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Mercy For Animals - animal rights organization promoting a vegetarian diet

Mercy For Animals - animal rights organization promoting a vegetarian diet
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The Reality of Zoos The following article was written by Michelle Carr. Confused Animal Lover from St. Louis writes, “I’m a huge animal lover, and I understand why the circus is bad for animals, but what about zoos?” Great question! Captive animals are deprived of everything that is natural and important to them, and as a result, they become bored and lonely and many even suffer from a condition called “zoochosis.” Some animals are so unhappy that they risk their lives in desperate attempts to free themselves. Animals are unable to thrive in small enclosures, especially with unnatural weather and climates. In reality, most people only spend a few seconds at each display, waiting for the animals to do something “exciting,” but they gain little, if any, true understanding of the animals. Traveling and roadside zoos are even crueler. Instead of going to the zoo, you can learn about animals by watching nature documentaries or observing the animals in their own natural habitats instead.

informatique_tic_florence ▶ Comprendre la démarche... en vidéo | Marche pour la fermeture des abattoirs Vous trouverez ci-dessous en vidéo les motivations des participant(e)s à cette marche avec tout d'abord le documentaire réalisé par Georges Franju, puis des vidéos tournées récemment notamment en France. « Le sang des bêtes », Georges Franju La manifestation débutera aux anciens abattoirs de Vaugirard, lieu où Georges Franju a tourné en 1949 son documentaire « Le sang des bêtes » : « Quand je suis allé la première fois là-dedans, je suis rentré chez moi, j’ai pleuré pendant deux jours, j’ai caché tous les couteaux, j’avais envie de mourir » « Tueurs sans haine », Georges Franju, cinéaste, Paris, Maison de la Villette, 1992, 17-21. Abattage de poissons (USA 2011, association Mercy for Animals) Abattage de bovins (France 2008, association L214) Abattage de lapins (France 2007, association L214) Abattage de poules pondeuses Abattage de moutons (Espagne 2008, Igualdad Animal) Abattage de cochons Autres vidéos Vidéos de l'association L214 (France) Vidéos de l'association One Voice (France)

Animals in British zoos live in conditions 'as bad as those in the former Soviet Bloc' By Fiona Macrae Published: 00:40 GMT, 7 April 2012 | Updated: 00:41 GMT, 7 April 2012 Animals in some British zoos are kept in conditions little better than those in former Soviet Bloc countries, it was claimed last night. A major undercover investigation of zoos, wildlife parks, bird of prey centres and aquaria, revealed numerous cases of agitated animals and repetitive behaviour. Other animals were in a state of apathy, while many enclosures were dirty and drinking water was stagnant or dirty. A Bornean orang-utan living in 'horrendous' conditions at Dudley Zoo. Animals whose plight has been highlighted by the Born Free Foundation include a Bornean orang-utan living in ‘horrendous’ conditions and an Asiatic bear huddled against the wall of a bear pit at Dudley Zoo in the West Midlands. A panther, an elusive and private creature, was pictured in a barren enclosure at the zoo at the Drayton Manor theme park in Staffordshire. ‘It looks completely disinterested and that’s not how bears are.

coursSE452_Florence Foie gras, mensonges et vidéo Depuis le 1er juillet, la fabrication et la vente de foie gras sont interdites en Californie. Une loi contestée en France qui, ne se conformant pas au droit européen interdisant le gavage, est « le seul pays à [avoir] érigé la suralimentation forcée des palmipèdes en patrimoine culturel national », dénoncent Brigitte Gothière, Johanne Mielcarek et Estiva Reus, de l'association L214- Ethique & Animaux. Après l'entrée en vigueur de l'interdiction de la fabrication et de la vente de foie gras en Californie le 1er juillet dernier, les professionnels français se mobilisent, avec l'appui du gouvernement, pour contrer « le préjudice d'image » occasionné par la décision californienne. 1998: un rapport vétérinaire accablant pour le foie gras Des scientifiques interviennent en amont de l’élaboration des réglementations européennes de protection des animaux. Produire des travaux scientifiques pro-gavage Consolider les appuis politiques Le bouclier politique franco-français est en place.

Are zoos a force for good or just plain cruel? | Nature Image Credit: Two women watch a giraffe at San Francisco zoo © sparky2000 In a new series of features, the Earth Times asks two leading experts to give their views on some of the hottest green topics of the 21st century. This week, we ask: Are zoos a force for good, or just an out-dated mode of animal cruelty? Tackling the issue head-on are Liz Tyson and Rosalind Smith. Liz Tyson is the director of the Captive Animals' Protection Society, a UK-based charity leading the campaign to end the use of animals in entertainment. Rosalind Smith is a marketing assistant at Newquay Zoo Environmental Park in Cornwall, England. With the internet, as well as DVDs, 3D TV etc, are zoos really necessary to teach people about animals in the 21st century? Rosalind: I would say definitely. Liz: No, not at all. A zoo shows the animal completely out of context, outside of its natural habitat and the ecosystem it was designed to inhabit. What are the differences between 'good zoos' and 'bad zoos'?

Young, energetic, highly committed organization dedicated to defending the rights of all animals and promoting cruelty-free choices. by cellospot May 11