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  • Ringling Bros. to Phase Out Use of Circus Elephants

    Animals News : Discovery News
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:20 am
    Bowing to criticism from animal rights groups, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will soon end use of their emblematic Indian stars.
  • Mice don't need the cortex to sing their songs

    Animals News -- ScienceDaily
    6 Mar 2015 | 4:37 am
    The human language is unique in that we can refer to objects, events and ideas. The combination of syllables and words enables humans to generate an infinite number of expressions. An important prerequisite for language is the ability to imitate sounds, i.e. to store acquired acoustic information and to use this for one's own vocal production. Cortical structures in the brain play a crucial role in this. While songbirds and certain marine mammals are capable of such vocal learning, there is very little evidence for vocal learning in terrestrial mammals -- not even in our closest living…
  • The Winter Meadow

    Bedlam Farm Journal
    Jon Katz
    6 Mar 2015 | 8:22 am
    The Winter Meadow The Winter Meadow. The meadow has begun to glow, it knows what's head. I keep thinking in three weeks, what a different photo this will be. And I will go back to take it.
  • Animal Concerns Community - Farewell

    Animal Concerns News Service
    6 Mar 2015 | 8:59 am
    Animal Concerns Community ( will cease operation at the end of August.
  • Moves to automate identification of Saimaa ringed seals

    Endangered Animals News -- ScienceDaily
    6 Mar 2015 | 4:37 am
    Moves are being made to automate the identification of Saimaa ringed seals. This would bring new kinds of real-time information on how the extremely endangered species behaves, the movements of individual seals, and what happens to them. The final aim of an ongoing study on machine vision is to get a biometric passport for each individual Saimaa ringed seal. This happens on the basis of the unique fur patterns of each individual seal, using computer-based smart calculation and digital image processing. The aim is to store the information in a so-called Saimaa ringed seal database.
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  • Mice don't need the cortex to sing their songs

    6 Mar 2015 | 4:37 am
    The human language is unique in that we can refer to objects, events and ideas. The combination of syllables and words enables humans to generate an infinite number of expressions. An important prerequisite for language is the ability to imitate sounds, i.e. to store acquired acoustic information and to use this for one's own vocal production. Cortical structures in the brain play a crucial role in this. While songbirds and certain marine mammals are capable of such vocal learning, there is very little evidence for vocal learning in terrestrial mammals -- not even in our closest living…
  • Moves to automate identification of Saimaa ringed seals

    6 Mar 2015 | 4:37 am
    Moves are being made to automate the identification of Saimaa ringed seals. This would bring new kinds of real-time information on how the extremely endangered species behaves, the movements of individual seals, and what happens to them. The final aim of an ongoing study on machine vision is to get a biometric passport for each individual Saimaa ringed seal. This happens on the basis of the unique fur patterns of each individual seal, using computer-based smart calculation and digital image processing. The aim is to store the information in a so-called Saimaa ringed seal database.
  • Menopausal whales are influential and informative leaders

    5 Mar 2015 | 9:53 am
    Menopause is a downright bizarre trait among animals. It's also rare. Outside of the human species, only the female members of two whale species outlive their reproductive lives in such a major way. Female killer whales typically become mothers between the ages of 12 and 40, but they can live for more than 90 years. Males rarely make it past 50. Now, researchers have new evidence to explain why.
  • Exposure to endocrine disruptors during pregnancy affects the brain two generations later, rat study shows

    5 Mar 2015 | 9:51 am
    Prenatal exposure to low doses of the environmental contaminants polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, change the developing brain in an area involved in metabolism, and some effects are apparent even two generations later, a new study finds. Hereditary effects included increased body weight, but only in descendants of females -- and not males -- exposed to PCBs in the womb.
  • 'Extinct' bird rediscovered: Last seen in 1941

    5 Mar 2015 | 8:02 am
    A scientific team has rediscovered a bird previously thought to be extinct. Jerdon's babbler (Chrysomma altirostre) had not been seen in Myanmar since July 1941, where it was last found in grasslands near the town of Myitkyo, Bago Region near the Sittaung River.
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  • The Winter Meadow

    Jon Katz
    6 Mar 2015 | 8:22 am
    The Winter Meadow The Winter Meadow. The meadow has begun to glow, it knows what's head. I keep thinking in three weeks, what a different photo this will be. And I will go back to take it.
  • Roadblock: Gentlemen’s Rules

    Jon Katz
    6 Mar 2015 | 8:18 am
    Roadblock Red and Liam seem to be playing by gentlemen's rules. Liam does not butt Red or run over him, Red has not yet grabbed onto some wool or bitten Liam on the nose. But he does offer himself as a roadblock, there is a regular standoff. This morning, it ended with Liam turning around politely and retreating to the barn.
  • Carriage Horses And Elephants: Pyrrhic Victories. Weep For The Animals

    Jon Katz
    6 Mar 2015 | 8:01 am
    Asian Elephants  "A Pyrrhic victory is a victory that inflicts such a devastating toll on the victor that it is tantamount to defeat." – Wikipedia. ___ When I was nine years old, the Ringling Bros. circus train came to Providence, they parked by the railway station, and the circus and its animals paraded through the city, a beautiful and amazing sight. The big and calm and handsome elephants led the parade, swinging their great trunks back and forth, swishing their tails. There was a dignity and magic about them that mesmerized me and I will never forget it. Watching the parade, I…
  • Frosted Noses

    Jon Katz
    6 Mar 2015 | 7:01 am
    Frosted Noses It was – 10 degrees this morning, one of the last days, I think of such cold. When the donkeys come and drink from the heated water bucket, the moisture frosts and freezes when they lift their heads up, eventually, their own breath and the sun melts the frost. Donkeys are mountain and desert animals, they can handle the cold well, but their noses always tell us how cold it is outside.
  • Mystical Barn Cats

    Jon Katz
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:11 am
    Mysticism Barn cats are solitary creatures, they are rarely head-to-head, this morning Minnie and Flo came to the same place and put their heads together. It seemed to me that they were communicating in the way that animals do sometimes – they come close and share images with one another. Perhaps Flo and Minnie were thinking of the barns, of the hay bales, of the mice, and of the cold. Perhaps they were sensing Spring, and getting back outside and hunting in the meadow, and sleeping in the hay bales, and sunning themselves in the garden.
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    Endangered Animals News -- ScienceDaily

  • Moves to automate identification of Saimaa ringed seals

    6 Mar 2015 | 4:37 am
    Moves are being made to automate the identification of Saimaa ringed seals. This would bring new kinds of real-time information on how the extremely endangered species behaves, the movements of individual seals, and what happens to them. The final aim of an ongoing study on machine vision is to get a biometric passport for each individual Saimaa ringed seal. This happens on the basis of the unique fur patterns of each individual seal, using computer-based smart calculation and digital image processing. The aim is to store the information in a so-called Saimaa ringed seal database.
  • Green lungs of our planet are changing

