Help ons protesteren tegen wrede fiesta in Mexico!
Help ons protesteren tegen wrede fiesta in Mexico!
Ieder jaar op 1 februari worden zes of meer stieren op een gruwelijke manier gemarteld en gedood tijdens de 'Fiesta de la Virgen de la Candelaria' in de Mexicaanse gemeente Tlacotalpan (Veracruz). Eerst krijgen de stieren met geweld sterke drank toegediend, dan worden ze door een rivier gesleept aan touwen die bevestigd zijn aan bootjes en eenmaal aan wal worden ze door de straten gejaagd en gemarteld met messen, stokken en andere martelwerktuigen, tot de dood erop volgt.
Het slepen van de stieren door de rivier heet 'embalse de toros' en dit wordt zelfs door de lokale VVV gepromoot. In 2006 verbood de gouverneur van de staat Veracruz, na gesprekken met en protesten van dierenbeschermers, dit afschuwelijke festival, maar de burgemeester van Tlacotalpan trok zich hier niets van aan.
Protestsong tegen het stierenvechten steeds populairder
Zangers Jan-Bert Keuter en Co Timmer schreven een tijdje geleden de song 'El Torero' als protest tegen het stierenvechten. Zij namen contact op met CAS International om ons op de song te wijzen en wij publiceerden deze op onze website.
Onze zusterorganisatie AnimaNaturalis maakte een video bij de song, die geplaatst is op Youtube. De video is al door veel mensen bekeken en ook de Nederlandse media zijn geïnteresseerd geraakt.
*Bekijk de video's eens, wat zorg voor een afgeschreven dier kan doen !
EM: The Story of a Real Miracle which wasn’t.
When something unusual happens which we had expected in the least to happen, we call it a miracle. But sometimes just to save ourselves from any humiliation from our own conscience, when we don’t show enough effort or commitment towards something which can be achieved by simply doing that act honestly, yet it happens on its own, we call that too a miracle.
This short story, in reality is a long, tiring, tough yet committed effort, which Ms. Anjali Kakati of Delhi had the courage to take up and follow through with true faith and conviction. This is a story of a street dog named “Em” which according to all vets had NO chance of survival. But Anjali’s love and commitment towards that dog was so true, honest, pure and strong that it dissolved all odds and impossibilities into a reality which ordinary people, who shy away from taking a chance and doing real effort, would call a Miracle. I don’t call it a miracle because it is not caused by nature or God on its own, but only by the true love displayed by Anjali for this dog. And to people who believe in love and doing something from their heart this is possible in every such case as it became in Em’s.
Em was found paralysed waist below due to a road accident. Vets, AWOs had as usual suggested euthanasia for Em. But Anjali decided to voluntarily go through a lot just so that Em gets that one chance to live, which he had a right to for being a living creature. This thought most people, including most animal lovers don’t agree with or appreciate due to many reasons and arguments. Yet in my view to save one impossible life is doing more than saving it. It is opening new doors for many of those other lives which also need that one chance to live. As I have argued before, we even as animal lovers don’t have a right to decide if an injured animal should live or die, just because we feed that animal or help that animal. Our true love is tested not when we take care of that animal in good times, but only when that animal needs all our will, resources, time and patience when it is in deep trouble. If we give up on its life at that time, then we cant be loving it for real.
Also if all animals were to be put to sleep in the name of mercy then we wont be needing any animal hospitals or research. Human medical science is so advanced only because of those many critical cases and many illnesses which weren’t put down but tried upon. New treatments only evolve and develop only when the need for it is the most. Animal lovers or vets who suggest to put down animals actually closed that door forever and that one chance when someone could come up with a treatment or cure for a certain medical condition which seems incurable.
Following are a few words by Anjali herself briefly describing her ordeal with Em’s paralysis and his fatal illness, which only her commitment cured in no time :-
This was approximately in August-September 2008.
“….Em is one of the many stray dogs that we feed in C.R.Park. His was a group of 5 dogs near C.R.Park police station. One day we saw him limp a little but he ate as usual. Thinking it not to be anything major we soon forgot about it. After that for 3 days in a row we could not locate him as he did not turn up for food at night when we gave the reverse signal of the car(that’s the signal all the dogs have recognized and respond immediately). Worried the next day which was thankfully a Saturday (my off from office), I started enquiring about him nearby. The ATM guard told me that early morning he was dragging himself, unable to walk and headed towards the market. I looked everywhere but much to my dismay could not locate him.I must have made innumerable trips to the market every hour or so trying helplessly to locate him as I was certain he needed immediate help or he would be in big trouble. Then towards the evening my sister had gone to fetch some groceries, she casually asked the storekeeper if he saw one dog dragging. He said he did not but said that between the staircase to the basement and the ground floor in a remote corner one dog is lying since morning and told her to have a look if that is the same dogwe were looking for.
