Tuesday, December 29, 2009

How To Prevent Animal Cruelty

Have you ever seen someone hurting an animal and felt like you couldn't do anything to stop it? Well, read on—there are important ways that you can speak up.

Get Help! If you see someone hurting an animal, or know of an animal who looks sick, injured or does not have adequate food, water or shelter, you can do something about it. Never try to help the animal yourself. Instead, tell an adult you trust. Together, you and an adult can call the police or your local animal shelter. It's very important to inform the police because animal cruelty is against the law in all 50 states.

Write Everything Down! Be prepared to provide information on the cruel act that you witnessed. Write down what you saw happen, who was involved, the date of the incident and where it took place.

Be Responsible! Don't let your animal friends roam free. Keep your cats indoors. Dogs should always be on leash and supervised when they're outside.

Be a Leader Be kind to animals and others will follow. Let your family, friends, classmates and adults know that hurting animals is not cool.

Volunteer Your Time! You're never too young to volunteer your time helping animals. Contact your local animal shelter or humane society for junior volunteer programs. For a list of shelters in your area, search our National Shelter Directory.

Spread the Word! Share facts and information about the prevention of animal cruelty and responsible pet care with your friends, family, teachers, neighbors and classmates.

Invite a Guest Speaker to Your School. Ask your teacher to have someone from your local animal shelter or humane society come and speak to the students in your school. These awesome animal lovers teach kids all kinds of things such as pet care, dog bite prevention, how to pet a dog and how to stop cruelty.

Start a Club! With the help of one of your teachers, organize an animal lovers' club at your school.

Check it Out! In order to stop animal abuse, we need to understand WHY people are cruel to animals.

You can see the ASPCA's own animal cops in action on Animal Precinct, a television show on Animal Planet.


I didn't write this article. I found it here:

I think it's important because if we follow these simple tips we CAN make a difference to end animal cruelty.
P.S. I accidentally deleted this post, so I'm posting it again.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Save the Whales... and the dolphins too, please

I just watched an amazing movie about dolphin slaughter in Japan.
It's called The Cove, you can get it at redbox vending machines for $1 a night.
It blew my mind.
I cried at parts, I screamed at the people on the screen, I knashed my teeth and bit my lip.
And this movie? It's all real. It's a documentary.
It is completely and utterly horrifying.

Visit the site here.

The following information is from that site:

  1. Write to our leaders and help get the word out in Japan
  2. Learn more about dolphins in captivity
  3. Calculate your mercury exposure
  4. Help Save Japan Dolphins' efforts on the frontlines
  5. Support the filmmakers with your donation


Who eats dolphin meat?
The Cove begins in Taiji, Japan, where former dolphin trainer Ric O’Barry has come to set things right after a long search for redemption. In the 1960s, it was O’Barry who captured and trained the 5 dolphins who played the title character in the international television sensation “Flipper.”
But his close relationship with those dolphins – the very dolphins who sparked a global fascination with trained sea mammals that continues to this day -- led O’Barry to a radical change of heart. One fateful day, a heartbroken Barry came to realize that these deeply sensitive, highly intelligent and self-aware creatures so beautifully adapted to life in the open ocean must never be subjected to human captivity again. This mission has brought him to Taiji, a town that appears to be devoted to the wonders and mysteries of the sleek, playful dolphins and whales that swim off their coast.
But in a remote, glistening cove, surrounded by barbed wire and “Keep Out” signs, lies a dark reality.  It is here, under cover of night, that the fishermen of Taiji, driven by a multi-billion dollar dolphin entertainment industry and an underhanded market for mercury-tainted dolphin meat, engage in an unseen hunt.  The nature of what they do is so chilling -- and the consequences are so dangerous to human health -- they will go to great lengths to halt anyone from seeing it.
Undeterred, O’Barry joins forces with filmmaker Louis Psihoyos and the Oceanic Preservation Society to get to the truth of what’s really going on in the cove and why it matters to everyone in the world.  With the local Chief of Police hot on their trail and strong-arm fishermen keeping tabs on them, they will recruit an “Ocean's Eleven”-style team of underwater sound and camera experts, special effects artists, marine explorers, adrenaline junkies and world-class free divers who will carry out an undercover operation to photograph the off-limits cove, while playing a cloak-and-dagger game with those who would have them jailed. The result is a provocative mix of investigative journalism, eco-adventure and arresting imagery that adds up to an urgent plea for hope. 
The Cove is directed by Louie Psihoyos and produced by Paula DuPre Pesman and Fisher Stevens.  The film is written by Mark Monroe.  The executive producer is Jim Clark and the co-producer is Olivia Ahnemann.

