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Monday, 03 July 2017 00:00

Tell Google to Celebrate World Animal Day by Creating a Google “Doodle”!

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WADlogo2colorRGBEvery year, World Animal Net supports the global World Animal Day movement. World Animal Day, celebrated on October 4, is a day for animal advocates of all kinds to come together to promote animals of all kinds. For organizations, World Animal Day provides an opportunity for you to promote your cause, raise funds, engage volunteers, and more. You can find your country’s World Animal Day ambassadors and learn more about World Animal Day on the World Animal Day website.

 This year, World Animal Day organizers are calling on Google to create a Google “Doodle” for World Animal Day. Google Doodles are artful alterations to the Google home page that recognize key days, events, or people. At World Animal Net, we hope you agree that a World Animal Day Google Doodle would help spread the word about World Animal Day!

Taking action is quick and easy. All you have to do is write a short email to Google’s Doodle team telling them why you think World Animal Day deserves its own Doodle.

Write to them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and be sure to copy in This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can read more about the initiative on the World Animal Day website

Although World Animal Day isn’t until October, it sometimes takes weeks or even months to create Doodles, so writing to Google early will have more impact. Be sure to share with your friends, fellow advocates, and members or supporters of your organization!

Jessica Bridgers

Jessica is the Executive Director at World Animal Net. Having received a B.S. in biology with minors in chemistry and anthropology from the University of New Mexico, she combines a scientific background with a passion for animal protection. She completed her M.S. in Animals and Public Policy from Tufts University and internships with Humane Society International, Animal Protection of New Mexico, and the New England Anti-Vivisection Society before arriving at World Animal Net. In her free time she volunteers with horse and wildlife rescues and makes delicious vegan food.

 

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