“PETA says Florida’s “feral” cats are better DEAD than FED. As shelters and health departments nationwide embrace trap-neuter-release programs, PETA remains a stalwart opponent of this humane alternative to killing, arguing that healthy feral cats should continue to be killed.
Now, PETA is fighting legislation that would clarify that TNR is not illegal in Florida. SB 1320/HB 1121 will allow them to be neutered and released to their habitats.
Here’s the bill: http://flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2013/1320/BillText/Filed/PDF”
Send a polite email asking for a YES vote on SB 1320 scheduled for Monday:
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Learn more about the life of free-living cats and PETA’s war against them:www.nathanwinograd.com/?p=12492
Learn why PETA kills: www.whypetakills.org
9:36 am • 31 March 2013 • 38 notes
Help this Fawn and Couple out! Indiana is going insane, just one click would mean alot!
Jeff and Jennifer Counceller thought were doing the right thing when they saved the life of an injured baby deer they found near their home in Indiana. But because they didn’t have a permit, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is prosecuting them and they could face up to 60 days in prison. The DNR should drop these charges now.
12:44 am • 4 February 2013 • 6 notes
“The evidence strongly suggests that our lack of disgust [at eating certain kinds of animals] is largely, if not entirely, learned. We aren’t born with our schemas; they are constructed. Our schemas have evolved out of a highly structured belief system. This system dictates which animals are edible, and it enables us to consume them by protecting us from feeling any emotional or psychological discomfort when doing so. The system teaches us how to not feel.”
(Melanie Joy, author of “Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows”)
“All animals deserve to live and be free. Take death out of your diet – go vegan!”
9:36 am • 16 January 2013 • 332 notes
Despite having been instructed by Parliament in 2011 to get wild animals out of circuses, David Cameron has been heel-dragging and stallingon implementing a ban. Whilst the government has finally begun work on draft legislation, it’s insisting on primary legislation which could take years, prolonging the suffering of wild animals in circuses, rather than enacting an immediate ban under section 12 of the Animal Welfare Act.
Whatever suits the massively rich, right? They don’t care if anyone they consider below them is getting hurt.
2:51 am • 13 October 2012 • 61 notes