England: Alice With The Amazing Voice!


Not something we normally watch; but is this girl just amazing !

It has to be shown – sexy and sultry.




USA: Bowmanville Zoological Park owner Michael Hackenberger Beats A Tiger 20 Times During A ‘Training Session’.


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Photo: PETA.

“If … we’d been running a videotape … of the times I struck this animal … PETA would burn this place to the ground.”

A PETA eyewitness has caught the owner of the tiger used in Life of Pi, Bowmanville Zoological Park owner Michael Hackenberger, on video viciously whipping another Siberian tiger named Uno approximately 20 times in a row during a savage training session. The young tiger was so traumatized that he involuntarily emptied his anal sacs, a fear response in big cats. “I got a bit angry there,” Hackenberger later admitted.

Watch the video on Youtube here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXl7td6owKw

or alternatively click on the blue links given below.

Take action – http://headlines.peta.org/uno-tiger-abuse-animals-in-entertainment/?utm_campaign=12222015%20Hollywood%20Tiger%20Abuse&utm_source=PETA%20E-Mail&utm_medium=Alert#donate

Dear Mark,

Ever wonder how they get tigers to perform on cue?

A PETA eyewitness has caught the owner of the tiger used in Life of Pi, Bowmanville Zoological Park owner Michael Hackenberger, on video viciously whipping another Siberian tiger named Uno approximately 20 times in a row during a savage training session.

The young tiger was so traumatized that he involuntarily emptied his anal sacs, a fear response in big cats.

“I got a bit angry there ,” Hackenberger later admitted.

See the video and find out what you can do to help stop this abuse. Sincerely,

Tracy Reiman

Executive Vice President PETA:

No animal deserves the abuse, isolation, and neglect that many tigers and lions experience. Will you support PETA’s vital work to stop the suffering and abuse of animals for frivolous entertainment by making a gift right now?





USA: Breaking News From ‘Project Coyote’ – The Idaho Predator Derby Has Now Been Cancelled !


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We have had some fantastic news from Camilla today (22/12) which you can read further below.

Here at SAV (England) we were very happy to become ‘Project Coyote’ Pack Members a few years back; as we care so much for the beautiful wildlife of the USA.

Click on the following link to reads Mark’s words and reasons which inspired him to become a pack member at the time:


Some of our other past links associated with the project are as follows:






And now for the best news !!

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Idaho Predator Derby Cancelled !

Dear Mark,

As a result of sustained legal and grassroots efforts by a coalition of organizations including Project Coyote, sponsors of the infamous Salmon Idaho “Predator Derby” announced they are canceling the cruel event this winter.

This is a huge win for the coyotes, wolves and other predators targeted in this barbaric event that awards prizes to those who kill the most and largest of a given species.

You helped achieve this victory! While we celebrate this hard-fought victory and take comfort in knowing that coyotes and wolves in the Salmon, Idaho area won’t be targeted this winter, the stark reality is that killing contests are still legal in Idaho – and in every U.S. state except California.

To Expose this barbarity, Educate the public and policy makers, and Empower the grassroots to help End this practice, we are producing a film about wildlife killing contests and trophy hunting of predators.

Most people have no idea wild animals are being killed for prizes and trophies across the U.S.- and are shocked and horrified to learn such cruelty is legal.

Education is key to changing the way our wildlife is treated in North America. We must raise public awareness and then change the laws to ensure that coyotes, wolves, bobcats and other native carnivores are treated and valued with the kind of respect and appreciation they deserve.

Will you help us complete this film, distribute it and continue our work to end wildlife-killing contests, trapping and other cruelties inflicted against our important apex predators? Four generous donors have pledged to match all donations, dollar for dollar, up to $25K by December 31st. Please help us and double your impact for wildlife.

Please watch my message below & thank you for your steadfast support.

See the message from Camilla by clicking on the following link:


Camilla H. Fox Founder & Executive Director

Congrats to Camilla and all the crew at Project Coyote for such a superb victory.

Happy Howling !! – SAV.

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Or, as one well known Brit would say:


‘Be yourself no matter what they say’




A Christmas Message And Lots More From Jill And The Excellent Crew At ‘Animals Asia’.

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Jingle Bears – Murphy’s first Christmas:

Murphy’s already gotten the best gift he possibly could this year – his freedom from the bear bile trade.