My sister saw and much to her horror, Em was lying in a depilated condition, the side of his face torn with blood and pus oozing. He was so weak that he was unable to even move an inch or so but when she called him he tried to still wag the tail.
My sister quickly got a bed sheet she had in her car (we usually keep one for such emergency conditions) and first pulled him out from the corner and quickly wrapped around him and picking him up like a small child rushed to Animal India Trust as that was the most nearby shelter in Lajpat Nagar.
The attendant told that he would need stitches to cover the would as his skin from face was hanging and raw flesh was showing. My sister waited for a while and after making sure he was ok she headed home.
So far so good. But now the real battle started.
Dr.Devi of Animal India Trust said she was giving certain antibiotics to Em but his condition remained the same and he was not improving. She suggested that he was paralysed. With a heavy heart she said that he has no future being a stray and only solution is to put him to sleep. Her sentence sent me jitters. That’s the worst possible sentence that I could hear regarding my dogs from any doctor. Unable to sleep the entire night andimages of Em running towards me for his food flasing in front of my eyes, I took an off the next day from work to visit him.
He was locked up in a cage as the other dogs. As I put my finger through the tiny opening in the cage he licked my finger and I could see the joy in his eyes. The same joy that we would have if we saw any family member in an unknown place. I felt he was pleading to take him home.
The big challenge was to find him an accommodation nearby C.R.Park so that I could visit him everyday. I headed towards Sonadi Trust. And Thank God for that. Mrs. Sengupta does not believe in euthanasia. She has only one answer to all supporters of euthanasia. If your parents some day become paralysed would you euthanize them too?
She agreed to take him and accommodate him in her house after I guaranteed that I would visit him everyday and feed him, clean him and exercise him.
I also got a huge support from Rishi Dev who too is against Euthanasia. I wish his dog Moghli too would have lived then Em and Moghli would have made a handsome couple J
Sonadi trust had one wheel chair which was relatively small for Em but nevertheless I managed to exercise him with that. But after a month or so, the wheel chair had been transported to the shelter in Najabgarh as one other dog in shelter too needed the chair. Em was very disappointed as it meant missing his daily walks which he eagerly looked forward to. For some days I used to pick up both his hind legs and walk with him as he used to walk with his front legs. But this was a temporary solution. Helplessly I tried to find where I can make another wheel chair. I again called up Rishi Dev who guided me to Jeevashram and they in turn told me to get in touch with Bitto who specializes in making wheel chairs.
I would also be very grateful to Mudita Chandra and her friends who contributed generously in making the chair and also another friend of mine Atu who sent money all the way from New York.
When some one asked me what is so special about Em that compelled me to take on such a responsibility which may extend years together, I say that for me every dog is special. Given a chance I want to open a shelter only for paralysed dogs where each dog would have his own wheel chair roaming about in a huge lawn playing, running, fetching and so that NO DOG PARALYSED WILL EVER BE PUT TO SLEEP. These dogs love you with all they have without any conditions and only expects that you love them back if not more than atleast as much as they love you. Rightly said “HE IS YOUR FRIEND, YOUR PARTNER, YOUR DEFENDER, YOUR DOG. YOU ARE HIS LIFE, HIS LOVE, HIS LEADER. HE WILL BE YOURS, FAITHFUL AND TRUE, TO THE LAST BEAT OF HIS HEART. YOU OWE IT TO HIM TO BE WORTHY OF SUCH DEVOTION”. Every afternoon when I visited him, the moment my car stoped and he realized it’s me he made the strangest of the cutest noise. As if to say to the world here comes my mom. He looked forward to walking with me, running with me and spending quality time together. We talked a lot. I kept telling him that one day he will be strong enough to walk again without the chair and then we both will race. We will see who wins the race. He knew it well enough as he chuckled; he will for sure. I too wished the same.
Then, I appointed a dog walker as my office timing was increasingly getting erratic and I did not want to compromise on EM’s exercise schedule. Still I made a point to come down everyday to meet him. He waited for me endlessly and would perk up the moment he sensed my car stopping outside.
He was making progress everyday bit by bit.
Finally, A year later as of today he walks with me without the wheel chair and runs inside the park.