    6 Mar 2015 | 4:37 am
    Are leaves and buds developing earlier in the spring? And do leaves stay on the trees longer in autumn? Do steppe ecosystems remain green longer and are the savannas becoming drier and drier? In fact, over recent decades, the growing seasons have changed everywhere around the world, according to research based on satellite data. The results are expected to have consequences for agriculture, interactions between species, the functioning of ecosystems, and the exchange of carbon dioxide and energy between the land surface and the atmosphere. 
  • Deadly frog fungus dates back to 1880s, studies find

    4 Mar 2015 | 12:26 pm
    A pair of studies show that the deadly fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, responsible for the extinction of more than 200 amphibian species worldwide, has coexisted harmlessly with animals in Illinois and Korea for more than a century. The research will help biologists better understand the disease caused by Bd, chytridiomycosis, and the conditions under which it can be survived.
  • Amazon deforestation 'threshold' causes species loss to accelerate

    4 Mar 2015 | 7:42 am
    One of the first studies to map the impact of deforestation on biodiversity across entire regions of the Amazon has found a clear 'threshold' for forest cover below which species loss becomes more rapid and widespread. By measuring the loss of a core tranche of dominant species of large and medium-sized mammals and birds, and using the results as a bellwether, the researchers found that for every 10% of forest loss, one to two major species are wiped out. This is until the threshold of 43% of forest cover is reached, beyond which the rate of biodiversity loss jumps from between two to up to…
  • Wild yaks: Shaggy barometers of climate change

    4 Mar 2015 | 7:40 am
    A new study finds that climate change and past hunting in the remote Tibetan Plateau is forcing female wild yaks onto steeper and steeper terrain.
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  • Rescue Idiot: Dog Rescued After Being Shot and Tied to Train Tracks

    Rescue Idiot
    6 Mar 2015 | 3:27 am
    Police in Florida received a call on Wednesday notifying them of gunshots.While searching the neighborhood police heard a dog whimpering. They found t... Read more: Animal Cruelty, Animal Rescue, Police, Tampa, Pets, Dogs, Impact News
  • Matthew Bershadker: Give All NYC Animals the Shelters They Deserve

    Matthew Bershadker
    6 Mar 2015 | 1:50 am
    While Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Staten Island have their own vital full-service municipal shelters, Queens and the Bronx only have inadequate "animal receiving centers." These centers do not provide shelter, medical, or adoption services for homeless animals. Instead, dogs and cats brought to these centers are transported to already overtaxed shelters in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Read more: American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Aspca, Dog, Dogs, Green News, Matt Bershadker, Pet Adoption, Borough, New York City, New York City Council, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island,…
  • This Dog Was Rescued From A Sewer Tunnel. Within Hours, He Was Transformed

    The Huffington Post News Team
    5 Mar 2015 | 6:47 pm
    A terrified and malnourished dog named Bitty was recently rescued from a sewer tunnel. Within hours, he was unrecognizable. Annie Hart, founder of ... Read more: Saving Bitty a Scared Homeless Dog Hidden in a Sewer Tunnel, Dog Rescue, Dogs, Hope for Paws, Eldad Hagar, Annie Hart, Rescue From the Hart, Dog Rescued Sewer Tunnel, Video, Good News News
  • Caurie Putnam: Dog Thrown From Car Three Years Ago Still Needs Home

    Caurie Putnam
    5 Mar 2015 | 9:56 am
    Mocha-Chino, a beautiful pup from New Jersey, celebrates a not so celebratory milestone this month: three years living in a dog shelter. Read more: New Jersey, New York, Dogs, Animal Abuse, Animal Cruelty, Animal Shelter, Dog Shelter, Facebook, Impact News
  • Hal Herzog: Fifty Shades of Animal Sex and the Evolution of Sadomasochism

    Hal Herzog
    5 Mar 2015 | 8:44 am
    From an evolutionary point of view, however, sexual attraction to pain would seem to be maladaptive. Pain is, by definition, aversive. It evolved as a signal to get our attention and keep us out of trouble. Read more: Animals, Sex, Sadomasochism, Bondage, Masturbation, Cunnilingus, Fellatio, Bed Bugs, Dogs, Evolution, Fifty Shades of Grey, Science News
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  • David Cameron backs repeal of ban on hunting with dogs

    Rowena Mason Political correspondent
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:41 am
    PM targets fox hunting countryside lobby, saying MPs would have free vote on bill to repeal Hunting Act if Conservatives win election David Cameron has backed a repeal of the hunting ban, saying it has done nothing for animal welfare.In a key election promise aimed at shoring up his rural support, the prime minister pledged to give MPs a free vote on repealing the Hunting Act through a government bill. Related: Has the Hunting Act stopped cruelty towards foxes? | Karl Mathiesen Related: Labour pledges to tackle animal cruelty, including foxhunting Continue reading...
  • Ringling Bros circus to phase out elephants by 2018

    Amanda Holpuch in New York
    5 Mar 2015 | 9:31 am
    Parent company Feld Entertainment bows to animal rights pressure‘There’s been somewhat of a mood shift among our consumers’Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus is putting an end to its elephant performances, the company announced on Thursday.Feld Entertainment, the production company that owns the circus, said the company will phase out elephants from its shows by 2018. The announcement follows years of aggressive campaigning by animal rights groups opposed to the use of elephants in circus performances. Continue reading...
  • Kyrgyz government faces confidence vote over donkey meat scandal

    Chris Rickleton for, part of the New East network
    4 Mar 2015 | 6:59 am
    Bishkek’s halls of power have been shaken by allegations that donkey cuts have been sold to restaurants in place of beef and lamb. reportsIn Kyrgyzstan, a country that reveres – and eats – horses, the humble donkey is seen as a poor substitute. For this reason, allegations that a farm outside Bishkek is doing a spritely trade flogging donkey meat to restaurants in Kyrgyzstan’s capital have caused much consternation. And this week, the parliament’s committee on agrarian policy has given the government until 15 March to deliver justice for Kyrgyz meat lovers, or face a…
  • Stoned rabbits are the anti-marijuana movement's weakest ploy yet

    Ngaio Bealum
    3 Mar 2015 | 12:16 pm
    With mounting research debunking weed myths and extensive public support for medical marijuana, prohibitionists have officially run out of ideasThere have been many half-baked arguments made in favor of cannabis prohibition, but the one made by a Utah DEA agent in a recent hearing on medical marijuana has to be one of the strangest (and most Steinbeckian): what about the rabbits? “I deal in facts. I deal in science,” agent Matt Fairbanks said, as he presented his anecdotal evidence about pothead bunnies while somehow managing to keep a straight face.There are 100,000 total marijuana…
  • Britain’s last lion tamer

    Matilda Temperley
    28 Feb 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Thomas Chipperfield grew up training circus animals, like eight generations of his family before him. Matilda Temperley captures the man whose way of life is about to be outlawedLast of the lion tamers – in picturesThe circus world, and its tightly woven society, has always fascinated me. To an outsider looking in, the circus appears as a diverse extended family. The performers are all masters of their own esoteric skills. It was in 2009, while documenting circus showmen in Ireland, that I first met Thomas Chipperfield. Then aged 18, Thomas had just taken over from his father as a…
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  • Great Horned Owls on camera!

