VERY IMPORTANT REPORT:
defenders have been killed so far in 2017
while protecting their community’s land or natural resources
Renato Anglao, an indigenous rights defender, was gunned down in February 2017. Photograph: Mayday Multimedia Collective
Latest data update: 30 August 2017
Produced by Monica Ulmanu, Alan Evans and Georgia Brown
Petition richtet sich an President Donald Trump und an 3 mehr
TAKE AWAY THE CURSE PLACED ON PIT BULLS!
I just pledged for him 200 € –
but the costs for surgery – critical!
But I fight for him and many others.
But slowly, slowly, the costs are much higher as I could give for Dogs´sake.
IF YOU WANT TO HELP THESE POOREST DOGS FIRST TIME I ASK FOR
A DONATION: WE CAN PLEDGE FOR THOSE PIT BULLS WHO ARE
ON DEATH ROW IN HIGHKILLSHELTERS:
EACH DONATION GOES IMMEDIATELY TO THIS EFFORT –
THANK YOU SO MUCH:
European gray wolves in Bavaria. MrT HK/CC BY 2.0
Something is lupine in the state of Denmark. After two largely wolf-free centuries, researchers say that a pair of the animals has moved into west Jutland, and that cubs are almost certainly on the way.
Over the past few years, four solitary male wolves have been sighted roaming the area’s woods and farmland. CCTV footage from last autumn suggested that at least one of them had been joined by a companion, and DNA evidence from wolf scat now confirms it, the Copenhagen Post reports….
Why Everything Negative You Think About Pit Bulls Is Wrong
By Kate Hogan
Posted on July 25, 2017 at 4:58pm EDT
People who aren’t familiar with them describe pit bulls as a lot of things — mostly negative. But as PEOPLE Pet Vet Dr. Evan Antin explains above, pit bulls are actually “some of the sweetest, most loyal, special, amazing dogs.”
While some people breed pit bulls specifically to use as fighting dogs, the truth, Dr. Antin says, is that “99.999 percent of the pit bulls you see in the rescues and shelters are super sweet.” In fact, Chihuahuas are actually more aggressive as a breed than pit bulls — they just don’t have that extra strength that comes with being a big dog.
If you’re at a shelter and considering a pit bull, there are simple ways to tell if he or she might be overly aggressive. Hear more on that from Dr. Antin in the Clip.