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Alicia Silverstone Welcomes Fellow Vegan Actress Lea Michele On Blog

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Yesterday, vegan celebrity powerhouse Alicia Silverstone turned over her blog to another one of our favorite animal-loving actress: Lea Michele.

Michele is the star of the mega-popular television show Glee and, like Silverstone, is also a vegan who regularly speaks out about animal issues.

In the guest post, Lea writes: “My biggest trouble these days are the poor horses in Central Park. Living in New York City, I see them sadly standing on the sides of busy streets with their heads right in the asses of the horse right in front of them! They walk in the rain, snow, and heat, pulling people all day long, rarely getting proper food, water or care.”

“If you’re traveling to NYC and see these sweet creatures, give them a pet and send them some love, and hope that this will end soon.”

Wanna learn more about the issue? Check out the documentary Blinders directed by activist Donny Moss. We’re pretty sure it will convince you to never take a horse-drawn carriage ride through Central Park again!

Also, make sure to visit TheKindLife.com to check out Lea’s entire post!

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