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Stop Driven Hunt in Limpopo, South Africa
« Reply #568 on: September 08, 2015, 07:14:58 PM »
Stop Driven Hunt in Limpopo, South Africa

Posted on Facebook  by the NSPCAOn Monday the 7th September hundreds of wild animals will be killed in a mass slaughter as part of a driven hunt in Limpopo, South Africa, on 3 game farms just outside of Alldays.A variety of wild animals including antelope, baboon and warthog will be chased down a specially cleared 2km stretch of land into a wall of gunfire.Foreign hunters, in South Africa for a week of entertainment will be standing on purpose built platforms along the slaughter strip ready to take pot shots at these terrified animals. The animals have no chance of evading the onslaught and the hunters have no way of ensuring a clean shot or a humane death.The animal â?? targetsâ?? are moving and there is no way to control the species or age of the animals that will be killed. The animals will likely not be used for meat or trophies as their bodies will be riddled with lead.The hunt will last for 1 week and hundreds of animals will be injured and or killed daily. Hundreds of animals will suffer, just to entertain a few individuals.Driven Hunting is not illegal, but it most certainly is unethical and inhumane as a clean shot and certain death cannot be guaranteed.Not killing the animal outright or with a second shot immediately, is certainly a contravention of the Animals Protection Act.Please help up to stop this by appealing to the Limpopo Department of Environmental Affairs to stop this hunt immediately. Please email your concerns politely to [email protected] or call their office on 015 2907070.Please raise your voices and say NO to this horrendous, cruel mass slaughter.

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Stop the Needless Killing of Dogs All Over The World!
« Reply #569 on: September 11, 2015, 07:16:05 PM »
Stop the Needless Killing of Dogs All Over The World!

Every minute, around the world some 38 dogs are needlessly killed because of preventable problems. That's nearly 55,000 dogs per day!  You love your dog unconditionally and make sure they are safe and provided for; shouldn't every dog have the right to live without suffering? Overpopulation and fear of rabies are at the heart of this cruel and unnecessary slaughter. That's why World Animal Protection supports mass vaccination programs, which are the only way to effectively stop the spread of rabies, and promotes humane steps to address overpopulation including educating owners and supporting legislation, dog registration, vaccination, sterilization, and re-homing.  World Animal Protection is working to save the lives of millions of dogs around the world — but it's going to take all of us raising our voices together to get the job done.  Sign the petition and join World Animal Protection in the fight for a better world for all dogs. After you sign, you can register to receive a free custom dog tag, so every time you take your dog for a walk, you are walking with all dogs.

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Demand that Rafael and "beasts of burden" receive better treatment
« Reply #570 on: September 14, 2015, 07:12:10 PM »
Demand that Rafael and "beasts of burden" receive better treatment

Horses, mules, donkeys and burros are beaten, starved and overworked to the brink of death everyday in towns and villages around the world.  These animals are referred to as 'beasts of burden' and the burdens they bear often make their lives a living hell.  Rafael, a horse harnessed to a decrepit cart filled with scrap metal, was on his knees in the middle of a busy street in Juarez Mexico.  He was being beaten severely by his owner.  A kind samaritan stopped the man and called police.  Rafael was malnourished with his ribs sticking out from his sides.  He suffered from deep, raw wounds made by both the beating and the harnesses.  The rescuers reported that it took them close to an hour to remove the harness as it was so old and convoluted.  It was clear that the harness had never been removed from the horse and that he was harnessed to the cart day and night.Horses and animals such as Rafael need protections from vicious treatment by their owners. We demand that a law be implemented in Juarez to protect these animals by requiring adequate nutrition, water, and breaks during their working days.  We demand that humane harnesses be required and that carts be in good working order.  We remind the lawmakers in Juarez that these horse drawn carts are used in the public roads and highways where when poorly functioning, can be a danger to the public.  Just as cars are required to be in good working order to travel the public roads, so should horse drawn carts.   Finally, horses, mules, donkeys and burros are living, feeling beings who suffer and die at the hands of irresponsible, cruel owners.  Being "beasts of burden" they work their entire lives on behalf of humans and deserve nothing less than what we have demanded in this petition.
For more information about the CAPE Animal Santuary visit: http://www.capeanimals.org/
For more information about Compassion Without Borders visit: http://cwob.org/

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Save the Lives of Russian Polar Bears
« Reply #571 on: September 18, 2015, 07:01:45 PM »
Save the Lives of Russian Polar Bears

Russia and other world governments need to take dramatic action to save polar bears from extinction. According to Polar Bears International's chief scientist Steve Amstrup:
â??We generally expect to lose two-thirds of the world's bears by midcentury and possibly the rest by the end of the century if we don't mitigate the rise in greenhouse gases."
Four of the world's 19 polar bear populations make their home in Russian waters and on its coasts. Experts do not know the exact size of these populations, but it's clear that Russia's polar bears face many threats.

