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Feature for Tuesday, May 28
Consumers Oppose Feather Cruelty, but They're Being Misled by Fashion Brands
peacock feathers
The vast majority of people maintain that it is not acceptable to farm and kill wild animals for clothing and accessories, including feathers.
Clothing/Cosmetics and Animal Abuses

Feature for Monday, May 27
The Cage-Free Illusion: Parts 1 and 2
Egg Production Articles

Feature for Sunday, May 26
Bible Commentary: Job 12:7
Lamb Krishna
This Job:7 verse and the following verses in this chapter are part of Job’s response to Zophar. If Job knew these truths some 4,000 years ago, and his message to us could be plainly seen in the pages of the Bible ever since it was put together, then why do most people ignore the animals’ role in God’s creation today? Because killing and eating animals is proof that people don’t understand that we can still ask the animals and learn from them.
[Pictured is Krishna from Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]
An Bible Sermons

Feature for Saturday, May 25
Four Bean Salad - The Quick and Easy Way
4-bean salad
This four bean salad is made the quick and easy way with canned beans, and it's a vegan recipe that can be made in 15 to 20 minutes.
Vegan Recipes

Feature for Friday, May 24
How Does Habitat Fragmentation Harm Wildlife?
monkeys habitat
To understand how habitat fragmentation affects wildlife, I often think of a study I first covered in 2016 about three monkey species — the white-fronted capuchin (Cebus albifrons), the Venezuelan red howler (Alouatta seniculus), and the critically endangered brown spider monkey (Ateles hybridus). All three live in Colombia’s Magdalena Valley, where they’ve been forced to adapt to life in and around massive cattle ranches.
Wildlife Articles / Environment Articles

Feature for Thursday, May 23
Leon Loving the Sanctuary Life in Honor of World Turtle Day
Turtle Leon
Leon was passed from one home to another, along with being a classroom “pet” and his physical and emotional scars were evident. When I first met Leon, my heart broke for the years of improper care he had endured. The injustice of his situation—caused by a loss of interest and a lack of understanding that led to neglect—motivated me even more to advocate for animals like him.
Entertainment Abuses Articles

Feature for Wednesday, May 22 May 22 Newsletter Wolf
All-Creatures livestream interview, Will Tuttle — Hamster breeding mill horrors — conservation does work — animal sentience in art — Patty Mark, activist extraordinaire, turns 75 — could gruesome horse soring soon be illegal? — Food Empowerment Project announces youth zine ‘Envision’ — saving Purple Martins — another win for Greyhounds — Japan to slaughter more Whales — Duck hunting hurts many Animals — Tyson dumps toxic pollutants into waterways — and more…
Image from Conservation Works—and Science Just Proved It Weekly Newsletters

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