Niko has UNMET MEDICAL NEEDS.
Please help if you can.
NAME: Niko 16198965
♥ 3 y/o Friendly M GSD. O/S ♥
Niko still needs treatment, but has been rescued! Niko has a large sore on his back and many large areas of hidden sores under his fur including some open sores. A volunteer that is a vet tech guesses he has bacterial infections and probably demodectic mange.
You can go to https://www.paypal.com/ and make a donation to email@example.com
You can make a donation directly to the vet that will treat Niko: Nolan River Animal Hospital
893 N Nolan River Rd., Cleburne, TX 76031 and their number 817-558-6724.
You can mail your donations to Greg Swank, 332 Oak Pointe Ln, Southlake, TX 76092
We hope by going directly to the rescue, Niko will get the funds sooner.
These are dogs that still need funds for treatment.
This is SURRENDERED SAD SAM the Dog - Labrador Retriever-MixSURRENDERED SAD SAM will be put down at Humane Society of North East Tx on May 22, 2012Age: Approx. 3 Years Gender: Male Kennel #ID# 16218539
Personality / DescriptionName: Sam
Breed: lab mix
owner surrender, landlord issues, available now
Copy/ Paste Link above to URGENT ALBUM into Browser, ask for help, sponsorship, temporary foster until transport can be arranged and transport, info on animal, they are willing to help!!
Euthanasia date is an ESTIMATE, as the shelter does not share this information with volunteers, could be less or more so, if interested Hurry!!
PLEASE, if you are seriously interested in adopting this baby, CONTACT THE SHELTER DIRECTLY!
As a volunteer posting this baby (and many others), I don’t always have time to read and respond to the comments. If you know of a rescue that might be interested, share this posting with them, DO NOT leave their name in a comment, as it might not be seen!
Adoptions DO NOT have to be local - transport is the responsibility of the adopter. The shelter has worked with Uship.com, and this link is to a list of transport options, many of which are free. (NO personal recommendation intended, check them out thoroughly before you use them.) (You may have to copy and paste this into your browser.) – List of Mass Transports…
(Sponsorships available, ask the shelter, if you need help.)
NO FEE FOR 501c3, or MILITARY VETERANS, CAT’S are $50 to adopt, if altered $25, Still includes everything.
Unaltered Animals- $100 (includes parvo/distemper shot and microchipping) Also, we provide adopter with a $10 rabies voucher and a $50 female/spay dog voucher or $40 male/neuter dog voucher; $40 female/spay cat voucher or $25 male/neuter cat voucher. Vouchers DO NOT have to be used locally.
Altered Animals- $50 (includes parvo/distemper shot, microchipping and a $10 rabies shot voucher)
Office 903-297-2170 Trey x 204
LEAVE A MESSAGE, INCLUDING ANIMAL ID#, AND CONTACT INFO!
Open Tuesday thru Friday- 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Saturday- 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
CLOSED Sunday and Monday
HSNETX SECURE DONATION LINK:
(to sponsor a specific animal’s adoption fee, enter ID# in comments)
Where to AdoptHumane Society of North East Tx
303 Enterprise St, LONGVIEW, TX 75604SURRENDERED SAD SAM has been here since May 15, 2012 (5 Days)Reason being at shelter:
Owner SurrenderFor more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Study: Meat Consumption on a Steady Decline in United States
By Nathan Runkle
As Americans are becoming more aware of farmed animal cruelty - and stomach-churning meat industry practices like using “pink slime” and “meat glue,” it’s no wonder the demand for meat is slowly sinking. According to a new study compiling data by the USDA, National Center for Health Statistics, United Nations, and the U.S. Census Bureau, the average meat eater consumed fewer land animals in 2011 than any year going back to 2000.
On the whole, Americans consumed about 56 million fewer land animals last year than in 2000. That’s 4 million fewer cows, 7.6 million pigs, 26.2 million chickens, 15.3 million turkeys, and 3.2 million ducks. Just from 2010, the average meat eater ate one fewer animal—a 4% decrease in one year. Meat consumption peaked in 2004, but has been on a decline ever since. Overall, the nationwide consumption of land animals dropped from 8.9 billion animals in 2005 to 8.2 billion in 2011.
While this drop in meat consumption is good news, the sad truth remains that billions of animals slaughtered for food continue to suffer intensive confinement, painful mutilations, brutal handling, and violent deaths. Visit ChooseVeg.com to find out how you can make a difference by switching to a cruelty-free, plant-based diet.
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“On a deeper level, the recent obsession among rock-stars, hipsters and fashionistas with indigenous and native people’s aesthetics in general – from hair extensions and jewelry made from feathers to Navajo prints, fur, shearling, and fox-tail key-chains to full on feather headdresses – speaks of a large-scale desire to commune with nature and animals. People want to embrace the aesthetic of being wild, free, a nature warrior, and one with wild nature. The intention of this trend is good – after all, we did evolve over millions of years in nature with animals, but in a modern consumer culture, where horrible production processes are hidden and obscured by advertising and sleek PR, the relationship we have to the birds whose feathers are ripped out couldn’t be further from one that honors them or represents any legitimate connection to wild nature. It is a contradiction. I would go as far as saying that this aesthetic appropriation isn’t just a lie, but because of its insincerity or ability to live up to what it claims to represent (communion with nature), it is an incredibly perverted appropriation of traditional native and indigenous people’s aesthetics. It does to animals exactly the opposite of what it intends to visually represent:” -Joshua Katcher of The Discerning Brute
“A mother breast feeding her three year old son is apparently newsworthy, and people are quick to express their disgust. Perhaps it is a bit strange, but really - who gives a shit? What IS genuinely disturbing and downright vile is a grown adult consuming cow milk.”