8/2/18: Various Petitions and Video Link.


Sign: Justice for Puppy Beaten with Hammer and Put in Microwave

In a savage act of cruelty, a tiny puppy named Sparky was reportedly beaten with a hammer in Lurgan, Ireland, then put in a microwave to cook.

The barbaric killing of this innocent animal was then posted on Snapchat and other social media.

The remains of this tormented puppy were found in a trash bin, along with the hammer that served as the murder weapon. The attackers have been identified as two males, ages 23 and 16.

Petition link – https://ladyfreethinker.org/sign-justice-puppy-beaten-hammer-put-microwave/



Teen Accused of Hurling Kitten Into Lake to Drown Must be Punished

Target: Birgit Fladager, District Attorney for Stanislaus County, California

Goal: Demand that the teenager who allegedly threw a kitten into a large body of water, possibly killing the cat, receive the maximum penalty by law.

A frightened kitten was allegedly hurled into a large body of water in a shocking case of animal cruelty. A video, reportedly showing a teenager gleefully throwing the kitten, went viral on social media. Demand justice for this innocent kitten.

Petition link – https://animalpetitions.org/561226/punish-teen-who-allegedly-hurled-kitten-into-body-of-water/



Simple science tells us that oil and water do not mix.

Yet President Trump has proposed expanding offshore oil and gas drilling in areas of the ocean where sea turtles, whales, and birds live. This is a phenomenally bad idea.

And Turtle Island Restoration Network is fighting against it – from the local county government level all the way to the White House.

We need you to join the fight to protect our oceans by making a donation today.

We were in the waters and on the beaches when the Deepwater Horizon spill struck the Gulf of Mexico. We all the saw images of birds and sea turtles soaked in oil. Even today, years later, the impact resonates.

Spills and accidents are regular events with the oil industry. The next major spill in our oceans is not a question of “if” but of “when.”

We can’t fight back without you.

Please make a gift so together we can fight to protect sea turtles and other animals from oil spills in our oceans.


Peter Fugazzotto, Strategic Programs Director
Turtle Island Restoration Network

Dear Mark,

You have made another rescue possible. THANK YOU!

I emailed you last week about Masoud and Terez, two young lion cubs born in an illegal zoo in Bulgaria. Weeks of hard work, protests and support from around the world have paid off. Masoud and Terez are finally home.

Early this morning, the two lion cubs arrived safely at our FELIDA Big Cat Centre in the Netherlands after a long journey across Europe. At FELIDA, Masoud and Terez will finally receive the specialised veterinary care they need. The two cubs are now staying in a cozy, indoor enclosure while they adapt to their new surroundings.





Thank you for giving Masoud and Terez a better life. This rescue was only possible with the support of people like you, the protesters in Bulgaria and the help of the Bulgarian Prime Minister Bojko Borissow.

Together we can make a difference. 


Warmest regards,

Saige Jennings

P.S. This rescue was only possible with the generosity of our supporters. If you would like to further support our work, please make a donation today. Your gift could help provide long-term care for Masoud and Terez in their new life and help other animals around the world.



Dear Mark — Founder ‘Serbian Animals Voice’,

With the world focusing on PyeongChang, right now is the opportunity to increase pressure to ban the dog meat trade in South Korea, and we need your help.

The lives of animals trapped in this industry are cut short after having known only fear and misery on the farms where they are raised for slaughter. Please help us fight the cruelty during this critical time.

You can help: Urge the South Korean government to protect dogs and cats from this horror »

With you by our side, Humane Society International is committed to ending the dog meat trade. We’re raising public and political awareness of the cruelty involved and expanding support for a phase-out of South Korea’s dog meat farms. A vital step toward this goal is the legal recognition of all dogs and cats as companion animals.


Please help us achieve this protection by signing your name right now.

Speak out now on behalf of animals and appeal for an end to this brutality »

Next month, we’ll deliver our petition calling for an end to the dog meat trade—with signatures from caring people around the world—to President Moon Jae-in.

I hope you’ll add your name, too, and help save animals.

Thank you for your compassion.


Kitty Block
Humane Society International


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