for a changing health and care landscape to
ARZone Vegfest London 2018 Series ~ GEERTRUI CAZAUX In this interview we were very pleased to welcome our special guest, Geertrui Cazaux



Geertrui (Trudi) graduated in criminology and environmental sciences . As a research assistant, she explored the sociology of human, animal relations, and has a (PhD in anthropocentrism and speciesism in contemporary criminology). Geertrui edited the book 'Mensen en Andere Dieren' (Humans and Other Animals)
ARZone Vegfest UK London 2018 Series ~ Jeremy Hess In this interview we were pleased to welcome our special guest, Jeremy Hess. 

Jeremy uses his street interviews and free resources, to demonstrate  how behavioural psychology can help us to communicate effectively with people who aren’t yet vegan.

He develops content for the Vegan Publishers Facebook page, is a vegan mentor, and runs the Vegan Interactions Facebook group designed to share
ARZone Vegfest London 2018 Series ~ Clare Mann In this interview Roger and I were pleased to welcome Clare Mann as our special guest. 

Clare is an Australian based vegan psychologist, communications trainer and animal advocate. She consults with people around the world to help address the personal and social challenges of living vegan in a non-vegan world, and has recently released a book called Vystopia: The anguish of being vegan in a non
ARZone Vegfest UK London 2018 Series ~ Dan Kidby & Massimo Viggiani In this interview we were pleased to be joined two special guests, Dan Kidby and Massimo Viggiani. 

Dan is a campaigner, social movement researcher, trainer and animal lover. He is a co-founder of Animal Think Tank, a collective which seeks to develop and share knowledge about how to build an inclusive and strategic mass movement for animal liberation. He was a deckhand during Operation Nemesis,
ARZone Vegfest UK London 2018 Series ~ Carol Adams In this interview, the first in our new series for Vegfest UK’s London event this year, we were very excited to welcome our good friend, Carol J Adams. 



Carol is the author of many books, most famously, The Sexual Politics of Meat, now in a 25th anniversary edition, Burger, part of the Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons Series, and the recently released Protest Kitchen: Fight Injustice, Save the
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 16 ~ Michelle Carrera In today’s interview we welcome our special guest, Michelle Carrera. 

Michelle is a professional translator, writer, and founding director of the vegan non-profit Chilis on Wheels, which is an organisation that helps to provide people in need with warm vegan meals via chapters across the US and in Puerto Rico.

Michelle has worked with a wide range of animal advocacy organisations, and has also
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 15 ~ Rayven Whitaker In this interview, we are joined by our very special guest, Rayven Whittaker.

Rayven is a 9th grade Home-Schooled Student, who chose to go vegan in 2017 after attending her second Triangle VegFest. She has been the co-host and co-producer of numerous Podcasts (dating back to 2012). 

She is looking forward to the continuing pursuits of her interests in (Music, Dance, Film, Photography, Writing,
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 14 ~ Carol J. Adams In this interview we were thrilled to welcome our special guest, Carol J. Adams. 

Carol is the author of more than 20 books, including the ground breaking The Sexual Politics of Meat now in a 25th anniversary edition. Burger, just released in Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons Series and the forthcoming Protest Kitchen: Fight Injustice, Save the Planet, and Fuel Your Resistance One Meal at a Time. She
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 13 ~ Harley McDonald Eckersall In this interview we were very excited to welcome our special guest, Harley McDonald-Eckersall. 

Harley is one of the directors and founding members of an exciting new Australian group called Young Voices for Animals or YVA (pronounced ee-vah). 

Founded in early 2017, YVA is a group run for youth, by youth, with a vision to educate, and empower the next generation of young people working
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 12 ~ Meneka Repka In this interview, we were delighted to welcome our special guest, Meneka Repka. 

Meneka is an artist and teacher living in Calgary.  As an illustrator, and in her work, Meneka investigates the complicated relationships between humans and other animals. 

