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posted by bluekatie
THEY ARE IN DANGER FOR THESE REASONS

Threats
Since European settlement, approximately 80% of Australia's eucalypt forests have been decimated. Of the remaining 20% almost none is protected and most occurs on privately-owned land.
Settlers favoured the rich fertile lands along the eastern seaboard to have their farms and urban developments. Unfortunately, this is where the majority of koalas are already living because they also like to live in trees which are growing in fertile soils.
Koalas in danger!
Once people hunted koalas for their fur, manyoya and kwa the 1920's the wanyama were almost extinct....
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Many people give money to charities believing their money will be used to help people in need. They don't always realize that their money may instead be used to fund testing on animals. While some people believe animal testing is necessary, there are now many humane ways to learn about disease and to test medical treatments, methods that are actually zaidi effective than testing on wanyama and that do not cause pain and death to innocent creatures.
Here are just a few of the charities that currently fund testing on animals. If wewe object to testing on animals, let these charities know wewe cannot...
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There is no doubt that the best test species for humans are humans. It is not possible to extrapolate animal data directly to humans due to interspecies variation in anatomy, physiology and biochemistry.

Advancing in science is important. It is what helps us understand the world in which we live, and is especially important for medical research. However, some believe the myth that, in order to effectively continue our research, we must experiment on animals. This is not the case at all and, in fact, can give us inconclusive results. Here are just a few of the alternatives that are not only cruelty-free,...
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The Humane Society of the United States strongly opposes keeping wild wanyama as pets. This principle applies to both native and nonnative species, whether caught in the wild au bred in captivity. The overwhelming majority of people who obtain these wanyama are unable to provide the care they require.

Caring for Wild wanyama Is Difficult au Impossible

Despite what animal sellers may say, appropriate care for wild wanyama requires considerable expertise, specialized facilities, and lifelong dedication to the animals. Their nutritional and social needs are demanding to meet and, in many cases,...
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posted by SilentRevelry
 fox, mbweha in trap - image not mine
Fox in trap - image not mine
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I found a fox, caught kwa the leg
In a toothed gin, torn from its peg,
And dragged, God knows how far, in pain.

Such torment could not plead in vain,
He looked at me, I looked at him.
With iron jaw-teeth in his limb.

"Come, little son," I said, "Let be.....
Don't bite me, while I set wewe free."
But much I feared that in the pang
Of helping, I should feel a fang
In hand au face .......
but must is must .........
And he had aliyopewa me his trust.

So down I knelt there in the mud
And loosed those jaws all mud and blood.
And he, exhausted, crept, set free,
Into the shade, away from me;

The leg not broken ......
Then, beyond,
That gin, gini went plonk into the pond.
 Fox's paw after caught in paw - image not mine
Fox's paw after caught in paw - image not mine
posted by Animaltribe
 Animal heros Charles and Critcher.
Animal heros Charles and Critcher.
As Kari and her son were on a motorcycle ride, the two saw a large dogfight in the countryside. Kari pulled up and a woman later identified as Tatjana Sernosevic confronted her. Kari was forced to leave kwa Sernosevic's male accomplice.

Kari went nyumbani and grabbed her boyfriend Stan Critcher, the two returned to stop the fights. Sernosevic and Kari began to argue and the crowd gathered kwa as did Sernosevic's male accomplice. Kari's son began to tell the crowd Critcher and his mother fighting would be the only fight they would see. Kari and Tatjana got into a shoving match then the two began to ngumi, punch and ended up on the ground.

