We want to say ‘Hi’ to everyone that visits the site – and send thanks for you all sticking with us. We (WAV) are just about 18 months old now and still very much feeling our way as to what we do each day. We ask ourselves; what is best ? – lots of smaller posts or a few larger ones ?
I think at the moment, we are going to work with posting a few articles each day, as a lot of smaller articles can easily lead to larger, and maybe more important stuff, being overlooked or completely by passed.
We are literally going ‘World’ now – as you can see from our Clustrmap which shows where visitors are located; we have a truly international and wide range of visitors; which we very much welcome. Note that the red dots shown here are only for March – it is a fresh start each month.
We cannot individually thank all our friends from ‘everywhere’; there are just too many; but it is great to see visits from the USA, where we get lots; to friends in locations such as Egypt, Finland, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Taiwan, Bahrain and Azerbaijan – to mention just a few.
What gives us satisfaction is knowing that by having such friends and visitors, the issue of animal rights / welfare has now become a global phenomenon. The beauty of the internet and e mail now allows us to download videos to support our work; whilst also enabling our posts (for example) to be sent anywhere in the World at just the click of a mouse button. We have the technology now and so we are going to use it; especially video links / footage to further support what we are writing about.
There is a big world out there – so hit the road and spread the word !
Thanks for your continued support – and welcome to new advocates who have recently joined with us on this long road to giving animals more of a voice.
You can also visit our ‘sister’ site called ‘Serbian Animals Voice’ which was set up in 2005 to be a voice for strays in the Balkans, especially Serbia.
Here are a couple of links to the site so that you can check it out if you wish to find out more, and see how the ‘dream’ of being a voice for the strays all started from nothing. There is a lot of info; so check it out. From working on military jets and changing paths to the rights of animals; as the song by the brilliant Led Zepp says – ‘there’s still time to change the road you’re on’.
Our great advocate friends in the Balkans led by folks such as Slavica and Goran are still fighting the fight; and we thank them for that and their tenacity to never give up. We will still publish some updates of the Serbian shinter actions on both sites when we have up to date info.
Serbian Animals Voice main link – https://serbiananimalsvoice.com/
Serbian Animals Voice ‘About Us’ – https://serbiananimalsvoice.com/about-us/
Serbian Animals Voice ‘Facebook’ – https://www.facebook.com/groups/SerbianAnimalsVoice/
Serbia – latest (February 2020) news and actions. Please copy and send the sample letter provided if you can:
Be a Voice for the voiceless !
Regards Mark (England) and Venus Germany).