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Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace.

Albert Schweitzer, French philosopher, physician, and musician (Nobel 1952)

Breaking: Australian police have seized a baby calf and arrested animal rescuers, please sign petition

April 17, 2019
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Source Direct Action Everywhere
By Cassie King



My friend James found a sick calf collapsed on the floor of a veal farm. He named him Theo and rushed him to medical care. Now, Australian police have thrown James in jail and are searching for Theo. They’ve already removed one calf from a loving family — a calf they believe is Theo — and now that baby is alone and destined to be slaughtered. But the Premier of Western Australia, Mark McGowan, has the power to call off the hunt for Theo.

Contact Premier Mark McGowan now and ask him to protect Theo.

Authorities in Australia and around the world are cracking down on animal rights activists for simple acts of compassion. Governments need to know that when they side with animal abusers, the public does not support them. They should be protecting animals like Theo and supporting animal rescuers like James. Please help Theo by sharing this video and contacting Mark McGowan today.

If you’re in Australia:

Call (08) 6552-5000

Additionally, everyone can go to Mark McGowan’s Facebook page and comment directly on his posts with #ProtectTheo.

Thank you,

Cassie





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When the law is the crime
Please take the time
To see just in justice
At last.
Time goes by,
Far too fast

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

 



Call to Action: Your Voice is Important

April 15, 2019
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Source Up on the Woof
By YeloDoggie, C.A. Wulff



When I think back to the times when I’ve been strongly motivated to advocate for animals, I find that they coincide with particular stories of animal abuse in the news. Stories that hit me in the gut. My current project is no different. For it to be successful, I need to make a lot of noise and to reach a lot of people. To do this, I need your help: the help of other advocates, animal rescues, and animal lovers. Today I am going to give you the opportunity and a clear path to help me and make a difference.

Jeffrey-Nally-Jr-mugshot-35765165.400x800 (1)In 2011, I covered a story out of West Virginia for Pet Pardons News. It was about a young man, Jeffrey A. Nally, who’d been arrested for obtaining animals from “Free to Good Home” ads and then torturing the animals to death. Many of the victims were puppies. Police found the remains of 29 dogs and a cat on his property. If you want to read more about the details of the case, you can do so HERE. (Be warned, it’s gruesome). The case had a prosecutor who really cared. He worked hard to be the voice for Nally’s helpless and innocent victims, and was able to have the man sentenced to 10-45 years in prison. That’s almost unheard of.

Nally comes up for parole in April of 2021. You may not know this, but psychiatric and humane professionals agree: animal abusers are five times more likely to move on to commit other violent crimes like assault and murder. In Jeff Nally’s case, he already has other violent crimes on his record, and given the fact that he’s been quoted as saying, “Killing dogs makes me feel good,” I think you’ll agree with me that the world is a safer place if he remains behind bars and serves his entire sentence.


That’s why I’m putting out this CALL TO ACTION.

1. Sign the petition I’ve started on Change.org and then share it via your social media.


2. Write a letter to the WV  Division of Corrections parole board asking them to deny Jeffrey Nally early parole.

You should address your letter to “Honorable Members of the Parole Board“. Tell them you’d like for them to deny parole for Jeffrey A. Nally, Offender #3507601.

Ask that Nally  be given a “set-off” and be required to serve his full sentence. Tell the parole board why you think Nally is a danger to society, and how you feel about his cruel crimes. Sign your letter and mail it to:

Parole Board
WV Division of Corrections
1356 Hansford St. Suite B
Charleston, WV 25301

Neither the offender nor his attorney will see your letter — only the parole board. Personal letters carry the most weight with the parole board, but if you need help, send me an email and I will provide you with a letter you can sign and mail.


* Alternately, please click HERE for three sample letters targeting the parole board, which need to be  modified/personalized for greatest impact.


3. Make a donation to the GoFundMe that I’ve set up for this project. Donations will be used to purchase pre-printed postcards to the parole board. The postcards will be provided to individuals and groups to share with others to sign and mail in. If there is enough in the GoFundMe, the remainder will be used for postage to mail the postcards.


4. If you are an individual or a member of a group who wants postcards to pass out, please send me an email with your mailing address and the number of postcards you think you’d be able to get others to sign and mail.


5. If you are an official of a rescue or humane group who updates your members with emails or a newsletter, I will provide you with an article upon request.


6. If you are a teacher who would like me to speak to your class about this campaign and advocating for animals, contact me.