But we couldn’t resist giving him more! Follow along at http://www.animalsasia.org


Read lots more about the bears Christmas on Jill’s blog:

Christmas in Vietnam – https://www.animalsasia.org/intl/social/jills-blog/2015/12/18/christmas-in-vietnam/

Christmas in Nanning – https://www.animalsasia.org/intl/social/jills-blog/2015/12/18/christmas-in-nanning/

Christmas time for the bears in Chengdu –


Dear Mark,

Wishing you a warm and joyful Christmas and a wonderful year ahead.

It’s been another amazing year for the animals thanks to your kind support.

In 2015, we rescued over 40 bears and ENDED BILE FARMING FOREVER in one Vietnamese province.

To thank you for all your generous support over the past 12 months,

I’d like to share with you a wonderful video of the bears enjoying their Christmas treat of fruity mince pies! Please go to my blog to watch the bears.

I could watch these beautiful animals all day, some scampering through their enclosures or climbing high to sniff out their favourite fruity treats…. Others shuffling though the grass poking eager noses into hollow logs and haystacks. All with the sun on their backs and freedom in their hearts… the brutal bile farms a world away.

Thank you for giving these bears the chance to experience freedom and joy! One of these bears is orphaned cub Murphy.

He’s spending his first Christmas with us – and that means his first mince pie party!

 (See the YouTube video link at the top – SAV – for more footage of Murphy – SAV)

Please send Murphy’s Christmas e-card (link below – SAV) on to your family and friends – and ask them to send it on too. Spreading the message about the bears really does help – a huge thank you for being their voice.

With bear hugs and blessings,


Jill Robinson MBE, Dr med vet hc, Hon LLD Founder and CEO

Brighten up a friend’s day and help AA spread the word.

Send a Murphy Christmas card and message now.

Just click on the following link – http://www.animalsasia.net/ecard/en/


Below – a few pictures of rescues from the disgusting bile farms to a new life of freedom in the AA sanctuaries:

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Above and below – the bears arrive to a new life free from the bile farms !

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Sarah’s sadness as the bears’ best friend bids farewell to the fold to return to her home in the UK.




Serbia: Small Shelter NIS Serbia Dog Food & Veterinary Care Project.

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Small Shelter NIS Serbia Dog Food & Veterinary Care Project

120 Euros still needed – please dig deep; if everyone gave just a few Euros, this shelter would have a great Christmas !

Donations – https://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/19979-small-shelter-nis-serbia-dog-food-veterinary-care-project

Photo gallery – https://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/19979-small-shelter-nis-serbia-dog-food-veterinary-care-project#gallery

News about costs and how money is spent – https://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/19979-small-shelter-nis-serbia-dog-food-veterinary-care-project/news

We will be using this Project to raise funds to provide food and veterinary care for the dogs and cats at Small Shelter NIS.

We currently have 24 dogs and numerous cats at the shelter and on the streets whom need food daily. We provide vet care to any animal in distress and we also contribute to spaying the animals. Neutering at this time in NIS is still free for male dogs. Our funds are limited and resources stretch so every penny donated is so much gratefully received, we could not continue without your support, we thank you all from the bottom of our hearts.

However we can never be complacent and try to ensure we raise funds ourselves with our wonderful BUY IT NOW page on FB. We have an amazing selection of goods on sale donated by our supporters, why not pay us a visit at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/smallshelternis/ (copy & paste into your browser)

In addition, we have a new expense which is a monthly payment for the use of the land the shelter is on. This fee is 40 euros a month.

We also have had to employ the services of a dog walker, NISA. He is a great help to the Shelter and provides long walks twice weekly (the dogs on rotation) in lovely surroundings not far from the shelter, which also boasts a lovely river if any of the dogs wish to have a SPLASH ! and cool down from the hot summer. This is important to their routine and very much welcomed and also gives them quality time away from the day to day tedious routine at the shelter. This fee is 21 euros every 7 weeks.

Please visit us on our Facebook page where we have daily updates: https://www.facebook.com/SmallShelterInNis?fref=ts (copy & paste into browser) and please feel free to scroll through our photo albums which shows life at the shelter and also where we post all our receipts for food and vet care: https://www.facebook.com/SmallShelterInNis/photos_stream (copy & paste into browser)

Please continue to help this Small Shelter reach their monthly fund raising goals.

Thank you Yvonne Corbett Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/EveScotland

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