Friday, December 24, 2010

I have to delete and remove myself from all blogs.

So i will not be author of this blog any more, but if any of you wish to keep in contact with me i can be emailed at . You can also inquire about joining the AACC.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Oh, the circus!!!

Most of us have been to the circus one time or another.  But, do you really know what goes on behind the curtain?  Did you know that the baby elephants are tortured and electrocuted if they try to play?  I can't speak for all circuses but I know of one for certain.  The Ringling Bros.  Go to  Click on a few videos or slide shows.  You'll see what I mean!  Also, I feel like the stuff I post on here is a little intense, but I want you all to know what is really happening and why animal cruelty should be taken seriously.  So, here's my question:  Should I try to lighten up on my posts, or continue to posts videos and such like the last one?

XOXOXO, Courtney

PS. Take a stand!  I have alerted my local news stations and emailed the president for a few different cases.  Get involved!  The animals can't.  

PPS. Someone commented on my personal blog where I get my information on here.  Well, go to  I am a member on there and get alot of material from them.  PETA stands for "People for the ethnic treatment of animals".  Bye!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

This is sad...

The video I am about to show you makes me absolutely sick to my stomach.  I'm not sure whether I really want to put it on here at all, but it is my responsibility to show you all how upsetting animal cruelty is.  This is a video of a teenager throwing five puppies to their death.  She heartlessly throws them, SMILING, into a river.  These puppies are about two weeks old, maybe younger.  They can't swim at that age.  I cried when I watched this video.

Warning: not for the faint of heart

So, there you have it.  Awful isn't it?

On a lighter note, only FOUR days until Christmas!!!  Make a homeless animal happy this Christmas!  Donate toys, food, or money to a local animal shelter!

XOXOXO, Courtney (Naturefreak)

Sunday, December 19, 2010

The Voice of the Ocean

Far beyond the pastures of grass and miles away from the warmest woodland you can find something that differs from what you could think. Another world that might even be at your very fingertips. It's a spectacular place with unexplainable life. It's clouds are the pounding waves that crash back to where they once flowed as a silent atmosphere. Its winds are the powerful currents that drag the seaweed back and forth, guiding the jellyfish and tugging on the sandy floor. Its sky is the atmosphere itself. It's a place where every animal can glide through the bellowing waves and slice through the kind waters. In this place, there are no rules on how an animal can be shaped or how a mammal may swallow its prey. There is no right or wrong, only a when and where. This place is the ocean, and it is beyond our wildest imaginations.
Manatees graze on the sea grass as tuna follow their group away from danger. Sharks sneak through the waters listening for even the slightest sign of prey. Manta rays glide through the blue-tinted waters in search of their next meal. It's a dangerous, yet beautiful place.
The ocean has an odd way of speaking. It does not have a mouth, ears, lungs or eyes. It itself is nothing without the life that survives there. The life that lives there speaks for itself, and it speaks loud and clear. To its saddest desires, weakest hopes, and limpest feelings, us humans can try and try, but it will always be difficult to make out the words it speaks. We will never hear the voice of some animals, while we will struggle to find a home for others. While one animal sits on a picture-perfect rock cracking clams on its stomach, others sit in the dark, voicing but a whisper.
The silver lining of waves is often contaminated with transparent water bottles, musky oil, and filthy fishing lines. Sometimes large tarps and dead fish drape the ocean, suffocating what lives underneath.

What lives is not always what speaks, but somehow nature always finds a bright side. The animals of the ocean will live on. They will always talk with their soundless voices and move with their bold bodies. What truly gives them the will to live is the fact that life itself is possible, and if humans were the same the world might be a different place.
Let's try our best to help the ocean create words that are more understandable. Let's clip the plastic circles that hurt the fish and mammals. Let's recycle our trash so it doesn't crash on the ocean floor and disturb the life that tries to live. Let's use less of this and less of that, more of this and more of that. With everything that we have to lose, and everything that we have to win, it's time to help anything and everything.
We need to be the voice of the ocean.


Saturday, December 18, 2010


This Message is to whisper and cousin. TO the people that are also entered in the pic contest it is not fair that you post pics of your cat on posts and such. And you may not post pics of yourself and such this is not a advertising blog and you need to be acurate and appropriate in your posts. Please make all posts strictly about animal cruelty and animals not about your family life and yourself. People that fail to abide by the rules will have to be deleted. Im sorry.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Glue Traps

Glue Traps
Sometimes the worst thing someone can do is not know what they're doing. Sometimes the most harmful thing someone does is something

that makes it easier not to harm one's self. Sometimes, people buy glue traps.

What's a Glue Trap?
A glue trap is what it sounds like. It is a platform with a sticky adhesive that is used to trap small animals such as mice, rats, and bugs.

They're much more cruel then they sound though. This is why:

Small animals will wonder around the corridors of our lives and come across a dark platform with some of their favorite foods on it. They sniff it, then crawl over the platform. They feel something sticky weighing them down, but they ignore it and go for the food. It's then they realize that they can't reach it.
They try to move so they roll around a bit, only making things worse. They end up lying in their own feces even.
It isn't long before they are smothered in clear glue that traps their mouthes so they slowly starve to death, die of thirst, or if their face is pressed against the ground, they die because of lack of oxygen.
Sometimes, small animals wander there by accident (such as kittens, puppies, etc) and die the same death.

It's a slow, painful death, especially since the trap makes no noise to alert the person who had set it. It's even more terrible if someone forgets where the trap is, is to lazy to clear it, or just ignores it.

Please, in the name of all that is humane, don't buy glue traps!

