Saturday, September 13, 2008

Brutal

Palin Promotes Brutal Aerial Hunting of Wildlife

Help Bring Kei the Wolf Home--- Petition to World - Care2 News Network

Help Bring Kei the Wolf Home--- Petition to World { wolveswhisperaz.tripod.com }


There is a North American Timber Wolf named Kei that languishes in a zoo on the far side of the Pacific. In Japan, who has lived virtually her entire life on a 7 x 4 meter concrete slab in almost total isolation from others of her species.


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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

My Page - ASPCA Online Community

My Page - ASPCA Online Community

Come Visit Me at the ASPCA Online Community!

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Campaign - Tortoise Protection Group

Campaign - Tortoise Protection Group


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Companies that still test on animals!! - ASPCA Online Community#658300Comment593221

Companies that still test on animals!! - ASPCA Online Community#658300Comment593221


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Companies That Still Test on Animals

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Companies That Still Test on Animals (and associated brands):
Alcon Labs
Allergan, Inc.
Alpha Hydrox
Arm & Hammer
ArmorAll
Arrid
Aziza
Bain de Soleil
Ban Roll-on
Banana Boat
Bausch & Lomb
Benckiser
BenGay
Block Drug Co. Inc.
Bounty
Boyle-Midway
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
Carpet Fresh
Carter-Wallace
Chesebrough-Ponds
Church & Dwight
Clarion
Clairol
Clear Choice
Clorox
Commerce Drug Co.
Consumer Value Stores
Coppertone
Coty
Cover Girl
Crest
Cutex
Dana Perfumes
Dawn
Del Laboratories
Desitin
Diversey
Dow Brands
Drackett Products Co.
Drano
EcoLab
Eli Lilly & Co.
El Sanofi Inc.
Elizabeth Arden
Erno Laszlo
Faberge
Fantastik
Fendi
Final Net
Finesse
Flame Glow
Giorgio
Givaudan-Roure
Glade
Glass Plus
Helene Curtis Industries
Huggies
ISO
Jhirmack
Johnson & Johnson
S.C. Johnson & Son
Johnson Products Co.
Jovan
Keri
Kimberly-Clark Corp
Kiwi Brands
Kleenex
Lady's Choice
Lancaster
Lava
Lever Brothers
Listerine
Lubriderm
Lysol
Max Factor
Mead
Mop & Glo
Nair
Naturelle
Neotoric Cosmetics
Neutrogena
Neutron Industries, Inc.
Olean
Oscar de la Renta
Pantene
Parfums International
Pearl Drops
Pennex
Pfizer, Inc.
Pine-Sol
Plax
Playtex Corporation
Pledge
Polident
Post-It
Prince Matchabelli
Proctor & Gamble Co.
Quintessence
Raid
Reckitt & Colman
Richardson-Vicks
Sally Beauty Supply
Sally Hansen
Sanofi
SC Johnson & Son
Schering-Plough
Scotch
Scott Paper Co.
Sensodyne
SmithKline Beecham
S.O.S.
Stanhome Inc.
Sterling Drug
Suave
Sun Star
TCB Naturals
Tegrin
3M
Tide
Tilex
Unilever
Vaseline
Vidal Sassoon
Visine
Vivid
Warner-Lambert
Westwood Pharmaceuticals
White Shoulders
Whitehall Laboratories
Windex
Woolite
Yves Saint Laurent

CBC.ca | The National | Special Feature | No Country for Horses |

CBC.ca The National Special Feature No Country for Horses No Country for Horses

With slaughterhouses closed in the U.S. and lucrative markets for horsemeat in France and Japan, the horse slaughter industry in Canada is booming. It's a controversial business to begin with, and after a lengthy investigation, CBC News has uncovered disturbing information about the way horses are transported, and the way they are slaughtered at one plant. Now, some are asking whether this sector is being properly monitored, and how the slaughter of horses can ever be called humane.

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Women Against Sarah Palin

Women Against Sarah Palin


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5 drowned puppies found in Flathead River | greatfallstribune.com | Great Falls Tribune

5 drowned puppies found in Flathead River greatfallstribune.com Great Falls Tribune


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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

NDTV.com: A first, cyber threat to widlife

NDTV.com: A first, cyber threat to widlife
In one search, IFAW found 146 live species with price tags on them.
Some most rare are:
Siberian Tiger: $70,000
Lion: Price on request
Gorilla in London: 4,500 pound।
Peregrine falcon in Taxidermy: 170 pound।It sets the alarm bells ringing। Here's a flourishing wildlife market, spinning out of control on international buying and selling websites.
Rare turtles, snakes, crocodiles both live and skins
A big market for rare birds that can be stuffed
A niche market for ultra-expensive items like giant ivories, Rhino footstools, and stuffed polar bears। And thousands of ivory tusks of Asian and African Elephants -- that's the biggest online trade in wildlife। Thousands of rare animals are being killed for artifacts, rare collections, jewellery and medicines. And so many live animals are being sold outside their natural habitat. The trade in illegal wildlife has become the third largest black market surpassed only by drugs and arms.



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Ocean Conservancy: Take Action

Ocean Conservancy: Take Action


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WCS-Congo: Ecosystem & Threats: Bushmeat

WCS-Congo: Ecosystem & Threats: Bushmeat


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Respect the Mountains :: Care2 Groups (Environment)

Respect the mountains :: Care2 Groups (Environment)


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