To those who fight for animal rights, Dobby's story is one of inspiration
Twenty years ago today, the Wizarding World saw some of the worst events unfold as good fought against evil. In that chaos many heroes were born, but many others were lost—and on the anniversary of this battle, J.K. Rowling apologizes for the death of one of these heroes.
This year is special for us at the Protego Foundation because J.K. Rowling has apologized for the death of Dobby, the free-elf.
If you’re like us here at the Protego Foundation, you’ve probably dreamed of riding the Hogwarts Express to Hogwarts and sampling some of the delicious food sold by the Trolley witch. Unfortunately, we are still waiting for our letter to Hogwarts to arrive (when is that darn thing going to get here?!), so for the time being we have come up with a recipe that will satisfy your Honeydukes-dreams while also utilizing ingredients that are kind to animals!
For our newest edition of Recipes from the Hogwarts Kitchen, we are going to share with you a super-simple, frothy-and-delicious recipe for everyone’s favorite beverage: butterbeer.
Like the last recipe, this one uses ingredients that have no animal products in them, from the cream soda to the butter. Did you know that most cream sodas are acidentally vegan? Only a couple brands aren’t, but you can easily check the labels to ensure there is no milk or honey.
3 years ago, we launched a chapter of the Harry Potter Alliance called “The Fwooper Foundation” as a way for young witches and wizards to get active for animal rights, and then to the Fantastic Beasts Foundation. Fast forward to today, and we have evolved into a fully-fledged organization: “The Protego Foundation.” Here are some of the highlights of our journey.
As members and supporters of the FBF, we know that you, like us, want to do everything possible to alleviate animal suffering. That’s why we are hoping that this year on Thanksgiving, you will join us in celebrating Thanksliving instead.
Part of celebrating Thanksliving is the conscious decision to lessen the suffering of animals that are forced to become an edible part of Thanksgiving celebrations. AKA, a lot of animals are killed or abused to make the traditional Thanksgiving meal, from turkeys that become the main course, to chickens and cows that suffer on factory farms in order for people to use their eggs and milk in side dishes.
Instead of participating in this pageant of cruelty, we can eat animal-free this holiday instead!
After launching the Erumpent Rescue campaign a month ago, we have been floored by your response to the plight of erumpents and rhinos!
These tasty and animal-friendly treats are a perfect way to celebrate helping erumpents!
Like us here at The Fantastic Beasts Foundation, did you watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and find yourself drooling over the delicacies in Jacob Kowalski’s bakery at the end of the movie? Well you are in luck, because he has been a dear and sent over one of his secret recipes just for us to share with our members! In honor of the magnificent erumpent and our campaign to save them, the recipe he has shared with us is for his famous Erumpent-shaped croissant. And of course, because Jacob is such a friend to fantastic beasts both magical and muggle, his recipe is fully vegan!
Five Rhino Rescues and Sanctuaries Newt Scamander would be proud of
How to cast a shield charm over the animals affected by these hurricanes
In the wake of the devastating hurricanes that have hit the southern United States, Mexico, and Caribbean countries in the past month or so, many wild and domestic animals have suffered neglect, trauma, and displacement as a direct result of both the weather and of human ignorance (many people illegally left their pets behind when they evacuated). To help these animals, we’d like to share a few of the many shelters, rescue organizations, and sanctuaries that could use our help.
Use these eleven dance moves the next time you need to lure an erumpent into your suitcase.
Thanks to archive footage of the great magizoologist Newt Scamander, we here at the Fantastic Beasts Foundation have learned how to do the Erumpent mating dance. Here’s how!