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
A New York based artist just release his latest work that includes Disney characters in real life scenarios. The animal ones really resonated here at ALOP. Just amazing and surprisingly real feeling in our hearts. We only hope this will help people get the perspective they need to stop game hunting and treating animals in such a horrible way. Abusing animals does not make you stronger it only shows your weakness.
There is hundreds of Animal Rights Facebook pages, I follow at least 50 myself. The issue is some of them are more graphic then others and some don’t update much. We put a list together of some of our favorite ones. We did 2 categories, the first is nicer pages and the second might be more graphic. Nicer Facebook animal rights pages: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Animal-Rights-Coalition – 7,285 likes · 156 talking https://www.facebook.com/animalrightsactivists – 76,181 likes · 6,884 talking https://www.facebook.com/ExpandAnimalRightsNow – 842 likes · 26 talking More graphic ones: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalRightsMedia – 57,564 likes · 35,126 talking https://www.facebook.com/HelpAnimals – 339,935 likes · 6,901 talking https://www.facebook.com/EmptyCagesWorldwide – 188,542 likes · 103,007 talking These are all great pages highly recommended. Just keep in mind these are animal helping sites not post cute pictures pages. Support these to help save animals. Know of more Facebook Animal Pages? Let us know below.
A canned hunt is trophy hunting in typically Africa where the animal is trapped. It’s by far the worst form of hunting and beyond sad the fear and confusion the animal has before it’s killed. Canned Hunting is also going on all over the world, you can see endless Canned Hunting petitions at Change.org. The good news today is that Africa “finally” might be outlawing this horrible act. In 2009 The South African government tried to ban Canned Hunting, this was followed by lion breeders attempting to block the ban. To this day it is still going on and hundreds of trapped Lions are being hunting every year. “We need a clean hunting industry, free from unacceptable behavior which could damage the country’s image,” said Albi Modise in 2009, a spokesman for South Africa’s forestry department. South Africa was once the world’s largest canned hunting locations, with more than 1,000 lions killed every year by foreign hunters. Now 2014 we have heard another step that will ban the act all together. We can only hope it goes through.