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wanting to end a horrible person from doing more stuff [16 Jun 2016|09:12pm]
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Hello everyone [21 Nov 2011|12:09am]

[ mood | sad ]

I just joined and its good to be here.

But I thought I should share this.


Yes the link is correct, there is a picture to and the damn picture brought me to tears it is such a horrible and cruel thing that these monsters did to this poor dog. I mean who lights a firecracker and puts it in a dogs mouth to watch it explode? Who ever did it has no soul whatsoever. Pass this on and fill it up, may they catch whoever did such a heartless thing be locked away for the rest of their life.

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Terry Thompson "Family Annihilator"? [24 Oct 2011|11:02am]
I wonder if Terry Thompson knew that by opening the cages of the animals they would be killed by authorites to protect the public before he commited suicide. If so, that reminds of the profile of a family annihilator. especially when reports state his wife left him, he was in debt.http://neurologicalcorrelates.com/wordpress/2008/05/15/why-do-men-kill-their-family/
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This needs the be shared [16 Jun 2011|05:44pm]

[ mood | sick ]

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TN Man's Home Burns While Firefighters Watch, Pets Perish [08 Oct 2010|11:12am]
[ mood | pissed off ]

Did you hear about the Tennessee man Gene Cranick, whose home burned because the firefighters didn't extinguish the fire---on account of his forgetting to pay a "subscription" fee ($75) to the county? Three dogs and a cat burned to death in the house! :(

Cranick also mentioned someone in the area had their barn allowed to burn to the ground with horses in it!

Where are the animal rights groups when you need them?

Here is a link to an interview with Gene Cranick including his mentioning the animals who were killed:


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Small animals & Petsmart... [27 Aug 2010|05:03pm]

Perhaps some of you have already seen this, but if you haven't, please watch it. It's both heartbreaking and eye-opening.


I never knew that the suppliers of Petsmart were this bad..

Note: This doesn't mean that I believe all animal suppliers are bad or even that Petsmart has bad intentions. However, this is not something that should be overlooked..
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For Once I Agree with PETA [26 Jun 2010|11:09am]
I was wondering when someone was going to call for animal cruelty charges be filed against BP for the impact their oil spill has had on the Gulf Coast's wildlife--the animal rights group just happened to be PETA!

Here is an article about the story:

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Nuka Exxon Valdez Survivor Dies [28 May 2010|11:02am]
Nuka, 21 year old sea otter who survived the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill has died

Link to obituary:


Here is a video of her having lunch before her death:

Who is going to be the next high profile survivor of the BP Gulf Coast oil spill?
Fame under tragic circumstances.
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Are Any of you Going to Help the Wildlife in the Gulf Coast? [12 May 2010|11:57am]
It makes me angry that BP, TransOceans, and Halliburton are just shifting the blame for the oil spill disaster onto each other while wildlife in the Gulf Coast is threatened!
Check this out http://www.thenation.com/blog/classic-case-shaggy-defense
Will any of you going to help the wildlife in the Gulf Coast?
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[15 Feb 2010|09:00pm]

Hello there.
Im sorry im new and just kinda popped up.
but i need help and thought you guys would know best.

My hamster,pigglepop has a poorly eye, its gunked shut and i keep having to clean it open.

His fur is wet because i'd just cleaned it.
im terrified too loose him, he means the world to me!

ive had people say take him the vet. but my pearents say hes just got a cold?
please help, i dont want to have to wait it out any longer.

Oh and hello ^^ Im vegan and support the ALF :)
its nice to see im not the only one who cares about animals!
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How Can I Remove a Lizard From My Room Alive [10 Nov 2009|10:32am]
[ mood | concerned for lizard ]

This week I discovered a lizard in my room and I need to know how to catch the creature in my room unharmed so I can release the lizard outside.

Have any ideas?

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This video promotes animal abuse! [17 Oct 2009|01:36pm]

Please spread the word. Don't remain a passive witness. Go to this YouTube video and flag it as animal abuse. Please do something.

The owner of this hamster intentially placed the hamster in a situation, where he/she made the hamster tip backwards and hamster's paws got stuck between the piano's keys for at couple of moments. This is NOT a natural position or environment for a hamster.

The most shocking part is that this video received 50,000+ views and a lot of POSITIVE comments. People write that this video is "sweet" and "cute" and completely oversee the fact that hamster's paws got stuck between the piano's keys.

This video also inspires a lot of people to do similar experiments to their hamsters. It's a mild form for animal abuse, yet it's still animal abuse.

