The World Peace Diet – An Interview with Dr. Will Tuttle”

Animal Advocate Inc. presents a new video which reveals the concepts of this award-winning author of  “The World Peace Diet” in the first-ever, full-length video interview (approximately 50 minutes) to comprehensively address Dr. Tuttle’s groundbreaking ideas. Global warming, starvation, war, devastation of the environment, the ill health of our citizens, and a myriad of other global and social problems – you name it – the world’s most difficult problems stem from our culture’s mentality of violence toward animals, especially those animals raised for food.  The video also features a short interview with Dr. Tuttle’s wife, artist Madeleine Tuttle, and piano music composed and performed by Dr. Tuttle.  Produced in 2010, in Honolulu, Hawai’i.

The full video is now available!



Dr. Will Tuttle, "The World Peace Diet"

Filmed and produced on O’ahu, Hawai’i




Find more information at Dr. Tuttle’s website:




“The Failure of the Hawaiian Humane Society”  


One of the Cat Lady's confined cats

This 16-minute investigative/undercover video follows the “Cat Lady” of Honolulu, as she continues to confine cats, kittens, and other animals in small cages.  We made this video to show the conditions of the animals and how they were being confined, which we believe is in violation of State laws.  The animals (mainly cats and kittens) are confined in small carriers and cages 24 hours a day.  They are never let out of the cages.  This video was instrumental in Animal Advocate Inc.’s efforts to show lawmakers at the Hawaii State Legislature what is happening, and to get a stronger law passed to protect the animals, specifically to address this issue of cruel confinement.  The video urges citizens to contact their legislators.  Ultimately the bill was passed and became law.

However, the Hawaiian Humane Society (“HHS”), which has enforcement powers, did not utilize the provisions of the new law which was enacted by the Legislature, and the “Cat Lady” continued to accumulate  and hoard animals, and breed litters of kittens.  The video tells the story of hundreds of citizen complaints about this situation, over a period of about 10 years  —  and shows the deplorable conditions of the confined animals and the failure of the Hawaiian Humane Society to effectively address and resolve the situation.

Thus our title, “The Failure of the Hawaiian Humane Society.”



** Be sure to check out all the information, including photos of the animals, our appeal to the Office of Information Practices (“OIP”), and other documents, located on the Cat Lady Campaign page of this website.




“Chained Dogs”

“Chained Dogs” is Animal Advocate Inc.’s first Public Service Announcement (“PSA”), with a run time of approximately 2 minutes.  The PSA, produced in 2004, provides information about why continuous chaining or tethering is very harmful to your companion animal, and how it also poses a threat to your safety and that of others.



“AnimalAid – India”


A "street dog" in Udaipur

In July 2008, Animal Advocate Inc. traveled to the Rajasthan region of northwestern India, and visited an animal rescue organization called AnimalAid.

A working camel in Bikaner

AnimalAid, which has a hospital, ambulance, and a sanctuary for hurt animals, is located a few minutes outside the city of Udaipur, in a traditional Rajput village.

This video was shot with a small hand-held camcorder, and documents our tour of the facility.  The daughter of the founders of AnimalAid led the tour, and told us the stories of some of the animals who were being treated there.

A "temple" elephant

We found this to be a great organization that’s doing great work, mainly helping the street dogs and the working donkeys of the area. Importantly, in addition to the critically-needed medical services, AnimalAid educates area residents about animal abuse issues.





Also, read our articles about the trip and facility tour, with photos, also located on this website.  Just click on theAnimal Hospitaland theIndiacategories, listed along the right side of the webpage.


Link to the AnimalAid website: