I’m happy to share with you that the story of Animal Legal Defense Fund v. Woodley has been reported on with great care as a big feature story in the June issue of O, The Oprah Magazine. It’s a fantastic tribute to the huge team effort that helped secure our victory in the largest civil animal cruelty case in American history, and it tells in-depth the stories of several of the rescued dogs with their new adoptive families.
The June issue of O is now available on newsstands.
- The story is also now available on their website at: http://www.oprah.com/article/omagazine/200906-omag-abused-dogs.
- Audio slideshows of some of the adoptive families with our dogs are at: http://www.oprah.com/article/omagazine/200906-omag-abused-dogs-saved.
- And please check out the special bonus features we’ve posted on ALDF’s website, including an easy one-click action item allowing you to urge your legislators to support a tough new law designed to help stop animal hoarding. ALDF’s feature is at http://aldf.org/article.php?id=950.
All the best,
There are two important points to be made here. One is that the animal law movement is real and achieve important moral and practical goals. The other is that the achievement of those goals is now deemed news by mainstream publications, such as O, The Oprah Magazine.
Joyce Tischler and her colleagues at ALDF deserve enormous credit for this “twofer,” and for the good work, some of it unsung, they have done in all the years since this indispensable organization’s founding.