    4 Mar 2015 | 7:21 pm
    The family of Great Horned Owls featured on is just hours away from welcoming new chicks! There are 3 eggs, and high hopes that all will hatch. It all started a few years back when the current owner purchased … Continue reading → The post Great Horned Owls on camera! appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals.
  • Adorable baby gorilla photos!

    17 Feb 2015 | 7:34 pm
    Busch Gardens® Tampa has welcomed another endangered western lowland gorilla. The female gorilla was born on Feb. 6 at 8:30 p.m. and is being cared for by 27-year-old mother Mary. “The first month will be the critical period as the … Continue reading → The post Adorable baby gorilla photos! appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals.
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  • Little Piggy Enjoys a Snack

    Holy Cuteness
    5 Mar 2015 | 12:20 pm
    This piggy is so happy it’s snack time — om nom nom nom!
  • Busch Gardens Welcomes Baby Cheetahs

    Holy Cuteness
    1 Mar 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Busch Gardens Tampa has welcomed two new adorable additions – three-month-old cheetah cubs. The Busch Gardens animal care team is providing 24-hour-care as the cubs continue to get stronger and explore their new home. The cubs were born on Nov. 22, 2014 and weigh approximately 12 pounds. Their names, which were given by the Busch Gardens animal care team, are Tendai, meaning “thankful,” and Thabo, meaning “joy.” Once the cubs are old enough, they will start their own coalition as part of Cheetah Run, the innovative cheetah habitat that opened alongside Busch Gardens’ triple-launch…
  • Maru Plays With Pushcart

    Holy Cuteness
    28 Feb 2015 | 1:59 pm
    Maru pushes a pushcart around the house…
  • Cat Chills in Basket

    Holy Cuteness
    28 Feb 2015 | 12:23 pm
    Just a cat chillin’ in a basket — like a boss. Happy Caturday!
  • Husky Pup Has Something to Say

    Holy Cuteness
    27 Feb 2015 | 2:16 pm
    Ramsey the husky puppy thinks he can communicate with humans.
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  • Bouncing Baby Dolphin is Born at Discovery Cove

    Joseph J. Nuñez
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:10 am
    The Discovery Cove team is excited to welcome a new addition to its family! Coral – one of our beloved dolphins who was born at Discovery Cove back in 2000 –  recently gave birth to a beautiful, bouncing baby girl on February 7. This is Coral’s second baby and marks the 29th dolphin born at Discovery Cove since the park opened. Go behind-the-scenes with Discovery Cove Trainer Gina McDaniel as she shares more details. Gina, and the rest of the Discovery Cove Animal Training Team, is closely monitoring the mother and calf 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • SeaWorld Makes a Splash in its Conservation Efforts

    Joseph J. Nuñez
    23 Feb 2015 | 11:58 am
    SeaWorld is known to many as a theme park featuring exciting rides and attractions, including its magnum opus, One Ocean, featuring their killer whales. Not many are aware, however, of SeaWorld’s on-going conservation efforts. Behind the scenes of the spectacular shows and performances, lies SeaWorld’s true goal: to become “one of the world’s foremost zoological organizations and a global leader in animal welfare, training, husbandry, and veterinary care.” Since its opening in 1964, SeaWorld’s passionate and dedicated rescue team has saved the lives of…
  • SeaWorld Makes a Splash

    Joseph J. Nuñez
    23 Feb 2015 | 11:54 am
    Cruel, heartless and greedy. Those are a few of the words that animal rights groups have accused SeaWorld of being. However, after experiencing first-hand the efforts SeaWorld undertakes to rescue and rehabilitate various animals, it is clear there is another side of the story. Trainers no longer get into the pool with whales during the show. “We miss it and would love to have it back, but it is not in the business plan right now,” said Kelly Flaherty Clark. (Photo courtesy of Ciara McCoy) On call 24/7, 365 days of the year, SeaWorld’s animal…
  • Kay's Korner: Nature's Way to Recycle!

    Jennicca Taylor
    20 Feb 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Hi everybody! Today, in Kay's Korner, let's talk about nature's way of recycling: composting! Composting is a great way to reduce the amount of waste that enters landfills and helps create rich soil for your home garden. Watch the video to learn more about composting! I hope you feel inspired to start your very own compost bin at home. Not only is it a wonderful way to reduce your waste and improve the environment it is extremely easy to do. Just remember the few items that cannot go into the compost bin is dairy products, oils, meat, fish, bones, weeds, diseased plants or anything that has…
  • Meet Trinidad: a Rehabilitated Manatee Transported from SeaWorld San Antonio to Orlando

    Joseph J. Nuñez
    18 Feb 2015 | 1:07 pm
    Something really amazing happened today that showcases how teams work together to help save animals!  Meet Trinidad: SeaWorld’s Animal Rescue Team and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) transported a male Florida manatee that was rehabilitated at SeaWorld San Antonio for the past three months from Texas to SeaWorld Orlando in a U.S. Coast Guard search and rescue plane. The male manatee, named Trinidad, is now one step closer to being returned back to his natural environment in the warmer waters of Tampa Bay, Fla. How did this manatee end up in Texas?  Here’s the…
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  • Eco Travel: Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir

    Shilpi Gemawat
    21 Feb 2015 | 4:31 am
    A monthly focus on one of the many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of India. In the northernmost Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, lies the Dachigam National Park, the only remaining home of the endangered Kashmir Deer Stag or the Hangul. Species to Watch Hangul or Kashmir Deer stag (Cervus elaphus hanglu) – Listed as Endangered on ...Read the Rest
  • Pigeon Brains Work just like Children

    Atula Gupta
    10 Feb 2015 | 12:19 am
    Their brains may be pea-sized, but a new study on pigeons reveal that the bird shows remarkable intelligence in recognizing, categorizing objects and even naming them, just like human children! Image via cc/Flickr There is a similarity between the way pigeons learn the equivalent of words and the way children do, found Ed Wasserman and ...Read the Rest
  • IUCN Concerned about World Heritage Sites of India

