Monday, April 29, 2013

Friday, April 12, 2013

Only two countries in the civilized world allow bear baiting

...Pakistan and the United States of America. "Bears have their teeth and claws removed, are tethered to a post and are subjected to repeated assaults by dogs until it dies. Without teeth or claws, the bear cannot defend itself and is tormented simply for entertainment. It is illegal in every civilized country except Pakistan and the United States of America. (Please sign the petition below, and share this with others.)

From the HSUS report:
"There are currently 26 captive black bears in South Carolina, many likely used for bear baiting. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources issued permits for their possession, but has turned a blind eye to the cruelty they endure. The South Carolina DNR does not inspect bear baiting competitions.... The DNR issued captive bear permits to individuals who had been convicted of violating wildlife laws, including poaching a bear out of season." Source:

This is not a sport, it is animal cruelty. We ask that you ban it from all 50 states and prosecute those who continue to participate with felony animal cruelty.

Rowan W. Gould
United States Fish and Wildlife Service

Ken Salazar
Department of the Interior
1849 C Street, N.W.
Washington DC 20240Phone: (202) 208-3100

The horror of animal testing...

How does the torturing of this cat with radiation, improve the condition of humanity? This barbarism only serves to degrade humanity.

Coalition of FB Sites for the Rescue of Animals in the Fukushima No-Go Zone
This cat is a test subject for radiation testing in a laboratory. The remaining Fukushima Left-Behind animals are in danger of having the same done to them, except they will NOT be in a laboratory. The remaining Fukushima Left-behind animals are living in their "laboratory". It is despicable that "men of science" will exploit the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and use the animal victims in the name of "science". It is a shame that the animal's suffering is not "visual" enough to make an impact on some that do not understand what they are enduring. The nuclear industry says that nuclear power is safe, so why are so many studies?