Here is the video:

Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9Vi1u0KMq0

[19 Sep 2009|01:38am]

 My mom got a new kitten from the shelter. He has the best personality and is really cute. Here are some pics.
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[16 Sep 2009|04:19am]

I read about a cat that was missing for three years and then was reuinted with his family.  Here's the link.  I had a cat disappaer once. Not fun. It's nice to know there can be happy endings. 
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Bed Hogging! [15 Sep 2009|12:06am]

I think we can all relate to the bed hogging cat in this post. Just got a chuckle out of it and wanted to share.(x-posted)
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Chase no-face: the disfigured cat [14 Sep 2009|10:51pm]

I just read about this sweet little cat that was disfigured by a car accident at 6 weeks old and has no face. They say she is not in pain and she still grooms herself, chases bugs, and plays with her siblings. In fact, her mom says she can do everything a normal cat can do "except blink." I blogged about it, but beware, it's a bit shocking in the picture. Anyway, I thought the story might warm your hearts too!
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Dogs in Hot Car [20 Aug 2009|10:43am]
Yesterday I saw dogs in a car who were barking, it was a warm day and I was concerned about their safety. The windows were opened a crack but I heard this isn't enough to keep the dogs cool, I placed my finger through the open space in the window and felt it was too warm--I didn't know where the owners were! I didn't know what to do! I hope they were alright! What can I do the next time this happens?
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abandonded foxes [08 May 2009|01:19pm]

We have, on the property of the company that I work for, two baby cubs, probably about 3 weeks old, that the vixen abandoned with the other 4. it's been over 48 hours. What should I put out, and keep a distance then from, for them to eat? Raw eggs and dog food? Thanks
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I Witnessed a Seagull Being Run Over [12 Mar 2009|10:34am]
[ mood | sad ]

This morning I witnessed a seagull being run over by a car.
I couldn't believe I actually saw that.
The gull tried to snatch a piece of food from the street, I hoped the bird would escape but...
I'm so shocked.

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The Orsi Bill and the assassination of Animals and Nature! :'( [08 Mar 2009|10:19pm]

[ mood | angry ]

Hello to everyone! ^_^
I am new here... I am Elena, I'm 27 years old and I live in Italy.
Unfortunately, here a lot of bad things are happening and all the animals who live here need your help!
Read and help us... I am desperate:

Nature is worthless. We would rather have concrete and double-barrelled shotguns in the hands of sixteen year olds, with which they can exterminate the last few wild animals that are still around. LIPU has examined the Orsi Bill and compared it to the current animal protection legislation. Franco Orsi of the PDL should call himself "Big Hunter" or "Son of Boss(ol)i". What we should be doing is organising patrols to check what our parliamentarians are getting up to. Day by day these guys are trying to make our lives more miserable.
Here is one of many e-mails I have received regarding the Orsi Bill.

"The Bill proposed by Senator Franco Orsi: an endless list of errors.
Out of the Senate, in recent days, has come one of the most serious attacks on Nature, in other words on animal, on our Parks and even on our own safety: a bill that calls for the total liberalisation of hunting. Signed by Senator Franco Orsi.
Animals used as decoys, hunting in our Parks, reduction of protected areas, the slaughter of bears, wolves and stray cats and dogs and many more vile deeds.
Law 157/1992, the only existing law that directly protects the wild fauna in our Parks, is about to be torn to shreds.

