Day: January 29, 2020

Germany: Fair “Hunting and Dog”- Fun for cretins


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At Europe’s largest hunting fair “Hunting and Dog” (Dortmund, January 28 to February 2), hunters can book excursions at the fair that include the shooting down of endangered and protected species such as polar bears, rhinos, elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes and monkeys, brown bears and wolves – quite legally.

“We are currently experiencing the greatest loss of species since the dinosaurs went extinct, and many animal populations have already collapsed. Nevertheless, wealthy hobby hunters can shoot threatened and protected animals, as in colonial times. This senseless killing out of sheer greed for status symbols must finally come to an end ”. Daniela Freyer from Pro Wildlife.

Exhibitors from Germany and more than 40 countries are represented at the “Hunting and Dog” fair, dozens sell hunting safaris all over the world and attract visitors with stuffed animals, hunting films and special offers.

“Corruption and mismanagement in the hunting sector are the order of the day in many countries. Lucrative profits mean that even the last animals with a magnificent trophy are mercilessly pursued”, says Daniela Freyer.

Trophy hunters are not only targeting rare species, they are also competing to shoot down the largest and strongest individuals.

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When hunting abroad, methods are also used that are prohibited here in Germany.
Hunters are allowed to kill animals with bows and arrows, crossbows or muzzle-loaders, rush them with dogs, chase them with vehicles or bait big cats with dead animals.

In South Africa it is still allowed to breed lions and other animals, to raise them by hand and to have the adult animals shot down in fenced-off enclosures by trophy hunters (so-called “canned hunting”).
Up to 10,000 lions vegetate there in hunting farms.



– Hobby hunters from Germany and Spain are among the leaders in the hunt for endangered and protected species after the Americans.

In Africa alone, around 18,000 foreigners go trophy hunting each year, killing more than 100,000 wild animals.

– Every year hunting trophies of hundreds of endangered and internationally protected animals are imported to Germany.

– Even strictly protected species that cannot be traded commercially can be imported as trophies for “private use” with official approval.

– According to a representative opinion poll, 86 percent of the population in Germany rejects hobby hunting for endangered species. In the Netherlands, the importation of trophies from endangered species is prohibited, in France at least for lions. The UK government is also currently planning a ban.

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Exhibitors offer kills of turtle doves, puffins and songbirds (!!!)

Bird protectors criticize the fact that the organizer Messe Dortmund GmbH also offers companies a platform at the “Hunting and Dog” trade fair that offers endangered migratory birds such as turtles – bird of the year 2020 -, quail and songbirds in southern Europe or the Balkans.

As reported by the Committee Against Bird Murder (CABS), biologists have evaluated the list of exhibitors at the fair in recent weeks and have come across a total of eight companies that have made killing European migratory birds a business model for a fee.


For example, the three tour operators “Absolute Hunting & Wingshooting”, “Diana Hunting Tours” and “Merle Hunting Travel” offer kills of turtle pigeons in Romania and Serbia. The French company “Séjour Chasse” offers wealthy customers the opportunity to shoot blackbirds and thrushes in France in autumn or rare double-tailed godwits in Russia.
If you prefer to shoot migrating songbirds near Madrid or aim at godwits in Armenia, contact the company “ICC Hunting Pleasure”!

Several exhibitors advertise the hunt for wild quail in the Balkans, including the German companies “K&K Premium Hunting Travel” and “Merle- Hunting Travel”.
The latter company demands 1,150 euros for a four-day “hunting arrangement quail hunt” in Romania and advertises that hunters can count on the shooting of 40 wild quail per day.

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For hunters who want to kill rare seabirds in Iceland, the German company “Malepartus Hunting Travel” has the right offer in the program.

For a flat rate of 1,040 euros, you can shoot two days from the boat on puffins, fulmares and guillemots – if you are traveling by yourself. There is also a hunt for snipe in Ireland and Scotland, which is advertised in the catalogs of the companies “Blaser Safaris” or “Diana Hunting Tours”.

Turtles, quail and snipe have decreased in large parts of the EU in recent years and are protected with great effort in Germany and its neighboring countries, according to the Committee against bird murder.

“The shooting down of endangered migratory birds destroys complex conservation projects in the breeding areas, accelerates the decline of these species and can never be sustainable,” said committee manager Alexander Heyd.

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The committee has therefore recommended in writing to Messe Dortmund GmbH today to separate itself from the exhibitors concerned at the “Hunting and Dog” trade fair.
The State Hunting Association, which officially acts as the “ideal sponsor” of the fair, was also asked to clearly distance itself from hunting endangered migratory birds and to exclude the eighth exhibitor from the fair.


My comment: The hunters always create the terror they need.

It seems like any animal in any country can be shoot down if one is an asshole and ready to pay the price: ibex in Kazakhstan, wild boar in Turkey, sable antelope in Argentina. Or warthogs in Mauritania, four days, five animals, 2800 euros.

A buffalo in South Africa, seven days, 11,800 euros. An elephant from Zimbabwe, on the other hand, already costs $ 34,500. The shooting of a giraffe should cost 1,500 euros, the mountain zebra 900 euros, a jackal 50 euros….

Wild animals are listed as surpluses to be reduced, as individualized evil, as the suspect guilty party that needs to be destroyed.

