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A hamster and a peace sign have been making new friends in the world of animal rights and environmentalism.
The peace walkers, who are called Hamsters for Peace, are set to visit several cities in the United States and Europe on July 19.
The hamsters have been helping people with illnesses, hunger, and even the homeless and elderly by walking in the streets and carrying out acts of kindness.
In a video uploaded to YouTube, the peace walk is an effort to encourage people to support local communities by walking around in peace.
The walkers are known as peace walkees because they are not allowed to kill, and they don’t kill animals for food.
A sign for peace walks.
The Hamsters are hoping to spread awareness of their work by sharing the videos of their walk on social media, where they have garnered more than 6 million views.
Hamsters for peace has also been helping the homeless by handing out free food and other supplies, which have also made a new friend in the Hamsters.
“It’s a lot of fun, and it makes you feel good when you’re helping out someone,” says Matt D’Angelo, a Hamsters walker who recently got his own hamster.
“We’re just getting started.
We’re hoping to expand and be able to spread the word to people.”
The Hamster walkers have created a Facebook page called Hamster Walkers, and have also started a website where people can sign up for updates.