Sometimes we are forced to look for pet sitters if you don’t have enough time, or in the case where we have to resume our official duties. Finding someone trustworthy and with good experience to take care of your pet is not easy as there are so many people who are out there to take advantage of people’s needs for their benefits. Some individuals claim to know pet sitting job, but they don’t whereby they end up neglecting your dog. So how can you avoid all the above negative things happening to you and your dog? Tips on how to avoid bad pet sitters. Do your research There is a huge difference between a hobbyist and a professional pet sitter. This is because a hobbyist usually works on part times, or they do this as a fun activity, but a professional pet sitter works a full-time job. They have enough training on how to handle a pet and also has a license to prove that indeed he or she is a professional pet sitter. So make sure that you do enough research and hire a professional pet sitter. Some companies advertise their services online, and for such companies, you can […]
Not just from the questions about the horses dieing early this week in a polo match but the sport itself is in trouble. In many ways, this year’s Kentucky Derby, just 11 days away, will be a horse of a different color. The actual two minutes of racing should not be a departure from the past. There will be a large field. The start will be a cavalry charge. The best horse may or may not win, depending on jockey pilot success in finding a crack in the usual Great Wall of Churchill that the horses create as they turn for home. Other similarities will remain. The mint juleps will taste like medicine and be overpriced. New boundaries, in design and common sense, will be pushed in women’s hats. And, within 30 seconds of the winner’s crossing the finish line, the horse’s connections will be asked about winning a Triple Crown. Indeed, the Derby is the happiest time of the year for racing. But then, this year’s especially needs to be, because much in the sport leading up to it hasn’t been a belly laugh. Here’s a scorecard of current-day horse racing: Item: Hollywood Park’s summer meeting begins Wednesday and […]
In a world where it is known that eating the meat and flesh of an animal is not healthy. Why would we still eat meat? It’s an interesting physiological study. As natural selection comes into play, all species do what is best to survive without even knowing it. Yet humans with the knowledge to survive better choose to do things that hinder their ability to survive by consuming poisons and causing self inflicted stress. The only logical conclusion to this behavior is ego, the need to feel all mighty and in some cases invincible. The study of why people do drugs knowing it will hurt them is often chalked up as a way to escape or test their need to survive. We also see this often with extreme sports and wild tasks to tests one’s strength and survival ability. These risks that have become a common part of modern day society have no relevance in better survival and only effect the person doing the act. Some might say they did this extreme act to inspire people to do more. This would only perpetuate more people doing things that would risk their survival. Really this is just a excuse to not have to forwardly […]
A Veal calf lives their whole life with no mother, no sun, and malnourished. They keep them malnourished to keep them at the right weight and body composite. These farmed animals are not seen as a living being, just as a course of food. They are lonely, sick, and scared for every minute of their lives. The smell of feces and death is all they can relate to in their everyday routine. The only meal they eat is a milk substitute low in nutrients. After about 14 weeks they simply die and lay there until moved fr slaughter. Veal calfs never touch grass and only see a little light each day. They cannot move around and never get a chance to run. The life they must adapt is worse than anything wee can imagine. We know Cows have feeling and love yet we treat them like they have nothing. Eating and farming veal is animal cruelty at it’s worst.
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.