Home News Dec. 2 Program Announcement! Friends from Wayward Vegan Cafe and Pawsitive...

Breakfast burrito at Wayward Vegan Cafe (photo by Bethany L on YELP)

You won’t want to miss Living Humane tomorrow!  We have two wonderful guests who really shape the world we live in to be more humane.  Join us at 2:00 pm on KKNW or streaming online at http://1150kknw.com/listen. Check out the guest bios below.


Doh Driver is co-owner of the The Wayward Vegan Cafe in the University District in Seattle.  Wayward Vegan Cafe is Seattle’s favorite vegan diner, serving comfort food free of all animal ingredients. Wayward Cafe was originally founded as a worker collective in 2004. In 2008, four friends got together to buy the struggling landmark, renaming it Wayward Vegan Cafe to better reflect its mission, and turning it into a thriving vegan restaurant. Wayward Vegan Cafe is owned by vegans, and only employs vegans, so that the staff can enjoy work that aligns with their ethics, and so that the customers have confidence that the people preparing their meals understand what “vegan” means.
Wayward Vegan Cafe is open daily from 9am until 9 pm. Breakfast and lunch is served all day, and after 4pm, dinner items are available as well.


Yolanda Morris is co-founder, and President of Pawsitive Alliance —  an organization that partners with rescue groups to save lives across Washington by increasing shelter adoptions, preventing unplanned litters through spay and neuter as well as helping to ensure a healthy and happy home for each dog and cat through education services.

Yolanda Morris has several years experience, as a student, staff member, and volunteer, in the nonprofit sector with her main focus in the animal welfare field. When working with an organization she especially enjoys being involved with volunteer management, special events, fundraising, and increasing the strength of the organization to help achieve their mission.  Yolanda was the winner of In Defense of Animal’s Guardian Award, and is the proud parent of Leah (dog) and Lucas (dog), both rescued.

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This post is provided via the editor of Living Humane Online.

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