Here is the list of horrors:
- Gone are the national and international interests as regards the protection of animals. Italy has an irrefutable heritage, namely our wild animals, which he is apparently no longer interested in protecting!
- Gone is the definition of super-protected species. In Italy, animals such as the wolf, the bear, the eagles, the flamingos, the swans, the storks and many others, will no longer enjoy the special protection envisaged by the European Union and international regulations.
- Hunting season open along the migration routes, something that will undoubtedly create a major disturbance and will encourage poaching in areas that are very important in terms of the difficult voyage and essential stopovers undertaken by the migratory birds.
- Total liberalisation of rules regarding live decoys! Are you aware of precisely what live decoys are? They are live birds held “prisoner” in the tiniest of cages for the purpose of attracting other birds. This terrible practice is already permitted by the current legislation, albeit with certain restrictions. But Senator Orsi now wants to liberalise this practice totally. It will be possible to keep and use an unlimited number of these decoys. Gone will be the identification rings for live decoys. All that will be required is a certificate. One certificate for all of these decoys! Hunters will be able to use any species of birds as decoys, whether legal prey or not, even bramblings, chaffinches and redbreasts.
- 700 thousand taxidermists. The hunters themselves will automatically become taxidermists, without even having to follow any procedures. Animals killed and stuffed without any rules. How many poachers do you think are going to spring into action to illegally capture and stuff wild animals?
- Scientific research eliminated. The State’s own scientific authority (the “Istituto Nazionale per la Fauna Selvatica” or National Institute for Wild Fauna – currently known as the “ISPRA”) is at risk of being totally replaced by regional institutes. These regional institutes will thus be issuing opinions on national and European Union matters. Plus the very real possibility of not being able to carry out studies or research, or establish uniform standards valid throughout the Country.
- Open hunting season in our Parks, for currently protected species. The incredible formulation of the Orsi Bill will make it possible to get exemptions (in other words, to get permission to hunt otherwise protected species), even in our Parks and other protected areas! Regions that protect more than 30% of their regional territory will be penalised! How offensive is that ruling! Those who protect too much “Nature” will be punished. As if creating a park, where people and animals can move about freely, were a punishable crime!
- Hunting licences issued to 16-year olds. Instead of teaching our kids respect, we now give them rifles!
- Freedom to exterminate wolves, bears, deer, stray cats and dogs, etcetera! An incredible provision that gives the mayor the power to authorise the slaughter and extermination of animals, in total contradiction of even the most basic of European standards. All that is needed is that there is be “problem animal”. A veritable naturalistic “Wild West”.
- Regional legislation permitting the hunting of protected species. Apparently, four European Union infractions and two four European Union infractions Constitutional Court rulings were not enough. Senator Orsi is about to give the Veneto and Lombardy regions, or rather the Ultras of the hunting world, a gift, namely a chance to hunt protected species, and to do so using regional legislation. I suppose we will be forced to pay the European Union fines too!
- Hunting in the snow and ice. Hunting will be permitted even in the snow and ice, in other words, those times of the year when the animals have a very hard time finding food, refuge and heat.
Let me go back to the issue of using birds as decoys! How medieval is that! Owlets tied by their claws and wings and used as bait!
- Less control over hunting. Fauna and flora guards will no longer be able to carry out inspections! In a Country that has one of the highest rates of poaching in the whole of Europe, what does Senator Orsi go and do? He reduces controls over hunting!
- The “Ente Nazionale Protezione Animali” (National Animal Protection Body) chucked off the National Technical Committee. The number of environmental associations represented on the committee of 157 are reduced from four to three. “ENPA”, the historical Italian animal association, is completely excluded.
Circulate this document and register on the wild animal protection lists on the various blogs and on Facebook.
Let’s stop Italy from resorting to this type of barbarity. Nature is our life."
The text of the Franco Orsi Bill (PDL) compared with that of the current law, drawn from the LIPU

1. Contact the members of the Senate Territorial and Environmental Committee that will be discussing the Orsi Bill.
2. Send an-email with your comments and/or suggestions regarding the bill directly to Franco Orsi
3. Join the group on Facebook


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the animal heroes lj community [12 Jan 2009|11:57am]

I got this request today:

"AnimalHeroes is dedicated to real life stories about the extraordinary love and devotion animals are capable of. Every animal lover out there knows how incredible our furry friends can be. Thanks for considering AnimalHeroes."

If you want to join, they are at: http://community.livejournal.com/animalheroes/profile
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Revamped Animal Welfare/Rescue/Resource Blog! [20 Dec 2008|09:13pm]

I run a blog called A Furry Friend. It's dedicated to highlighting animals in need and to keep people informed on general animals news, stories, and events! I have helped many dogs and other animals through my blog.
I invite anyone to please submit any animals, stories, or events they'd like me to feature. You can contact me with information at afurryfriend@gmail.com.
If you know of an animal that is in immediate need of a rescue, adoption, foster, transportation, etc., please contact me as well!

I also have links to several animal rescue/welfare resources I've compiled, including: 

  • Rescue transportation services
  • Shelter/rescue directories
  • General animal welfare/rescue resources
  • A guide on how to report and stop internet animal abuse
  • A guide on how to help both domestic & wild animals in need
  • A guide to prepare your own animal rescue kit
These resources can be found by going to my blog and clicking on any of links under "A Furry Friend Resources" on the left-hand side.

I'd really like for everyone to come check out both my pages and pass them on to your friends!
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Sarah Palin's Fowl Pardon [21 Nov 2008|10:14am]
[ mood | nauseated ]

Did you hear about Sarah Palin's "pardon" of a turkey then she was interviewed behind a turkey being slaughtered? Maybe she should have just gone back to her fly-by shootings.

Below is a video from Youtube.

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A follow up to Bella's post [17 Oct 2008|04:53pm]

And yet more asshattery from dastestament, this concerning a very sick "joke" about one of his 16 cats. Now, number one, no one should own SIXTEEN cats to begin with. Number two. . .well, the joke is NOT funny at all.

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class action lawsuit on menu foods [16 Oct 2008|09:25am]

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