Most people might not realize how caring animals can be. How they love and feel pain and sadness like us. For me that is why I joined ALOP. Just because animals do not speak our language does not mean they do not feel like we do. Every time an animal is locked in cages, hunted, or abused that animals feel a pain more than we can even imagine. I am here for the love of animals and to give them a chance at a happy life true to their nature. With that said here is some heart warming videos of animals showing love: If anyone tries to say animals don’t feel, or care. It’s your job to set them straight. With the right knowledge and compassion, someday animals will be able to live good lives on the planet we share.
Today is World Elephant day. On August 12 every year is World Elephant Day. The day brings people together to help conserve and protect elephants from the numerous threats they face all over the world. Mission: The World Elephant Day mission is to spread awareness, share knowledge, and provide solutions for better care and management of both captive and wild elephants. History: The year 2012 was the first year for the campaign and in the tradition of Earth Day, we hope that it will grow as a grassroots, word-of-mouth initiative. World Elephant Day was co-founded by Canadian filmmaker and elephant advocate Patricia Sims, and the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation in Thailand. Our outreach centres around internet awareness campaigns designed to get the word out about what is happening to the world’s elephants – and by bringing people together around the complex issues affecting elephants. Poaching, human-elephant conflict, habitat loss, exploitation and abuse are all underpinned by social, political, economic and environmental realities in the countries where elephants reside – in captivity or in the wild. Our intention is that with enough people and organizations signing on to the WED initiative, it will become a powerful lobby force that can be utilized in any […]
We tried to fight it but after years of people still using the most insecure violation of privacy network we had to join. It will be fun though. Join us today and post your Animal pics and images on our Facebook page. Just click this link to check it out. https://www.facebook.com/animallifeorganizedprotection
This amazing story of a baby elephant poached from it’s parents at a young age ended in tears. But not the tears from the spikes pierced through the kind elephants shins or tears from the whipping and torment. These where some of the first recorded tears an animal has had from happiness. After this elephant was saved by a late night mission to infiltrate the chamber the elephant was tortured in. These amazing animal lovers where able sneak the elephant away and take it to shelter. In shelter they took off all the shackles and gave the elephant love. In exchange the elephant filled with happiness started pouring tears. We all know animals have feeling and care for each other in their own way. It’s time we give them the rights we expect from ourselves. They are not ours to do what we want, we are sharing the planet with them. Raju was in captivity for 50 years until he was saved.
We found a great new resource for information on being a new dog owner. It points out some of the things we should all consider before adopting our new life long friend. Things like; if you are moving soon, how hot it is for the breed, what size dog is safe for your family, do they have access to the outdoors, and how are they going to be trained. It’s very important to start training your dog right away or the dog will have bad habits like chewing things and barking his whole life. All of these and many more details on what to look out for when becoming a new dog owner can be found at the site. The site started with some people just like you looking for fast information before they got a new dog and realized there was a need to make this information easy to access for all new dog owners. They are now happy dog owners and have a great site to get information about owning a new dog.