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Feature for Monday, August 2: farmed Chickens
Regarding the Pain of Farmed Animals...
"Farmed" animals are locked into what the twentieth-century animal rights activist Henry Spira referred to as “the universe of pain and suffering” from which there is no escape but in death.
Sentience Articles


Feature for Sunday, August 1: Lamb of God
God Created A Vegan World...
God created a vegan world, and all through time He has been trying to get us to return to being ethical vegans who have empathy for the whole of His creation. The unfortunate problem actually stems from the religious institutions, most of whom follow the corrupt ways of the world instead of following the heavenly will of God, and as a result millions of humans and billions of animals suffer and die unnecessarily every year.
An Bible Sermon
[Photo of Krishna, rescued lamb, courtesy of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]


Feature for Saturday, July 31 Cinnamon Raisin Rolls
Cinnamon Raisin Rolls with Sunflower Seeds
Cinnamon raisin bread rolls with sunflower seeds are a delicious and healthy vegan recipe that is great for making sandwiched, for breakfast, or for any other time of day. Preparation time is about 30 to 40 minutes; rising time is about 45 to 60 minutes, and baking time is about 30 to 35 minutes.


Feature for Friday, July 30:
open sanctuary
Recognizing And Managing Compassion Fatigue At Your Animal Sanctuary
Compassion fatigue is an occupational hazard for any human working closely with someone who has experienced or continues to experience trauma or great difficulties. Its risks can be compounded by the selfless attitude of those who choose to serve systematically exploited populations day in and day out.
How to Avoid 'Burning Out' as an Animal Rights Activist


Feature for Thursday, July 29:

mink pelts
Mink Pelts Produced in the U.S....
1.4 million mink were killed for their fur on U.S. farms in 2020, compared with 2.7 million in 2019 - a decline of 49%. The fur industry is collapsing before our eyes.
Clothing/Cosmetics and Animal Abuse


Feature for Wednesday, July 28: Man and Calf
All-Creatures Newsletter, July 29, 2021...
Caring for Animals and Human suffering? - ACTAsia awarded for compassion in education and ‘conscious fashion’ shows - wild Horses on our public lands vs. welfare ranchers - pig ‘wrestling’ event cancelled - identifying as a vegan - Rosie listened and I went vegan - transitioning from ‘beef and dairy’ to veganic cereals - Rose: one Fox’s life on a fur farm - and more... Weekly Newsletters


Feature for Tuesday, July 27: dead Horse
Some From Last Week: “Returned Lame,” “Pulled Up Lame,” “Bled From Nostrils,” “Fell in Distress,” “Hit a Fallen Rival”...
The industry never says Horses "died." Even if death is not the ultimate result, Horses are victims nonetheless, suffering painful injuries – in the case of the bleeders, pulmonary hemorrhage – so that some people may gamble, others chase pots of gold.
Stop Horse Racing


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