Spread the word:
Post the following on FaceBook, Twitter, or any other site that helps get the word out:

A glue-trap is a platform with a sticky adhesive that traps small animals. They're much more cruel then they sound though. It isn't long before the victim is smothered in clear glue that traps their mouth so they slowly starve to death, die of thirst, or suffocate.
Don't use glue traps! Spread the word today!
Post on FaceBook, Twitter, or any other site.

Learn more on animal cruelty at Voice!

Thank you!

Are you in violation? (no errors!)

I give you a list of animal crulty laws! (ak) I did put prices (I don't know why.)

Failure to provide humane care for trapped animals  $50.00

Failure to release in a timely manner  $75.00

Unlawful release of trapped animal $50.00

Interference with Investigation,reporting or prosecution $100.00

Unlawful release of animal in costody of borough $75.00

Interference with Animal Control Officer $150.00

Failure to register dog or cat  $50.00

Failure of  citizen to notify or surrender detained animal $50.00

Failure to register Kennal or cattery $75.00 (This comes up 2x)

Failure to update and provide registration information $50.00

Failure to meet kennel or cattery requirements $100.00

Failure to comply with written administrative order $100.00

Filing fraudulent documentation $100.00

Failure to comply with written release order  $250.00

Owning a vicious animal $250.00

Failure to notify of running at large classified animal $150.00

Failure to immunize cat or dog for rabies $100.00

Fraudulent rabies certificate $250.00

Failure of doctors to report bite $50.00

Failure of veterinarians to report rabies $150.00

Failure to citizen to report bite $50.00

Failure to surrender animal for supervised quarantine $100.00

Failure to report rabies of a quarantined animal $150.00

Unauthorized destruction of rabid animals $50.00

Failure to veterinarian to destroy rabid animal $50.00 (How sad ;( )

Failure to surrender rabid animal $200.00

Ok well there they are my mom got this list when she applied for the job at the animal control shelter.

What about your nabors? Are they in trouble?

Animal annoyance $50.00

Failure to provide  sanitary enclosure $50.00 (I hate this law no one wants to be cooped up all there lives!)

Keeping diseased animal $50.00

Animals in public places $50.00

Fialure to restrain animal $?

First offense $75.00 (dog running at you or somthing in that line)

Second offense,the same owner (within 12 months) $100.00

Third offence, the same owner (within 12 mouths) $200.00

Release from restraint by non-owner $50.00

Cruelty to animals $250.00

Failure to pay fees, costs and expences $50.00

Trapping domestic or domesticated animal $50.00 ( ever cech a bummy by the ears?)

Failure to check live trap $50.00

Things Wispers going to do to help the animals around:

Dog down the road: steal it and give it a new home somewere else
laws broken:all of them!

About 80 cats in that one home:
Steal them one by one and clean them up! Give them away to proper homes

Why am I stealing Animals?

Becaues the city of Houston Alaska fail at doing so!

:) ~giving a voice to thoues animals of houston alaska Whisper

A Re-Introduction, Cruelty Cases, And Merry Christmas

Dear Readers,
A long time ago I wrote on Voice. I really enjoyed writing, but eventually I quit. Now I'm back and ready to write! You may have seen my first two posts (Cruelty Case Updates & Applause for Fighters of Animal Cruelty) and I hope you enjoy them. I worked very hard to find the information and write it out.
I'm sorry I have made a late introduction, but I'm sure you can forgive me. I also want to welcome the newest author, NatureFreak!

So with the new authors (including myself) I think we can make this blog the best it can be. Thank you authors of Voice, and I hope you welcome me with open paws!

The next thing I would like to write about (so I don't make this post pointless to my fellow fighters of cruelty) is some cruelty cases.

Warning: Disturbing
An investigation is going on who's victims are two abandoned pitbulls, another stuck to a five-foot chain, and several others. Investigators still aren't quite sure who left the dogs alone,but
they're doing their best to find out.
A neighbor claims that the owners had raised pit bulls and recently left, leaving eight or nine of them to roam on their own. One of them died and several others had run away. Two pitbulls that were left to die had no food or water. Good thing the police got there in time!
The neighbors also say that the last time they saw someone take care of the animals was November 11th.
To think that if they would have called sooner, the dogs could have been helped quicker. At least they decided to take action now!
Animal Control recently saved sixty dogs and a bird from dangerous, filthy conditions. They were left in a nasty environment that was infested with fleas and other vermin.
The owner was 65 and from the looks of it, she has a hoarding problem (most people with that many dogs do).
The vets took the dogs and bird to the vet and had them treated for numerous skin conditions caused by the unsanitary living conditions.
The officers earned custody of eight dogs and the bird, but also removed the others do to the environment the animals were basically slaves to.

Don't Be Afraid
If you know about animal cruelty happening near you and are afraid to call the police, don't hesitate to do so. You won't just be saving a life, you'll be saving lives. It can be hard if it's a friend or a relative, but the world will be proud of you, and you'll be proud of yourself!

Merry Christmas!
On a happier note, that time of year is on its way! Yes, you know the time: Christmas time! I just want to wish everybody a merry Christmas, and I want to remind people about how helpful donating can be this time of year. Many animals will suffer in shelters, and if you can spare a dime, it'll do a lot of good. Go to ASPCA dot org and do your part if you can.

Merry Christmas!

New author

Hey guys!  *Waves*  I'm new to this blog, and my name is NatureFreak.  I hate animal cruelty with a passion and am so glad that I was invited to join this blog.  I hope you guys like what I have to say.  I found a few animal cruelty cases that I would like to share with you, so hopefully you can realize how awful it really is.  They are short, don't worry.

