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Horse Rescues Himself From Slaughter


December 28, 2016

Frisco, TX – A senior white horse with short ears destroyed by frostbite wasn’t on the rescue list at a kill pen in Frisco when Becky’s Hope was saving 9 mini donkeys from shipping to slaughter. Becky’s Hope had raised the funds needed to rescue the 9 miniature donkeys but were not planning on saving any other animals. The white horse saw the donkeys loading up, and determined to be on that trailer.

The white horse pushed his way through gates, down alleyways, passed yelling workers trying to stop his forward progress, but nothing would stop the horse. He reached the trailer, climbed aboard, and tried to melt into the herd of donkeys. “I firmly believe that he thought if he mixed in with the mini donkeys we wouldn’t notice. He’s like I’m just one of them. Got on the trailer with them, stood there like…

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41 elk died Wednesday morning after falling through ice in East Oregon



A  herd of 41 elk died Wednesday morning after falling through ice in east Oregon, according to wildlife officials.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said in a Wednesday Facebook post that the elk perished after falling through the ice on the Powder River.

“After several years of drought, Eastern Oregon is experiencing a real winter this year,” wildlife officials said in the post. “The extra moisture and snowpack will be good for wildlife and habitat in the long run, but conditions may be tough on critters this winter.”

Wildlife officials received a call from a person who lives near the reservoir and witnessed the incident, Brian Ratliff, district wildlife biologist at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Baker City office told the Baker City Herald.

Ratliff said wildlife officials went to the river to see whether they could save any of the elk, but the conditions were…

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More Than 800 Animals Find Loving Homes Thanks to One Woman Paying All Adoption Fees


Kim Pacini-Hauch doesn’t care about what price she has to pay – she just wants to make sure that every shelter pet in Sacramento has a loving home.

Source: More Than 800 Animals Find Loving Homes Thanks to One Woman Paying All Adoption Fees

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Vegan Shoe Shines Light on Cruelty of Ostrich Farms

Life or Lunch?

Los Angeles company Mink debuts cruelty-free ostrich leather flats to raise awareness of the big bird’s plight in the fashion industry.

Los Angeles-based vegan shoe company Mink released the first-ever pair of Italian-made faux ostrich shoes. Mink partnered with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to create the new hand-stamped ostrich-print ballerina shoe—available in black and “wine”—in an effort to raise awareness about the conditions ostriches face on leather farms. Celebrity stylist Rebecca Mink founded the company in 2000, which produces vegan shoes in the same Italian factory as top brands Christian Louboutin, Chanel, Jimmy Choo, and Dolce and Gabbana, amongst others. The PETAxMINK faux ostrich shoe is available for custom pre-order until January 8, 2017, and 20-percent of profits will be donated to PETA.

Source: Vegan Shoe Shines Light on Cruelty of Ostrich Farms

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What a Fish Knows

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“What a Fish Knows draws on the latest science to present a fresh look at these remarkable creatures in all their breathtaking diversity and beauty. Fishes conduct elaborate courtship rituals and develop lifelong bonds with shoalmates. They also plan, hunt cooperatively, use tools, curry favor, deceive one another, and punish wrongdoers. We may imagine that fishes lead simple, fleeting lives―a mode of existence that boils down to a place on the food chain, rote spawning, and lots of aimless swimming. But, as author Jonathan Balcombe demonstrates, the truth is far richer and more complex, worthy of the grandest social novel.”

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Why Shaming Is Bad Activism

Uzya Baktybay Skinned his Dog Alive and then forced him to “SIT” for a photoshoot

The Monsters Among Us

This sick individual has a video of a dog eating an elderly woman on his social media



The man you see in the above image above painfully skinned his dog while he was alive after sedating him. Then he took pictures of the poor skinned dog and proudly posted them on various social media sites. He continued to brag about the experience stating that he “enjoyed the process” and even noted that he had given the Staffordshire Terrier dog special sleeping pills to get him to fall asleep in the beginning, then woke him up forcing him to “SIT” for a photo shoot. This low-life human continued to brag as reported via social media and major Russian news sites.

A public outrage and urgent petition has been created because of these horrible acts demanding…

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I’ll Still Speak for You

Mercy for all Animals


I’ll lose friends.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll be shunned by family.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll jeopardize my job.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll be misunderstood.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll be mocked, insulted, laughed at and bullied.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll be despised, hated, taunted and threatened.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll be dismissed and ignored.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll be called self-righteous, an extremist, and a nutcase.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll know you won’t know. 

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll never be thanked.

I’ll still speak for you.

I’ll never be able to save most of you from cruelty and death.

I’ll still speak for you.

You are beloved creatures of the God I worship, a God of mercy and love.

“Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.”

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Giraffes Put Onto Endangered Species List

Nwo Report

Giraffes are now officially considered an endangered speciesGiraffes are now at risk of becoming extinct, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) warned on Tuesday. 

The population of the world’s tallest land mammal plummeted to well below 100,000 in 2015, and is feared to have shrunk even lower this year.

Due to the fact the giraffe population has shrunk an incredible 40 percent in the last 30 years, scientists have put them on the official watch list of threatened and endangered species. reports:

At a biodiversity meeting Wednesday in Mexico, the IUCN increased the threat level for 35 species and lowered the threat level for seven species on its “Red List” of threatened species, considered by scientists the official list of what animals and plants are in danger of disappearing.

The giraffe is the only mammal whose status changed on the list this year. Scientists blame habitat loss.

While everyone worries about elephants, Earth has…

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