The following photos are very graphic; skip if you have a weak stomach. They are of the dolphin slaughter.

Luckily, since the filming (including hidden cameras!) ended, changes have already begun. The question is, is it enough?

Guess what posters I'll be plastering over my notebooks and walls and distributing to my friends? That's right...

You've heard of Saving the Whales, but dolphin slaughter is sooo much worse.

Dolphins are smart. People-smart. Smarter-than-people smart.
Have you ever interacted with a wild dolphin? Not at SeaWorld. Not in the kitchy Bahamian "swim with dolphins" gig. Wild dolphins. Swimming at the prow of your boat, rolling to look up at you, wild and free but interested in you and so unafraid.

The following is from the blog of my family's two-year trip in the Caribbean, living on our 40-foot sailboat. My mom wrote it:

"We had a fantastic day-sail up to Belize, and by mid-afternoon had the islands of the Sapodilla Cays in sight. As we approached the long barrier reef in incredibly clear blue water, we were approached by a school of dolphins. They stayed with us for an hour, playing in the bow wake, rolling over to look up at us, and I even touched one, leaning over the bow with my outstretched arm as he swam back and leaped out of the water under my hand. Olivia and I spent a long time watching and talking to them. It was really magical!

To watch a movie about these dolphins, click here."

(Sorry, the link to the movie doesn't have anything on it, I need to tell my mom about that... it's basically footage of the dolphins swimming alongside us, and us rubbing their bellies. They LOVED it, no joke, they totally LOVED it. They'd press against our hands.)

Please. Think. Do.

The oceans aren't ours. They aren't anyone's.

Keep them safe. Protect their creatures.

Saturday, December 26, 2009


Have you ever seen a fox before? With it's beautiful fur? Well, some people capture and kill animals such as foxes because they want the fur. They want the fur fr their own greedy purposes, such as fancy clothing or sell the fur for money. But what happens to the animals? The animals suffer because fur hunters don't have the procedure painless. Instead, they use wire, traps and snares to trap the poor animals. Some animals even try to bite their own bones and limbs off to get free of the trap. That just shows how much it really hurts. When the hunter finally frees them, it's already too late. It's just incredibly sad. Here's a chart i got from that shows how many animals it "takes" to make the clothes.

Number of target      animals in 40" coat Number of 'Trash'    animals per coat      Total hours spent in a trap

Coyote                                            16                                        48                             960                      

Lynx                                                18                                        54                            1080

Mink                                               60                                        108                           3600

Opossum                                         45                                        135                           2700                  

Otter                                                20                                        60                            1200                  

Red Fox                                           42                                        126                          2520             

Raccoon                                           40                                        120                           2400                  

Sable                                                50                                         150                         3000                       
Seal                                                   8                                           -                              32                       

Muskrat                                            50                                        150                         1500              

Beaver                                              15                                          45                            225                                                                              


- Statistics from Skin Trade Primer by Susan Russell, published by Friends of Animals

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Sunday, December 20, 2009

Lithuania Teenager Throws Dog Off Bridge

This is SUPER sad! This is PURE animal cruelty!

WARNING: Watch at your own risk! This is VERY sad! The video cuts out where the dog is thrown over...but if you want to see the whole thing....ONLY watch the full thing if you are very strong stomached! Because it is very sad! To see the FULL report...go HERE...

Wasn't that SUPER sad! Sign this petition if you think that this man should have a loner sentence! he only got 8 months of jail! I will report this-the dog, Pepper, has died. The man who did this is only getting 8 months as I said before. Click ANYWHERE is this paragraph to sign the petition!

(sorry people! Sort of the wrong video.....)

Dog Fighting, Cock Fighting, and One Un-Won Challenge

Every day, a pit bull fights for its life in an arena with another pit bull. Every moment, two roosters stare each-other down until their owners pushes them forward for them to fight. Every time a bell rings, one of these species has died, and one species has won the challenge. Many gangs do these illegally. It all happens right under our noses, right in our own neighborhood, maybe even right next door.

My Pit Bull Rescue
It was getting late, and my mom and brother had both went to bed. My dad and I were watching a movie, when two teenage girls knocked on the door. We opened the door to find that the teenagers were not alone. They had a box of pit bull puppies in their arms, and the mother of the pit bulls was standing right behind them. "Do you know who owns these dogs?" one of the girls asked. "No, I'm not sure." my dad replied. "Okay, sorry for bothering you." the girls walked away. They were just barely down the street when my dad walked out the door. I followed him and we went to see the puppies. They were so cute! It was obvious the mother used to fight. It had scars, and a large collar around its neck. It was as sweet as ever though. My dad offered to take the puppies and try to find the owners. We got our car, put the puppies in them along with the mother. We fed the puppies and gave them water. They ate so fast, the food bowl was sliding across the floor. I gave each puppy a short bath in the sink (they were about a month old) and we kept the mother in the laundry room (we have a big laundry room). The next day, our neighbor came over, and offered to help take care of them with us. That same day, we drove to a place called "Pit bull Paradise" and gave them the puppies and the mother. On the way their, one of the puppies kept puking everywhere, but stopped later on. I was so proud to know that I saved a family of Pit bulls. All I wanted to do that day though, was strangle the guy/girl who did this to their dogs.

That's my story! Another thing I want to tell you about is Cock fighting. Roosters are kept in rotten conditions, and are forced to fight other roosters until death. People place bets on their animal, and whoever wins, gets the money.

The Un-Won Challenge
Bull fighting! How horrible is it? Male bulls are tied up, teased, have their... er, "body parts" yanked, then forced to have a human on their back just so the humans will be knocked off! Please don't go to a Bull fight. Sure, you can't get more "Texas" than that, but it doesn't mean it's right.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Birds in the Air

    Birds in the care-free....not bothering to see what is happening below them. The destruction...destruction of their home...of their lives....
    Birds in the air are trying to escape. But for what? For a new home that won't be there when they get to it? For a new life which won't be able to start? For a change? Which won't ever happen?
    Birds in the air are creatures. Living, breathing, just like us. But do they kill us off? NO! Do they make us move to new homes? NO! Do they make us change our ways? NO!
    Why do we kill them off? For our own needs. Why do we make them move to new homes? For our own needs. Why do we make them change their ways? For our own needs.
    Do we need to have these destructive ways? Do we need to be so cruel? DO WE NEED TO BE LIKE MONSTERS? Do we really need to behave like this?
    We are no more superior then a fish in the sea. For we are animals also. We should respect others ways. We respect each other. Do we not? Then why not respect the whole animal kingdom?
    Are we too selfish? Are we too demanding? Are we really that unobservant to see that other species, need our help. Our help to keep them living. To keep them breathing.
    Do we need to change our ways? I say yes to this. Can we help them? I say yes to this. Can we prevent the destruction to the mammals we call our friends? I say yes to this.
    Can we help those who need a new start in life? Yes. Those who can't help themselves? Yes. Those who can't speak for themselves? Yes. Those who always need us there? Yes.

  Birds in the air are trying to escape. But for what? For a new home that won't be there when they get to it? For a new life which won't be able to start? For a change? Which won't ever happen?