December 11, 2010

When your mad, you don't go and stab your neighbor's dog, do you?  Well that's what one man did.  He went next door, took the dog out of it's dog kennel, stabbed it, and threw it back in. It was a long-haired dachshund named Daisy.  

December 7, 2010

*Caution- extreme violence*

A woman in New Zealand had an awful surprise when she opened her door.  Her two month old kitten had been grabbed around the neck, and thrown against her wall until it died.  It had blood streaming out of it's eyes and was lying in a pool of blood when it was found.
This was her kitten

Last case:
December 6, 2010

Ryan B. came home one day after a phone call from his neighbor saying something in his backyard was on fire.  When he saw, he immediately burst into tears.  Someone had thrown gasoline on his dog's kennel, and set it on fire.  He said that his dog was like his baby and that the suffering that would have been brought was unimaginable.  He thinks that death by fire is the worst kind of death because you can feel everything and it brings incredible pain.  Everyone in the neighborhood loved the dog, as it was tremensely friendly.  He still cannot believe that someone would torture his only companion in this way.

Well, that's all for now, but I hope that you all see that animal cruelty is NOT to be taken lightly.  It is imperative that we find some way to stop it.

Love, Courtney (NatureFreak)

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Washed up monster! (waning crossbread animals)

Ok so resently in the world we have dicovered what they are doing on an iland on the cost of new york
(I think its actulay in the caribian but im not shire)

its a crabe and a cow??

So an animal washes up on shore..It realy depresing! And its a crossbread! It had escaped but it was dead! Right next to it we have the very unhappy looking cat the liger! (its not natruale)
Whats next a human and a goght? There is a human looking thing that has holes on its forhead!?Look it up ><
Its horrible did you know there posining water so humans can only have boys or no kid at all???
This is real!!

Cruelty Case News Updates

Warning: Disturbing Cruelty Cases Below!

What do you do when you're mad a your loved one and the dog is there? Certainly you don't shoot it several times and kill it! Well, apparently to a man named "Cook" had a different idea.

Cook was angry about drug charges and was arguing with his girlfriend and picked up pistol, threatening to shoot her. She said she didn't care so he pointed it to their pit-bull, Brandy. He shot the dog several times and it ran to the bathroom to hide. He shot it in the head to end its life. He went in the room and rapped the dog up in the blanket while the woman ran to her neighbor's house where she called the police who arrested Cook who faced a charge of aggravated assault and animal cruelty.

When a bear fights your dog, the last thing you should do is chase down the bear, strike it, and shoot it dead-especially if it's a threatened species! Apparently to this man, Ryan, the law doesn't apply to him.

Ryan's dog, Tigger, got in a fight with a black bear (a problem that could have been prevented if Ryan would have listened to the warnings and kept his food inside) and Ryan was so angry he went on a rampage and ran over the bear three times before shooting it.
The wife said that Ryan was so upset by the gash in Tigger's head (Tigger survived, by the way) that he chased the bear by truck and out of sight.
The neighbor had said, quote, "He just went crazy," and as did others.
He plead guilty and had to pay a $500 dollar fine which would got to wildlife. He was recently released from jail, and let's hope he remembers to keep his food in his house where it belongs!
George Outlaw has a different idea of what's good and bad. In his head, terribly treated pit bulls and a cat in the fridge is just what he needs to have a good day.

George was arrested with 10 counts of animal cruelty. His pitbulls had barely any shelter outside, and they didn't have access to food or water. They were extremely malnourished and deserved much better.
What shocked investigators and reporters most was the dead cat in his fridge. It had been skinned and its head was missing. Police suspect dog fighting, but no comments were made on the matter.
Along with all of this, he had drugs stacked about in his home. One of many reasons someone might train a helpless pitbull to make cruel acts.
The good that came out of his is his huge fine and his sentence in prison.

Those are all of the cruelty case updates for today. Thank you for reading!

A thank you to Pet Abuse dot Com for the information!



Applause for Cruelty Fighters (Tips To Help Your Community)

In this world, there are people who fight fire, people who fight sickness, people who fight crime, and people who fight people. In that same list is something that we're doing at this blog: fighting animal cruelty.
This blog has inspired lots of people to do lots of things to help their animal community! Whether it be recycling, using less water bottles, cutting up the plastic rings that your soda comes in, helping some dogs out of a hot car, or just helping a toad out of the chlorine-filled pool.

Every act is an act of kindness. Every act makes a difference.

So let's give a big round of applause for the people who have fought animal cruelty! The world is a beautiful place if we make it that way, and these people-young and old-are filling up the glass half full.

Here are some very simple things you can do that can help fight animal cruelty:
  • Write/sign a petition to help stop some form of cruelty
  • Help inform others about the harm animal cruelty can do
  • Watch shows on animal welfare
  • Treat your pet with respect and try to see things from its point of view
  • Research animals and use that knowledge to your advantage
And those are just some of the many ways to help. Sometimes people do things even bigger!
Did you know that by helping animals that aren't treated badly, you can also help animals that are treated badly? Even if it just helps a pet get a better life, it makes a difference.

  • A pair of teenaged girls I knew had wrote out a plan (and are going to use it) to build a dog park in their community! Even if that doesn't help animals treated cruelly, imagine what good it will do for the people who need a place to take their dog for some fun?
  • By running a pet drive (where you give food and toys to pets) my girl scout troop and myself were able to get three cart-loads of things to help foster pets! Also, we helped get some foster dogs adopted out (this took place at Petsmart).
Little things make a big difference, and some things that you can do are closer than you imagine.

Thank you cruelty fighters!


Temporary Header and Please Stop!