7. Share this blog post with others via your social media.

About yelodoggie:

I am an artist, author, and animal advocate. In addition to Up On The Woof, I am the author of Born Without a Tail, and Circling the Waggins: How 5 Misfit Dogs Saved Me from Bewilderness, two true-life chronicles of the challenges and joy of  animal rescue and living with an ever-changing house full of pets. I’ve written about advocacy in How to Change the World in 30 Seconds: a Web Warrior’s Guide to Animal Advocacy Online. which outlines practical steps for advocating for shelter animals in as little as 30 seconds per day, and Finding Fido, which is a guide for people who are looking for a lost pet.

My partner and I have been involved in companion animal rescue since 1986, sometimes sheltering as many as sixteen animals at a time in our home. Currently, we share our lives with five misfit dogs.

I used to say, ‘Somebody should do something about that.’
Then I realized I am somebody.







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This thing has forfeited his right to
Be a member of the human race,
He needs a barren prison asteroid
Of his own,
Alone in space.

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

 




We Animals: The Farm in My Backyard

April 8, 2019
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Source We Animals , We Animals Facebook



Today we’re launching The Farm in My Backyard, a new short film that looks at the devastating impacts that the mink farming industry is having on waterways, animals, and communities in Nova Scotia.

We’ve wanted to tell this story for a long time.

It’s a story of mismanagement, missed opportunities, and government turning its back on common sense and the pleas of its citizens. Our hope is that this film will not only uncover this forgotten story, but also provide a tool to those fighting for change on this issue. Change for animals, for fragile ecosystems, and for coastal communities.

In many countries around the world, markets for fur are closing down as demand wanes. But in the tiny Canadian province of Nova Scotia, the government is putting its own citizens’ well-being second to this controversial industry, doubling down on its support for the fur industry despite its devastating impacts on the environment, animals, and the local residents pleading for change.

We Animals is working with leading groups in Canada and around the world to end fur farming. Sign up to stay informed: weanimalsmedia.org/the-farm-in-my-backyard







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Fur belongs on whom it was born, not by the vain and frivolous worn

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

 




This man has 40,000 tattoos for the number of animals killed every second

April 1, 2019
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Source Live Kindly
By Jemima Webber



Fifty-one-year-old writer, thespian, and vegan activist Alfredo Meschi has 40,000 tattoos on his body — and the reason why might bring you to tears.

Meschi did it for the animals.

Meschi is covered head to toe in 40,000 tiny tattoos – black crosses – each carefully inserted with vegan ink and completed within a year. Speaking to European magazine Cafébabel, the activist explained the reasons behind his choice.

“Why do I have 40,000 tattoos? Because 40,000 non-human animals are slaughtered in the world every second, just to satisfy our appetites,”  Meschi, who has been vegan since 2014, said to the publication.

“It’s as if our awareness of injustice, compassion, and empathy is a tap that gets turned on and off … And every second, there are no fewer than 40,000 non-human animals killed for us. I wanted to capture that, preserve it forever on my skin – that awareness of that number, every second.”


Tattoos And Activism



The activist has led an interesting life. Born in a small town in Tuscany into a family of fishermen and hunters, Meschi has been employed by information technology company IBM, worked as a theater teacher, and after spending the last 50 years fighting for animal rights, now uses his body as a “permanent performance piece, a political manifesto,” Meschi said to Konbini.

There is barely a gap of unmarked skin left on him. Using his body as a canvas for his message, the self-titled “artivist” – a person who uses their artistic talents to challenge injustice and oppression – believes that in addition to their aesthetic appeal, tattoos can be a powerful tool for creating awareness.

The permanent nature of tattoos drew Meschi to the art form, along with the political and social connotations that come with having a tattoo, according to Tattoodo.

The symbol of an X is meaningful, too. “I chose the ‘X’ because it’s a ‘checkmark,’ a neutral symbol that we use when we are finished with something, counting something, or killing ‘something,’” Meschi said to Cafébabel.

Meschi’s body art attracts a lot of attention. “When people see me or my picture, they react with great enthusiasm or with ferocious criticism,” Meschi explained. “Yet either way, the important thing is that they pay attention. Starting conversations, asking questions – to me these are all precious opportunities to start a path towards awareness,” he said.

He added, “I’m an anti-speciesist activist 24/7,” referring to the form of discrimination whereby people give varying levels of importance to different animals based on their species. Those who are anti-speciesist argue that the species group one falls under has no moral significance. Specifically, it addresses the widespread belief that humans are superior to animals simply because they are humans.

Meschi counts all of these reactions as achievements. Speaking to Magzter, he explained, “I express my art through my body, and my activism through the bodily involvement and emotional communication of my performances.” He holds experiential workshops, “participatory” photographic exhibitions, and performs theater pieces to further voice his message.

“Each time someone stops to look at me, I achieve something. Each time my 40,000 X’s are seen and shared on social media, I achieve something. Whether it’s just once, or a hundred times, or a thousand times, or a hundred thousand times… Every time I start a conversation about veganism or animal rights, I achieve something,” he explained.


