Day: March 3, 2020

Colombia: Petition – Jail to all those responsible for the Mistreatment of the Lion Jupiter. Please Sign and Crosspost.

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Jail to all those responsible for the mistreatment of the lion Jupiter

Petition – Jail to all those responsible for the mistreatment of the lion Jupiter

Addressed to: Government of Colombia

As a child he was saved from an unworthy life and constant mistreatment in a circus, and thanks to a beautiful woman the lion could be raised knowing love and care.

But one day the Administrative Department of Environmental Management said that the animal could not live in that place because it was not “safe” and he was transferred to a shelter in Córdoba, where he ended up almost dead for having left him without attention, that’s why I ask that those responsible for DAGMA respond to the Law for the mistreatment of this beautiful animal.

 

Petiion link – https://www.sosvox.org/en/petition/jail-to-all-those-responsible-for-the-mistreatment-of-the-lion-jupiter.html?utm_source=highlight&utm_medium=title&utm_campaign=campaign-p020320

USA: Central Park Carriage Horse Euthanized After Collapse; City Officials Call for Investigation Amid Public Protest.

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Central Park Carriage Horse Euthanized After Collapse; City Officials Call for Investigation Amid Public Protest

A 12-year-old horse was euthanized on Saturday after suffering cardiac issues in Central Park, the horses vet said

 

One day after a carriage horse collapsed in New York City’s Central Park and died a short time later, animal protestors crowded outside of the Clinton Park Stables to called for independent investigations into the working conditions for the city’s carriage horses.

The 12-year-old horse named Aisha was euthanized on Saturday hours after it was caught on video repeatedly collapsing over a 15-minute period.

“The horse showed sudden signs of distress around 12:30 pm on Saturday after doing a single ride and then waiting for approximately an hour and a half at the 7th Ave carriage stand. The vet and our emergency horse trailer were called immediately, and the horse unhitched and unharnessed,” said a spokesperson for the Historic Horse-Drawn Carriages of Central Park.

One day after a carriage horse collapsed in New York City’s Central Park and died a short time later, animal protestors crowded outside of the Clinton Park Stables to called for independent investigations into the working conditions for the city’s carriage horses.

The 12-year-old horse named Aisha was euthanized on Saturday hours after it was caught on video repeatedly collapsing over a 15-minute period.

“The horse showed sudden signs of distress around 12:30 pm on Saturday after doing a single ride and then waiting for approximately an hour and a half at the 7th Ave carriage stand. The vet and our emergency horse trailer were called immediately, and the horse unhitched and unharnessed,” said a spokesperson for the Historic Horse-Drawn Carriages of Central Park.

“Instead of calling a qualified vet, to help this horse, several carriage drivers tied him up with ropes, shoved, pulled him into a trailer and they took him back to the stable,” said Edita Birnkrant, executive director of NYCLASS (New Yorkers for Clean, Livable, and Safe Streets).

Birnkrant said carriage horses are overworked, under cared for, and put in dangerous situations every day with no accountability when things like this happen.

This is an industry out of control. That’s why we are calling on all the authorities who have the ability to fully, immediately shut down this abusive industry. We need a third-party investigation. It cannot be the very city agencies that are so inept to allow this abuse,” Birnkrant said.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Council Speaker Corey Johnson tweeted about the video on Sunday, calling for immediate investigations.

 

Watch the video footage here:

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/carriage-horse-euthanized-after-collapsing-in-central-park/2307707/?_osource=db_npd_nbc_wnbc_twt_shr

 

England: Can You Name Them ? – Police release pictures of huntsmen in Warwickshire hunt trespass on railway near Banbury.

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Police release pictures of huntsmen in Warwickshire hunt trespass on railway near Banbury

British Transport Police (BTP) have issued two photos of men they want to identify after a hunt ran amok and held up trains on New Year’s Day.

 

Two men wanted by British Transport Police after a New Year's Day incident involving a hunt running amok over the Banbury to Leamington railway

 

In an appeal to the public they have asked anyone who recognises the men to contact BTP.

The Banbury Guardian covered the story at the time. At that time Warwickshire Hunt denied that a hound had been struck by a train, claiming ‘all hounds had returned safely to kennels’, but BTP has confirmed that a dog was, indeed, hit.

 

The second photo of the huntsmen released by British Transport Police today

 

One train involved in the initial incident and was left waiting on the track while Network Rail workers tried to get the hunt to leave the railway, which they refused to do. Overall 21 services were affected because of the backlog of delays. Network Rail confirmed that the trains have forward facing CCTV and their examination of the film has resulted in today’s appeal.

A spokesman for BTP said: “Officers investigating an incident of trespass in Warwickshire are today releasing these images in connection.

“On January 1 shortly before 1pm, officers were called to the lines in Claydon following reports of a group of trespassers on the tracks. Thankfully, no injuries were reported, however a dog was sadly hit by a train.

“The incident caused significant delays and cost to the railway. Officers believe the people in the CCTV images may have information which could help their investigation.

“If you recognise them or have any information please contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 305 of 01/01/2020.

  “Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

England: Kent Wildlife Rescue Service.

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WAV is located in Kent, England; and also in Germany.

Here is a copy of a flyer that we have had from ‘Kent Wildlife Rescue Service’ who are here in ‘our’ home county; including a phone number for help and advice with a wildlife casualties.

We have lots of visitors from England – ‘Hi English folks’;  welcome !

Thanks WAV.

Regards Mark

 

Kent Wildlife Rescue Service

 

 

The bleeding zone

 

 

This is the reality of a rabbit slaughterhouse in Spain.
– Rabbits are transported in containers after a stressful 12-hour trip.
– They take them to the “bleeding zone” and hang them upside down.
Terrified wait watching while others are killed right in front of them.
– And, then, it is their turn to also be HANGED, DEGOLLATED and DISPELELED for meat.

Is it only in Spain?
No! This is how it works in all totalitarian, fascist systems, as well as the system of human animals, which they have constructed against all other animal species.

This fascist system of the stronger race enables us per se to practice the worst torture, injustice and exploitation of other animal species, with the only justification not to belong to the same species.

Every totalitarian system has perpetrators and victims.
We are on the side of the victims.

My best regards to all, Venus