    Shilpi Gemawat
    26 Jan 2015 | 9:18 pm
    A recent report by the Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has brought forth the question whether the places declared as World Heritage Sites are really well conserved. The assessment made by the IUCN showed that the sites such as the Western Ghats, Kaziranga National Park, Manas Wildlife Sanctuary and Sunderbans in India are under ...Read the Rest
  • India’s Tiger Numbers Rise to 2226

    Atula Gupta
    20 Jan 2015 | 11:20 pm
    There is a big reason to hail India’s conservation efforts. The tiger population of the country has risen from 1706 in 2010 to 2226 in 2014. This is a 30 percent rise from the last count of wild tigers in India. The nation already hosts the biggest population of tigers in the world and with ...Read the Rest
  • Leopards Prefer to Live Near Human Habitats

    Shilpi Gemawat
    11 Jan 2015 | 9:30 pm
    An international study of radio-collared leopards in India has led to an unusual and unexpected finding . Scientists say that the common belief that leopards found near human residences are mostly those that have strayed from the forest habitat might not be entirely true. It is now thought more likely that the leopard is a ...Read the Rest
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  • Walking my dog

    Barry Welford
    5 Mar 2015 | 8:51 pm
    Every morning at about the same time I go with Tia, my dog, for a 25 minutes walk. We always go the same way and it got me thinking. Some might ask me,” Isn’t that boring?” My answer is a strong denial….. and why would I say that? The best answer is probably that ancient quote by Heraclitus. You can never jump into the same river twice. There are so many ways in which the scene changes every time we visit. Of course it is obvious that we have the seasonal variations as we move from Winter into Spring. At this time the trees are starting to bud and we are blessed in…
  • OneTap, a great way to avoid driving distractions

    Barry Welford
    19 Feb 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Driving along in your own cocoon should be an ideal time to think beautiful thoughts and enjoy the scenery as you pass. Unfortunately, many of us are almost addicted to leaving the cell phone open and can be distracted at any moment by what may look like a priority. It is not only destroying your peace of mind, but could well result in your death or serious injury if you overlook what is happening around you. if only someone could intervene and monitor all of those attempts to divert you and handle them in the most appropriate way. Now a Calgary company, AppColony, has developed the ideal way…
  • Your telephone exchange in the clouds

    Barry Welford
    22 Jan 2015 | 3:20 pm
    We are all getting used to having many of our communications via the Internet. There are also many digital services which can operate much more effectively when they are supported by online data services. This has many advantages both in effectiveness and in cost savings. There used to be a clear distinction in the telephone world.  You had your landline telephone in your home and carried your cellular phone in your pocket. That distinction has been eroded as your landline telephone may well be provided by your phone service provider via the Internet. For a business it is then natural to…
  • Safeguarding Your Reputation In The Twitter Age

    Barry Welford
    28 Nov 2014 | 2:46 pm
    Courtesy of iosphere via Social media have changed the way we all must consider what other people may believe about us. It is not just celebrities like Jian Ghomeshi or Bill Cosby who may be concerned how quickly comments about their reputation may be shared on Twitter or Facebook. Anyone of us may find that someone is spreading a story that may not be true. Unfortunately it is always the case that bad news circulates faster and more widely than good news.That is why reputation management has become a key service that any company or high-profile individual may wish to…
  • Telus, the Emperor With No Clothes

    Barry Welford
    15 Oct 2014 | 1:49 pm
    Most Canadians are aware that they pay higher cell phone costs than those in other countries because the market is ruled by the oligopoly of Bell, Rogers and Telus. They fight hard to maintain this stranglehold on the marketplace despite the widespread resentment this causes. Thankfully the federal government realizes that this is a dossier where they will get widespread electoral support whenever they decide to curb the actions of the telecommunications companies. A recent example before the CRTC illustrates the mindset of these companies. The action of Telus brings to mind the Emperor with…
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  • Time To Add A Lucky Ladybug To Your Computer Set Up

    Kitty Devine
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:43 am
    Let's face it. Computer equipment can be a bit boring in appearance at times. So why not brighten up your desk with this Adorable Ladybug Computer Mouse? #pets #animals
  • PetsLady's Pick: Cute Blanket-Missing Kitty Of The Day

    Laurie Kay Olson
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:03 am
    Blankie! I've been looking for you everywheres! What are you doing on TeeVees? #pets #animals
  • This Hulk Is Truly Incredible! The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

    John P. Barker
    6 Mar 2015 | 4:50 am
    Pit Bulls can be imposing animals.  They're big.  They have gigantic jaws.  They are designed to be guard dogs.  But they are also harshly judged due to media attention to certain horrifying incidents.  This video gives a few reasons as to why these dogs are the way they are--and why they can be great pets.  Plus, Hulk is just plain adorable. #pets #animals
  • When The Elephant In The Room Is No Longer In The Circus

    Ron Callari
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:11 am
    As we acknowledge some of our fondest childhood memories, I’m sure you'll agree, there's a common denominator for most of us. Those were the special times when our parents treated us to a day at the circus. When Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey came to town it was an event for the young and old to behold --  particularly if it was proceeded by the pomp and ceremony of an exhilarating parade marching through town. #pets #animals
  • 3 Easy Ways To Protect Your Furniture From Cat Scratching

    Lady Bug
    5 Mar 2015 | 10:40 am
    Love your cat, but hate the fact that he tears up all your furniture? There are some simple things you can do to  stop your cat from scratching on your furniture. Here's 3 tips to try: #pets #animals
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  • Maybe They Should Call It A Chair-opotamus!

    Laurie Kay Olson
    5 Mar 2015 | 6:20 am
    Hippos are fairly cute for an animal that is big and bulbous with yards of fat folds. In the wild they are extremely territorial and very dangerous. When a hippo is The Hippopotamus Chair in your living room, however, it is all just as cute and chubby as it is in your imagination. Better than that you can climb on its back and pretend to ride it around, give it a potted palm to munch on, and use it to freak out the dog. #pets #animals
  • Crows Give Girl Gifts Of Appreciation

    Laurie Kay Olson
    3 Mar 2015 | 2:03 pm
    Eight-year-old Gabi Mann of Seattle started feeding crows when she was just four. It wasn't intentional. She just has a habit of accidentally dropping food wherever she went and the crows started to notice and keep an eye on her for the fallout. This caused her to notice the birds in return. Before long she was sharing the lunch Mom had packed for her while she was on the way to the bus, and her brother began to do the same. #pets #animals
  • Hungry, Hungry Hippo! The Scary Animal Video Of The Day!!!

