Day: October 13, 2018

Argentina: Please Sign The Petition Calling For Action Against Animal Abuse.



Create a prosecutor’s office against animal abuse

Petition created on Oct 12, 2018

I have friends who live in Salta and they told me that they are trying to create a Prosecutor’s Office of Crimes against Animal Abuse. My request is so that this is not only something provincial but it is more national, covering the whole country. Cases of animal abuse go unpunished or the guilty parties receive only a fine and hours of community work, but none are imprisoned.

But the biggest problem I think is when people make complaints about cases of animal abuse, because the police often does not serve the neighbors and they do not receive the complaints because they say they do not have time, or they put any excuse, happened to me in the commissary of my neighborhood when I denounced a neighbor who hit his dog. This makes many people desist from making the complaint and the cases go unpunished. Another serious problem is that many people do not know where to make a report or how to do it.

With a Prosecutor’s Office of Crimes against Animal Abuse these problems would change and the reception of complaints and the investigation of each case would be carried out. I would like you to be able to work together with animal associations.

Thank you.

Created by Antonio Arias
Ingeniero Maschwitz, Argentina

Victory! Diane Von Furstenberg is Going Fur-Free.

Victory! Diane Von Furstenberg is Going Fur-Free

Posted by Kenneth C. Wenzer | October 10, 2018

my fur

Diane von Furstenburg has become the latest luxury fashion house to join the international anti-fur crusade, announcing they will discontinue all use of fur in their clothing lines.

“It’s time for us to make this change and accept responsibility,” states Chief Executive Sandra Campos, “to ensure that we don’t promote killing animals for the sake of fashion. We are committed to supporting the shift to a more ethical and sustainable fashion industry.”

Founder Diane von Furstenburg herself exclaims, “I am so excited that technology has provided us a way to feel as glamorous with faux fur.”

Congratulations also go to the Humane Society of the United States and the PETA for partnering with this establishment.

With the rise of human consciousness in our times, the animal rights movement is changing minds about the morality of once-accepted treatment of animals. One realization is the inherent cruelty of trapping and raising animals for their fur, so amply portrayed in many petitions and investigations. This compassion has also been embraced by an increasing number of companies in the garment industry.

One by one, fashion designers and retailers have become aware of the senseless suffering that is the bloody heart of producing fur. But they have also realized that the divesting of fur could help their profitability.

Fur is a barbaric relic of a bygone age. The cruel trapping of animals was part of the commercial impetus, one of the main factors in the development of human history that has been with us for millennia. Trade has facilitated knowledge, basic needs, riches, and wars. Some historians have indicated that the search for fur was a major factor in the spread of civilizations such as Russia, while others have noted that it has also generated friction between countries, most conspicuously with Canada. Massive fortunes, such as that of John Jacob Astor, made for a legend. Before the advances in synthetic clothing production in the Industrial Revolution, the search for garments and the avarice for luxury clothing prompted this international fur and pelt frenzy, which entailed the slaughter of countless animals, such as the beautiful beaver above.

Times are changing for the better, and we hope to soon see animal fur removed from the fashion world completely.

Unilever is taking a stance on products tested on animals.



Written by Zachary Toliver | October 9, 2018

Unilever is taking a stance on products tested on animals, and consumers will approve. First, Dove—one of the most widely recognized and conveniently available personal care product brands in the world—has banned all tests on animals anywhere in the world and has just been added to PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies cruelty-free list!

Dove will begin using our cruelty-free bunny logo on its packaging in 2019.

On top of that, consumer goods giant Unilever—which owns the Dove brand—has banned all tests on animals not required by law for all the rest of its products. Unilever will be added to PETA’s list of companies “Working for Regulatory Change.” This category recognizes companies that test on animals only when explicitly required by law, are completely transparent with PETA about what tests on animals have been conducted and why, and work diligently to promote the development, validation, and acceptance of non-animal methods.

Consumers Want Compassionate Change

We hope other companies will follow Dove’s compassionate choice to spare animals cruel, horrifying tests and go cruelty-free.

Always make sure that the products you buy are from the more than 3,500 cruelty-free companies that are included in PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies searchable global database of companies that don’t test on animals.

By purchasing only cruelty-free products, you can help save conscious, feeling rabbits, guinea pigs, mice, rats, and other animals from excruciating tests, a lifetime of suffering, and death. Need help finding out which products are cruelty-free? We have you covered:


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England: The Beef Farmer Who Recognised Each Animal Was An Individual – So The Farm Became Vegan To Save All Animals From Slaughter.



The cow (Beef) farmer who learnt that each animal is an individual; and he did not want to send them for slaughter.

So, he had his entire heard taken into lifelong care at Hillside sanctuary, Norfolk, England; where they could live out the rest of their time safe from the slaughterhouse.

He became the Vegan farmer; growing cops instead of killing animals.


See the story of the very compassionate man here:


Hillside animal sanctuary link –  




Legal mass murder of wild boars- Murderers cheer!


deutsche flagge

In Brandenburg (a country in the northeast of Germany) hunters celebrate a bloody record: in the last hunting season, they shot 90,000 wild boars, more than ever before. Decisive reason for the mass shooting is the “tail premium”, which is awarded in most hunting circles. For each “tail” (hunter language for the chopped tail of a wild boar), the hunters receive from the responsible district administration a premium of up to 50 euros. In other federal states hunters report after the introduction of “tail premiums” record firing.

Geld für Mord von Wildschweine

The “reason” for the state support for the shooting of wild boar is the fear that the African swine fever could come to Germany!!!
For humans, the animal disease is completely harmless.
The raly reason for the mass murder is the concern about the economic factor “pork”. If the notifiable disease breaks out in a fattening stable, all animals kept there are killed immediately. Restricted areas would make the usual animal transport through half of Germany impossible. In addition, the export of pork from Germany would be regulated.
The German pig breeders fear billions in damage.

Getötete Wildschweine

However, mass killing of healthy animals will not prevent the spread of the disease, because the biggest risk factor is humans themselves.
An introduction by travelers, professional drivers or hunting tourists is much more likely. On shoes, clothes or vehicles, the resistant viruses can adhere. Especially risky is imported food, which is carelessly disposed of at rest areas. Enlightenment, better border controls and solid game protection fences at rest areas are therefore much more effective measures to prevent the spread of African swine fever than the criminal massacre (under the guise of prophylaxis) of thousands of perfectly healthy wildlife. That this happens anyway, and is financed with our taxpayers’ money, is due to the enormous influence of the hunting and the agricultural lobby on German politics.

Wildschwein wird geschleppt

Source: animal public

My comment: First of all, I should make one thing clear: the German hunting law is an enabling act in the sense of 1933. It authorizes the hunters to take possession of foreign property. So, that comes from the “brown” times of Germany, and remains faithful to these times (with only a few unimportant changes).

They walk heavily armed in the woods and think they can do and leave what they want. And everyone’s opinion is intimidated by force of arms.

There is only excuse and no logical explanation for the murders they commit on innocent beings. And with their dirty propaganda (swine, plague, population, conservation …) try to gain the consent and tolerance of a society that – in its majority – considers hunters for sadistic murderers.

Hunter: You have long revealed your ugly face of mendacity.
Shoot yourself and your stupid fellow-travelers in politics.

Jäger, der JKäger erschoßen hat

My best regards, Venus