Are Tattoos Vegan?



All of the tattoo ink – as well as the disinfectants – used for Meschi’s work is vegan, but not all tattoo ink is free from animal products. Non-vegan tattoo ink can contain bone char, gelatin from hooves, glycerin from animal fat, and shellac from beetles, according to animal rights organization PETA.

Animal-derived ingredients can appear in other areas of the tattoo process, too. The stencil paper user by tattoo artists is commonly made from lanolin, which comes from sheep’s wool, and disposable razors can have glycerine in the razor strips, according to The Vegan Society.

Ointments and soaps could also contain animal-based ingredients. Speaking to The Independent, Dina Dicenso, owner of Gristle Tattoo, a vegan tattoo shop in Brooklyn, New York, recommended having a conversation with the artist beforehand to find out what kind of products will be used. Artists are “usually happy to provide the brand names of the products they use,” Dicenso said.

With more people going cruelty-free, vegan tattoos are becoming more popular and a growing number of parlors advertise whether they are vegan-friendly. Website Vegan Tattoo Studios allows you to search for venues near you that use animal-free ink.

Opting for a vegan tattoo won’t disrupt the experience in any way, according to Dicenso. “The tattooing and healing process is exactly the same” when using vegan ink, she said.

Alfredo Meschi Activism

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Meschi’s tattoos aren’t the only way he has raised awareness about the meat industry. He has participated in photoshoots inside of slaughterhouses whilst wearing a cattle tag in one of his ears. He has dunked himself into freezing seawater to address issues of overfishing. Other photo shoots see the Italian wearing a pig mask on his head “in loving memory of those 1.5 billion pigs killed every year for our insane appetite. Bacon? Ham? Sausages? No,” the artist said online.

Meschi insists that people must band together and do their part to make a difference. “The era of ‘present moment art’ begins. And in the present moment, we all need to face the biggest challenge of our history – saving a planet that is dying, and interrupting a holocaust of sentient beings,” he said. “The first step in accomplishing these two perspectives is becoming ethical vegans. And we can do it now. Every second counts.”

Meschi isn’t alone in using confronting figures to trigger a conversation about animal issues. Last year, fashion brand Lacoste launched a line of polo shirts meant to raise awareness about ten of the world’s most endangered species. The critically endangered animals included types of dolphins, tigers, parrots, turtles, condors, rhinoceroses, and lemurs, among others. The number of polos Lacoste produced aligned with the remaining population numbers in the world. Only 1,775 shirts were made.

Meschi is also not alone in using tattoos as a means of promoting a shift away from animals, either. Celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D now promotes vegan tattoo inks and tools. The hashtag #vegantattoo has nearly 170,000 entries on Instagram.

Vegan tattoo studios are also popping up. Last year ocean animal conservation group Sea Shepherd opened a vegan tattoo parlor.

The tattoo parlor was initially announced on the Sea Shepherd Facebook page in 2017. “Very soon you will all be able to go to Amsterdam and get an official Sea Shepherd tattoo!” the group noted. “Our very own campaign veteran, artist and board member, Geert Vons will be available to tattoo Sea Shepherd supporters coming from Amsterdam, with all profits going directly to Sea Shepherd. What do you think? Need to go to Amsterdam Soon?”

40,000 Animals A Second


More than 150 billion animals are slaughtered every year for food, according to The Vegan Calculator, which displays a live counter online of the number of pigs, rabbits, geese, farmed and wild caught fish, buffaloes, horses, and cattle, among various other animals, being killed for food.

An average non-vegan or vegetarian person living in a developed country will eat roughly 7,000 animals during their lifetime. However, more people are choosing to ditch animal products in favor of plant-based foods.

Veganism is surging around the globe; in the U.S, the number of vegans went up by 600 percent in three years. In the UK, rates of veganism boosted by 700 percent in two years. Animal welfare remains a leading driver for those choosing to go without meat, dairy, and eggs. It was the main reason that nearly 80,000 meat eaters signed up for last year’s Veganuary campaign. The 2019 initiative was even more popular, with a quarter of a million people signing up to try veganism.

A number of factors are pointing people toward a vegan diet. Many are giving up animal products for health reasons — consumption of animal products is linked to a number of health risks including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and some forms of cancer.

But concern for the environment is also inspiring people to ditch animal-based foods. Last year, the largest-ever food production analysis, completed by a team of Oxford researchers, found that going vegan was the single biggest way” consumers could help to reduce their impact on the planet.

Some estimates point to livestock production as the single biggest contributor to the greenhouse gas emissions crises. All total, animal agriculture has been estimated as contributing 51 percent of GHG emissions worldwide. The estimate comes from the Worldwatch Institute.

