A very fair offer!

 

Do you remember the case of the monkey slave “Bili” in the Wuppertaler Zoo, in Germany?

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/01/27/zoo-wuppertal-germany-world-famous-for-animal-cruelty/

We had reported that he had been attacked by his conspecifics, had lost an ear and a finger in the fight, but the zoo’s slave-keeper still does not want to release him to an organization in Scotland, which has a lot of experience with traumatized monkeys.

Today I read a very fair offer on the Face Book page of the well-known german organization “Animal Peace”,

I translated it:

 

We understood!
Not with the Psychopaths,
We have to talk with the Bonobos.
Our offer is therefore to the Wuppertal Bonobo Group:

Give Bili free.
You get this your cowardly prison director for it.
(He still has both ears and all fingers)
signs, Animal Peace

 

Animal Peace comments its offer so: So one must deal with mobbing victims and with mobbing victim traitors!

My best regards, Venus

 

“Casa de carne”

As an accompaniment to the very beautiful video by Mark Your turn to experience farm animal suffering …” I would like to post this similar one!

 

On a night out with friends, Eric tries a new restaurant that takes the dining experience full circle. Set in the not-so-distance dark future, “Casa de Carne” is a thought-provoking short film about hard choices and hidden truths.

Winner of the 1st Place Tarshis Film Award at the 2019 Animal Film Festival.

Written & Directed by Dustin Brown

Produced by William Martens & Dustin Brown Executive Producer Chris DeRose Cinematography by Mark Mannschreck Edited by Dustin Brown Associate Producer & 1st AD Nura Ashimova Starring Joe LeMieux, Gintare Bandinskaite, Mantas Valantiejus 2019

Last Chance for Animals. http://www.LCAnimal.org/

Someone commented on this:

I would like this to be real experience, not acting”. Me too!

My best regards, Venus

 

China: courageous activists save 174 white foxes!

 

Good news comes from China, where 174 white foxes were freed from a fur farm thanks to the courage and support of the activists.

The farm said it was in competition for lack of revenue: after closure, the foxes would be sold to other farms or simply killed. The two women took advantage of the stalemate and were able to bring the foxes away.

Because the foxes were not raised in the wild, but only in a cage, they could not be released directly into the wild. For this reason, the activists took them to a Buddhist sanctuary in Mudanjiang Prefecture

The very praiseworthy action of these animal rights activists has posed an example for their country. Thus, the hope arises that the animal rights groups in Asia will soon create a foundation there …

We say, Thank you!!

For more…at: https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/02/13/china-courageous-activists-save-174-white-foxes/

Best regards to all, Venus