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Cindy on Fall dayThis blog is dedicated to Animal welfare. I do PR for a Health and Wellness company and care deeply for animals.

I have 5 rescue dogs and 9 cats that I love as my own children. I want to make people aware of the abuse that animals endure. We must have a kinder world and treat all animals with respect. Go Vegan because the cows, pigs, chickens and turkeys you eat, have been severely abused at the farm factories. If you love animals, why eat them? Going Vegan is also better for your health preventing heart disease, diabetes and other health problems due to eating meat and drinking dairy products.

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We Can Make a Difference Together
Cindy Wines wants to make a difference.

She wants to save the animals; she wants to save the children from abuse.

She most definitely wants to stop the abuse of both. Thus, she’s created the “Free the Elephants/Save the Children from abuse” website.

“The elephants are very large and have no place to go,’’ she said. “The children are very small and defenseless and they have no place to go.’’ When there is abuse of animals, large or small, the abuse to children usually follows. If you witness a dog or cat being abused, it is very important to report it to the Humane Society or the proper authorities. These people are sick and need to be reported. If people think it is OK to beat a dog or cat, it will be OK to beat and abuse a child too. As Pat Derby says “Elephants bring out the rath in men, when it comes to abuse.” They are sensitive, their skin is sensitive and elephants never forget!!

You, too, can make a difference. Join her in her fight to save the animals from abuse in the circus and abuse of the children in their homes.

“When you see the abuse of the elephants and tigers when they are at the circus,’’ Cindy said, “you want to do something. You want to protect them. You want to save them from this abuse.’’ “This madness has to stop. There is no excuse for this.”

It’s Cindy’s mission.

Cindy wants it all to STOP. She’s active in supporting www.PAWSweb.org, which has the oldest and largest elephant santuary in the U.S.and provides peace and retirement for elephants, tigers and other performing animals from the circuses. Also donate to www.BigCatRescue.org. These are both accredited sanctuaries here in the U.S.

It’s become her passion. You can hear it in her voice. You can hear it in her tone. And you can see it in her love for animals. After all, she’s the proud caretaker of five dogs and three cats.

“I want to let people know that they shouldn’t take their children to the circus,’’ she said. “We live in a too-modern of a society to be making these animals perform acts to the delight of people. We need to put an end to these actions.”

Elephants are warm, gentle “social creatures’’ and there is no need to have them locked up and chained for 20 hours a day. Any of the animals in the circus, need to be freed and taken to the PAWS santuary. This place is the next best thing to heaven. The tigers pace back and forth. They don’t deserve to be beaten and shocked in order to perform their stupid tricks of jumping through rings of fire.

“We need to stop the circus and what it does to the animals,’’ she said. “It is daily torture; daily abuse.’’. You can help by donating to www.pawsweb.org or clicking on my link under the elephant video where I am working with other animal non profits. I also work with Big Cat Rescue www.bigcatrescue.org. They take in abused and circus cats that may have been taken in as “Pets” and turn into 200 lb cats. Orphan Acres is a horse rescue ranch in Viola, Idaho. I also work with Brent Glover weekly to help him with his 80 horses. Most of them have been abused or rejected by their owners. In this tough economy, they can’t afford to feed their horses so they send them to slaughter or abandon them. All these animals need your voice.

It only takes a little help from each of you. Their Mission Statement is to deliver healing pet therapy to abused, neglected and at risk children, nurturing their ability to love and trust thereby freeing them from the cycle of violence. Is that not what we are also trying to achieve for the elephants? They both need peace and freedom from their cycle of violence.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the solution, email me at cindy@freetheelephants.com and I can show you a way to donate residual income on a monthly basis by simply grocery shopping with a eco friendly company that wants to help in our quest of helping animals and children in abusive situaions. You can also call me at 1-866-844-9777. Let’s all make a difference and make the world a better place.

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5 comments to About

  • Cindy  says:

    Dear Suzette:
    I have to get back to posting again. I moved from dangerous Tucson to wonderful Viola, ID to work with a horse rescue ranch up here.
    Thanks for your comments.
    As you can see I am passionate about animals.
    Cindy

  • Cindy  says:

    Glad you like my site.

  • Tonya Bruck  says:

    I am a volunteer at Big Cat Rescue and I saw an ad on craigslist about making money and helping out the cats Can you email me that info I would love to help out im any way possible. Thanks

  • Cindy  says:

    Hi Tonya:
    If you are still interested in helping BCR with fundraising, send me a text at 208-400-0013. Look at my website which is http://www.earthandanimalwellness.com

  • Daniel Mansberg  says:

    Cindy – Good talking with you today. I clicked on the link to this site from the signature in your email and looked around a little. Wow, you really need to be free to pursue this mission. So much to be done. When the time comes I’ll introduce you to one of our company founders, Mike Hinsvark, who is very much interested in animal welfare. Good luck with everything over the next few weeks. Look forward to speaking after that. – Daniel

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