Friday, December 11, 2009

Misunderstood for Funny

I've seen things that say "Fattest Cat" and people will think it's funny. That's not true. Fat cats live sad lives, and it's not the right way to live for a human, or a cat. The same goes for any other animal. It's actually considered animal cruelty. Their was a cat that lived longer than any other cat and it ate bacon and drank coffee all day (says the book) but that doesn't mean that your cat will live that long living off stuff that is bad for humans.

Tips for Preventing a Fat Pet
  1. Don't feed your pet scraps.
  2. Don't "spoil" your dog with food from the fork.
  3. Don't ever give your pet candy or sweets. It can kill them.
  4. DO let your pet run outside (if a four legged animal) and if a bird, let them stretch their wings outside of the cage.
Those are a few things that you should think about. If you have any tips, please comment with them! The more information for others (and yourself) the better.


Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Very Sad Video!

 Hi, as the title says, this is a very sad video but it is perfect for this blog.


 If you watched this, I warned you! So that video is (almost) this entire blog is about. So try to read all the posts so you can see what you can do to make a difference!

                                  -CherrystarLuv and all the Members of Voice!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

8 facts about animal cruelty

8 Facts About Animal Cruelty
1.In many circuses, wild and exotic animals are trained through the use of intimidation and physical abuse. Former circus employees have reported seeing animals beaten, whipped, poked with sharp objects and even burned to force them to learn their routines!

2.Elephants who perform in circuses are often kept in chains for as long as 23 hours a day from the time they are babies.

3.More than 15 million warm-blooded animals are used in research every year.

4.Scientists estimate that 100 species go extinct every day! That's about one species every 15 minutes.
5.Tens of thousands of wild and domesticated horses from the United States are cruelly slaughtered every year to be used for horsemeat in Europe and Asia. Since the last horse slaughter plants in the U.S. were closed in 2007, thousands of horses have been shipped to Canada and Mexico for slaughter
6.A fur coat is pretty cool—for an animal to wear. Eighteen red foxes are killed to make one fox-fur coat, 55 minks to make a mink coat.
7.Animal cruelty basically refers to any act of violence, brutality or even neglect directed towards any animals.
8.What we can do to help abused animals:Do promote spay and neutering of animals.
Do not breed for profit--- there are enough animals here already.
Do be kind to animals.
Do not stand idly by as someone is not. (Call the police- if nothing else)
Do provide help for an animal.
Do not do nothing or keep animal cruelty a secret.
Do spread the word. Once you are aware, make others aware.
Do be a responsible pet owner.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Issues of Animal Cruelty

Animals for Entertainment

Since 1990 captive elephants have killed 43 people. Elephants are peaceful animals, and this suggests that their treatment and cruel training techniques cause the animal to suffer and act in defence.

Bullfights and cockfights still exist in today's world. Bullfights in particular being incredibly gruesome and cruel, with animals being tortured and having spears thrown into their backs until they finally succumb to a slow death.
Greyhounds after finishing their racing life are often killed or sent for experimentation.

Animal Experimentation

It is said that over 70 million animals are tortured and killed in US laboratories each year. Rabbits are routinely blinded in a process named the 'Draize' test. The Draize test protects companies from potential lawsuits, and does not necessarily protect or guarantee human safety. Purchasing cosmetics from companies who specify no animal testing is one small step that can be taken to prevent animal cruelty. The medical research field also take part in animal experimentation.

Factory Farming

Over 10 billion animals are slaughtered for human consumption each year. From cattle to chickens. Laying hens are kept in tiny cages, and many of the hens die from stress or disease. Dairy farmers are known to keep cows pregnant via artificial insemination to improve the cows productivity.

Fur Farms

Animals are 'harvested' for their fur on 'fur farms', millions of animals each year are killed. Animal cruelty is also prevalent in the trapping of animals, which is one known method many trappers use.


Hunting is one unnecessary method of animal cruelty. Whilst some hunting takes place for food consumption, many other animals die a slow and painful death for no other reason than to pleasure the hunter.

Exotic animals such as rhinos, elephants, tigers and etcetera are hunted and sold on the black market. This practice still exists in today's world.