Okay, I'm sorry this isn't very "animal related" but I have gotten some horrible comments that are not expectable! People are calling Flamestorm bad things that are really mean. I am changing back the blog design because this is getting out of hand! I found the background but I will make a new temporary header. Stop calling Flamestorm names, stop swearing at her, stop being mean! She is a human-being to you know!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Leona Lewis!

Dear Animal Lovers,
Well i was researching animal cruelty and i found out a lot about Leona Lewis.... popular singer from Europe thats music recently reached the U.S is an animal lover for life! She has hosted charities for animal shelters and donated a whole concert's earnings towards the ASPCA! Leona Lewis has a dog and has always had animals in her life! Surprising right?? Well, thats pretty much it, just a little fact i learned today :)

With Love,

P.S. I know everyone that views this blog wouldn't and didn't enjoy when i advertise but because my other blog gets Zero comments and views everyday i must just RECOMMEND that you visit (You will have to copy and paste the code because the link thing doesnt work) If you dont want to i dont need any comments on how you would never and this is not an advertising blog and i am really sorry but i try really hard on my other blog and its not fair that it gets no views. Im sorry to those that dont like it but for those of you that dont mind following one more blog please consider viewing!

Improved Header

Dear Animal Lovers,
So i realized from a few commenters that the header was not fit for our blog!! So I edited it a little and its not the MOST animal header and all but a new one will come for the new year that will be MUCH more animal friendly (not that this one is not)
P.S Thank you for entering the contest!
With Love,

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


Dear Animal Lovers,
I AM SO EXCITED!! After fumbling around with a design from Robin Blog Designs i FINALLY made the PERFECT header!! isnt it amazing??? I am so proud of myself it took forever! So you like it? Much better than the old :D
With Love,


Thank you!

Dear Animal Lovers,
Thank you to the 2 people that entered the contest so far!! Whisper and Megann Thank you guys so much you both have a chance of winning a special award that you can print if you dont have a blog or add to your blog if you have one!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you guyz!!
With Love,

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Contest (reminder)

Dear animal Lovers,
Maybe the contest is a waste of time. Or maybe you all dont have pets or something. But so far only one person (that i know in person) has entered and isnt that a little sad? If your an editor on this blog post a pic of your pet on the page! If you arnt EMAIL ME A PIC. It wont hurt will it?


Unhealthy Cats

Dear Animal Lovers,
My cat recently was restricted to a DIET!! Because she is way over weight! Its unhealthy for a cat to be over weight because it makes them less active and there joints could cramp up! Make sure your feeding your pets the proper amount of food..... Annoyingly she meows every morning for food and races upstairs when she hears the crackle of a chip bag hoping that someone might be feeding her. If your thinking of getting a pet or just got one or even had pets for a long time. You should always check and be sure that your pet is getting the right amount of food everyday.

Sunday, December 5, 2010


 Some may not know this but there is a month where you wear orange for a day to show respect for ASPCA! Here are some banners (info on the day, scroll down!):

 ASPCA aka: American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has a day where you have to wear orange. I am not sure if that was only 2007, but on April 10, you wear orange to show respect for ASPCA who has helped many animals. If you have extra money, donate to them! It really helps! There are 5-7 MILLION animals in the shelter every year so every penny counts! (Link on the sidebar) On April 9 (a day before) I will make this a button, so you can put this on your blog if you wear orange! Good idea? Thank you!


(P.S. Sorry for being so repetitive!)

Friday, December 3, 2010


Dear Animal Lovers,
CONTEST! I HAVE MADE A CONTEST. I am really sorry and i know that this has NOTHING to do with stopping animal cruelty BUT i think it is a good idea! You can enter if you want to... and The winner........ gets a free story about how they helped an animal (if you are a member just post it yourself) And if you havent done anything really to help animals you get a SPECIAL SHOUT OUT! Everyone wants a shout out right? So the contest is....... CUTEST PET! send me the cutest pics of your pets EVER to and get a chance to win!
I will not give out your email or anything and will never use it unless totally necessary and if you feel uncomfortable emailing it to me you can ask to be added as a author (temporarily) to post it yourself! Thank you so much and i hope you can enter!!! So everyone is saying 'awful' on this Post why!!?!?! what is wrong with a little contest?


The Header. . .

 I am making the new header! I can not do it yet because of school. It looks close to the old one! I will get it up ASAP. Thank you!


Thursday, December 2, 2010

In memory of Max

Dear Voice Followers,
Pit Bulls are taken as the most violent... strong fighting dog alive. And are forced to fight in illegal dog fights... just yesterday at my friends house, i saw 2 pit bulls who are badly treated and hit by herself and her parents. I was sick of seeing her puppy Max a red nose pitbull bet beat up so i started to give him some T.L.C (tender loving care) and pet him. My friend stared at me for a few minutes and said "Dont be so nice you should hit him more" and then before i could reply said, "watch this" and pulled out a broom and.. well you can guess the rest. I was sickened by the way she treated her poor puppy.. so i called the police in my area (after i got home).... and they came over to inspect the dog.. with the local vet. They did and the dog has 3 cuts on his belly from FIGHTING with another dog!! So they took it away and now he is up for adoption in the local shelter... i hope someone loving adopts him. Its terrible when a dog is miss treated at a young age. There are little acts you can do at home to stop animal cruelty you dont have to right a letter to the president or start a big act.. just phoning the local police if you think something is happening near you can save an animal from cruel people.
With Love,

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

A new Header?