In the European Union, more than 53 million wild birds are legally shot down by hunters every year, including numerous species that are critically endangered in Germany.
In addition, there is an unknown number of animals that are killed each year in countries without evaluable data (Greece, Netherlands, Ireland and Great Britain) and outside the study area in the Mediterranean region or in Africa.

The battlefield is everywhere and what is a necessary act of killing is determined by the one who wants to carry it out.

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My best regards to all, Venus

India: January 2020 – New Rescue Videos From ‘Animal Aid Unlimited’.



We want to show you the latest videos we have received from our good and very well respected friends at ‘Animal Aid Unlimited’ in India. What these guys do to help save animals is amazing; as with everything they send to us; the videos show the full story, from terrible suffering starts through to completely transformed animals at the end. Enjoy watching these latest videos – bad starts but always happy endings !

Always donate if you can please – thanks;

Regards Mark (WAV).



Dear Mark,

Puppies have been the window of animal protection for many of us, pulling at our heartstrings with their unstoppable joy, their constant readiness to play, pull, romp and bounce. That’s probably why seeing a little one suffering with any ailment is shattering.

Being a puppy on the street is hard and many of the puppies we rescue have fallen ill or met with an accident. Your support helps us provide comfort care–after the medicine, after the bandages, after the food–to provide an environment for all species to be loved and to feel it. The value of your help can’t be measured even in lives saved, because it comes down to love given, and love received by the animals in every stage of healing.


Multiple fractures tore apart his jaw and his eye completely ruptured out of his socket when we rescued this incredibly loving street dog. His tongue was swollen twice its size and he couldn’t open his mouth when we rushed him to our hospital, gave him medicine for pain and swelling and wired his jaw in order to stabilize it so that he could lap up mashed up food. We tried to save his eye but the damage was too deep; we had to remove it. Despite terrible pain, Archie, even when soaked in his own blood, wagged his tail. Watch this sweet and heroic boy’s beauty shine from within.

When love calls, let’s answer. Please donate


Edward, a handsome and bright donkey, is happy now, but his story is devastating for the unfathomable ignorance that hurt him so deeply. Someone used wire to tie his legs together to keep him from wandering away. This injury sickens us more than “the usual” donkey abuse because it goes beyond the limit of simple ignorance and its effect is pure cruelty.

If you can get through the footage of his initial wound dressings to the end you’ll be glad you did--he’s not even limping now! Animals used for their labor are often suffer such terrible abuse, which is both physical and mental. But when the deeply hurt are healed, the world is sweeter.

Please donate.




Pinky is a lovely girl who had a serious laceration on her nose.

Thanks to your generous support, we were able to rescue Pinky soon after she was injured and suture up the wound so that she could completely heal within just a few weeks. We had already spayed this girl previously, and we are grateful that Pinky, as she is known by her care-givers, has neighbors who reported her injury and who pledge to feed and continue watching out for her in the future.

Please donate for wonderful results.


Meet the care givers:

Saagabai Gameti had never worked with animals. When she started in 2017 we asked her to wash animal bedding and clean their bowls as we slowly introduced her to taking care of dogs. We had no idea that within weeks, if not days, Saagabai would throw herself into the care of every animal she was near, and do so with the vast seriousness that only real love reveals. Never a day goes by without Saagabai’s energy lifting up those around her.


The real virus: human being

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Are you so selfish as to only stop eating the corpses of innocent animals solely out of fear of infectious diseases?
The consumption of animal body parts has been linked to diseases like mad cow disease, bird flu, swine flu and, most recently, the coronavirus, whose origins are believed to trace back to a Chinese meat market in the city of Wuhan.
The virus has infected more than 2,700 people and killed 80 as of last Sunday.
Do we need a pandemic for the most selfish people in modern times to stop consuming animal flesh and secretions?
And what happens, if the pandemic is over?

Some people have suggested going “vegan” due to these concerns, but here’s the thing: there are no vegans out of FEAR, just like there are no vegans “for health” or “the environment”.

People go vegan for justice; plant-based for other reasons.
Veganism is not a diet, but a rejection of all animal use and exploitation for human purposes.
The reason why we defend the term veganism so vehemently is that the word is supposed to convey an ethical stance and defend the rights of the most innocent and oppressed: non-human animals. (Anonymous for the voiceless)


And I mean…Ultimately, from a political and financial perspective, it will be considerably cheaper to let a seriously ill, amoral and infantile society dissolve in indignation, agitation and victim mentality than to find new, climate and animal friendly ways to advance us as humans.

There is only one being who has the right to judge people: a being of great wisdom, foresight and infallibility. A being full of justice and kindness: one yourself!

Of course, there are always plenty of basics to “judge” others, but the important thing is that you can only judge others, yourself.

– Of course you should boycott China, they eat everything, you only eat the right ones: cattle, sheep, rabbits, chickens, fish, goats …

– The Chinese eat and torture dogs. We have decent factory farming here, but you`re against factory farming, love animals and that’s why you eat a little meat.

With a well-manipulated brain and conscience, such otherwise common viral diseases can lead to a welcome outrage and aggression that ultimately work in favor of the ruling animal exploiters.

My best regards to all, Venus