This is a real story where hope won against all odds. Where possible Euthanasia should not be practiced. We as human beings can at the least do is to give another living being a chance to test his/her own destiny.
Attached are the videosof EM from the stage of paralysis to the recovery stage……..”
Dear readers ! Thank you all for reading this. Kindly forward this to all you know and especially to animal lovers who need to take that one extra step to really make that difference that each one of us ought to. And please, this is no miracle, but our own efforts that reaps the true results in the end.
Thank you so much to Amy for compiling this information and providing her informational and extensive alert, which you can refer to at the following (I will copy in its entirety below under BACKGROUND, but please see her alert as it very-well laid out):
Sea Shepherd's Ady Gil has been intentionally attacked with no consideration for its crew; all six are safe, rescued by the Bob Barker. Please send one letter using mine, your own, or an edited version condemning this act and asking Oz officials to support promised actions. Thank you.
WHERE TO SEND YOUR LETTERS OF PROTEST:
Email Peter Garrett: Peter.Garrett.MP@aph.gov.au And here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the Embassy of Japan and their New York City Consulate Office asking them to stop killing whales and stop trying to murder our activist friends:
Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki Embassy of Japan in the USA 2520 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20008 Phone: 22.214.171.12400 or 6900 Fax: 202.328.2187 e-mail: email@example.com
Ambassador Shinichi Nishimiya Japanese Consulate General 299 Park Avenue New York, NY 10171 Phone: 1.212.371.8222 Fax: 1.212. 371.1294 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not live in the United States, go to the following link to find your closest Embassy or Consulate office:
Dear Amabassadors Fujisake and Nishimiya and Minister Garrett,
I am appalled to discover that the Japanese whaler, Shonan Maru2, in a demonstration of extreme negligence and intimidation, has intentionally attacked the Sea Shepherd vessel Ady Gil; as the result of this unprovoked assault, the Ady Gil has been completely destroyed, its crew members abandoned in undeniably dangerous conditions. Although the Ady Gil crew members were fortunately rescued by another Sea Shepherd ship, the Bob Barker, their lives were jeopardized during the commission of the internationally-recognized illegal act of killing whales as conducted by the Shonan Maru2. Diplomatic rhetoric fails to disguise the deliberate and criminal slaughter of whales; promoted as research intended to solicit global support and encouragement, the Japanese hunting and butchery of whales is instead revealed and recognized as fundamentally unethical, environmentally harmful, and internationally prohibited. I demand condemnation of this act, official apology, and restitution for the loss of the Ady Gil, a $1.5 million investment, by the Japanese government; I furthermore implore upon the Australian government to publicly support its citizens by defending the actions of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) and assisting in its goals.
Please allow me this opportunity to illustrate my concerns. As you are aware, Captain Paul Watson and crew are instrumental in protecting marine wildlife; the slaughter of whales is not only illegal, but these actions also contribute to the destruction of a delicate ecology. SSCS has embraced an historically extensive principled belief to defend whales from this unauthorized slaughter, which also directly benefits the marine environment. There are no other organizations or governments willing to implement direct-action techniques in ensuring the sanctity of our ocean ecosystems, and we all have an ethical obligation to support SSCS in any manner possible to enable its admirable and necessary actions.
As such, I find it reprehensible that SSCS is inaccurately criticized for potentially endangering life when its actions are in direct response to the criminal goals of the Japanese whalers; an extension of compassion to protect innocent, sentient life is not a censurable action, and these efforts should be championed and proudly hailed as being courageous and just. Political machinations meant to disrupt the honorable work while compromising the safety of both crew and marine life is reprehensible, and for both governments to engage in self-serving ambition while negotiating bureaucratic position is cowardly and unscrupulous. The Australian government, elected for its promise to protect citizens and marine life, has maddeningly reneged on its oath; the Japanese government, benefiting from largely global apathy and marginal protest, has taken advantage of such insignificant objection and almost unrestrictedly slaughters whales even against established international protocols prohibiting such.
It is my hope that the international collective of people unwilling to excuse this decidedly criminal and vicious act will be met with receptive consideration from all nations to extend both appropriate financial aid, generosity, and gratitude towards Sea Shepherd and crew as well as to demand compensation from and an immediate termination of whale slaughter by the Japanese government. When one makes sacrifices to protect our marine wildlife and ecology out of concern and selflessness, we have a duty to maintain such valiant efforts via financial contributions and moral support. If not for the courageous Sea Shepherd and crew we would lose the inherent beauty and importance of our oceans, permanently destroyed by the selfish, greedy, and illegal actions of a few. Future generations would be unwilling to accept monetary validations and will only demand explanation as to why such little was done when provided the opportunity. What will mostly echo in their minds, however, was why so few had the courage to denounce the actions in which a country decided to unethically and egotistically engage on behalf of the world.
