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Feature for Thursday, September 23: rescued Bear Xuan
Our last promise to bear Xuan...
Millions of animals are brutalized for 'medicine' - whether it's 'traditional medicine' or big pharma's latest drugs, it's all disgustingly abusive... To Xuan: "We know that light was something you only experienced when your former owner came to feed you. Or even worse: puncture your gallbladder with a sharp needle, to steal your bile. It makes our broken heart smile a bit to know that we at least could show you the sun again. Could show you that there is so much more to live than darkness and pain."
Animals in Labs


Feature for Wednesday, September 22: Tule Elk sacrificed
All-Creatures Newsletter, September 23, 2021...
Tule Elk to be sacrificed for ‘dairy’ products - coconuts picked by enslaved abused Monkeys? - another Faroe Island dolphin slaughter - Ducks demonstrating ahimsa - Amsterdam bans fur and sale of live crabs, lobsters - not ‘just’ a Pigeon – actually touching a ‘Sow’ - another ‘circus’ Elephant rescued - vegan ethics in everybody’s everyday life - another roadside zoo closed - and more.... Weekly Newsletters


Feature for Tuesday, September 21: Ducks Ahimsa
Ahimsa in Action - A Heart-touching Duck Story...
Luna - the female duck has osteoporosis and a broken leg. We have multiple veterinarians analyzing her condition and determining how best to help her. She is on crate rest. She can see the boys, but she's being confined to a smaller space to keep her from moving too much. Each time I visit these three, my heart melts. Benjamin and Oliver are sitting right there - next to the crate with Luna. They NEVER leave her side. This show of love touches our hearts and brings tears to our eyes. To witness this incredible show of love between individuals that humans once discarded is our privilege.
Sentience Articles


Feature for Monday, September 20: monkey slaves
Did an abused monkey pick your coconut?...
Agile and adept climbers, pig-tailed macaques are acquired as infants by farmers. They are chained at the neck and trained to climb trees to pick coconuts. They are beaten regularly, worked to exhaustion, fed non-nutritious food, and deprived of socialization with their kind. They suffer from PTSD and frequently engage in self-mutilating behavior. When they become old and outlive their usefulness — suffering from mental illness, missing teeth, and unable to forage for food or protect themselves from predators — they are left in the wild to die.
Wildlife Articles

Feature for Sunday, September 19: Lamb of God
Recognizing Corruption...
Recognizing corruption is really easy to do for true peacemaking children of God who live in His heavenly will, for corruption is all around us, and it’s against, or counter to, the heavenly will of God. We should even be recognizing corruption that is quite subtle, such as when we hear discussions about ending global warming and they fail to mention the greatest contributor to global warming: raising animals for food, for the methane that is emitted by the animals is 23 times more toxic to the environment than carbon dioxide.
An Bible Sermon
[Photo of Krishna, rescued lamb, courtesy of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]


Feature for Saturday, September 18: Black-eyed Pea Sweet Potato Soup
Black-eyed Pea Sweet Potato Soup...
We make this black-eyed pea sweet potato soup recipe in our 6-1/2 quart slow cooker (Crock-Pot), which makes enough for a crowd, or for us for several days since it is great for leftovers, and can be stored in the refrigerator in the covered cooking pot for a few days. We love thick soups like this one, but this recipe can be made thinner by adding additional water while cooking. This recipe makes enough for about 8 adult meals or double that amount of servings as an appetizer.


Feature for Friday, September 17:
fish organs
Fish Are Sentient Too...
Fishes experience emotions, pleasure, pain, and fear. They have nerve receptors that detect painful events. Pain signals are sent to higher brain areas. Pain receptors are similar to amphibians, birds, and mammals. The three types of pain receptors in people are also in Fishes. Their pain sensitivity is comparable to humans.
Fishes Articles


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