2. Donate old furs.
Wildlife rehabilitation centers can use furs as beds to comfort abandoned or injured animals. You can contact your local wildlife rehab location to see if they can use any donated furs.
3. Cut meat/eggs/dairy once a week.
Completely cutting meat or dairy out of your diet might seem daunting, so trying it out for one day a week (try having Meatless Mondays!) can be a good way to make your lifestyle a bit more animal-friendly. Who knows? You may even find that you like going vegetarian or vegan! You can find some helpful recipes here.
4. Volunteer at a shelter or sanctuary.
If getting active is already part of your New Year's resolution, why not get moving by volunteering to walk dogs at your local shelter? Dogs at shelters are usually confined to small areas, so it's important for them to have plenty of activity, and dog walkers are a super-important part of that.