Please scrutinize your decisions and instead embrace the noble privilege to help, rather than criminally harm.
I was woken at 4am GMT to hear that the Japanese whaler and security vessel Shonan Maru2 had deliberately rammed the small Sea Shepherd intercept vessel Ady Gil. The Ady Gil had lost the front 3 metres of her nose completely and it is a miracle nobody was seriously injured or killed.
Captain Watson has made the following statement to the press:
In an unprovoked attack captured on film, the Japanese security ship Shonan Maru #2 deliberately rammed and caused catastrophic damage to the Sea Shepherd vessel Ady Gil.
Six crew crewmembers, four from New Zealand, one from Australia and one from the Netherlands were immediately rescued by the crew of the Sea Shepherd ship Bob Barker. None of the crew Ady Gil crew were injured.
The Ady Gil is believed to be sinking and chances of salvage are very grim.
According to eyewitness Captain Chuck Swift on the Bob Barker, the attack happened while the vessels were dead in the water. The Shonan Maru #2 suddenly started up and deliberately rammed the Ady Gil ripping eight feet of the bow of the vessel completely off. According to Captain Swift, the vessel does not look like it will be saved.
“The Japanese whalers have now escalated this conflict very violently.” Said Captain Paul Watson. “If they think that our remaining two ships will retreat from the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary in the face of their extremism, they will be mistaken. We now have a real whale war on our hands and we have no intention of retreating.”
Captain Paul Watson onboard the Steve Irwin is racing towards the area at 16 knots but still remains some five hundred miles to the north. The Bob Barker will has temporarily stop the pursuit of the Nisshin Maru to rescue the crew of the Ady Gil. The Japanese ships refused to acknowledge the May Day distress of the Ady Gil and used the incident to break away from the scene of the ramming.
The incident took place at 64 Degrees and 03 Minutes South and 143 Degrees and 09 Minutes East
Until this morning the Japanese were completely unaware of the existence of the Bob Barker. This newest addition to the Sea Shepherd fleet left Mauritius off the coast of Africa on December 18th and was able to advance along the ice edge from the West as the Japanese were busy worrying about the advance of the Steve Irwin from the North.
“This is a substantial loss for our organization,” said Captain Watson. “The Ady Gil, the former Earthrace vessel, represents a loss of almost two million dollars. However the loss of a single whale is of more importance to us and we will not lose the Ady Gil in vain. This blow simply strengthens our resolve, it does not weaken our spirit.”
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is requesting that the Australian government send a naval vessel to restore the peace in the waters of the Australian Antarctic Territory. We have 77 crew from 16 nations on three vessels, 6 of them were on the Ady Gil. Of these 21 are Australian citizens. 16 Australians on the Steve Irwin and 5 on the Bob Barker. Sea Shepherd believes that the Australian government has a responsibility to protect the lives of Australian citizens working to defend whales from illegal Japanese whaling activities.
“Australia needs to send a naval vessel down here as soon as possible to protect both the whales and the Australian citizens working to defend these whales.” Said Steve Irwin Chief Cook Laura Dakin of Canberra. “This is Australian Antarctic Territorial waters and I see the Japanese whalers doing whatever they want with impunity down here without a single Australian government vessel anywhere to be found. Peter Garrett, I have one question for you. Where the bloody hell are you?”
Een drietal astronomen hebben ontdekt dat er een gigantische ster aan het ontstaan in die de aarde in [potentie kan vernietigen. Het gaat om T Pyxidis. T Pyxidis was al bekend, maar nu blijkt dat het veel dichter bij de aarde staat dan aanvankelijk werd gedacht. De supernova staat 'slechts' 3260 lichtjaren van ons verwijderd, een kleine afstand in galactische termen.
Om ongeveer 20 jaar deden er bij T Pyxidis explosies voor, nova's genaamd, maar de laatste aantal explosies is alweer van 44 jaar geleden. Zonder de explosies groeit het volume van T Pyxidis. Op een gegeven moment zal het volume zo groot zijn, dat er een enorme explosie zal ontstaan. Als dit gebeurt, zou die explosie onze ozonlaag verwoesten. Zonder ozonlaag is leven op aarde onmogelijk omdat het ons beschermd tegen straling uit de ruimte.
