Free live talk ‘Could you be a cat’s favourite human person?’ on Facebook (in Estonian) — come and join!

My live talk (in Estonian) on 17 May at 5 p.m on Facebook!

Talk “Why vegan feminism” — come and join!

Let's have a discussion about vegan feminism!

Talk on the basic needs of all sentient non-human animals with a specific focus on domesticated cats, and their mental and physical wellbeing (including healing massage)

Thank you, Tallinn Nõmme Gymnasium!

Helping other human animals to see non-human animals from new perspectives: Rosina Espig (DE)

“Reconnect with yourself. Remember who you really are. Get aware of your own feelings and your impact in this world. Imagine the hard questions too. Follow your heart. Be brave enough to change the perspective and look into this world with the view of somone else. We can see the full picture only if we are able to see all the different perspectives and all the colours between black and white.”

Telliskivi Flea Market (EE), 31 August 2019 – come and say “Hello”, and let’s do some good!

I will be at the Telliskivi Flea Market (near to the Pudel Bar) from 11:00 to 16:00. You support the cats of Kelmiküla Kassijaam, a rescue shelter in Tallinn, when you buy from me.

Believing in being the change you want to see in the world: Corline aka Coco De Los Muertos (Cry Baby Tattoo Belgium; BE)

“Art is the mirror of the society that can make you think differently, showing what is not usually showed.”

Putting love and respect for the animals into drawings: Weronika Kolinska (MENIMA; PL/NL)

“Animals are unique, they have personalities. I try to draw animals as individuals and I want to show other people how I see them – beautiful, majestic beings, deserving of our respect. I have also illustrated my favorite vegan poem about the milk industry to depict some of the standard practices, like taking the calves away soon after birth, killing the calves for veal and killing the cows when they are “spent”. I’m proud to say that those illustrations reached and touched a lot of people.”

Advocating for a better world for animals, one art piece at a time: Jane Lewis (UK)

"Non-human persons can teach us to respect and to live in harmony with the planet’s natural environment, and to take from nature only what we really need. Humanity is in the final stages of polluting and destroying the environment for ego and greed. We would do well to look to other animals as examples of how to live with instead of against nature."

Making people smile: Maarika (Teacup Goblins; EE)

“I want my art to make people smile. It's not a huge goal but it might just make a small difference in someone's day. To me that's good enough.”

Pointing out social injustices and alternatives: Alex (roots of compassion; DE)

“For me being active doesn’t necessarily mean torching slaughterhouses or liberating animals, even though these methods can be absolutely appropriate. The main form of activism we engage in as a collective is education, through books, blog entries, messages on stickers, patches and T-shirts. We financially support projects that have a more direct and militant approach (e.g. the occupiers of the Hambacher Forest in Germany) and write about their actions because in our opinion different forms of activism have to go hand in hand if we want to have an impact. /…/ As a long-time activist, whom I once met at the Animal Rights Gathering, put it: “You are not the movement, you are part of the movement.” I would like to add: “Take care of others and fight for their rights, but also take care of yourself.””