WHY YES! as the title says a NEW header will be posted on the blog to 1. stop complaints! and 2. Because mine sucks! and yes i know it does you dont have to rub it in! I hope you like the new one! Any suggestions or ANYTHING are welcome thank you!! Header made by Cherry.
P.S sorry i cant be as good on this blog as Olive Tree (going by Olivia now)


Dear Readers,
Some people that post comments are really mean! someone called "anonymous" was very rude about the header and rude about me not advertising but informing on my other blogs! Just a warning i will not be publishing mean comments from now on and if you are an editor and you post one i will have to delete you! So please be nice when you post comments, Anonymous i do agree with you a little the header is not the best, but you dont need to be mean! I dont mean to be bossy or anything but i have feelings!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

New Header..

Dear Readers,
how do you all like the new header?? Its not the best and a new one might be coming.. soon. Its blurry and small.. but it will do.. for now.
Post your thoughts!!
With Love,


Monday, November 29, 2010


I changed the header for voice.... i couldnt see the old one on my computer... im really sorry and if you liked it and have it saved on your computer send it to me at to have it put back... the new one is not so great but i will be making a different one soon! Like the new background? i got this from Cherrys graphics!! I hope you like it, it gives this blog a nice winter theme!

Hello Everyone

Dear Fellow readers,
Im new to this blog!! Wish me luck on posting and such, im the new admin in the place of Cherry, who has many other blogs to tend to!! you can visit them here.....
and i also have a few blogs.
and a blog that we both share...
take time to visit and follow if you would like!!


Thursday, November 18, 2010

I'm sorry but. . .

I can't be your admin/author anymore. I have too many blogs to keep track of. I will always read this blog! My buddy Flamestorm will be admin. Good luck! I will miss you all!


Sunday, November 7, 2010


Hello everyone im new to this blog and friends with Cherry!! Just wanted to introduce myself bye!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Send a Letter to the President for a National Adopt a Pet day!

FreeKibble (a site that gives free meals to dogs and cats in shelters for each trivia question answered) is partnering with Tails Magazine to send 100,000 letters to President Obama, asking for a Presidential Proclamation for a NATIONAL ADOPT A SHELTER PET DAY. The deadline is September 30th. So far over 200,000 letters have been sent. You can send one each day! Go here to send a letter to the President! Only your first name, hometown, state and email address is needed, so visit every day to send a letter.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Jump on Board the Pony Express- Help Stop the Cruel Rounding Up of America's Wild Mustangs and Burros

Madeleine Pickens, an activist for American's wild mustangs and burros, is on a mission. She is trying to collect 20,000 letters for her cause by September 1st (which is coming soon, so act now!)- which she will then hand deliver to Washington DC {eventually to President Barack Obama, Ken Salazar (Secretary of the Interior), Robert V. Abbey (a director)} on the back of one of her rescued mustangs, called Pony Express. The officials can't delete emails or unplug phones anymore! But if some of you are wondering just why Madeleine wants to stop this, read this excerpt from her website:

"For the millions of people who are unaware of the roundup process, here it is: The Bureau of Land Management, a branch of the Department of the Interior, has scheduled the removal of America’s wild horses and are attempting to change the grazing rights to be cattle only on the BLM owned land, which leave our wild horses homeless. 100 years ago there were 2 million horses. Now, because of these roundups, there are only 30,000 left. They contract low-flying helicopters to taunt and scare the mustangs, separating them from their families, and eventually coerced into tiny pens. The mustangs are then taken off to holding facilities where they no longer have room to roam anymore. They will be moved to a short-term holding facility for up to three years if not adopted out or sold to a buyer that intends on using the wild horse for slaughter."

To send your letter, click here. The letter is generic but there is a space to add your own thoughts! To learn more, visit her website.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Attention all who are serious about fighting animal cruelty.

I run a club called the AACC, (Anti Animal Cruelty Club.) it is a club for KIDS 8 to 19. (If you are older or younger you can contact me and i might still let you in.) If you want to join just email me at At the moment I and some other AACA's (Anti Animal Cruelty Activists) are working on helping some dogs that are always chained up with a mean owner.

Note: Only for serious people.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Up Close and Personal with Animal Cruelty!

My mom needed to go to the mall today to exchange some clothes. After parking the car, we heard this barking from the car next to us. We peeked in to see this terrier and yorkie NOT MOVING. So we called the cops and got them a bucket of water from the store. When we came out again and opened the door, a wall of heat came out. It looked like the yorkie was almost dead and he terrier didn't look to good either. We fed them water and soon the police came. Luckily the dogs will live and the owners will be facing animal cruelty charges. Sadly though, sometimes animals aren't so lucky. Lots of animals are left in cars with no air and do die of heat. Isn't that terrible!

