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Get active for fish this August

Viva! brings the plight of fish to the streets of Britain

Fish may not be cute and cuddly, but they are killed and eaten in greater numbers than any other animal. Every day we find out more about their intelligence and ability to feel pain. Yet the answer to stopping the destruction of the oceans and slaughter on an unimaginable scale is in our hands by helping people go vegan.

Viva! has joined forces with Animal Aid in August to bring the plight of fish to the streets of Britain. Saturday, August 3 is our joint Day of Action for fish – but we hope you will also join our door-drop push through the month of August, too. Simply email us for a door-dropper pack (each pack comes with our guide End of the Line absolutely free). Find out more about Viva!’s campaigns for fish.

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