Climate change is is melting the sea ice polar bears need to survive, forcing the animals to  spend more time on land and away from the seals that are the staple of their diets.
Poaching remains a significant threat despite Russia's ban on polar bear hunting. A 2013 report found that as many as 200 Russian polar bears are killed each year by poachers.
Arctic oil and gas exploration will present a growing threat to polar bears. Melting sea ice opens new areas to oil and gas drilling. Such operations fuel climate change as fossil fuels are recovered and burned. More drilling would also increase the risk of polar bear-killing oil spills and create the need for more onshore drilling infrastructure in areas where polar bear mothers birth their young.
 
Help save Russia's polar bears. Urge President Vladimir Putin to take concrete action to save them.

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Send a Message of Hope to Those Living with Cancer
« Reply #572 on: September 23, 2015, 07:00:48 PM »
Send a Message of Hope to Those Living with Cancer

When someone sits down with their doctor and hears the words "you have cancer," that diagnosis is just the beginning of a long and difficult process.  A cancer diagnosis can mean long hours spent in the hospital, huge medical bills, painful treatments, and fear.  But there is also hope.   Today doctors are finding new and more effective ways to combat cancer and give people a chance to survive and thrive. But one of the most important ways to beat cancer is the support and solidarity of friends, loved ones, and community.  1 in 2 people will receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime, but with smart doctors working around the clock, and with the support of those around them, 2 in 3 will survive it.  Take action today! Add your name and message of support, and let your friends, family, and community know that when it comes to conquering cancer, we're all in it together.  See Conquer.org for references.

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Ensure Stricter Punishment for Animal Abuse & Cruelty
« Reply #573 on: September 27, 2015, 07:08:56 PM »
Ensure Stricter Punishment for Animal Abuse & Cruelty

Rhode Island is faced with animal cruelty issues and a lawmaker wants to see tighter stricter laws and penalties that would curtail and eventually end the continual abuse on animals.  This move came after a poor dog had to be euthanized resulting from being emaciated.  Rep. William O’Brien has tried to get these tougher laws and penalties for several years without luck and we are hoping that with our support, animals can be saved throughout the state. 
Representative O’Brien, in regards to animal cruelty, states that "stuff like this deserves to be treated as a felony. They deserve to go to jail. No one has a right to do that to a dog, or to any animal. And increased penalties work.” Currently, animal abuse, cruelty and neglect is only considered to be a misdemeanor, which is much too lenient for such crimes! Several such cases of animal cruelty have been outlined in the following article at http://www.turnto10.com/story/30001592/north-providence-man-whose-dog-starved-to-death-faces-charges.
Stricter laws and stiffer penalties need to be implemented that will be more effective in protecting animals.  The SPCA is also stepping forwarding with new legislation that will make these types of laws tougher! Our efforts are to support such a plan that could and would end animal cruelty.  You can help us in our efforts by signing and sharing this petition.  Let’s be a loud voice for those without a voice!

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Fight Deforestation and Prevent Climate Change!
« Reply #574 on: October 16, 2015, 07:01:23 PM »
Fight Deforestation and Prevent Climate Change!

Trees serve a number of important purposes: they provide habitat for wildlife and help reduce harmful carbon in the air. But irresponsible agricultural practices can lead to massive deforestation, and millions of acres of rainforest are destroyed every year.  It is absolutely critical that we save the trees and rainforests. When trees are cut down, they can no longer absorb carbon. Even more dangerous—the trees release stored carbon into the atmosphere when they are cut. The increased carbon in the air contributes to climate change, which is threatening the global environment.Over one billion people around the world—often impoverished—rely on forests to earn a livelihood. Smallholder farms face increasing challenges from rising temperatures and erratic rainfall patterns caused by climate change. In addition to helping farms adapt to these challenges, the Rainforest Alliance trains farmers in methods that safeguard the health of the land for future generations while boosting yields for today's markets. Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms protect the long-term well-being of the farming community, as well as the vitally important forests and wildlife.
 Help the Rainforest Alliance—pledge to buy products that carry the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal of approval, and join the fight to save rainforests and our climate.

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EPA Should Begin an Immediate, Rapid Phase-out of Roundup
« Reply #575 on: October 19, 2015, 07:02:15 PM »
EPA Should Begin an Immediate, Rapid Phase-out of Roundup

A new study on Roundup’s link to liver and kidney disease supports the growing body of evidence that says Roundup is not safe - not even at very very low levels!Previously, adverse effects on animals found in most studies with glyphosate-based herbicides (GBH) like Roundup were based on levels that were generally higher than levels humans and wildlife were regularly exposed to. However the new study, published in last month’s Environmental Health, found “ultra low-dose” exposure to Roundup” to be “associated with wide-scale alterations of the liver and kidney” enough to cause “pathological changes in these organs.”Though it may take time for serious adverse effects on these organs to show up, study author Michael Antoniou told Truthout, there will indeed “be harm given enough time.”
“Meanwhile,” says Truthout, use of Roundup “has skyrocketed, increasing more than 250 times over the past four decades in the US, according to estimates.”Despite Monsanto and EPA attempts to discredit and downplay the science prompting WHO's decision to label GBHs as probable human carcinogens, the results of this new and other studies are “concerning“ warns Antoniou, "given glyphosate's widespread use.”EPA has run out of excuses for keeping Roundup on the market.Sign this petition to insist EPA begin an immediate and rapid phase-out of Roundup and other GBHs.

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