Monday, July 12, 2010




I used google translator!
I have no idea how that got in

Friday, July 2, 2010

Cat abuse

My cat Tica has informed me that she thinks I should post on cat cruelty.
So I shall.
You love your pet cat and shower her with affection. Unfortunately, not every animal receives such tender treatment from its owner. Every day, thousands of animals are subjected to cruel treatment from the people they rely on for proper care. It is heartbreaking to think about, but there are steps you can take to help prevent such acts of cruelty. Annemarie Lucas, animal humane law enforcements supervisory special investigator for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, offers these tips for recognizing and preventing animal cruelty.
1. Learn to recognize animal cruelty. While some signs of cruelty are immediately obvious, such as an owner physically abusing an animal, other symptoms of abuse are more subtle. Be aware of these signs:
Severe tick or flea infestations.
Obvious wounds on the animals body.
An animal that limps or favors a leg.
Extremely thin or starving animals.
Patches of missing hair on the animals body.
Dogs chained up in a yard without access to food, water or shelter.
Animals that act fearfully or aggressively around their owners.
2. Report acts of animal cruelty. Animal humane officers would not know about instances of animal cruelty without reports from concerned citizens. If you suspect an animal in your neighborhood is being abused, report it to the proper authorities.
3. Know how to report animal cruelty. While some cities employ animal humane law enforcement officers, not every city has dedicated staff to investigate and arrest people who commit acts of animal cruelty. You may need to call your citys police department or contact the local animal control office. If you're not sure who to call, ask your local animal shelter.
4. Give as much information as possible. When you call to report an act of animal cruelty, try to give the investigating officer as many details as possible. Write down what you witnessed, and include details such as the breed of dog, who was involved, the date of the incident and the location. The more information you provide, the better.
5. Know your states animal cruelty laws. Your city may have its own ordinances about animal cruelty, too. If you're not sure of the laws in your state, you can get an overview of laws in all 50 states from the ASPCA.
6. Treat your own animals with love. Set a good example for other pet owners by providing good care for your pets. Remember that good care is more than food, water and shelter. Proper care includes regular veterinary visits, daily attention and plenty of affection.
7. Teach your children to treat animals with respect. By learning how to properly care for pets when young, your children will be responsible pet owners as adults. Explain why your animals need daily food and water, describe the benefits of regular veterinary care and show by example how to treat your pets with love.
8. Support your local animal shelter. Consider volunteering your time at your local shelter. If you can't bring yourself to work directly at the shelter, consider opening your home to foster pets, or find a way to help that doesn't involve interaction with the animals.
If all pet owners took small steps to prevent animal cruelty in their neighborhoods, think how many animals lives could be saved. Take steps today to prevent animal cruelty where you live.

Saturday, June 19, 2010


Hi everyone. It was pretty fun but I think I've done my part and I'm going to leave this place.

I'll still read here, but I'll just be removing myself. Bye!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

ASPCA- Are they really FOR animals?

Last year in New York City, a pit bull named Oreo was intentionally thrown from the sixth floor of a building. The person responsible was convicted of this deed, and neighbors reported hearing him beat the dog too.

The APSCA of New York ‘rescued’ Oreo and healed his injuries. However, according to the organization, a few weeks later, Oreo began showing aggression towards people. He hadn’t been tested with other dogs but was said to be aggressive with other dogs too. Several temperament tests conducted by the APSCA showed the pit bull was very aggressive. PetsAlive, a rescue in Colorado, offered to adopt the dog after the New York Times ran a story about Oreo the day before her scheduled execution. This rescue takes in ‘aggressive’ dogs and tries to rehabilitate or cure the aggression. Dogs that cannot be ‘cured’ are not put down.

The ASPCA ignored the offer to rescue Oreo. Instead, the dog was murdered- by Ed Sayres, president of the organization. The ASPCA has refused to share the videos of Oreo's temperament testing.

In this picture taken just minutes before Oreo was euthanized, you can see that he was not the aggressive, vicious dog the APSCA deemed him.

Soon after, Ed Sayres put down another dog named Max. A rescue group had also offered to adopt him.

After Oreo’s death, New York legislators introduced a bill to prevent animals from being killed in shelters when a rescue offers to adopt them. This bill was put on hold- tabled for the year.

This bill is greatly needed. New York state shelters routinely turn away rescue groups then euthanize those animals. A statewide survey showed that 72% of rescue groups were denied animals. Seventy one percent reported that the shelters instead killed those animals. Fifty two percent of the rescues surveyed don’t report cruelty the see at shelters for fear of not being able to rescue those pets anymore.

We may not be able to vote. We may seem to adults as hormonal, incapable kids- despite the fact that we are not. But we still CAN help animals, so that dogs like Oreo will have a second chance.

*note: I do not own the picture.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

*Stars are multiplying*

AWFUL:you hate MY poem
OK: means that it was so so.
AWSOME:means you loved MY poem.

I wrote this poem.

The heavens are filling up...mankind is filling it.
We murder animals, they are our brothers and
We are filling up the heavens with innocent souls, that died in a
way that was not meant to be.

We ,Mankind, are destroying nature itself...we are nature, so are we not killing ourselves?

I look out my window and say to myself "What did this place under my home look Ike before we covered it with houses?"

Think about it.
Think long and hard.
Do you want your home ripped out
like we did to so many animal brothers and

So mankind fills up the skies and soon
the stars will die forever...never to be remembered.
The dead cows and pigs and chickens we slaughtered
are all worthless right?
No! of course not we are killing with glee in our eyes.
We are a worst beast than any animal in the world.


P.S I think the monkey is more careful with a machine gun.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Bunny Cruelty

Pretend you're a bunny on someone's front lawn. The owner comes out and you stare at them with your big eyes. The person pulls out a BB gun and shoots you. You bleed to death.

That's what some people are going to be doing soon in Orange County, California. The city council has allowed owners to shoot rabbits with BB guns if they don't want them on your lawn. This is what one bunny may look like...and I must warn you, it may startle some people.

Stop hurting these precious bunnies!

P.S. Do you guys think its wrong if your dog hunts down bunnies? Comment with your answers.


Saturday, June 5, 2010

Fun Poll For BAAC!

I thought it would be fun to make the first poll ever on VBAAC. Animals are important to all of us here, and it's fun to share what we think about them. Here's the poll! (Post it as a comment and/or on your blog if you'd like).

Do you have a pet(s)?

If so, what kind?

What's your favorite breed of cat or dog?

Have you ever seen animal cruelty happen?

Have you ever rescued an animal from animal cruelty?

How do you hope to help stop animal cruelty in the future?

What do you think about wildlife cruelty?

Do you plan to do something with/for animals/nature when you grow up?

Do you think that this blog has helped you better understand animal cruelty, as well as help you learn how to stop it?