    John P. Barker
    2 Mar 2015 | 11:25 am
    It is well known that hippos are far more aggressive and territorial than their bloated bodies imply.  People on this boating tour in Africa experience this behavior first hand... #pets #animals
  • The Caribbean And The Essential Need For Fish Pee

    Laurie Kay Olson
    26 Feb 2015 | 6:10 am
    It is a substance many children have speculated upon before dipping a toe into a lake or ocean. The fact is that fish do pee. Not only do they pee, but researchers have recently discovered that this liquid is precious and the ecosystems of coastal waterways and coral reefs rely upon it to remain strong and healthy. Not only that, it requires a variety of different fish species. #pets #animals
  • Praise The Lard! Pig Seen Worshiping In Front Of Buddhist Temple

    Creature Features
    25 Feb 2015 | 3:47 pm
    Was she bacon for forgiveness or just praying around? A pious porker was seen prostrating herself in front of a Buddhist temple in Wenzhou, China the other day but something about her apparent act of contrition doesn't seem quite kosher. #pets #animals
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  • SHIH POO puppies for sale

    3 Mar 2015 | 6:28 am
    Our Shih Poo puppies were born on January 6, 2015 There are 3 Females in the litter 3 Black & White Females Our Shih Poo puppies will weigh between 9 and 11 lbs as adults. They are $700 + hst. If you are interested in our puppies and have any questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at 905-830-2290. To view our other puppies please see our puppies for sale page. A puppy is not promised unless a Deposit has been given. MORE PICTURES BELOW The SHIH POO is a hybrid of the Shih Tzu and the Poodle. The Shih Poo is a very popular mixed breed dog.
  • MORKIE puppies for sale

    3 Mar 2015 | 6:15 am
    Our Morkie puppies were born on January 1, 2015 There are 2 Males & 2 Females in the litter 2 Black & Tan Males 2 Black & Tan Females Our Morkie puppies will weigh between 7 and 9 lbs as adults. They are $985 + hst. If you are interested in our puppies and have any questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at 905-830-2290. To view our other puppies please see our puppies for sale page. A puppy is not promised unless a Deposit has been given. MORE PICTURES BELOW The MORKIE is a hybrid of the Maltese and the Yorkshire Terrier. Both the…
  • MORKIE puppies for sale

    1 Mar 2015 | 2:07 pm
    Our Morkie puppies were born on December 30, 2014 There are 2 Males & 2 Females in the litter ONLY 1 Male and 2 Females Left 1 Black & Tan Male – SOLD 1 Caramel Male 2 Black & Tan Females Our Morkie puppies will weigh between 5 and 7 lbs as adults. They are $1,200 + hst. If you are interested in our puppies and have any questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at 905-830-2290. To view our other puppies please see our puppies for sale page. A puppy is not promised unless a Deposit has been given. MORE PICTURES BELOW The MORKIE is a…
  • COTON POO puppies for sale

    25 Feb 2015 | 6:45 am
    We do not have any Coton Poo puppies available for homes right now. If you are interested in our puppies and have any questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at 905-830-2290. To view our other puppies please see our puppies for sale page. A puppy is not promised unless a Deposit has been given. MORE PICTURES BELOW The Coton Poo is a hybrid of the Coton de Tulear and the Poodle. The Coton Poo makes for a very happy, good tempered and pretty mixed breed dog. They are very happy and just love being with people. The Coton Poo is a mix of the Coton de…
  • BICHON FRISE puppies for sale

    25 Feb 2015 | 6:24 am
    Our Bichon Frise puppies were born on December 28, 2014 There are 2 Males & 3 Females in the litter Only 1 Female Left 2 White Males - both are SOLD 3 White Females - 2 are SOLD Our Bichon Frise puppies will weigh between 12 and 15 lbs as adults They are $ 885 + hst. If you are interested in our puppies and have any questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at 905-830-2290. To view our other puppies please see our puppies for sale page. A puppy is not promised unless a Deposit has been given. MORE PICTURES BELOW Breed Description The Bichon Frise…
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    Los Angeles » Listings

  • Lazy Dog Cafe – West Covina

    Seamus' Dad
    1 Mar 2015 | 11:26 am
    Lazy Dog West Covina is another great installation of the The Southern California restaurant Lazy Dog which has become a neighborhood culinary destination providing memorable food & small-town hospitality to each and every guest and their dog. Come on by and give us a try! Sit. Stay. Play.
  • Cheviot Hills Park

    Seamus' Dad
    28 Feb 2015 | 3:03 pm
    Facility Features: Auditorium, barbecue pits, baseball diamond (lighted/unlighted), basketball courts (lighted/indoor/outdoor), childrens play area, community room, indoor gym (without weights), picnic tables, volleyball courts (lighted).
  • Beach Nation

    Seamus' Dad
    28 Feb 2015 | 2:49 pm
    A beach in the middle of West Hollywood? Why not? Beach Nation captures the soul of the beach, and offers great food, Barefoot coffee and beer & wine!
  • Brighton Coffee Shop

    27 Feb 2015 | 1:28 pm
    Brighton Coffee Shop serves Coffee & Tea + Breakfast and Brunch. Dogs allowed when under the table.
  • Beverliz Café

    27 Feb 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Beverliz Cafe is a local neighborhood spot serving breakfast, soups & more.
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    Chelsea Dogs Blog

  • Brand New Maritime Range Dog Beds by Danish Design

    Chelsea Dogs
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:57 am
    We are thrilled to announce that our friends at Danish Design have launched a brand spanking new range of dog beds to their collection. The Maritime Range Dog Beds by Danish Design features a collection of fresh and nautical inspired fabrics that will brighten up your home. The range features combinations of linen look stripes and denim look textures in three relaxed colour-ways, all highlighted by a special nautical edition of the Danish Design embroidered paw. Available in box duvets and our most popular shape snuggle dog beds, these beds are truly perfect and just in time for spring!
  • Crufts 2015 news and pictures

    Bronwyn Hall
    6 Mar 2015 | 2:37 am
    This weekend (5th-8th March) marks the most anticipated event of the doggy calendar – Crufts 2015. The worlds biggest dog show – created by Victorian business man Charles Cruft – is back! Crufts The annual event, held in the Birmingham NEC arena, sees thousands of dogs – primped and preened – descend on the venue. Dogs and their handlers will have been working up to this for months if not years; all hoping for the top spot in their categories. And let’s not forget the coveted price of ‘Best in Show’, won last year by Ricky the Standard Poodle.
  • ‘Hitler’ puppy named Adolf by Swansea owner

