The 2013 Florida March Against Cruelty to Animals brought hundreds of Floridians together who care about animals, from Key West to Tallahassee and Tampa to Orlando, to march in the streets to raise awareness about the plight of animals in our society.
The purpose of the marches is to ask people to learn about, think about, and stop supporting cruelty to animals in all forms. Interests represented will include people opposed to animal agriculture, zoos, circuses, hunting, rodeos, puppy mills, greyhound racing, animal testing, horse racing, seaquariums, and more in addition to those who use their voices to protect sea turtles, manatees, dolphins, pelicans, dogs, cats, birds, and other Florida wildlife.
Hopefully the success of the march and media coverage of it will inspire people to evolve and others to join the soon to be formed international, grassroots, non-profit organization, March Against Cruelty (MAC)
, to organize a march in their state or country and it will become a regular event throughout the world that will raise awareness and save lives.