According to the paper, which was not peer-reviewed, scientists have “significantly underestimated emissions of methane expelled by livestock,” notes the Independent. The researchers argue that the “gas’s impact should be calculated over 20 years, in line with its rapid effect – and the latest recommendation from the UN – rather than the 100 years favoured by Livestock’s Long Shadow. This, they say, would add a further 5bn tons of CO2e to livestock emissions – 7.9 per cent of global emissions from all sources.”








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a broken world of tattoos
drowning in tears
as we mourn all those
that should be but
are no longer,
here.

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

 



My Story …

March 25, 2019
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Source ChooseVeg, Kinder World


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I dreamed of a world where kindness, like
Waterfalls caressed and covered
That world In joyous
Possibilities.

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

 

Over 700 Million Kittens Killed for the Super Bowl

March 18, 2019
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Source Ethically Elizabeth Instagram



According to the National Kitten Council, Americans consumed 1.35 billion kitten wings, or over 700 million kittens, this past Super Bowl Sunday…That’s enough “wings” to circle the Earth three times.

Kittens raised and killed for their flesh are bred to grow so quickly that they endure chronic, debilitating pain. They frequently become immobilized under their own weight, suffering from heart attacks, organ failure, and a slew of other health complications due to their unnatural, rapid growth. Charlie here was rescued from a broiler kitten farm a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, the rest of his litter was slaughtered when they were just 5 weeks old.

At the slaughterhouse, these innocent animals are shackled upside down by their brittle legs, and are painfully shocked with electricity, before having their throats slit, often while fully conscious. Approximately 9 billion kittens just like Charlie are brutally killed for their flesh in the US annually. These sentient animals know nothing but neglect, abuse, and terror during their short, miserable lives.

Please be one less person harming animals. This year, adopt a compassionate lifestyle that promotes good health, environmental stewardship, and leaves you with a clean conscience. Find a list of companies that sell great vegan alternatives below!

@gardein
@sweetearthfoods
@the_tofurky_company
@lightlifefoods
@theherbivorousb
@uptonsnaturals
@fieldroast
@vegan_magic
@beyondmeat
@uptonsnaturals
@yvesveggiecuisine
@lindamccartneyfoods
@morningstarfarms
@quornusa
@traderjoesvegan

I replaced the word “chickens” with “kittens” in an effort to get non vegans to better understand the abuse chickens and other farmed animals endure. People become enraged at the idea of kittens being tortured and killed for their flesh, without batting an eye when the same thing happens to equally sentient animals. If you’re upset about kittens being killed and eaten, but aren’t yet vegan, please reconsider your lifestyle. It’s cruel and unnecessary to eat animals of any species. #EndSpeciesism





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no being asks to be born
yet some are maligned, mistreated
murdered and scorned.
ergo treat all others as
you wish to be treated
or you are no more than
an expletive, deleted!

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

 




‘Ethical’ Baby Goat Meat: Another False Dilemma of the Dairy Industry

March 11, 2019
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Source Free From Harm, Cheri Ezell: Cheri Ezell is a former goat dairy farmer turned vegan and sanctuary founder. Read her poignant account of the plight of male kids on goat dairy farms, and why she had a change of heart, here.

Source Free From Harm
By Calen Otto



When we see that a product is “ethically made” it makes us feel good about where we are choosing to spend our dollars. But in some cases, it helps us forget that the “ethically made” “product” that we are consuming is actually a sentient being, and not a product at all.

But what does “ethical” actually mean? We most often see this definition: “morally good or correct”.

With that understanding in mind, I am often shocked to see the oxymoron “ethical meat” even exists, as there is nothing morally good about killing a sentient being only for the pure (and completely unnecessary) pleasure of eating their body. A recent article by The Sun shares that goat meat is set to become the “ethical meat” food trend of 2019. As the article explains, “… around 100,000 young male goats [born to female dairy goats] are killed each year. This is because they cannot be used to produce dairy products, which are already popular, and farmers say there is not enough demand for their meat.” This promotion of “ethical” products derived from animals who would otherwise be trashed is a common tactic of animal agriculture and is purely self-serving. (1)

Does the killing of goats who were artificially bred from an already exploitative industry really make this trend more ethical, just because their bodies will be eaten instead of being disposed of like trash? At its core, if stealing milk from goats for human consumption is unethical (check out all these former dairy farmers who say it is), then by that logic, eating goats who are “byproducts” of the dairy industry is unethical as well.

(1) https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8204257/goat-meat-food-trend-2019/

Please read rest HERE







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ethical goat meat?
slaughter humane?
our already sicko
species
getting more and more
insane !!!!

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

 

 



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