Hear them roar is a way to get involved and be the voice of animals everywhere. Like us have you ever given animals voices and pretended they can speak back to you? If not, it's a great, fun thing to do. Whether your dog is telling you they would like to go for a walk, or if you give the pigeon in your garden a voice. "Hi Sharon how are you today?" We can be the voices that animals need us to be, to make people aware of the impact our current lifestyles are having on their lives. Become your chosen animal and describe to us the beauty they see. Or, give us gentle words of encouragement as to how we can make small changes to help. Maybe you take flight and become a bee, how can we live side by side in perfect harmony? Chosen work will be either published on our website, in our monthly newsletter or both.
All submissions are welcome, whether it be poetry, short stories, photographs or art. We would like to build a page where people can go to learn about animals and raise awareness through art. Please be aware that all work must be your own original. For short stories please limit them to 500 words (not including title). A member of our team will be in contact with you within 5 to 7 working days of receiving your submission. Previously published work is welcomed, however we do ask you to provide the details for where and when. For further terms and conditions please click here
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Terminology; Please be aware that animals listed are categorised under general names. Terminology attached to them may refer to a specific breed of animal. To find out more in detail about each animal please click here
Exploited: Used for intensive farming methods or treated inhumanely for human pleasure
Critically endangered: A species facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild
Endangered: Considered to be facing risk of extinction
Declining: A loss of habitat or living, resulting in population numbers decreasing
Vulnerable: At an extremely high risk of becoming endangered, unless the circumstances threatening their survival improve