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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Animal Advocates " i speak for all animals"

Animal Advocates "I speak for all Animals"

Animal Advocates working hard to break the silence on Animal cruelty worldwide.

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    ​Don't abandon pets!
    Get your neighbors, your local communities to think of their animals as family, not just as property.
    Responsible pet ownership - help to inform pet owners of the importance of spaying and neutering their pets.
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    Let's change the negative perception of homeless animals. 
    Rescue and shelter animals are safe and worthy companions, ready and deserving of loving homes.
    Remember to give respect, and repost animal news, as it all helps to bring awareness.
    Let's be loud voices for the animals!
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    Keep Dogs out of HOT cars.
    If you see a dog in a car - DO SOMETHING about this.
    Take a picture , report , do what you need to save a life! 
    “Dogs can’t regulate their body temperatures,” even with a window slightly down, the temperature inside a parked car can climb to more than 100 degrees. 
    “They can sustain heatstroke and die in a matter of minutes in these kinds of conditions.”
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    ANIMAL ADVOCATE stickers - have you got yours?
    Animal Advocates worldwide are doing their upmost to get Lawmakers to change Laws and to recognize that animal cruelty is a serious issue in our communities.

    We want to see Laws changed and made harsher so that the people that commit these heinous crimes against animals are convicted and punished accordingly.
  • STOP the Yulin Dog Slaughter!



    Mayor and Officials in Yulin

    We the undersigned urge you and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Government to cancel the “Dog-Meat Festival” which is held around late June in Yulin every year. 
    Every year at the Yulin Dog Meat festival in China it’s estimated 10,000 dogs are horrifically slaughtered. 
    The discussion and outrage regarding this issue from the public and media is becoming more intense, and will keep on attracting negative publicity for the region which will impact on tourism. 

    Help Australian Animals.

    Help Australian Animals Welfare

    Fear for Australian animals following a decision by Federal Government to renege in leading animal welfare improvements.

    Help Australian Animal Advocates, and stop the AG - Gag Law!


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    Sunday, January 5, 2014

    Justice for Puppy Doe, the dog left brutally beaten in a Quincy park in October, will continue outside of the courtrooms in the form of a full-length movie.
    According to a Facebook page called “Puppy Doe: A Documentary,” filmmakers from Los Angeles are working on a feature that will explore animal abuse laws in the United States, using the case of Puppy Doe as the centerpiece for the project.
    The film will be directed by Paulina Kucharski Quaranta, a graduate of Columbia College Chicago. According to Quaranta’s website,, she has produced several “experimental and narrative short films,” and was an assistant on set for major movies such asMillion Dollar Baby, and Live Free or Die Hard.
    Elizabeth Lawrence, an L.A.-based filmmaker who’s been in the industry for 10 years, will produce the movie.

    Saturday, January 4, 2014

    JUSTICE FOR MARY - update

    WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAU) -- As expected, the January 21st trial date has been changed for a Wausau woman accused of torturing her ex-boyfriend’s dog. 

    21-year-old Sean Janas will face a judge and jury for allegedly poisoning, torturing, and eventually killing Mary, the four-year-old lab-shepherd mix back in June of 2012. After several motions and delays, the new trial dates begin March 17th before Judge Greg Grau in Marathon County.