Meneka joins us today to speak about the 'cruelty free' label, cash crops, what she would like mainstream veganism to recognise in regard to
ARZone Total LIberation Interview 11 ~ Mary Lawrence In this interview we were pleased to welcome our special guest, Mary Lawrence. 

Mary is a vegan chef and wellness educator. She’s also a board member of the American Vegan Society, and a frequent speaker at vegan events in the United States.  She holds a certificate in plant based nutrition, a BA in English, and an MA in Communication. 

Through advocacy that includes cooking classes and
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 10 ~ Saryta Rodriguez In this interview we spoke with Saryta Rodriguez. 

Saryta is an author, editor, social justice advocate, and educator. Their first book, Until Every Animal is Free, was published in 2015, and they are currently working on a compilation of essays examining food justice from a variety of lenses. Saryta’s past writings have focused on food justice, veganism, race, and gentrification. 

Saryta is
ARZone Total LIberation Interview 9 ~ Rama Ganesan In this interview we spoke with Rama Ganesan. 

Rama lived in Chennai India until the age of 10 when she emigrated to the UK with her family.  She graduated from the University of Oxford, and also has a PhD from the University of Wales. She then moved to the US with her spouse, and has lived there ever since. Rama became a vegan after reading “Eating Animals” by Jonathan Safran Foer, set as
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 8 ~ Svetlana Chibireva and Laura Schlieffer on Holocaust memes. In this interview, we are joined by two very special guests, Svetlana Chibireva and Laura Schleifer. 

Svetlana is a pro intersectional vegan with an interest in looking at veganism as a political and ethical philosophy through a critical lense in order to challenge current narratives in mainstream veganism. She was born in Stalingrad, a city recovering from the atrocities of nazi occupation
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 7 ~ Kathy Divine In this interview we welcomed inspirational vegan leader, Kathy Divine, to ARZone. 

Kathy is the author of five vegan books and founder of the magazine Australian Vegans Journal. The concept of ethical vegan leadership as the solution to world peace inspires and drives her work, and she uses publishing as a way to broadcast this vision into the world. Kathy offers one-on-one coaching to
ARZone Total LIberation Interview 6 ~ Dr. Casey Taft In this interview we welcomed back Dr. Casey Taft to ARZone.
Casey is a Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University school of Medicine , and an internationally recognized researcher in the areas of trauma, family communication and violence prevention. 

Casey sees the prevention of violence toward other animals as a natural extension of his work with humans.

He’s is the co-owner of Vegan
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 5 ~ James Aspey In this interview, we welcomed my fellow Australian animal advocate, James Aspey

James has overcome some huge hurdles in his life and is a true inspiration. He conquered leukaemia, drug abuse and bulimia before becoming one of Australia’s most well-known animal advocates.

Grabbing global attention in 2015 after breaking a year long vow of silence in a powerful TV interview seen by millions,
ARZone Interview 92 ~ Stuart Chaifetz Stuart Chaifetz is an investigator who works with SHARK - Showing Animals Respect and Kindness. 

Stu - began his animal campaigning as a “sab” in England in 1990 and continued his anti-hunting work after returning to the United States.

He’s also run for Congress as a Green Party candidate and is the winner of a Sea Shepherd Conservation Society award for anti-whaling work.

Stu is also an
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 4 ~ Katrina Fox Katrina is the founder and editor of the vegan business blog VeganBusinessMedia.com, the host of Vegan Business Talk podcast and author of Vegan Ventures: Start and Grow an Ethical Business,  She’s been vegan since 1996, and has had her ideas about the interconnections between human and other animal social justice featured in numerous books and articles. Her goal is to inform and inspire as many
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 3 ~ Robert Grillo In episode 3 of our new series on Total Liberation through Radical Veganism we spoke with Robert Grillo.
Robert is an activist, author and speaker. He is the director of Free from Harm, which he founded in 2009 to expose animal agriculture’s impact on other animals, on vulnerable communities, and on the environment. 

