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Today it’s one month since you went OTRB.
I love you so much, you are deeply missed. Every day when I come home I expect you to be here, but you are not there, when I make breakfast, lunch and dinner you are not there, when I wake up, when I go to sleep.
I hope you had a good life and if there is any kind of life after this I hope you are happy. Run free my friend
Why do humans have to re-create any other living being?
We certainly doesn’t do it to help them but to please our own desires.
Is it ethical to act as if we own other beings and use them for our own purposes and egoistic desires?
I don’t agree to any kind of breeding, there are lots of animals who need help – let’s help them instead. There is most certainly a shelter close to where you live where there are animals who needs your attention ❤
Source: Why Create Wolfdogs?
Excellently written about our social norms and how they affect our lives from birth
by Hj Srikanth
Source: Social conditioning and exploitation of lives – A reality check
Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals and the answer is:
‘Because animals are like us.’
Ask the experimenters why it is morally okay to experiment on animals, and the answer is:
‘Because the animals are not like us.’
Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction.
Prof. Charles R. Magel
Here is some good information provided by Animals Australia on why we do not need animal testing.
That it is cruel and unethical is obvious to any sentient being, but it’s also not necessary
Another thing I Always Think of is: Any person who donates to a medical charity is potentially assisting to fund research involving animals.
Just came across this page with later information on Fukushima:
The world’s largest bleeding sore – Fukushima Daiichi
The horror story isn’t over. But you hear nothing in the news or elsewhere.
Thank you to MarTinez Butts for sharing this info.
A new chapter in Emma’s life.
Excellent blog about the time when your loved fur friend is getting older.
AFC – Animals and Literature.
Beautiful but sad poems by i.e. Patty James