Mapril and Buffy are wondering when the human is going to put them down and fetch them more grapes

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Climate change is pulling the sea ice out from under polar bears’ feet, forcing them to swim longer distances to find food and habitat. Long-distance swimming puts polar bears at risk of drowning due to fatigue or rough seas. 

A report published by the World Watch Institute in 2009 revealed that greenhouse gases produced by livestock comprise 51 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Methane gas, the gas produced most fervently by livestock, traps 100 times more heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide within a 5 year period, and 72 times more within a 20 year period. The good news is that methane also leaves the atmosphere within a decade, whereas carbon dioxide takes several decades or even centuries. This means that a drastic shift away from raising livestock offers a very real hope that we can curb global warming.

*Watches as all of the meat-eating “environmentalists” pull out every “argument” in the book to defend their animal-consuming ways*

Lila at Farm Sanctuary

craigslist houseshare ad: “i have a garden growing in my shower so you have to use eco-friendly hair products. you will see worms and other insects, and you will occasionally see a spider too but they all help out the ecosystem.”

It’s crazy how huge some of these grapes are!

Help & Sponsor the Jane Goodall InstituteTchimpounga Sanctuary provides refuge chimpanzees orphaned due to  the demand for bushmeat (which is trafficked), illegal trade of live animals and the destruction of their habitat. It currently houses more than 170 chimpanzees which the Institute teams provide care and nourishment. Faced with the constant influx of orphans, the shrine has become too small. Thus, the Institute decided to develop three islands in Kouilou River, a few tens of kilometers, to transfer the chimpanzees. There, they can live in semi-freedom in a protected forest area, while continuing to be fed and monitored.In order to provide freedom to the vast number of these orphans, now more than ever, Jane needs you!Help her to release them by sponsoring the sanctuary
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This is a sort of follow up of the GIF set I made of Britches a few days ago.For those of you who don’t know, Britches was a baby monkey who was stolen from his mother, and kept in a research lab at the University of California, Riverside, with a sonar device strapped to his head, and his eyes sown shut without anesthesia. The sonar device kept making a screeching sound, and this drove Britches insane. This was an experiment to study blindness.The GIF you are seeing is Britches after being rescued by the ALF. The bitter ordeal he had to endure had scarred him more than just physically. He displayed neurotic behavior and had fits where he desperately clutched at his body. I think it’s very important that everyone see this. The experimenters don’t want you to know that any of this goes on. Infact, before Britches story came out, Dean Leland Shannon, Chairman of the UCR Animal care committee issued a statement saying ”All the research is painless to the animals…there is no pain whatsoever”.Mr. Grant Mack, president of the American Council of the Blind (a blind man himself) was shocked at hearing about the experiment conducted on Britches, and felt the researches would be putting their time to better use if they were to “find out about blindness from blind people, from blind parents, from blind students. People who can articulate how they really feel, and how they react”.Britches was lucky as he was rescued, but for thousands of other animals, the horror continues.

Graffiti Art in Seoul, Korea

Going on tour with Djurens Rätt again tomorrow.
Djurens Rätt is the biggest, and oldest, animal rights group in Sweden. They work mostly with lobbying, influencing the political agenda as a way to improve the life of animals; mainly in the fields of animal testing, increasing the interest in vegan food and against fur farming.
Right now they focus on a campaign called #minröstförminkarna, which aims to make mink fur farming forbidden. The idea is to raise the demands on the environment for minks that the industry no longer will be profitable.
During the summer they campaign across the whole country, to get new members and a greater chance of prepossess the decision makers to empower the animal protection.
If you’re a Swedish citizen you can become a member from the cost of 25 SEK a month, or 100 SEK/year if you’re 26 years old or younger.