    Bronwyn Hall
    4 Mar 2015 | 6:37 am
    A puppy born with black and white fur that resembles a slanting fringe and little moustache has been named Adolf. The puppy was in a litter of five belonging to Swansea hairdresser Claire Walsh and earned his moniker when people commented on the resemblance. Walsh told the Telegraph,”I put photos of them on Facebook, and some of my colleagues and other people started commenting about him. Everyone says he resembles an infamous World War Two leader. He looks like he’s got a side parting, and there is a little mark on his nose which has gone black.” Admitting the…
  • 3D printed prosthetic legs help dog walk

    Bronwyn Hall
    3 Mar 2015 | 5:48 am
    A Husky/cross called Derby was born with a condition that meant both of his front legs were badly deformed. Sadly this meant that he could not run and play like normal dogs. Pets Paradise However, undeterred, Derby still has an exuberant personality and an ever renewing zeal for life. He was adopted by Tara Anderson – a director at 3D printing company, 3D Systems – after his previous owners left him at a dog rescue centre in New Hampshire, US. Blogspot Inspired by his persistent enthusiasm, Tara organised for 3D Systems to scan and model custom made prosthetics to be fitted for…
  • Dog jokes to brighten up your Monday blues

    Bronwyn Hall
    2 Mar 2015 | 8:46 am
    It’s Monday again and you’re not alone in suffering from those dastardly Monday blues. However, these dog jokes are almost guaranteed to bring a grin to your face. Keep scrolling and start smiling… The dog who is striving to remember: Let me give you a list of just some of the things I must remember to be a good dog. 1. I will not eat the cats’ food before they eat it or after they throw it up. 2. I will not roll on dead seagulls, fish, crabs, etc. just because I like the way they smell. 3. The litter box is not a cookie jar. 4. The sofa is not a ”face towel.” 5.
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    Birding Pictures

  • Rough-legged Hawk

    Lauren Shaffer
    3 Mar 2015 | 12:15 pm
    The Rough-legged Hawk, a gorgeous raptor which breeds in the Artic, comes south in the winter through Canada to stay in much of the U.S. in order to find food. We see them here in rural Central PA towards the middle of winter, in good numbers. They are also found in Asia, Europe and Greenland unlike our other buteos. Their feet are covered with feathers, hence the name “Rough-legged.” Rough-leggeds have two color morphs, light and dark, and are strikingly patterned. There are also differences according to age and sex. The bird pictured above and below is an adult male light…
  • Winter Birding

    Lauren Shaffer
    3 Feb 2015 | 5:47 pm
    The sun finally came out this morning in rural Central Pa, so I braved the crazy 4 degrees with ear muffs, hand warmers, gloves, heavy coat and boots, and went birding! For four hours!! With the bright snow and the intense sunlight, I was less than happy with the umpteen pictures I took, but it was still fun. I put the seat warmer on, put the window down so I could hear the Horned Larks flying over the fields, and drove the back roads. This is winter road birding at its finest. When there’s something good, the blinkers go on, and the car is parked as far off the road as possible. We…
  • Northern Harrier–The Gray Ghost

    Lauren Shaffer
    17 Jan 2015 | 7:00 am
    Gray Ghost, male Northern Harrier, Marsh Hawk; all names of this unique hawk which hunts low over open ground or marsh. Long and slender, with wings often held in a dihedral or V-shape, its flat head makes it look something like an owl when it flies. Another owl-like feature is a facial disk which aids the hawk in hearing rodents below in the grasses. This is seen more easily in the female whose plumage is very different from the male, with its dark brown back and heavily streaked under-wings. Both share the white rump patch, however. Photo of the female is below, where you can just make out…
  • Bald Eagles at Conowingo Dam

    Lauren Shaffer
    12 Dec 2014 | 7:46 pm
      Photographing eagles at Conowingo Dam along the Susquehanna River in Maryland, has to be one of the most thrilling experiences of a photographer’s life. At least it is, if the eagles are there! There are no guarantees that they will show up in big numbers, or that they will be active for more than a few minutes every hour or two, but when conditions are right, the sound of thousands of camera shutters going off continuously can really raise one’s adrenaline! From early November to the end of December is the best time to go. When power is needed, the hydroelectric plant…
  • Eurasian Wigeons and American Wigeons: Contentious Cousins

    Lauren Shaffer
    7 Nov 2014 | 5:52 pm
    The Eurasian Wigeon which breeds in Iceland, Europe, and Asia, is a common visitor to America, and is a handsome bird with its rufous head and pinkish breast.  It shares some characteristics with its American cousin, the “Baldpate,” such as the cream-colored crown, white shoulder patch, and black at the back end. As stated in Audubon birds, The Eurasian Wigeon is usually found associating with flocks of its American counterpart. Like the American Wigeon, this species is unorthodox in its feeding habits: It spends much of its time grazing on land like a goose and also loiters…
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    Small Dog Breeds

  • Toy Fox Terrier

    28 Feb 2015 | 6:23 am
    Easy to Train Good with kids Energy Heat tolerance Cold tolerance Watchdog Shedding Toy Fox Terrier Personality traits and Temperament The Toy Fox Terrier (TFT) is a dynamite of a dog. The breed is a perfect blend of terrier and toy, combining terrier exuberance and hunting ability with the small size and more compliant, lap-loving characteristics of toy dogs. Their size makes TFTs suited to most homes, although their noisy nature and high activity level would be a problem in apartment. That being said this breed comes in a range of personalities, from live wire to couch potato. This is a…
  • Tibetan Spaniel

    27 Feb 2015 | 6:20 am
    Easy to Train Good with kids Energy Heat tolerance Cold tolerance Watchdog Shedding Tibetan Spaniel Personality traits and Temperament They are very bold dogs with an independent spirit. Tibbies are often described as feline in their habits. It’s not unusual to find him perched on top of a sofa, chair, or other high place, surveying his domain or meticulously grooming himself like a cat. Tibbe’s must be walked on a leash to prevent them from running off to explore. Yards should also be fenced. The personality of Tibetan Spaniels is sweet but assertive, affectionate with his family. They…
  • Pembroke Welsh Corgi

    26 Feb 2015 | 5:00 am
    Easy to Train Good with kids Energy Heat tolerance Cold tolerance Watchdog Shedding Pembroke Welsh Corgi Personality traits and Temperament The happy, energetic Pembroke Welsh Corgi always has a smile on his face. The Pembroke always wants to be involved in whatever his family is doing, and he’d especially like to be in charge. Pembrokes have a remarkable affinity for children, but thanks to their herding instincts, they sometimes nip at children’s feet or ankles. They usually are good with other pets in the household, so long as they have been socialized with them. This is a dog with…
  • Wire Fox Terrier

