He’Art is an amazing rescue and hospital in Istanbul.

The cruelty to dogs and cats is so horrible. The video of Rosalie is a dog that had been abused and kept in the dark for 4 years. She is with a loving family now and has hair on her body. Mocha is another sad case where this poor puppy was tied to a tree, dragged around by boys and then they cut a hole in her throat. Donate what you can to this wonderful hospital. They do very good, compassionate work and they need your help.

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Do not EVER take a selfie with baby or adult tigers!

If you are ever tempted to sit with a tiger and have your picture taken, you are contributing to animal abuse. These are wild animals. They do not deserve to be chained, beaten starved or made to sit while stupid humans stroke them or want their pictures taken. These baby tigers belong with their mothers. THINK before you do this horrible act.

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Acts of Kindness for elephants with land mine injuries!

Man is so cruel that he makes these elephants in Thailand work in forests where there are land mines. The adult and babies get their legs blown off. Watch this documentary on the FAE Hospital that helps these innocent beings.

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3 of the Leopards at Big Cat Rescue licking a BLoodsicle. Yummy!

Here is Jumani and two other leopards at Big Cat Rescue getting a nice cold treat when it is hot. Normal motion and then in slow motion!!

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A tiny baby Orangutan meets some of the other babies.

It is so sad that orangutans lose their parents. It may be the Palm Oil industry or logging or man wanting these babies for pets. So sad.

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Here is a video from my favorite local horse rescue, Orphan Acres.

Hi everyone:
You know by now that I work here locally in Northern Idaho for Orphan acres horse rescue. I try to get there on the weekends an I help with grain, hay, alfalfa and fresh water. Watch this video to learn more.

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Don’t do TIger Selfies!

It is extremely cruel to pose with a tiger. These are wild animals and they are beaten or starved into submission. Any tigers you see in the circus or in Las VEgas have had their spirits broken with living in small cages, being chained or starved all the time.

They are used to roaming wild.

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Nosey, a 32 year old elephant still suffers!

Nosey, the elephant, owned by Hugo Liebel still suffers. It is unbelievable that he has gotten a new license for 2015 and he can continue to abuse this poor suffering elephant.
See on Facebook a page for her. Tweet for her and contact PETA and anyone you can to write letters and complain about this abuse this poor soul receives daily.

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The David Sheldrick Trust Fund rescues the tiniest baby ever!

A tribe in the Ndotto Mountains found a 40 lb. baby elephant in amoungst their herd of sheep and cattle. This baby was born premature, still having its umbilical cord attached, pink ears and weak legs. Very tiny. The villagers hurried down the mountain to get a hold of a ranger so they could contact The David Sheldrick Elephant Sanctuary and get this baby on the right baby formula and to people that could take care of him since he was so fragile.He is still 5 months old and very small. To adopt an elephant, it is only $55. Watch the video and consider adopting. All of the helicopter and airplane rescues are paid for by donations. None of these babies could be saved if they did not hurry and get them safe and warm with the other babies.

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103 old Orca “Granny” Spotted, Bad News for SeaWorld!


UPDATE: Since this post, Granny has been making serious waves, by guiding her family, swimming hundreds and hundreds of miles off the Pacific coast and by generally proving SeaWorld wrong in every way. Also see this post for an explanation of how scientists know her age.

SeaWorld could be in trouble because of “Granny,” the world’s oldest known living orca. The 103-year-old whale (also known as J2) was recently spotted off Canada’s western coast with her pod — her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. But while the Granny sighting is thrilling for us, it’s problematic for SeaWorld.

First of all, SeaWorld has claimed that “no one knows for sure how long killer whales live,” when simple figures or even living and thriving examples — like Granny — can give us a pret...

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