Robert’s first book, Farm to Fable: The Fictions of Our Animal-Consuming
The Pollination Project Lisa Shapiro Awards Winners 2017 ~ Anonymous - Unparalleled Suffering Photography The activist behind Unparalleled Suffering Photography is a gifted artist who has chosen to use their significant talents to expose the diverse forms of animal exploitation and torment perpetrated and normalized by our culture. This activist, working anonymously and entirely on their own, expertly documents both the emotional terror and physical suffering that animals endure at human hands: --
The Pollination Project Lisa Shapiro Awards Winners 2017 ~ Ms. Socorro 'Sukie' Muller Sargent In the early 1990’s, at the age of 55,  Sukie, a Mexican born woman living in Texas and married to a hunter, made a life-changing choice to go vegan! She then went on to start the first animal advocacy group in El Paso along with The Vegetarian Society of El Paso.

The animal advocacy group Sukie started had their first meeting in her home in September 1992. There were eleven attendees, plus two
The Pollination Project Lisa Shapiro Awards Winners 2017 ~ Katrina Krīgere and Aivars Andersons Katrina and Aivars were selected together as one winner this year. They are the co-founders of animal advocacy group, Animal Freedom in Latvia. 

This group conducts undercover investigations, coordinates outreach and public education campaigns, lobbies government bodies to secure stronger laws for animals, participates in corporate outreach and pressure campaigns to secure meaningful animal
The Pollination Project Lisa Shapiro Awards Winners 2017 ~ Chia-Pei 'Jessi' Chang and Yu-Sheng Tai Chia-Pei and Yu-Sheng were selected together as one winner this year.



What Chia-Pei and Yu-Sheng do for the animal movement is awe-inspiring. They are the definition of activism! 



They volunteer, serve as key organizers, emcees, speakers and spokespersons. They keep their fingers on the pulse of anything new related to veganism; -- a new vegan friendly business, a new animal advocacy
The Pollination Project Lisa Shapiro Awards Winners 2017 ~ Dawa Dolker Dr. Dawa Dolker works as a full-time dentist during the day and dedicates every other spare moment of her life to other animals. Over four years ago Dawa co-founded the Dharmasala Vegan Movement (DVM) which finds homes for other animals in need and encourages people to address their consumption of animal products. 



This powerful activist has been known as the animal rescuer of her village
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 2 ~ Tim Barford In
episode 2 of our new series on Total Liberation through Radical Veganism, we
speak with Vegfest UK Founder, Tim Barford. 


Tim is the founder and manager of Vegfest UK. He has been living vegan since
1984. Tim founded Vegfest-- originally called “Bristol Vegan Fayre” in 2003,
making this year the sixteenth year Tim and Vegfest UK have been holding vegan
festivals which attract well over ten
ARZone Total Liberation Interview 1 ~ Julia Feliz Brueck In episode 1 of our new series on Total Liberation through Radical Veganism, we speak with vegan author, Julia Feliz Brueck. 

Julia is a decade long vegan, mother of two, scientist, and published author and illustrator. She is also the founder of Sanctuary Publishers, a vegan book publisher that gives back to marginalised communities with every book sold. Sales from Julia’s new guide, the Baby
ARZone Interview 91 ~ Matt Ball Responds Episode 91 features long time advocate, Matt Ball. 



Matt has been a globally recognised advocate for other animals, for vegetarian diets and for applied ethics for over two decades. He has presented at, and written for diverse forums over the past two decades. Matt has written dozens of essays, articles, editorials and book chapters, and is the co-author (with Bruce Friedrich) of The Animal
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 25 - Dr. Kim Socha Episode 25 features special guest, Dr. Kim Socha. Kim holds a Ph.D. in English and teaches writing and literature at a community college. Her publications include "Animal Liberation and Atheism” and "Women, Destruction, and the Avant-Garde". 