Over harvesting of fish in our waters has led to threatened populations.

Golf Balls

The title says it all! Golf Balls! Yep, that's right. Let's say it one more time! GOLF BALLS! But, wait, not any ordinary golf balls, but.....ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY GOLF BALLS!!! I know these are sort of old....but these help the environment!  If you heat one of these bad boys into some water, they disintegrate and keep the waters safe for a much longer time!! These help from killing whales, birds, or even just making it ugly and inconvenient to get them back! These make it so YOU don't have to find a way to get them out of the water! Or worry about what will happen!

Another reason is that some people like to shoot golf balls into the ocean or lakes. So instead of using un-friendly golf balls, they can use these for their "practice shoots"!! Yay for GOLF BALLS!!!

There you have it! A sport that will keep the planet cleaner and safer for many more generations!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Help Stop Puppy Mills

Most pet stores that sell puppies buy them from puppy mills. An ethical breeder would never sell their puppy to a pet store. Puppy mills are horrible places where dogs are bred in cramped cages. The breeder dogs spend their whole lives without ever seeing the sun, and when they can no longer have puppies, they are often just left somewhere on the roadside. The puppies are often sick and are predisposed to diseases like hip displasia or collie eye anomaly(hereditary diseases as well as many other problems too). They may appear healthy and playful, but in truth they aren't(or soon won't be). After the horrible treatment they recieve in the puppy mills(which can be compared to a factory mass producing something to sell that will cost a lot but will soon break, just after the time period for returning it is over), pet stores often do no better. One by my house keeps the dogs in tiny steel cages where they never go on walks or see the sunlight until they are bought. They are taught to potty in their cages, and more than once I've seen them playing with something dangerous- a plastic baggie that could block their airway if swallowed. I remember seeing exotic monkeys, birds, and even a tiger(as well as ducks, chickens or other domesic birds) at that store in cages near the ceiling(because the cages are stacked in rows up up up to the ceiling). Some people take pity on the puppies they find in pet stores, but that only adds to the business- if they know they will have business for their puppies, they will breed those puppies.
If a pet store by your house sells puppies(or even if it doesn't) it can become a Puppy Friendly Pet Store. If they choose to do so, they pledge to stop selling puppies(any puppies remaining in the store after 30 days must be ones purchased before signing the contract), and can showcase local pets available for adoption. Go here to print out the pledge sheet to give to the pet store.
The link above goes to a special page on this site:



I read Petalstar's lowe's post and I was reading the comments and Eskan wrote PETION PETION! So it gave me an Idea to do a blog petion.You put your first name or your blog name and then once we get a lot of signatures we'll give the link to lowe's and then we could stop the glue.If you aren't a team member on this blog just post a comment below the post and then I or another Team Member will post you blogger name or first name.
No more Glue Traps!

  1. Tanlines From Flip Flops

  2. Petalstar

  3. Eskan

  4. Emma

  5. Natacat

  6. .Kinga

  7. *Brooke*

  8. Dreamstar

  9. Fallenleaf

  10. Shadowflower

  11. Tessa
  12. Cherrystarluv
  13. Olive Tree
  14. Autumstar

Thursday, November 12, 2009

My review from Lowe's

Hello, everyone. I recently E-Mailed Lowe's because they sell glue traps, which inhumanely kill animals. They get stuck to them and die of starvation. I sent them an email and this is their reply:

Dear Lauren (Last name):

Thank you for sharing your thoughts with Lowe?s. The EPA recommends glue traps
as a safe and affordable alternative to poisons, and we are committed to
providing our customers with the options they request.

We changed our merchandise offering to cut in half the number of glue traps we
offer. To give our customers a choice, Lowe?s offers 20 different products, from
poisons to snap and glue traps to electronic systems.

Thank you,


I actually didn't email them, I commented on the page at the bottom of this post. The thing is, you have to know a Lowe's store by your area, and put the ZIP code.

I think if we all boycott Lowe's and email them, we CAN accomplish something!

