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Feature for Tuesday, February 7
Forty Starving Sheep Rescued From Backyard Slaughter Operation In New York
rescued Sheep and Lamb
The flock of sheep at a backyard slaughter operation in New York, some of whom were pregnant, were close to death when found by investigators and required urgent medical treatment.
Meat and Dairy Articles

Feature for Monday, February 7
Lie to me
childhood wonderment
"Lie to me / evoke tales of childhood wonderment / Do not tell me / that the planet / is exhausted / Species / plummeting..."
Artwork By J.H. Dickinson

Feature for Sunday, February 5
Evil Animal Treatment
Evil animal treatment is something that has been going on for thousands of years, but relatively little of it is mentioned in the pages of our Bibles, nor for the most part is it mentioned in our modern media. What is mentioned are the specific cases of animal abuse, but not the overwhelming evil animal treatment that is taking place on our farms, our slaughterhouses, our laboratories, and our entertainment.
An Bible Sermons
[Pictured is Krishna from Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]

Feature for Saturday, February 4
Carob Chia Pudding
carob pudding
Carob chia pudding is a delicious vegan recipe that requires no cooking, and takes only 10 to 15 minutes to prepare. One batch makes about four 4-ounce servings which are great for a dessert or for a snack. It is best to make this recipe the day before you wish to serve the pudding. If you wish to make more, just double or triple the batch.

Feature for Friday, February 3
Qualities and Virtues Wolves and Humans Share
Wolf pack
These essential socio-biologically evolved qualities for survival we humans share with wolves, but we kill them for sport and invade their territories then justify their eradication. Unlike us, wolves naturally control their numbers and provide environmental services that sustain biological diversity and ecological health.
Sentience Articles /Wildlife Articles

Feature for Thursday, February 2
How emissions from big meat and dairy are heating up the planet
cow emissions
The methane emissions of five of the largest American meat corporations and 10 of the largest American dairy corporations are equal to over 80% of the European Union’s entire methane footprint, according to ANOTHER new report.
Meat and Dairy Articles / Environment Articles

Feature for Wednesday, February 1 February 1 Newsletter
caged Rabbits
Vegan Dogs, yes! — ongoing wars on Wolves — Anthony’s Little Boy, Winston — about Rabbits during the “Year of the Rabbit” — attorneys for abused companion Animals — more validated non-Animal medical research — powerful ways to defend No Kill — Lie to me: remind me of childhood wonderment — message from a Bear — real cause of the Sixth Great Extinction — reducetarianism justifications for slaughtering Animals for food — more horrors inflicted on Horses for ‘races’ — and more...
[Image from Gong Xi Fa Cai! It’s The Year of the Rabbit – but what does this really mean for Rabbits in China and Asia?] Weekly Newsletters

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Animals Slaughtered:

Number of animals killed in the world by the fishing, meat, dairy and egg industries, since you opened this webpage.

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0camels / camelids