She is also contributing editor of "Defining Critical Animal Studies: An Intersectional Social Justice Approach for Liberation" and "Confronting Animal
ARZone Interview 90 - Dr. Casey Taft Episode 90 features Professor of Psychology, Casey Taft

Casey is a Professor of Psychiatry, an internationally recognized researcher in the areas of trauma and the family. He has published over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and scientific reports, and has consulted with the United Nations. 

Casey sees the prevention of violence toward other animals as a natural extension of his work with
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 24 - Christopher Sebastian Episode 24 features long time vegan and pro-intersectionality justice advocate, Christopher Sebastian. 

Sebastian is a long time vegan and social justice advocate. He focuses on examining the complex relationships between speciesism, racism, and queer oppression, and he organises discussions relative to exploring the intersectionality of veganism and other movements for social justice.
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 23 - Laura Schleifer Episode 23 features pro-intersectional vegan advocate, Laura Schleifer 

Laura is a pro-intersectional vegan. She is a writer, theatre artist and educator whose work has spanned the globe, from the Middle East to China and beyond. 

Laura has been working on a book for Vegan Publishers, Liberating Veganism, which deals with animal rights psychology and philosophy, and she regularly speaks about
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 22 - Julia Feliz Episode 22 features intersectional vegan activist and author, Julia
Feliz.


Julia is an intersectional vegan, an artist and the author of the first ever
vegan themed board book for babies and toddlers, Libby Finds Vegan
Sanctuary.

Julia runs The Vegan
Craftivist Project, which advocates on behalf of other animals through craft,
and recently became president of a Swiss based association,
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 21 – Harold Brown Episode 21 features farmer-turned-advocate Harold Brown.

Harold Brown, who is featured in the documentary Peaceable Kingdom, The Journey Home, spent over half of his life working in animal agriculture. Growing up on a beef farm in Michigan and later working in the dairy industry, Harold has been involved in the behind the scenes operations of food production that uses other animals. Today
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 20 – Joe Brydon Episode 20 features long-time activist Joe Brydon.

Joe Brydon has been engaged in activism of one form or another for as long as they can remember, primarily involved with disarmament and anti-war campaigns, with brief forays into anti-fracking and anti-nuclear escapades. Growing up gay in a very heterosexual world has helped Joe realise the importance of intersectionality in each of these
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 19 – Casey Taft and Jay Shooster Episode 19 features Casey Taft and Jay Shooster in a conversation about effective altruism and the animal advocacy community. Audio podcast, approx. 59 minutes.

Casey Taft, Ph. D., a Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine, is an internationally recognized researcher in the areas of trauma and the family, winning prestigious awards for his work in this area. He has
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 18 – Sarah K. Woodcock Episode 17 features Sarah K. Woodcock.

Sarah K. Woodcock is an intersectional vegan of colour living in Minnesota. We are honoured to have hosted Sarah for our inaugural podcast in this Intersectionality Interview series. She is the founder and Executive Director of TAVS - The Advocacy of Veganism Society. She joined us this time to speak about what’s happened in the United States since the
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 17 – Robert Grillo Episode 17 features the director of Free from Harm, Robert Grillo.

Robert Grillo is an activist, author and speaker. He is the director of Free from Harm, which he founded in 2009 to expose the effects of animal agriculture on other animals, vulnerable human communities and the environment. With a background in marketing communications, Robert is particularly interested in how popular
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 16 – xavi finix Episode 16 features xavi finix.

xavi finix is an autistic transgender animal rights activist squatting in Dublin. xavi joined us to speak about ableism within the animal advocacy community, and about links between veganism, anarchy, and the queer liberation movement. Audio podcast, approx. 14 mins.

For more information on the “We are Each Other” series mentioned in this interview, please see
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 15 - Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson Episode 15 features Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson.

Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson are the co-founders of Vevolution, a new vegan and conscious living festival staged in London on Saturday November 5, 2016. Judy and Damian are passionate about encouraging people to care about other animals and the environment, and believe that veganism is a social justice movement changing the world. Judy
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 14 - Laura Schleifer Episode 14 features, for a second time, artist and activist Laura Schleifer.

A pro-intersectional vegan who regularly speaks publicly about the ways in which the struggle for human liberation intersects with the movement for the liberation of other animals, Laura rejoins us to talk about the manner in which PeTA choose to advertise. Audio podcast, 23 minutes.
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 13 – Katrina Fox Episode 13 features journalist and author Katrina Fox.

Katrina Fox is the founder and editor of the vegan business blog VeganBusinessMedia.com, host of Vegan Business Talk podcast, and author of Vegan Ventures: Start and Grow an Ethical Business. She’s been vegan since 1996, and has had her ideas about the interconnections between human and other animal social justice featured in numerous
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 12 - Will Tuttle Episode 12 features Dr. Will Tuttle.

Will is the author of the bestselling book, The World Peace Diet. He has been vegan since 1980, and is a former Dharma Master in the Zen Buddhist tradition. Will, along with his partner Madeleine - a Swiss visionary artist, has been travelling full time since 1995, bringing the message of radical inclusion and peace to humans all over the planet. If he
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 11 - Tim Barford Episode 11 features VegFest’s Tim Barford.

Tim Barford is the founder and manager of Vegfest UK. Living vegan since 1984, he founded Vegfest, originally called Bristol Vegan Fayre, in 2003. Vegfest UK now hosts four vegan festivals in the UK annually, attracting more than ten thousand visitors to each event. Tim and his team are organising the UK’s first vegan pro-intersectionality conference
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 10 - Carol J. Adams Episode 10 features pioneering author Carol J. Adams.

Carol J. Adams has been one of the most inspirational leaders of the animal advocacy movement for decades. She is a writer, speaker, and activist as well as a mentor to countless animal advocates. As well as writing the groundbreaking book, The Sexual Politics of Meat, Carol has authored more than 20 other books, as well as countless articles
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 9 - Kate Stewart Episode 9 features Kate Stewart Ph. D., a sociologist at Nottingham Trent University.

Kate is the author, with Matthew Cole, of the book Our Children and Other Animals (2014) which explores the sociological importance of other animals in the lives of human children - and vice versa. Her work reveals “the interconnectedness of studies in childhood, culture, and human-animal relations.” As part
ARZone Podcast Special Episode – The Lisa Shapiro Awards This Special Episode of the ARZone Podcast features Ari Nessel, the founder and president of The Pollination Project, speaking about TPP’s 2016 Lisa Shapiro Awards.

Named in memorial of a selfless advocate, the Lisa Shapiro Awards recognise the unsung heroes of our movement who are working quietly behind the scenes creating a more just world for other animals. Nominated by their peers and
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 8 - Dawn Moncrief Episode 8 features Dawn Moncrief, a social justice advocate for more than 20 years. Dawn is the Founder & Executive Director of the non-profit organisation A Well-Fed World. She holds master’s degrees in both International Relations and Women’s Studies from George Washington University, both with a focus on economic development. Among other things, her work highlights how high levels of animal
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 7 - Laura Schleifer Episode 7 features Laura Schleifer - a writer, theater artist, and educator whose work has spanned the globe from the Middle East to Nicaragua to China and beyond.

Laura is a pro-intersectional vegan, and active in the Palestine Liberation Movement. She created the word “artivist” to describe her vocation as an artist-activist. As a Jewish American she traveled to the West Bank in Palestine,
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 6 - Brenda Sanders Episode 6 features Brenda Sanders is a food justice activist in Baltimore City who has dedicated her life to fighting for vulnerable populations.

As a community organizer, Brenda has coordinated events like The Vegan Living Program - an annual 6-week vegan education program, Eating for Life - a plant-based cooking workshop, Vegan SoulFest - a festival that celebrates culture and the vegan
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