Animal Advocacy

E.A.T.  Cat and Dog  Food Pantry

In 2010 Earth Ethics, Inc., received $25,000 in seed money from the Pepsi Refresh Grant Program to start a food pantry for cats and dogs along the gulf coast. The E.A.T. Cat and Dog Food Pantry Program provides assistance to families in need from having to relinquish their pets due to financial constraints. In addition, E.A.T. Cat and Dog Food Pantry Program assists those who take care of abandoned or stray cats.

Partners in this effort include, Junior Humane Society, Mobile SPCA (Alabama), Hotel for Dogs & Cats, Animal Rescue Fund (Mississippi), and Emerald Coast Animal Allies.

The program is sustained through monetary or dry food donations. To make a monetary donation, please visit the donate page of this website. If you want to donate dry food, email earthethicsaction@gmail.com or call 850.549.7472.

 

Humane Education in the Classroom

Earth Ethics will work the Escambia County School District to incorporate Humane Education into the classroom.

Humane education teaches us how to instill compassion, integrity, and respect while examining the challenges facing our planet, from human oppression/social justice issues, and animal exploitation to materialism and ecological degradation.

It enables us to find solutions to live ethically, sustainably, and peaceably with everyone: not just our friends and neighbors, but all people; not just our own dogs and cats, but all animals; not just our own homes, but also the earth itself, our ultimate home.