Friday, June 4, 2010


what is a VEGAN? A vegan (pronounced VEE-gun) is someone who, for various reasons, chooses to avoid using or consuming animal products. While vegetarians choose not to use flesh foods, vegans also avoid dairy and eggs, as well as fur, leather, wool, down, and cosmetics or chemical products tested on animals.

why VEGAN? Veganism, the natural extension of vegetarianism, is an integral component of a cruelty-free lifestyle. Living vegan provides numerous benefits to animals' lives, to the environment, and to our own health–through a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Japanese whaling-Sea Shepherds


The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is a non-profit, marine conservation organization based in Friday Harbor, Washington in the United States. The group, which is often linked to the radical environmentalism movement, uses direct action tactics to protect sealife. Sea Shepherd currently operates the vessels MV Steve Irwin and the Bob Barker, and most of the group's activities take place in international waters. The group has a strong focus on public relations to spread their message via the media.

The organization was founded in 1977 under the name Earth Force Society by Paul Watson, an early member of Greenpeace, after a dispute with that organization over what Watson saw as its lack of more aggressive intervention.[1] It has received support for its tactics against fishing, whaling, and seal hunting from an assortment of celebrities, while critics have condemned the violent nature of the actions.[2][3] Various governments and organizations (and even members of the society) have referred to the group as pirates.

Operations have included scuttling and disabling whaling vessels at harbor, intervening in Canadian seal hunts, ramming other vessels, trying to temporarily blind or disorient whalers with a laser device,[4][5] throwing bottles of foul-smelling butyric acid onto vessels at sea,[5] boarding of whaling vessels while at sea, and seizure and destruction of drift nets at sea. Sea Shepherd claims that their aggressive actions are necessary as the international community has shown itself unwilling or unable to stop species-endangering whaling and fishing practices.[6] Some governments and organizations have referred to them as terrorists.[5][7][8]

In 2008, Animal Planet began filming the weekly series Whale Wars based on the group's encounters with the Japanese whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean, a development which brought the group much publicity.

Facts about Japan's Slaughter of Whales:

  • In 2007-8, Japan will be carrying out their Antarctic "scientific whaling" program which they call JARPA II (i.e., Japan Whale Research Program under Special Permit in the Antarctic). For the 2007-8 period, they will be targeting 50 fin and 50 humpback whales - both are protected under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora (CITES). They also plan to kill 935 piked (Minke) whales.
  • Japan's whaling program detailed above was presented for vote to the International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in South Korea, June 2005, and was rejected. Despite losing the vote, Japan is proceeding with its JARPA II program.
  • Japan is exploiting a loophole in the International Regulation of Whaling Convention which was never intended to allow a commercial slaughter.
  • Japan and Norway have slaughtered more than 25,000 whales under the "scientific whaling" loophole in the last 25 years.
  • Japan heavily promotes the consumption of whale meat - they have introduced whale meat to their school lunch programs and sell whale meat in markets and sushi restaurants. Although Japan claims their whaling activities are a "cultural tradition" the facts dispute this. To learn more, read Captain Watson's article, The Truth About ‘Traditional' Japanese Whaling.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

The most 'Horrific' case of Animal Abuse

(PS. This is the 99th post!!!)

So there I was, minding my own buisness, searching the news, when I found this article;

Fremont man arrested in 'horrific' animal cruelty case

So like any other peson, I clicked on it. And this was on of the first few sentences;

   "There were multiple animals that had been decapitated," he said. "I don't think you're ever really prepared  to see situations like this."

And I was thinking...


After reading the rest of the article (which was awful), it said that they would never know how many animals he killed because there were so many decapitated bones in his house/yard. From what I read, I'm guessing he killed at least 50 animals minimal.

If you think he is a sicko (like me) click 'awful!'

Bull Riding-Cruel is the Word-And Fishing for Sport

Bull Riding is (what I think) a horrible, cruel sport where the bulls are annoyed (yanking parts of the body and teasing are two ways to annoy the bulls) and then someone is put on the animal to ride them. They try not to fall off while the angry bull bucks and swings the person around. Every time I see someone get hurt because they were playing the bull ride-game, I'm more than happy.

Please don't go watch bull riding-the animals suffer!
One thing that is very often argued is if fishing for sport (not eating the animal, just throwing it back) is cruel or not. I think it's very cruel. You are putting a hook into an animal's mouth, taking it out of water when it needs water to live, ripping it out of their mouth, and throwing them smack back into the water. I do believe that fish have feelings-I believe all animals do-and that's why it's on this blog. I think that fishing for sport is animal cruelty. Though there isn't much I can do, I CAN just not fish at all. I haven't fished in years, and I don't plan to.

Please, don't fish-for the fish.

Cock Fighting Cruelty

You may or may not have heard of the horrible "sport" called Cock Fighting. If you haven't, then here's what it is:

Cock fighting is a group "activity" in which people take their roosters and force them to fight each-other. People usually bet on what rooster will win. Usually it's fight-till-the-death.

This cruel act is against the law (as it should be) but (like pit bull fighting) is still happening everywhere. Animals every day are put in a small ring and bet on.

To help, if you see a cock fight or know about one, call the police as soon as possible.


This is appalling and horrid do you not agree?
Awesome:Means you think this is horrible that crush should end.
OK:Means your weird and sick
Awful:Means you think we shouldn't bring this up at all you like this stuff and you don't care about animals whatsoever.

