Serbia: Please Help Svetlana Help The Strays Of Bor. Facebook Link Below.


Today orthodox people celebrate Christmas. I celebrate my birthday. For all of them it is one more day, nothing to celebrate. They are no one’s dogs, wandering streets of Bor (Serbia) hungry or thirsty, hot or cold, scared of some people who believe they don’t deserve to live, today alive, tomorrow might be dead;. dreaming about their forever home and warm human touch.. me and Jovan Joja Cvetkovic are doing our best to get as many as possible of them safe, to make them happy as much as possible..  Food, medical help, vaccines, dog kennels, etc is always more than needed, No donation is small!
Thank you 😌





UK: One Fifth Of The Population Now Takes Action On Campaigns.

UPDATE 7/1/18


SAV Comment – If she thinks a free vote on killing wildlife is going to get her re-elected;  then she should think again.  Over 80% of the British  public support the continuation of the hunting ban.  Note she says a ‘clear message’ has been sent from the public. And many of those want to see the ban strengthened.     Is Mrs May showing signs for once of listening to the public ?

Theresa May has dropped a manifesto pledge to hold a vote on the fox-hunting ban during this parliament.

The Tories had promised a vote on repealing the Hunting Act – which bans the use of dogs to hunt foxes and wild mammals in England and Wales – during the 2017 general election campaign.

But the prime minister told BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show there was a “clear message” against it from the public.

“I think there was a clear message about that and that’s why I say there won’t be a vote on fox-hunting during this parliament.”

Labour said the move was “long overdue” and called on ministers to take tough action against those who continue to conduct illegal fox hunts.

The League Against Cruel Sports said hunting was a “barbaric” practice “which still sees British wildlife being torn to pieces by packs of hounds”.

“It appears that the government now accepts that cruel sports should no longer be a part of 21st Century society so it’s good to know they won’t try to legalise it again in this Parliament, though they may try again in the next,” said spokesman Chris Pitt.

The group also called for stronger action against illegal hunting which it said was being carried out in the name of “trail hunting”.


Mrs May’s predecessor, David Cameron, (Below), had promised a free vote on whether to repeal the ban in England and Wales when he was in power, but it never materialised.


We’ve just hit 15 million users in the UK!

That’s one fifth of the population signing petitions, standing up against injustice and creating unbelievable change.




Canada: (Toronto) – Restaurant Crudely Hacking Off The Arms and Legs of Flailing Octopus. Video Proof.


On the heels of our eyewitness investigation of restaurants

that serve live animals in New York City and Los Angeles,

PETA has now exposed similar atrocities in restaurants in Canada.



Please consider calling and getting friends, family, and associates to make polite phone calls to Marado Sushi at 905-707-0546 and Gal’s Sushi at 905-597-0176, urging them to remove live animals from their menus.



At Marado Sushi in Toronto, (Just Google search the name for full details) PETA captured footage of a chef crudely hacking off the arms and legs of a flailing octopus.

The writhing limbs were then served to diners in a dish called “sannakji.” We filed a complaint with the Ontario SPCA, which—agreeing that octopuses are protected by cruelty-to-animals legislation—promptly informed Marado Sushi of the law.

But Marado Sushi continues to serve sannakji by chopping the heads off live octopuses before dicing up their limbs, and other restaurants continue to mutilate and serve live animals.

Others “prepare” live shrimp and lobsters by cutting off their tails and plating them next to their flailing heads—all for the sake of diners’ entertainment.

Please speak out against butchering and serving live animals.

Join us in urging Toronto restaurants to stop butchering and

serving live animals.

Together, we can prevent an enormous amount of suffering.

All you have to do is take action today. 

See link below.