Gelukkig zullen wij dit niet meemaken. Eén van de onderzoekers zegt: 'De ster kan zich snel omvormen tot een gevaarlijke supernova, maar snel is relatief in astronomische termen. In mensentaal kan het nog een hele tijd duren. Het is dus nog niet nodig om er nachtmerries over te hebben.'
Net hoor ik op het nieuws dat de Seashepherd met grof geweld is overvaren door een niets en niemand ontziende Japanse walvisjager. Ze dienen niet alleen gestraft te worden voor het doden van de walvissen maar ook wegens poging tot doodslag!!
Federal land throughout the American West is home to thousands of healthy wild horses. Yet as herds continue to grow, Bureau of Land Management officials continue to trap hundreds of wild horses – condemning many of them to live the rest of their lives in holding pens.
Recently, the U.S. House overwhelmingly passed the Restoring Our American Mustangs (ROAM) Act -- a bill working to protect wild horses. The ROAM Act would step up fertility control measures, encourage more adoptions and provide as much as 19 million additional acres for the wild animals to roam.
Take action to help our nation's wild mustangs – urge your Senators to support the ROAM Act to protect America's wild horses and burros.
The high-tech stealth boat Ady Gil was cut in half and sunk by a Japanese security vessel in Antarctic waters today, dramatically upping the stakes in the annual struggle between whalers and protesters.
Sea Shepherd group leader Paul Watson told Fairfax Media the $1.5 million Ady Gil was sinking, but its six-man crew had been rescued and was uninjured.
Earlier today, the fleet was contacted for the first time by the Ady Gil and Sea Shepherd's "secret" third vessel, the Bob Barker.
Where the collision occurred, according to Sea Shepherd.
Captain Watson, aboard the Steve Irwin, said he was still 500 nautical miles from the scene.
"This seriously escalates the whole situation," Captain Watson said of the collision.
The ICR said the Ady Gil came "within collision distance" directly in front of the Nisshin Maru bow and repeatedly deployed a rope from its stern "to entangle the Japanese vessel's rudder and propeller".
The statement accused the activists of shining a laser device at the Nisshin Maru crew and launching acid-filled projectiles, one of which landed on the vessel's deck.
After broadcasting a warning message, the Nisshin Maru sprayed the Ady Gil with water cannons to prevent it from coming closer, the ICR said.
Captain Watson told Fairfax in November the Ady Gil would be used to intercept the whaling fleet's chaser boats.
"What I think we can do is latch onto at least one of the three harpoon vessels and keep them out of the picture," he said.
Looking more like Batman's spacecraft than a boat, the biodiesel-powered trimaran Ady Gil arrived at the Southern Ocean stand-off between Japanese whalers and activists yesterday.
It was reported this morning to be about 50 nautical miles away from the whaling fleet.
Japan's Fisheries Minister Hirotaka Akamatsu had earlier warned two security ships would be used to protect the whaling fleet, intervening when Sea Shepherd tried to block the transfer of harpooned whales to the factory ship Nisshin Maru.
The Hobart flights were paid for by Wellington-based Omeka Communications, air industry sources told Fairfax.
Omeka is a public relations firm retained by Japan's Institute of Cetacean Research. The Hobart flights carried Omeka's principal, Glenn Inwood, who is an institute spokesman, and another man, the sources said.
The operation started in December when the Steve Irwin left Fremantle to intercept the whaling fleet, which this year is targeting 935 minke whales and 50 fin whales.
WA pilots said surveillance flights continued out of Albany for some days, costing a ''truckload'' of money. Two men aboard the flights told locals they were ''looking for people who were looking for whales''.
The Rudd Government has repeatedly called for caution by both sides in the wilds of the Antarctic.
"We have reminded the masters of protest vessels of their obligations under international law to take all steps to ensure safety of life at sea, particularly in the inhospitable conditions of the Southern Ocean," Environment Minister Peter Garrett said recently.
"We are also passing the same message to the government of Japan."
FACTS ON THE ADY GIL
Top speed: 40 knots (74 kmh) Cruising speed: 20 knots (37 km/h) Range: Halfway around the world - 20,000 km Cost: Estimated $1 million Length: 24 metres Weight: 16 tonnes Construction: Carbon fibre foam sandwich with kevlar armour.
