What Are Some Slogans Related to the Plight of Endangered Animals?

Some notable slogans regarding the plight of endangered animals include “Animals are my friends and I don’t wear my friends,” and “God made trees for the birds. We made cages for them.” Most slogans engender emotions of empathy or sympathy from the public in order to encourage kinder treatment for animals. These slogans cover topics ranging from animal experimentation to eating meat, depending on which group employs them.

As of 2014, slogan examples that concern endangered animals are as follows:

“No compassion, no peace. Know compassion, know peace.”

“I don’t eat my friends.”

“Feed them, don’t eat them.”

“Eat beans, not beings."

“Stop the blindness and show some kindness.”

“There’s no excuse for animal abuse.”

“Being cruel isn’t cool.”

“Do not neglect; protect! Slowly see the affect, as the animals reconnect!”

“Adopt, rescue, love.”

“Hunting is not a sport. In a sport, both sides should know they’re in the game.”

“Animals are your neighbors on this earth. Respect them.”

“Love me, don’t eat me.”

“Stop global warming one bite at a time.”

“Humans aren’t the only species on Earth. We just act like it.”

“The question is not, ‘Can they reason?’ nor, ‘Can they talk?’ but rather, ‘Can they suffer?'"

“The fascination of shooting as a sport depends on which end of the gun you’re on.”

“Rescue is my favorite breed.”

“Don’t breed or buy while shelter animals die.”

“Cruelty is one fashion statement we can do without.”

“If you are what you eat, does that make you dead meat?”