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‘En Ruta Por Los Animales’ has activist cycling for 18-24 months

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Hate the pain of sitting on a bike for too long? Well, Antonio Moreno hates animal exploitation more than that.

The cyclist is doing an 18 to 24 month journey around Spain, all to raise awareness for animal rights. He left from Torre del Mar on January 20th, and will head up the coast towards the Pyrenees, then towards Galicia. He’s calling his mission “En Ruta Por Los Animales,” roughly translated to En Route for Animals.

Antonio is the president of the Andalucian Group Against the Mistreatment of Animals, often giving conferences and lectures about ending animal shows, animal adoption, and other matters surrounding animal use. He plans to hold discussions daily throughout his trip, at 10:30am. He’s also accepting donations, which are said to be sent to animal shelters.

Antonio’s drive is admirable, and impressive, and we hope he continues his journey by educating and helping people go vegan. You know how we feel about single issue campaigns

You can follow what’s happening on his Facebook page, but you’ll need to understand Spanish or forgive the Facebook translations as I have.

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