Stan and the male accomplice began to fistfight. The crowd watched the fray. Kari's son cheered her and Stan on. After about 20 dakika Kari knocked Tatjana out cold and raised her fists in victory! Stan finished off the man and the two culprits were delived to authorities. Twenty pit bulls were saved because of the two and her son. Qqqa
 Country road shows a dogfight in progress.
Country road shows a dogfight in progress.
 Sernocevic dog fight event spotted kwa Kari and her boy.
Sernocevic dog fight event spotted by Kari and her boy.
 Sernocevic watching the fights.
Sernocevic watching the fights.
 Kari's son rooting on his mom!
Kari's son rooting on his mom!
 Kari vs Tatjana
Kari vs Tatjana
 Sernocevic and accomplice
Sernocevic and accomplice
 The Heroes
The heroes
 Kari gets her son and Stan!
Kari gets her son and Stan!
 Catfight at the dogfight
Catfight at the dogfight
 Cheering crowd
Cheering crowd
 Kari
Kari
 Tatjana
Tatjana
 Kari and Stan as Kari's son cheers!
Kari and Stan as Kari's son cheers!
 Stan the man!
Stan the man!
 Kari wins!
Kari wins!
 Sernocevic gets Kari's foot!
Sernocevic gets Kari's foot!
 Tatjana beat down.
Tatjana beat down.
 Kari with her son after.
Kari with her son after.
posted by Fire_Angel
When wewe euthanize an animal it means wewe give a medicine to an animal to stop its heart. Yes, that means wewe kill it. Most people prefer the term "put to sleep".

My family does euthanize our pets, but only when they are suffering and have no hope of living. We recently had to put down our Beagle, (thats a dog) Peaches. She was old and quickly dieing and we didnt want her to suffer. I beleive this is part of animal rights. Some people dont think its right to do that. But wewe want the best thing for your pets, right?

If your pet is suffering, please consider this.
Global meat consumption has increased from under 50 million tons annually to over 200 million tons in the last 50 years. The amount of animal manure produced in the U.S. is 130 times greater than the amount of human waste. This is causing zaidi environmental and health problems than ever seen before. Here are 15 good reasons to stop eating meat (or at least cut down):

Health Reasons:

1. Lower risk of cancer. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has reported that vegetarians are less likely to get cancer kwa 25 to 50 percent.

2. Lower risk of moyo disease. Researchers Dr. Dean Ornish...
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1. Be aware. Without phone calls from the concerned citizens who ripoti cruelty in their neighborhoods, we wouldn't know about most instances of animal abuse. It all comes from the public, it all starts with YOU—that's why it's so important to keep your eyes and ears open. Get to know and look out for the wanyama in your neighborhood. kwa being aware, you're zaidi likely to notice, for example, that the dog inayofuata door who was once hefty has Lost weight rapidly—a possible indicator of abuse.

2. Learn to recognize animal cruelty. Here are some signs and symptoms that we see in many of the cases...
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posted by Mallory101
What Is a puppy Mill?
A puppy mill is a large-scale commercial dog breeding operation where profit is aliyopewa priority over the well-being of the dogs. Unlike responsible breeders, who place the utmost importance on producing the healthiest mtoto wa mbwa possible, breeding at puppy mills is performed without consideration of genetic quality. This results in generations of mbwa with unchecked hereditary defects.

Puppy mill mtoto wa mbwa are typically sold to pet shops—usually through a broker, au middleman—and marketed as young as eight weeks of age. The lineage records of puppy mill mbwa are often falsified....
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posted by breebree446
1. Being a humanitarian, supporting animal rights activists, human rights activists, it's all the same. ~Daryl Hannah

2. God loved the birds and invented trees. Man loved the birds and invented cages. ~Jacques Deval

3. The swali is not, "Can they reason?" nor, "Can they talk?" but rather, "Can they suffer?" ~Jeremy Bentham

4. No one in the world needs a mink kanzu, koti but a mink. ~Murray Banks

5. Cruelty is one fashion statement we can all do without. ~Rue McClanahan

6. Hunting is not a sport. In a sport, both sides should know they're in the game. ~Paul Rodriguez

7. Man is the only creature that...
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 An American horse enters the kill box at a Mexican slaughter plant.
An American horse enters the kill box at a Mexican slaughter plant.
Frenzied hooves beat against the wet cement as farasi of all colors and ages file through the line. Poked with an electric prod, they are forced down the crammed alley of the Mexican horse slaughter plant. As the chute opens, the workers whistle and holler. A gray horse slips, falling to his hind legs. Panicked, he lunges mbele and takes his final steps into the "kill" box.

