Dear ARAN Friends & Supporters!

We've got more good news for you - ARAN's event on Sunday October 5th was a tremendous success with up to 700 people attending our huge event which was our biggest for years and possibly the biggest in the Irish animal protection movement! Many described the event as a life changing moment and an event that was peaceful and professionally organized and one that touched the right buttons for everyone involved! Our event generate fantastic and positive national television coverage with many national radio stations plugging the event nationwide.

For those that could not make it, we've got some exciting footage and pictures for you on our website, so please log onto our website right now www.ARAN.ie  and read the report, see the pictures and watch the two exciting videos and be sure to tell us know what you think and please spread the word across Europe and around the world that Ireland is serious about animal rights and devoted to ending cruelty to animals wherever it occurs. Show people what Animal Rights Action Network organized here in Ireland for the animals.

Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a huge success and more so thank you for supporting ARAN and our ongoing work to defend animal rights - this event would not have been possible if it was not for our kind and caring members and supporters who support ARAN's work with hard earned donations. Animal Rights Action Network has a strict policy of making sure all donations sent to us are used in the best possible and most effective manner we can think of.

Please make a safe and secure online donation by clicking here http://www.aran.ie/pp1.htm or you can mail a check or postal order to

Animal Rights Action Network
Ireland.

Please log onto our website www.ARAN.ie and see our report about our rally and if you like what you see, please consider sending Animal Rights Action Network a donation to help expand our work and more so to help us organize an even bigger event in 2009.

Thank you for all that you are doing to help end cruelty to animals,

Animal Rights Action Network

'Cruelty to animals must stop. FULL STOP.