I have to ask you: when did we become just pleasure dolls for men and forgot that our history, or should I say our HERstory is rich in great, intelligent and peace loving women who have been put to the side of humanityâEUR(TM)s knowledge
This beautiful cat would die, if left in the streets. With TWO broken legs, there is a great need for help with this 10 month old kitten. You can see the x-rays on the site. Please click on the Red Dot. Five times! Thanks to all the regulars!
"We are indebted to compassionate hearts that prompts us to do more for the victims without voice and choice. Our volunteers are still in the field. So much suffering, any one can contribute for one or more shelters.Thanks to worldwide friends, namaste."
Here's all the recent news from Mexicanwolves.org with directions to ralies in Flagstaff, Santa Fe, petitions, suggestions for letters to newspapers, information and just plain beautiful photos of wolves on the Org's website. Join!
Today, only 109 Mexican gray wolves cling to survival in the American Southwest.
Tell your Representative to oppose HR 2910, and demand full recovery efforts for the critically endangered Mexican gray wolf!
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announced this week that they are suspending further reintroductions of red wolves and effectively suspending any future progress in bringing red wolves back from near-extinction
Abandoning newborns to see if they can survive without shelter and minimal human intervention causes pointless suffering and death for helpless baby animals, forcibly brought into a world that deliberately abandons them.
t is expected that 1.000.000 dogs will be slaughtered for the upcoming Korean Sambok/Boknal. Sam/Boknal means three dog meat eating days.The dates for this country's slaughter are based on the lunar calendar and they are on July 13, 23 and August 1th 2015
What makes it okay for one species to subject another to torturous experimentations for the others benefit?--Subjecting a human to the many mistreatments commonly inflicted upon animals day-to-day in...Featured story on today's Animal News Sentinel.