As the horse drops his head to smell the blood, a worker grabs his long mane and plunges a kisu into his neck, Stunned, the horse throws his neck and, ten sekunde later, is stabbed again. As the horse collapses to the...
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posted by Mallory101
Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and the answer is: "Because the wanyama are like us." Ask the experimenters why it is morally okay to experiment on animals, and the answer is: "Because the wanyama are not like us." Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction. ~Charles R. Magel


God loved the birds and invented trees. Man loved the birds and invented cages. ~Jacques Deval, Afin de vivre bel et bien


We have enslaved the rest of the animal creation, and have treated our distant cousins in fur, manyoya and feathers so badly that beyond doubt, if they were able to formulate...
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"As long as humans continue to be the ruthless destroyer of other beings, we will never know health au peace. For as long as people massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, those who kupanda the seed of murder and pain will never reap joy au love." Pythagoras

"Men dig their graves with their own teeth, and die zaidi kwa those instruments than kwa all weapons of their enemies." Pythagoras

"But for the sake of some little mouthful of flesh, we deprive a soul of the sun, and light, and of that proportion of life and time they had been born into the world to enjoy." Plutarch (Greek biographer...
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posted by fun123fun
NOTE:this artical is not mine Swootz wrote this ok not me


kubeba Baiting is cruel entertainment and a money-maker for some people in Pakistan. kubeba baiting requires bears to have their claws and teeth removed, then they are chained to a post being forced to fight off several dogs. When the fighting is over, bears usually come out with ripped mouths and noses.


Donate to the --->> World Society for the Protection of wanyama (WSPA)



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At the chuo kikuu, chuo kikuu cha of Michigan, cats--who in the past have been purchased kwa the UM from animal shelters--have a hard plastic tube repeatedly forced down their windpipes for intubation training and are frequently killed after the procedure. Pigs have holes cut into their throats and chests and are stabbed in the moyo for trauma-training exercises before they are killed. These cruel labs continue even though the chuo kikuu, chuo kikuu cha uses simulators to teach nearly all the same skills in other courses on campus.


jiunge "PETA" KNOW AND HELP THE PORE Cats AND PIGS!!

https://secure.peta.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=OnScreenThanks&id=3147

HOW CAN THEY KILL SUCH BEAUTIFUL, ADORABLE, HARMLESS BUT MOSTLY "HELPLESS" ANIMALS.
( these r not picha from the university, just some cute picks i found )
posted by Milena96
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the wanyama involved. For whatever reason, wewe are now asking the question: Why should wanyama have rights? LEARN MORE.
- Animals Are Not Ours to Eat
- Animals Are Not Ours to Wear
- Animals Are Not Ours to Experiment On
- Animals Are Not Ours to Use for Entertainment
- Animals Are Not Ours to Abuse in Any Way

- Animals Are Not Ours to Eat
Animals on factory farms are treated like meat, milk, and egg machines. Chickens have their sensitive beaks seared off with...
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posted by Mallory101
 President Obama & His new Dog, Bo
President Obama & His new Dog, Bo
April 29,2009

Today was President Barack Obama's 100th siku in office. So, what has Obama done for, au against, wanyama in his first 100 days in office?

Expectations were high during campaign season. Obama and VP Joe Biden both had great records on animal issues heading into the election, and won the endorsement of the Humane Society Legislative Fund. One disappointment was Obama's statement that a hunter should head the Department of the Interior. Despite pleas from animal advocates, Obama appointed a hunter, Senator Ken Salazar, as Secretary of the Interior. However, Obama also appointed animal-friendly...
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PETA is not a group that everyone thinks they are. Look online and wewe will find that they kill hundreds of wanyama a mwaka cause they cannot care for them so they euthinize them and throw them in dumpsters, if wewe don't believe me wewe can look it up and they actually got caught on video and two workers of PETA were caught kwa police for killing loads of animals. Just killing them and tossing them into trucks to dump into dumpsters. very sad that is why i am so against PETA for one and another is i think hunting, fishing, and trapping are ok only if it's needed for chakula au warmth like fur. but...
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posted by Tripenguinman
Animal rights. A topic I feel stongly about and stand firm on. When it comes to animals, I hate to refer to them as wanyama even. Humans are wanyama as well and yet they think they are smarter and better. Really wanyama seem to be smarter and have a lot zaidi common sense than humans. Despite the small seperation of ourselves from our brothers on earth, we still think we own the world. And the way we're going, destroying the enviroment and killing off all the creatures we shareour homes with, we will.

It's gotten to a point where spieces are on the brink of extinction- some aleady gone- and...
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