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Thank you to our subscribers! We greatly appreciate your interest. However, we understand that you may not want to receive an email each time an alert, article, or essay is published. As such, please know that you have the ability to control the frequency with which you receive Our Compass emails, as a separate, individual mail for each entry; daily that includes the entries for that particular day all in one email; or weekly and including the entries published during that associated week all in one email. To modify, please follow these steps.

1. See the bottom of any email from Our Compass; there is an area that indicates subscription management, which appears as the following:

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You can also access this area by visiting any Our Compass page; to the right will be an area where you can “manage” your Email Subscription as well. ———>

2.  Click on Manage Subscriptions, it will lead you to your own page, to which only you have access; the page will look similar to the following image:

3. Click on the picture to enlarge and see what your page will look like.

4. Under your “Delivery Frequency” (see the check mark) choose either Immediate, Daily, or Weekly.

5. Please ask if you have questions, thank you!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. eileen roberts permalink
    October 7, 2010 7:45 pm

    subscribe to: animal wrongs thank you i don’t have a computer, so i don’t know how to ask, but, i am very interested in helping to save the wild horses and burros. i have never done this before but, can i use your picture of the dead foal? they say a picture is worth a 1000 words and i think that picture could help to stir peoples emotions. thank you

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  2. FreedmSeven permalink
    December 19, 2010 8:40 pm

    Thank you for all that you do for the animals. <3

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  3. emily scott and family permalink
    December 10, 2011 6:49 pm

    Historically, as a race, blacks have not been kind and caring to animals or concerned about the environment. But when people are mistreated themselves, held down, poor, how can they have time or money to take care of or be concerned about animals’ needs? It is at least partially a matter of survival. Currently, lots of whites, Spanish, etc. are leaving their pets at shelters or worse. Proper diet, housing, medical maintenance of animals is a luxury. It should unite all people to know that a civilization that respects animals and rejects speciesism also respects human life and the environment. Stop dictators and MAOA minds.

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  4. Jennie Ellerbee permalink
    July 4, 2012 3:00 am

    I would like to receive emails about animal welfare. Any & all petitions that you may be able to send me, would be great also. I write to anyone that I can to improve the lives of ALL animals. Thank you.
    Jennie Ellerbee

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