Here is the link:

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

You know what strange?

I was watching Saturday Night Live and they made fun of the lady who sings the song in the comercial like the show always does but they were kinda saying my opinion in way that I mentioned in my first post.Wich was kinda strange considering I said it a good long time before they even filmed that episode Saturday Night Live because it was last saturday night.I'm glad others thought that though.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Animal Abuse Firsthand Part II

  My friend, let's call her Megan, went cross-country last summer, so her family hired a pet sitter to watch their four cats, six fish, and dog. About two weeks before they were sceduled to come home, they called to check on their pets.
  "You'd better come back early," The pet sitter just said, before hanging up.
  Worried, her family left for home. Upon reaching it, they were horrified.
  Mozart, their orange cat, had ran away.
  Hazel, a cat they'd recently saved from the Humane Society(she'd been abused) was famished and under the couch.
  Ginger, their dog, lost ten pounds.
  Angel, their grey cat, had also run away.
  Gracie, their other grey cat, was locked in a closet.
  And there was animal waste everywere; the house sitter had left the door open and brought lots of strays.
  Their house was ruined. And their animals were starved.
  Soon later, they found a dead black cat in  their basement. It wasn't theirs, but still, that's terrible.
  Now they're living in a rental, waiting for their house to be fixed.
  But luckily, Mozart and Angel came back as soon as their humans did, and Ginger, Hazel, and Gracie all soon got healthy again.
  But the thing is, the house sitter somehow managed to abuse many animals without even meaning to.
  I know none of you would do this, but I'm telling you this so you take a little care choosing a pet sitter and maybe adopt an animal from your Humane Society.

The Case Against Factory Farming

I'm semi-vegetarian. I only eat free-range meat that I've seen alive and know it had a good, natural, wholesome life. I don't have a problem with eating animals that were happy. It's human nature to eat meat, we've been doing it since we were cavemen with little flints and spears.

What I do have a problem with is this...

KFC, McDonald's, Burger King. Good, All-American names, right? Yummy food? (Well, I don't think so, but most people do.) As PETA puts it, the secret recipes' main ingredients are mainly cruelty.

Watch this horrific video. Visit the site. Your eyes will be opened to a whole new world. (Note: there is one few-second bit of the vid that has some blood. Well, a pot of blood. Skip over it if you have a weak stomach.)

Also check out this site, the Meatrix. (I hope that link works.) It's cute, it's animated, and it reveals some horrifying truths about factory farming. And factory farms are where the supermarkets and restaurants- especially fast-food ones- get their meat.

I tell my friends' parents I'm vegetarian when I'm over for dinner. I just don't want to spend half an hour explaining my beliefs to some skeptical parents. One of my friends became fully vegetarian after watching these videos.
I am fortunate enough to have parents that share my views on this matter. Every year, we order a pig, a cow, a few turkeys, and some chickens (butchered, of course) from a carefully selected and visited local farm.

It is positively horrifying how many people think meat is a hamburger or some red stuff on a Styrofoam plate. I hope this post begins to open your eyes to the world of factory farming and show you that the meat on your plate had a life... good or bad.

Lonley Dog and Roadkill

Okay, I know every dog in my neighborhood. One day, I saw a dog without a collar tied with rope to a tree. I didn't know this dog, but I went up to pet and stopped. I don't know if he had rabies or realy slobbery drool, but I did NOT pet him. Two days later he and the rope were gone. For all I know, he could have gotten free, the owner got him, or something else. Also, I could've been wrong, but still, it was a bit bad for someone to leave their dog like that.

I was walking home when my friend snd I saw roadkill THREE times. We saw three, cute squirrels get run over. They may not be house pets, but they are living, breathing animals that got killed. Just tell your parents too keep a look out for animals in the road. Poor squirrels. . . . . .


Thursday, November 5, 2009


Snickers. Milky Way. M&M's. 3 Musketeers. Skittles. They are the names of candy that we have all grown up with, yet not knowing the full story behind it. All these candies and and many more, plus some beauty products are made by the company Mars. And Mars uses cruel animal treatment to test it's products. All that to be fat and pretty....

