Day: March 23, 2019

USA: 10-Year-Old Hero Requests Animal Shelter Donations Instead Of Birthday Gifts.



WAV Comment – what a difference between this animal hero and the bumhole trophy hunter we have just covered in the earlier article ! – well done Ryder – go for it !      He certainly did:

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10-Year-Old Hero Requests Shelter Donations Instead Of Birthday Gifts

Posted by Lisa Blanck | March 19, 2019

10-Year-Old Hero Requests Shelter Donations Instead Of Birthday Gifts

When young Ryder Kuhlman thought about what he wanted for his tenth birthday this year, he looked around his room in Volusia County, Florida and ‘decided he had enough stuff’.  Ryder tells Lady Freethinker,

“I didn’t need any toys for my birthday, so I decided to help out some animals.”

Ryder approached his mom, Rhonda Kuhlman, with an idea.  Instead of birthday gifts, he wanted everyone to help the animals at his local shelter.  Rhonda was impressed by his gesture, but not surprised.  She tells us,  “He’s got a really big heart, and loves animals.”  When we asked Ryder what he wants to be when he grows up, he said, “I want to work in a zoo and help out.”

“I thought I could help out by getting dog food, towels, stuff like that,” Ryder explained.

So the Kuhlman’s called the shelter and asked what was on their wish list:

  • Blankets for the cages
  • Old towels for bathing
  • Cat food
  • Dog food
  • Little toys for the cats
  • Peanut butter, to hide the medicine for the animals

Ryder Kuhlman’s birthday wish list, Courtesy, Rhonda Kuhlman

Then Ryder created invitations, which specified “no presents please” but included the shelter’s suggested wish list, adding,

“Help me help the Humane Society and all of their furry friends.”

He sent them to the people on his birthday invite list, including friends and family. His mom helped him by extending Ryder’s circle of love to include her workplace.

Ryder’s birthday donations to Halifax Humane Society, Courtesy, Rhonda Kuhlman Ryder, who has two pets of his own, a poodle mix and a bearded dragon, was thrilled with the response, as was Halifax Humane.  The Kuhlmans took the truckload of donations. Halifax said it was ‘the largest birthday donation they’d ever seen!”  The day of the drop-off, Ryder got to interact with some of the animals and shelter staff, who said,

“What a generous thing to do for our community’s animals! Ryder also donated $100 in cash for the animals. Ryder YOU ROCK! ”

Just like Ryder, you too can make an impact at your local shelter.  Every rescue, every shelter, has their own wish list.  Give them a call or click on their Facebook or webpage link.

We asked Ryder what he wants to teach people about shelter animals and if he had any advice for adopters. Ryder told us, “They have to take good care of the animals, give them time, and make sure they’re ready to take them home.”

As Ryder’s t-shirt says, ‘rescued is my favourite breed’.

Wise beyond his years, Ryder proved that everyone can make a difference in the lives of animals, no matter how old you are. All it takes is listening to the message from your heart.



USA: Waste of Space Gutless Trophy Hunter Guy Gorney of Illinois Shoots a SLEEPING Lion – and Claims He Did It To ‘Save Zebras’ !



The video of Gorney, a retired energy company executive, is believed to have been recorded in Zimbabwe in 2011

Guy Gorney, 64, of Manhattan, Illinois, is identified as the hunter in a shocking video who killed a sleeping lion

Gomey shot the lion whilst it was asleep; waking after the first shot and then taking another 2 shots from his gun before it was killed.

He made the pathetic excuse for killing the lion to ‘save about 70 zebras a year’.

He admitted that his hunting is mainly for the ‘thrill of the kill’. He really likes hunting elephants.

Gomey has admitted killing over 70 big game animals including elephant, lions, leopard, rhino and buffalo.


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All photos Daily Mail; London.

In the video, Gorney fires one shot, and awakens the unsuspecting lion to meet its demise

The lion can be seen writhing in pain on the ground, after being awakened by the attack

The lion can be seen writhing in pain on the ground, after being awakened by the attack

'Beautiful,' the guide says, as the video shows a closeup of the lifeless animal's face

Here is the gutless coward and the house that he lives in:

Guy Gorney, 64, of Manhattan, Illinois, is identified as the hunter in a shocking video who killed a sleeping lion. He refused to comment on his kill to at his doorstep

This is the half-million-dollar Illinois home where Gorney was approached by but  he refused comment, saying 'I'm not interested in talking to you. Private property. Take off!'

Pictures of him on some of his other trophy hunt trips:

In a 2015 interview, Gorney addressed violent reactions to trophy hunting by pointing out he can defend himself. Gorney is pictured with a hippopotamus that he killed

In the interview from 2015 with CBS, Gorney showed no remorse for his 'hunting' habit, which at that time included killing 70 big game animals, such as elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo. Gorney is pictured with a rhino that he killed

'The "why" is just the – I call it the adventure of it. Same reason Teddy Roosevelt did it,' Gorney said. 'I really like hunting elephants. They’re difficult to track down. They’re incredibly dangerous. The first elephant I got, I walked over 120 miles tracking elephants before I actually caught up to him and found him'

The hunter also appears to enjoy searching for prey - including moose and bear - closer to home, in North America, as well as the African bush where he bagged a sleeping lion


WAV Comment – Lets hope he gets the same treatment now that our US dentist ‘friend’ did after he killed Cecil the lion.  

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