Targeting: The U.S. Senate and The U.S. House of Representatives
Started by: Animal Legal Defense Fund
The Supreme Court issued a decision on April 20, 2010 declaring a federal law against the creation, sale or possession of depictions of animal cruelty for commercial gain to be "substantially overbroad, and therefore invalid under the First Amendment." In June 2009, ALDF filed an amicus curiae brief in this case, United States v. Stevens, and ALDF attorneys continue to be active on this legislative issue.

In response to the Supreme Court's decision, new federal legislation has been introduced by Representative Elton Gallegly (R-CA) that will prohibit the sale, or offering for sale, of animal crush videos in interstate or foreign commerce.

The men force the women in other words.
"Crush videos" cater to s**ual fetishists who want to watch and hear animals being crushed to death - usually by women wearing spiked heels. The clandestine and anonymous nature of their filming, along with statutes of limitations, severely limits law enforcement's ability to pursue the individuals engaging in these heinous criminal cruelties at the level of conduct. A law targeting the market for these abhorrent depictions gives law enforcement a much-needed tool for stemming the proliferation of these videos.


I have come to the conclusion that ANY animal ABUSERS should suffer as much as all the animals that they beat,killed,starved,tested on etc...

What breeze said just prooved it do you not agree?
I am speaking to you nose to nose like a wolf sister got it?

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

An Outrage

I was Driving down the road with my mother to the doctors, when i decided to look out of the window. So, There, on the side of the road, was a DEAD PUPPY, not run over, or nothing, with this man standing there, kicking it. I couldnt belive my eyes. it wasnt a dream. In fact, This was Yesterday, On Memorial day.  I Was really tempted to yell out the window at the unruly man, but my tonsilitis stopped me. I Closed my eyes to block out the sight, and then it was gone down the road, because we had driven past it. And on the way back, the man was gone, but the puppy was still there, and worse, it was TIED TO A FENCEPOLE. This may sound far fetched, but i assure you, it is true. And it surprises me, even though i love in portland......Its hard to belive, but.....i think the man killed the puppy.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Not related but an important question...

I've been to many blogs in the past week and ALL have commenting problems-including mine! Some different than others.

Have any of you had comment problems?

And just so this has something to do with animal cruelty: Pet Land claims they don't buy from puppy mills but they do. A way to help is to not buy from that cruel store, as well as make sure the word gets out. Please, don't pity a mill dog... help one.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Animal abuse *SHOCKING*

Choose horrible if you think this is not important and you don't think should be allowed.
Choose Awsome if you think this is funny and we shouldn't bother covering it.
Choose ok if you are in between.

Update: Serendipity is a funny thing. Just a few hours after I posted this, I noticed that the University of Georgia Law Student Animal Defense Fund Chapter is highlighting a campaign by the Center for Biological Diversity to make rattlesnake roundups illegal in Georgia. If you live in Georgia, please take a second to sign on to their effort, and even if you don't live in Georgia, they have a pretty solid sample letter that you can use to start the fight against rattlesnake roundups where you live.
By the time the audience gets settled down and the barrels are rolled out, most of the snakes couldn't attack if they wanted to. They're starved and weakened, dehydrated, half-suffocated. Sometimes, they're completely suffocated, because there isn't a lot of air when you're at the bottom of the tank, locked in and trapped under the bodies of dozens like you.
Welcome to a rattlesnake roundup, where you can get up close and personal with hundreds of rattlesnakes that have been gassed out of their burrows.

A woman in Georgia was arrested last week for forcing her 12-year-old son to kill his pet hamster with a hammer.
The boy was being punished for bad grades. He told his teacher about it the next day, who reported the incident to authorities.

Who was a likely repeat customer for some of the 27,000 neglected animals that were recently rescued from U.S. Global Exotics' Texas warehouse? The answer is no surprise: Petland.
On the hypocritically titled webpage Pet Welfare at Petland the company says they are "aware of the many animal welfare issues in the news today." That makes sense, considering many of the stories have to do with Petland.
As recently as June 2009, Humane Society investigators confirmed that the company continues to support puppy mills, despite class action lawsuits over selling unhealthy puppies in at least 20 states. Then there was the story last summer of Petland employees who killed two rabbits, who had injured themselves fighting in their cage, by drowning them in the sink ... and then took pictures of themselves with the dead animals.
Now there's the U.S. Global Exotics debacle. Petland's major competitors, Petco and PetSmart, were not customers of U.S. Global Exotics, although they do sell some live animals. Unlike the others, Petland is one of the few national chains that still sells puppies and, with this latest story, they've shown again and again that they make purchasing decisions that have nothing to do with the well-being of the animals. As far as Petland is concerned, animals are just products that can be bought cheaply, warehoused, and sold for a profit.

Across the U.S., millions of pigs and other animals too sick to stand (commonly referred to as "downed animals") suffer terribly at farms, stockyards and slaughterhouses. They are left for hours or days without receiving proper veterinary care, and they are often dragged with chains or pushed with forklifts. Farm Sanctuary has worked to document and end the abuses of downed animals since 1986, and we’re making progress. Last year, the Obama administration tightened up federal regulations to prevent downed cattle from being slaughtered and used for human food. But, this policy needs to be expanded and applied to pigs and other animals who continue to suffer unnecessarily.

In the largest raid in U.S. history, more than 27,000 animals were rescued in December from an exotic pet dealer in Texas. Earlier this month, the sloths, chinchillas, lemurs, hedgehogs, ferrets, snakes, lizards, spiders, and other assorted species officials removed had their day in court.
Municipal Judge Michael Smith decided that the 20,000+ surviving animals should not be returned to the dealer, U.S. Global Exotics.
The investigation that led to the raid was made possible largely due to an undercover agent working on behalf of PETA. The organization says that many of the animals were destined to be sold at major pet store chains, like PetSmart and Petco.