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Animal Rights/ Animals/ Travel

Vegan Eco Travel And Tourism In Thailand

Vegan Eco Travel And Tourism In Thailand

Welcome to Thailand – home of tropical weather, white sand, turquoise waters, delicious vegan food, exotic animals and BIG tourism dollars. Thailand’s thriving tourism industry is big bucks and in a country where the average monthly salary is less then you might earn in one day most Thai people want to take advantage of your tourist dollar. And of course you want to take advantage of what they offer. All…

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Animals/ Stories/ Video

Pregnant Pig Leaps From Moving Truck To Save Her Babies

Pregnant Pig Leaps From Moving Truck To Save Her Babies

Rita the pig did something amazing–she broke free from a flimsy cage on a transport truck headed to a slaughterhouse, and jumped from the moving vehicle to freedom. She miraculously landed safely in some grass, and animal control officers took her to a shelter where she proceeded to give birth to 14 babies! Five piglets did not survive, but nine did, and they all needed a home fast. The wonderful…

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Animal Rights/ Events/ General/ Travel/ Veganism

Mother’s Day Weekend Events With The Farm Animals!

Mother's Day Weekend Events With The Farm Animals!

What better way to celebrate Be Kind to Animals Week and Mother’s Day, then to spend it with our animal friends? In Northern California, two exciting events are happening on Mother’s Day weekend (May 10th and 11th). The first event is Farm Sanctuary’s California Hoe Down, held at their Orland, California shelter. The event starts on Saturday morning (May 10th) and runs through Sunday afternoon (May 11th). The event features…

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Animal Companions/ Animal Rights/ Events

Sponsor a Baby…

We just received this and would like to pass it on to you… This Easter, Parents Urged to Sponsor an Animal in Need for Their Children, Not Buy One Watkins Glen, NY – March 22, 2010 – They are cute and fuzzy and at first may seem like the perfect Easter gift for a child, but all too often the ducklings, chicks and bunnies that are cherished on Easter day…

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