    25 Feb 2015 | 7:21 am
    Easy to Train Good with kids Energy Heat tolerance Cold tolerance Watchdog Shedding Wire Fox Terrier Personality traits and Temperament They are happy, lively and inquisitive, dogs who are usually bright and quick to learn. They are very confident and have a big attitude towards life. They are very loyal towards their families and are very protective of them. They are high energy dogs and require a lot of exercise before they can settle down. They are lovers of comfort and require early socialization. They are comical, funny and playful and make excellent companion dogs. They are likely to go…
  • Swedish Vallhund

    25 Feb 2015 | 6:17 am
    Easy to Train Good with kids Energy Heat tolerance Cold tolerance Watchdog Shedding Swedish Vallhund Personality traits and Temperament They can be described as the classic “big dog in a small body.” They are smart, alert, and energetic, all in a compact, agile package that makes him a good choice for the family who will enjoy his lively spirit, sense of humor, and versatile abilities. He is an alert, affectionate, devoted, energetic, happy and friendly dog. He loves attention, but he also needs human leadership. SV is extremely dedicated to his family and is always ready to play or to…
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    Pet Stories

  • Cat saves family from fire [Story]

    Marin T.
    12 Feb 2015 | 7:10 am
    Dianne Busscher was woken up at 4:45 a.m. by the cries of the family cat, Oreo, coming from the garage. Busscher went down stairs to see what the fuss was about. What she saw was smoke and flames; she quickly grabbed the cat and rushed
  • Dogs catching and fetching stuff, well not really

    Vessy M.
    15 Dec 2014 | 1:36 pm
    We have all seen dogs doing some pretty amazing stuff, as in general they are known for their intelligence and the ability to learn behavioral patterns and get a treat for a job well done. However, the following frames prove these little guys often tend
  • Hilarious Golden Retriever Really Wants To Race But.. First Things First.

    Marin T.
    18 Nov 2014 | 7:16 pm
    Golden Retrievers are gorgeous dogs and definitely very smart and cute. Well and a bit varnish too. Our team found a hilarious video of racing competition for dogs. The task is pretty simple a dog must walk in a straight line without getting distracted by
  • Dog gets a makeover that saves his life

    Marin T.
    14 Nov 2014 | 5:57 am
    Meet Charlie  – a homeless dog that was recently admitted to an L.A. area shelter. He was found on a side road, laying down with his hair entangled in painful burps.  Unfortunately this facility is a high killer shelter – unless someone adopt them, dogs like Charlie
  • 7 Simple Halloween Safety Tips for Your Dog

    Marin T.
    17 Oct 2014 | 5:48 am
    My dog doesn’t like Halloween, and she’s not alone. Many dog experience extra anxiety and stress on Halloween with all the extra commotion and chaos. Follow these 7 Halloween safety tips for your dog to make it safer and more comfortable for your canine…
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    Pet Talk News

  • Samsung Dream Doghouse

    6 Mar 2015 | 7:45 am
    Samsung Dream Doghouse An event called Crufts is the world’s largest dog show. At Crufts 2015 Samsung unveiled a $39,000 high-tech doghouse. What makes a doghouse high-tech? How about a grass turf treadmill, hot tub, Samsung tablet, dog food on demand and pictures on the wall just to name a few of the luxury features. Samsung’s Dream Doghouse was created by 12 Samsung designers. Samsung is a sponsor of Crufts and the creation was made in honor of the world’s largest dog show. In the video an adorable little dog will show you all the features! Let’s take a look. via…
  • Patient Dog Lets Little Girl Play Doctor

    4 Mar 2015 | 6:41 pm
    Patient Dog Lets Little Girl Play Doctor Neckar the bull terrier loves his little girl very very much. Noa is her name and Neckar is very patiently sitting and letting her listen to his heart, bandage his leg and even examine inside his ears. She even pretends to give him a shot. Noa definitely wants to make sure Neckar is in tip top shape. This video will make you smile. We are not sure who is cuter, the dog or the little girl. Bull Terriers are known for wanting to be doing what their people are doing. We think Neckar has definitely done his family duty. via ETonline The post Patient Dog…
  • Snoring Orange Cat Keeps Family Awake

    4 Mar 2015 | 6:37 pm
    Snoring Orange Cat Keeps Family Awake This kitty sleeps on the bed right next to it’s human mom. Maybe the kitty’s snoring is similar to a sound machine and provides noise to sleep by. Nah… they were awake filming. Glad somebody is getting a good nights’s sleep! For cat lovers everywhere we totally understand how this is totally acceptable behavior. It’s important the cat have a good night’s sleep. There are only so many cat naps that can be taken during the day. Sometimes cat naps are for nighttime. Do you have a loud snoring cat? Tell us about it below.
  • Lucky Deer Survives Ride Under Hood of Car

    4 Mar 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Lucky Deer Survives Ride Under Hood of Car This is a quite the unusual animal story with a very happy ending for the deer. A man was driving down the highway and accidentally hit a deer leaping across the highway. He stopped and looked in the road and along the edge of the highway but could not spot the deer he was sure he had just hit with the front of his car. Not finding the deer he believe he must have ran off into the woods. He got back in his car and continued down the highway and it was not until he stopped for gas and was looking carefully at the front of his car for any damage that…
  • Dog Rescued From Bluff

    3 Mar 2015 | 11:44 am
    Dog Rescued From Bluff Firefighters in Santa Monica, California rescued a dog stuck on a cliff. The video footage is quite impressive. At the end of the video you see just how high up the dog was above the highway. The dog, named Smoky was walking along the top of the Santa Monica Bluffs when he spotted a squirrel. Smoky chased the squirrel into bushes and suddenly tumbled 50 feet down the cliff and fell into a gap in the rocks where he became trapped. Traffic was stopped along the Pacific Coast Highway for the rescue. Smoky was quite glad to have his paws on the ground again and was…
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  • Honeybee Health Initiatives Award launched by Vita

    Editorial Board
    28 Feb 2015 | 1:30 pm
    Beekeeping associations across the world are invited to enter a new Vita award for honeybee health initiatives. The Vita Bee Initiative Awards will highlight the vital work of voluntary beekeeping groups to combat the ongoing health threats to honeybees and publicise good practice for the benefit of other beekeepers. Winners of the Award will receive trophies and equipment such as microscopes to a value of €250 to help them in maintaining healthy honeybee colonies. Entrants will also receive a limited edition booklet highlighting the best projects. Many projects will also be publicised…
  • New perspectives on the cultivation of our honeybee – Farming for the Landless

    Editorial Board
    25 Feb 2015 | 2:57 pm
    Fresh Ideas to Forage As this year’s honeybee foraging season approaches, a fresh bee book launches. On Sunday 1st March 2015, Farming for the Landless: New perspectives on the cultivation of our honeybee, Platin Press, will be presented for the first time by author Sarah Waring and ecologist Caroline Birchall (the Bee Collective and Buglife’s B-Lines) at Freightliners Farm, Islington, London. “Devastating colony losses have resulted in rallying calls to ‘save our bees’. Media interest and a multitude of campaigns have rapidly raised public awareness. Concern for bees is now high…
  • New Invention: Honeyflow – Honey, Straight out of your Beehive

    16 Feb 2015 | 3:14 am
    Beekeepers, this invention will blow your mind away. Honeyflow is the first technology that allows you to get honey straight out of your beehive. Co- inventor Cedar Anderson said; “It is so much easier on the beekeeper and so much easier on the bees”. Video of Honeyflow You can support the project on Indiegogo platform Team of inventors have already raised more money for this project over platform Indiegogo as it was the initial goal. The goal was $70.000, but only in one day they raised more that $2.300.000. You can support them on the platform Indiegogo. Official launch of…
  • Is Mystery of the Bee Colony Collapse Disorder solved?