Here's another thing I found out...

STRAY dogs are being skewered on hooks and dragged behind boats as live
shark bait. The cruel practice takes place on French-controlled
Reunion in the Indian Ocean . A six-month-old Labrador pup was recently
ALIVE with a huge double hook through its snout, and another through a<> leg.. The pup was found in a coastal creek and is thought to have
somehow freed itself from a fishing line, but other dogs and kittens
chomped up and swallowed by sharks.

:P The world is not as safe as we sometimes believe...

•The Cornet Crazie•

Saving a mouse and baby bunnies.

I'm not sure why I'm posting this but, okay...

I was at Casey's house once and we found a mouse trap and we felt so bad for the mouse that was going to die from it, so we set it off with a pipe cleaner. And I went to her house 2 days ago and we found the mouse trap we had set off along time ago....

My back Yard is basically a forest and there was baby bunnies living there. My mother was mowing the yard when she saw a brown dot run the freeze in place. She screamed not knowing what it was then she took a closer look and saw it was a baby Bunnie who just went into shock. She she put it into a box, went out and bought a cage for it. And food and that leafy stuff you put in. When she called Casey's house (i was at her house) she told me and so Casey and I went to my house and we went trying to see where the baby bunnies were coming fro when we saw another one with its leg stuck under a tree. I lifted the tree(super heavy)and she grabbed the baby Bunnie. We put it with the other one and cared for them while the one got out of shock and the other ones leg healed. We even named then Pebbles and Pepper.

Monday, November 2, 2009

One thing I don't like about this cause

This is the only thing I don't like about this cause is the fact the comercials always try and sadden people into it.I kinda find it scamming.In my opinion.I am still with this cause but I think that should be said.I am a real animal lover.So don't think I'm against it!I'm tottally with it.So add your opinions below I wanna her whatg you think about my opinion.I hope you don't judge me by it.I like this cause remeber that!Sorry such a short post.Just getting my opinion out.

Luv ya animals

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Save Animals Now

I know most of you can't do this, but this is place to save animals. You can pay $19 a month to whatever amount of money you want to save animals. Also, if you call instead of mail, you get a free subcription of their magazine. Even if you can't do this, please visit this website. Sorry, this was a VERY short post.



Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Animal Abuse Firsthand

Two days ago, I was walking to school when I saw, in front of my neighbor's house, the poor, poor victim of abuse.
  I don't know how he got there, or what his story is, but he was there. A black dog, curled up on the ground, unmoving, with some blood on his back.
  Luckily, I spotted this from a distance and crossed the street before reaching the place in which the late animal lay. So I don't know for sure if it was a dog, or how bad its wounds were, or any other details. But it was there. That's all that matters.
  You're probably thinking that this poor dog was just accidently hit by a car, but it was in the bike lane. In my town, nobody drives in the bike lane, and the people who live in the house by this are very nice and they never park on the street, so I know it wasn't them.
  My best bet is that this dog's owner abused him/her and then dumped him/her there.
  Fortunately for me, this dog had been removed by the time I had to walk home, so I didn't see it again, but it runined my whole day, and I am still a little freaked out by it.

  We can stop this if we all work together. Join the blog and help us!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Welcome to Voice

Have you ever seen an abandoned kitten by the side of the road or a bony dog scrounging for scraps? Have you visited a shelter or seen an abused horse? Have you ever felt guilty about eating that chicken leg? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this is the blog for you.

Animal cruelty happens every day, everywhere. From the mass factory farm to the owners who can't take care of their puppy, animal cruelty is all around us. And there's only one legion of people in its way: us.

This is a group blog. If you are an animal lover and would like to be part of this blog and be able to post, please comment below with your email so I can send you the invitation. No spam, no keeping your email, and I won't publish your comment so no one else can get it either.

Animals can't speak for themselves. We are their voice.
Stop animal cruelty now.
Speak up.