England: Scary Dairy – this months news and videos from Viva !

England: Scary Dairy – this months news and videos from Viva !

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Check out the following link for all the news and video:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/15/england-scary-diary-loads-of-cows-milk-free-news-from-viva/

USA: Big Animal Torturer is aiming for Parole – Take action now to stop it.

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USA: Big Animal Torturer is aiming for Parole – Take action now to stop it.

Read the history and how to take actions against his release – visit:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/15/big-time-animal-torturer-nally-comes-up-for-parole-in-april-of-2021-please-take-action-to-stop-this-read-on/

England: Be A Voice – Dolphins.

England: Be A Voice – Dolphins.

Learn a bit more about these beautiful animals; plus videos to watch:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/14/be-a-voice-dolphins/

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Animal torturers as bird food!

 

A Florida man has been attacked and killed by a close relative of the emu, the cassowary, a human-sized flightless bird feared for its huge claws and swift powerful movements. The man was reportedly a breeder of the exotic birds.

The cassowary, which is native to Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Australia, has been blamed for a vicious attack on its owner, a 75-year-old farmer named Marvin Hajos in Gainesville, Florida. According to the Alachua County Fire Rescue Department, the heaviy built bird made good use of its killer claws, which can grow up to four inches (10cm) long, when it pounced on its elderly owner.

 

Deputy Chief Jeff Taylor told the Gainesville Sun that the bird’s attack was swift and ruthless, and apparently happened after Hajos fell to the ground. It likely took the bird, which can run at speeds of up to 31mph (50kph), mere seconds to close in on its prey and tear him to pieces.

Upon being called to the scene on Friday, rescuers rushed Hajos to hospital but he could not be saved and succumbed to his injuries shortly afterwards.

The largest cassowary species can stand up to 1.2-1.7 meters (5.6 feet) in height and weigh up to 76kg (167 pounds). Female cassowaries are bigger and taller than males. A special permission is needed to own cassowaries in the US, which mandates that owners must have “substantial experience” in handling the birds and keep them caged!!!

 

The opportunity to take revenge against one’s own animal abuser does not come every day and does not have any sacrifice.
Until the senility comes as an accomplice, and hoop! the pest is eliminated on the ground.

And, how is it with the criminal liability, if we are glad that the slave Cassowaries has torn down his torturer? Hopefully, we will be allowed to have our opinion unpunished, right?

 

For more…at: https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/15/animal-torturers-as-bird-food/

My best regards to all, Venus

 

Egypt: animal slaves for the pyramid tourism

Tourists from all over the world flock to Egypt to marvel at the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Saqqara’s ancient burial site, and Luxor’s royal tombs, but these sites have a violent side in plain view.

PETA Asia’s latest investigation in Egypt has revealed horrific abuse of horses and camels forced to haul visitors on their backs or in carriages at the top tourist sites in the blistering heat without access to food, water, or shade. At the notorious Birqash Camel Market, which supplies camels to some of the tourist spots, animals were severely beaten with sticks.

 

They are given no breaks and are beaten and whipped into giving endless rides in the heat, even as their knees buckle and they collapse.

Handlers viciously beat animals who are simply too exhausted to go on. Workers in Giza were seen continuously beating a horse who had collapsed while being forced to haul a tourist in a carriage. They did not stop beating her until she finally managed to get back up. Eyewitnesses report that she was quickly put back to work even though she had been severely injured by the fall.

Please sign the petition: https://investigations.peta.org/egypt-working-animals/

For more…at: https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/15/egypt-animal-slaves-for-the-pyramid-tourism/

 

Best regards, Venus