Fighting factory farming -- with puppies and cupcakes!

These savvy Sydney uni students know how to get the attention of caring passers-by... with gorgeous puppies and delicious cruelty-free cupcakes!

PUBLISHED ON: 8 October 2013

We know that the key to ending the cruelty of factory farming is an informed public — because the industry has only been able to operate by hiding its treatment of animals behind closed doors. And what better way to increase awareness of this problem than handing out flyers and raising funds for the Make it Possible campaign, helped by sweet cupcakes and equally sweet puppies?

Here are some inspiring young people from University of Sydney Animal Welfare Society (AWS) helping to Make it Possible. They were ably assisted by two puppies called Oddish and Togepi (who are up for adoption!):

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Cruelty-free cupcakes, flyers and smiles all round at the AWS campus bake sale.

You can help!

Want to help create a kinder world for animals? Click here to make the pledge to help end factory farming. Or you can start taking action for animals right now by clicking here to join the Animals Australia Action Network.

And if you have fallen in love with Togepi and Oddish the puppies, you can also enquire to adopt the little sweethearts through FetchingDogs.com.au!


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