    Editorial Board
    11 Feb 2015 | 4:55 am
    A mystery about the bee colony collapse disorder (CCD) is dramatic, because for the last decade, scientist are working hard to find a reason and every time something about the theory was questionable. Quick overview of research for the Bee Colony Collapse Disorder Colony collapse disorder (CCD) is a mystery for a European honey bee colony disappearance, because bee colony is losing almost their entire adult bee population in a short time. The name CCD appeared in the year 2006,  with a drastic rise in the number of disappearances (30-90 %) of bees in North America. Till today scientist…
  • Wireless Technology Company is Saving Bees from Extinction

    9 Feb 2015 | 9:37 pm
    Eco-Friendly Wireless Technology Company is committed to Reducing Electronic Landfill Pollution and Saving Bees from Extinction. Bumblebee Wireless Inc. announced that it expects to collect at least one million pounds of mobile phones, tablets, and laptops over the next three years for reuse and recycling, helping to divert an estimate of the 50 million tons of e-waste from landfills every year, and will collect donations and give a portion of its proceeds to protecting our bees and providing alternatives to farmers from destructive industrial agriculture and help promote ecological farming…
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    My Life For Animals

  • We are now connected with “You Sign Animals”

    4 Mar 2015 | 6:33 am
      “You Sign Animals” is an Animal Petition website working for animal abuse worldwide. We will now be joining them to help sign petitions and broadcast animal welfare news globally. Website: Facebook Page: YouSign Animals The post We are now connected with “You Sign Animals” appeared first on My Life For Animals.
  • The truth behind Leather

    23 Feb 2015 | 12:53 am
    What is Leather? According to us, leather is a material used to manufacture shoes, jackets, belts, gloves and endless other products. But how many times do we think where it actually comes from? Have you ever stopped and Google about it? For many of us who think that leather is a byproduct of meat and is just the waste left behind after slaughter, the statement is absolutely wrong. It is not a leftover because animals are primarily killed for leather. In India the value of leather exports is 10 times greater than that of meat exports and that is the reason for it to become one of the most…
  • Red and Green Chilli in Cattle’s eye

    8 Feb 2015 | 6:13 pm
    During the (PFCI) 12 Different Rescue Operations in the last 1 year, we have witnessed this Cruelty of keeping Red & Green Chilly on the Eyes of the Cattle on 4 different occasions, 28 Cattle rescue in 1 Truck on October 7th in Tambaram, (Red Chilly in Buffalo) 229 Cattle rescue in 8 Truck on April 21st in Nazarethpet, (Red Chilly in White Cow) 22 Cattle rescue in 1 Truck on Aug 28th in Avinashi, (Red Chilly in Buffalo) 25 Cattle rescue in 1 Truck on May 20th in Chittode, (Green Chilly in Brown Cow) Apart from this, many a times we have found a bag full of Red & Green chilies on the…
  • A Dog’s life.. With you.. Without you !

    4 Feb 2015 | 8:19 am
    Your pet is a family member. If you own a pet and love him, he knows that you are his only world. You are the only best friend he has. Why so? I’ll tell you.   If you adopt/buy a puppy The first day when you bring that cute pup into your home, it’s a new place for him; the first place he can call home. You take him into your arms, hug him, love him and that’s when his world starts. He experiences the warmth of your hands and in a few days, gets used to it; infact starts loving it. Day by day, you feed him, play with him, give him some lovely nick names even though he has got an…
  • Help to stop Dolphin slaughter

    Kath Redmond
    25 Jan 2015 | 2:00 am
    Information worth repeating from The Cove Guardians The slaughter of 20,000 dolphins, porpoises, and small whales occurs in Japan each year. Starting on September 1st and continuing through March of the next year, fishermen herd whole families of small cetaceans into shallow bays and mercilessly stab and drown them to death. This annual slaughter of dolphins was virtually unknown until 2003 when Sea Shepherd globally released covertly obtained film and photographs of the now infamous bloody “Cove” in a village called Taiji. Beginning in 2010, and continuing to this day, Sea Shepherd has…
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    Addicted to Dogs

  • Where to buy clothes for my dog in the United States

    12 Feb 2015 | 12:44 pm
    We live in a time when people not only dress themselves in nice clothes, but also their dogs. It has become quite fashionable for dog owners to dress their dogs up in clothes right across the globe, particularly in countries such as the United States, United Kingdom and Australia. While dog owners tend to favour [...]
  • Video: Android – Friends Furever

    7 Feb 2015 | 9:29 am
    Google Android recently released a promotional video (watch below) which features a range of different cute animals. The video, which uses the phrase “be together. not the same” shows a number of different scenes from the animal kingdom, highlighting the unlikely relationships between different animals. Some examples of the friendships between the animals in the Google [...]
  • Video: Sheep thinks she’s a dog

    7 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    A video was recently posted (you can watch the video below) on Jemma MacKenzie’s YouTube Channel which shows a sheep that thinks she’s a dog. At the time of posting this article, the video had over 1.2 million views on In the video you can clearly see that the sheep mimics the characteristics and movements [...]
  • 5 dogs that have made friends with cats

    6 Feb 2015 | 4:45 pm
    We’re all used to watching watching traditional cartoons where dogs and cats are mortal enemies. However, it seems that in more recent times some dogs and cats have made friends and formed friendships with each other. Below are 5 photos of dog and cat friendships: 1. Cat massaging dog This dog has a pretty great [...]
  • 116 puppies seized at Dublin Port, Ireland

    6 Feb 2015 | 3:35 pm
    This week the Dublin Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals released a statement outlining that 116 puppies were seized at Dublin Port in Ireland, photos of which can be found below. The vans which were carrying the puppies were on route to the United Kingdom. The puppies were mostly small breeds and were [...]
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