EU: Secret Map Europe – A Doomed EU.

Have you heard the joke going round that:


Well ask yourself what exactly the EU is doing about EU animals exported to Turkey; and which spend days waiting at the border !

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Well here is the latest to show the EU what exactly the people of Europe feel about this club; where un-elected Commissioners make all the rules and do not do what the people want – like action for animals at the Turkish border !!

 How The People of Europe feel about the EU circus:

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USA: Kill, Kill, Kill – Is It Now ‘Serbia 2’ ?


Is the USA becoming the new Serbia when it comes to animal cruelty and suffering ?

Read the following and then tell that wolves in the USA are doing ok

Murdered Wolves Found in Ditch, Killers on the Loose

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Target: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Commissioner, Tom Landwehr

Goal: Investigate illegal slaughter of three wolves and bring murderers to justice.

The bodies of three gray wolves were recently found dumped in a ditch along a road in Minnesota. These beautiful animals are protected under the Endangered Species Act, yet someone blatantly disregarded this protection by killing these three wolves and throwing their bodies unceremoniously into a ditch. The murder of these innocent animals is a heinous crime, and those responsible must be brought to justice.

Wolf populations in Minnesota have been extremely delicate for decades, and their continued survival needs to be protected. Many hunters and trappers want hunting of wolves to be reinstated, but recently the existing population of wolves was still low enough for a judge to determine that they needed to continue to be listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.

With this status, wolves are granted government protection from hunters and trappers, and killing them for sport is illegal. The three wolves that were found dumped by the side of the road had snare marks on their necks, suggesting that their deaths are likely due to illegal poaching. Not only are these innocent animals, but they are animals who we are supposed to be protecting so that their species can avoid permanent extinction.

Because killing gray wolves is an illegal offense, it is punishable by up to six months in jail and a $25,000 fine. Whoever committed the despicable act of murdering these three gray wolves needs to be found and held accountable for their actions.

Please sign the petition below to show your support for the protection of gray wolves by demanding these murderers be found and punished.

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On Friday, the House of Representatives passed a bill loaded with some of the worst anti-wildlife provisions I have ever seen.

If the billed passes the Senate and is signed into law, it will be a death sentence for wolves, elephants and other wildlife.

We must fight back in the Senate – please help today!


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Our worst fears have come to pass on Capitol Hill. And lives are at stake.

Today, the full House of Representatives passed H.R. 2406, the so-called “Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act of 2015.” The bill is loaded with some of the worst anti-wildlife provisions I have seen.

If this bill passes the Senate and is signed into law, it will be a death sentence for wolves, elephants and other vulnerable wildlife.

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Your urgent donation will help Defenders stand up for the wildlife you love.

If this bill becomes law:

  • Wolves will die. Wolves in Wyoming and the Great Lakes will lose Endangered Species Act protection. The last time wolves were delisted in Wyoming, 80% of the state became a free-fire zone where anyone could shoot wolves at will.

  • Elephants will die. America’s ability to crack down on the importation and sale of illegal ivory will be crippled. This gun lobby-backed provision will send a message to the armed criminals who are decimating Africa’s last herds that the American market is still open for business.

  • Alaskan predators will die. The bill would strip the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service of the authority to bar the state of Alaska from launching a program to decimate wolves, grizzly bears and other large carnivores within national wildlife refuges and national preserves across Alaska.

  • Toxic lead will continue to contaminate wildlife habitat. The bill would prohibit federal agencies from regulating lead in most forms of ammunition and fishing tackle. In the United States, an estimated 3,000 tons of lead are shot into the environment by hunting every year, leading to the death of many animals from toxic lead poisoning.

You and I Can Stop This Insanity

We are the voice in Washington, D.C. for species that have no voice of their own. And we’re your voice too.

With your help, we’ll make sure this bill never becomes law. Our legislative team is working together with other conservation organizations to make sure the grassroots pressure to protect wildlife is unrelenting.

Please give generously, for wolves, elephants and all the wildlife you love.

Thank you for all you do!


Jamie Rappaport Clark

President, Defenders of Wildlife

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If Only – The World Would Be So Much Better !


Thailand: SOI Dogs ‘Scooter’ – A Very Happy End For A Dog Who Suffered Terribly.


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Dear Mark,

I will never forget the shock I felt the first time I laid eyes on Scooter. She was dragging herself along on the ground because both her hind legs had been hacked off. Her spine was broken.

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Scooter’s lower body was covered in open, infected sores. They were infested with maggots, indicating that she had been living like this for some time. Her underside was swollen from where she pulled herself along on the ground, leaving her incontinent.

We will never know what happened to Scooter or how she came to lose her back legs. We will never know how long she suffered with her badly broken spine. What I do know is that without people like you, she would not be alive today.

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After a few months of treatment at Soi Dog’s shelter, Scooter was adopted by a wonderful lady in the U.S. named Willow. Waving goodbye to her as she left for her new life in New York, I knew this was the beginning of a whole new chapter for Scooter.

Willow took Scooter to meet Dr Frye at Cornell University where work began on a specially constructed cart. Scooter was hesitant the first time she tried to use the cart and just stood there lifting her front legs up and down. And then Willow moved away to the corner of the room and called her.

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Scooter took a tentative step forward. Willow called her again. And that was all it took.

In a flash, Scooter suddenly understood what she was supposed to do and there was no stopping her! For the first time in who knows how long, she was walking without having to drag herself on the ground. And then, she was running.

With Dr. Frye guiding her on a lead Scooter ran outside into the warm sunshine. She suddenly recalled what it meant to be able to run. She remembered how it felt to be free!

Please help to rescue more dogs like Scooter and give them the second chance they deserve. By becoming a member of the Emergency Response Team you will be the difference between life and death for so many. To save dogs just like Scooter today, please click here.

Thank you for helping homeless dogs like Scooter find the life they deserve.

Best Wishes,

John Dalley
Soi Dog Foundation

P.S. Without the generous support of people just like you, Scooter would still be suffering on the streets, if she was even still alive at all. Scooter was saved, but tragically, there are still thousands of dogs who need to be urgently rescued. Only you can make this happen.

Please click here to join the Emergency Response Team today.

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