We the undersigned urge the court in Denver, Colorado to give Steven Clay Romero, the man charged in the dragging death on December 30, 2009 of a German Shepherd named Buddy behind his truck for three miles the maximum penalty of three years in federal prison, $100,000 fine and one year probation for this horrific crime. Do not let this crime go unpunished for the horrible death of an innocent dog. Given Mr. Romero's past criminal record, we feel he is a menace to society and this dragging death is only the beginning of what could lead to future unimaginable and tragic consequences.
De man ,die een onschuldig dier achter zijn auto bond en hem 3 mijl voortsleepte, waarbij het die overleed, moet worden gestraft, zodat er recht wordt gedaan voor de dood van dit dier en er een voorbeeld wordt gesteld! Om te tekenen volg de link: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/6/demand-justice-fo
I am attaching a copy of the madras High court order, pertaining to the matter of keeping a large number of dogs as pets. The same was provided by Mr Gopi Shankar from bangalore. many thanks to him.
The important points as understood by me in the order are -
a) The case was of a breeder who had kept 30 dogs for Commercial use. The court had objected to that.
b) he didnt have any licence to keep those many dogs from the local municipal corporation. This law applies in all cities and you can get the licence for a small fees, which most of us dont bother to.
c) He hadnt taken licence from AWBI for breeding & commercial selling of dogs.
d) court asked him to remove dogs because he was commercialially using dogs.
e) media is partly misinforming people of the contents of this order.
because of this commercial use of dogs, other sensitive issues also got highlighted unfortunately -
a) such a nuisance caused due to barking, noise pollution and fowl smell in residential areas, etc.
b) This part of the order has indeed created panic in this state as many genuine pet owners are also facing the consequences.
c) Whereas this order was not pertaining to pet owners, but this judgement has and can be misused to settle scores with neighbours keeping pets.
There are other relevant points in the order which are unfavourable for pet owners.
So something needs to be done to get clarification from Madras H.C. court on the same matter, so it cant be misused further.
Anyone in Madras who has access to good lawyers may contact us for persual of this case. Mrs. Anjali Sharma (lawyer) is looking into the matter in consultation with other bodies, so the matter can be taken up urgently. Any NGO/ AWO working in that region, who are interested in taking this up may also contact us at the emails given below, so a coordinated effort can be made.
Any other suggestions from anyone are most welcome. the order is attached for your critical analysis.
Deze morgen is BLID in kennis gesteld van een jachtinbreuk te Sint-Lievens-Houtem. Enkele jagers waren verzameld aan de Zandstraat voor een jachtpartij. De samenkomst van de jagers ontging ook enkele passanten niet en deze verwittigden BLID.
De jagers hielden zich niet aan de jachtwetgeving. Het is verboden om te jagen bij sneeuw, welke ook de hoeveelheid sneeuw is die de grond bedekt op de locatie waar er wordt gejaagd. Op besneeuwde grond is het een heel gemakkelijke klus om te jagen, men hoeft maar de sporen van de dieren te volgen.
BLID schakelde de lokale politie van de zone Herzele - Sint Lievens Houtem - Zottegem in voor een controle. Op het ogenblik van de controle waren al drie fazanten geschoten en werd ook de jachtpartij stilgelegd. Ook werd een officier van gerechtelijke politie bij het agentschap voor natuur en bos in kennis gesteld van deze inbreuk.
DIERENVRIENDEN, Voor de dieren in de opvang doen we alles, energie, tijd, liefde en geld is voor hun...echter met dit laatste redden we het niet en hebben we dringend hulp nodig! Wilt U ons hier in steunen, het kleinste bedrag is WELKOM !
Indien u een bedrag aan onze stichting wil schenken mag u dat doen op volgend rekeningnummer. Het geld wordt integraal besteed aan de dieren en hun verzorging, onderkomen en voeding.
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Ik ben Leny, en gebruik soms ook wel de schuilnaam De Bosheks.
Ik ben een vrouw en woon in Planeet Aarde (Heelal) en mijn beroep is Medisch Entomoloog.
Ik ben geboren op 22/05/0000 en ben nu dus 2013 jaar jong.
Mijn hobby's zijn: Flora en Fauna, Muziek,Kunst,Humor,Boeken,PC,Paarden/Mensport,Films,enz..
Op deze planeet zijn we allemaal gemaakt uit hetzelfde genetische materiaal,dwz.dat alles wat leeft,eigenlijk onze broeders en zusters zijn!Zoals St.Franciscus ook de dieren aansprak met broeder wolf,zuster vogel en zuster bloem.HOU VAN ALLES WAT LEEFT!!!