Author Archives: Trish
This is a wild fox who lives in the Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone in Ukraine. via Here’s A Wild Fox In Chernobyl Making His Own Sandwich. That Is All..
My darling Teddi came into my life on April 1, 1999. She left me on march 31, 2013, almost exactly 14 years later. We had a wonderful life together… she was a precious angel. I will try to recount some … Continue reading
Thanks to Reddit user dmonnens, the world gets to see these heartwarming photos of a dog who, according to the thread, adopted a baby chimpanzee after its mother died at a zoo. Since the dog had just given birth, it … Continue reading
Yet another shocking surprise…. I’m pleased that Stephen Hawking is among the scientists who’ve broken the timeworn idea that animals don’t have the same sensibilities or rights that we do. THANK YOU, Scientists! –tr* An international group of prominent scientists … Continue reading
Cardboard, a film by North Carolina high school student Tara-Nicole Azarian, won “Best Young Filmmaker” at Cinema Verde this year and Carbon for Water, also a Cinema Verde 2012 Official Selection, will both be screened at the Civic … Continue reading
Despite repeated warnings issued by the FDA, veterinarians are reporting new cases of dogs developing symptoms of kidney failure (Fanconi’s syndrome) similar to dogs who have been poisoned by Chinese-made chicken jerky treats, but this time they are … Continue reading
In broad daylight today, Italian activists raided Green Hill, a major breeder of beagles for vivisection labs, rescuing thirty dogs. This week is World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week. Incursione dentro Green Hill, liberati i cuccioli – Bassa – Giornale … Continue reading
<iframe width=”640″ height=”360″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/hg2hCuDy2wg?feature=player_embedded” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> It is way beyond time for us to form an all new relationship with the animal kingdom. Let us begin today! Love, love, love. via Gorillas Pet Tourist In Uganda | GoGreenNation.org.
Wildlife photographer Norbert Rosing was taking photos in northern Canada when a polar bear arrived on the scene. Most of the tethered dogs went crazy, barking and jumping, and Rosing thought it was going to be the end of dog … Continue reading