Day: June 16, 2019

For the dog day


The strays … they are not from the street, they are on the street…


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abandoned from people without responsibility,  without loyalty, without heart…
they have nothing more than their lives, and they know nothing else than…

Streuner Hund in Rumänien


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fear and loneliness…

like toys that one does not need anymore and throws away
They are not toys, they are not things
they are part of the family, part of our life
friends for the whole life…
When you want a friend, adopt a dog and share your life with him.
Do not betray your friends.




My best regards to all, Venus



USA: Fair Oaks Farm ARM Investigation – Extended Cut – 1 hour and 30 minutes.



In early June we released the footage of undercover filming by ARM activists. Here is the link to our first report:


Here is the full extended (1 hour and 30 minutes) cut of the footage; a lot of which was not seen in the original.


See for yourself the treatment – ABUSE – of the young calves. Kicked; punched; hit it the face with branding irons; left to suffer and die alone without any medical attention or supervision.

Fair Life Milk Exposed | Operation Fair Oaks Farms Extended Cut | ARM Investigation | The Full Story

From the Animal Recovery Mission Website –
On June 4th, 2019, ARM released disturbing footage of one of its most grueling factory farm investigations to date. Initiating in 2018, an ARM undercover investigator captured surveillance evidence of the systematic and horrific animal abuse that is occurring at the Fair Oaks Farm’s

This place needs to close, and close now. All those involved with the cruelty shown must be made accountable and prosecuted under the full weight of the law.

We (WAV) have seen a lot of animal abuse in our time over the years; but we find the footage here; showing very young and vulnerable baby calves, particularly disturbing.

Watch, Repent and most importantly, Take Action to follow this up with the authorities.

This is what your pint of milk costs.  Cows milk is for baby calves, not humans.

USA: The US Government Is Trying to Overturn Protections that Save Grizzly Bears from Trophy Hunters.


The US Government Is Trying to Overturn Protections that Save Grizzly Bears from Trophy Hunters

Posted by Carly Day | June 10, 2019

The US Government Is Trying to Overturn Protections that Save Grizzly Bears from Trophy Hunters

Image Credit: Pixabay – Arthur Topham


Once again, the future of Yellowstone’s grizzly bears is under threat after Federal attorneys filed an appeal to overturn part of last year’s ruling, which reinstated the species’ protection under the Endangered Species Act.

The appeal, filed with the 9th U.S. Circuit of Appeals, questions some aspects of the judge’s decision last September and argues that the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) “should not have to conduct a comprehensive review of the entire listed species,” and that “the district court’s order goes beyond the appropriate remedy.”

The Act has protected grizzlies since 1975 after numbers dropped to 136 individuals. There are now an estimated 1,700-1,800 bears left in the lower 48 states, and around 700 of these live in and around the Yellowstone National Park.

In August 2017, the USFWS removed protections for this population, meaning the management of these animals would be handed over to Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, and trophy hunters would be allowed to murder 23 bears around Yellowstone.

A number of organizations went to court to ask for this decision to be reversed. Thankfully, they were successful, and before hunters had a chance to slaughter any more of these majestic animals, the protections were restored.

According to the Western Environmental Law Center, grizzlies in Yellowstone are still at risk, despite claims by the USFWS that populations are fully recovered. The Center cites “dwindling food sources, climate change, small population size, isolation, habitat loss and fragmentation, and high levels of human-caused mortality” as critical issues facing these beautiful bears.

The USFWS says that grizzlies no longer require this kind of intensive protection and claims that increasing human-animal conflict needs to be managed by controlling bear populations through hunting.

But bear supporters will not give up easily.

“[This latest appeal is a] waste of more time and money trying to defend the illegal decision to pull Yellowstone’s grizzly bears off the endangered species list,” said Andrea Santasiere, attorney for the Center for Biological Diversity. “These bears still need federal protection and we’ll fight to defend the lower court’s decision.”



Justice for Dog Brutally Beaten to Death Behind Restaurant.

Justice for Dog Brutally Beaten to Death Behind Restaurant

Posted by Carly Day


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Petition Link


PETITION TARGET: Gary George, Director of Public Safety, Alpharetta Police Department

A black Labrador was viciously beaten to death behind a restaurant in Alpharetta, Atlanta. The beating was so brutal that the dog’s neck and legs were broken, and blood from the attack was spattered on the back door and wall of the restaurant where the body was discovered.

On May 25, an employee taking a break just before midnight behind the Atlantic Seafood Company on Mansell Road witnessed a man dressed in black yelling at a terrified dog, Channel 2 Action News reported.

When the man saw that his actions were being observed, he began to scream at the employee, who retreated indoors to call the police. When the officers arrived, they discovered the broken body of the dog.

Unfortunately, no leads on the case have been reported as yet. An act of such violence and aggression upon this innocent dog clearly indicates the person responsible is a threat to both animals and humans. This brutal attacker must be caught before he can kill or maim again.

Sign this petition urging the Alpharetta Police Department to make every effort to find and prosecute whoever did this to the fullest extent of the law and get justice for this dog who died in such a horrific way.

Alpharetta Police are asking anyone with information to call 678-297-6300.