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Feature for Tuesday, January 31
My Little Boy, Winston
Dog Winston
I adopted Winston just over three years ago, he had been in an abusive situation for a number of years, finally ending up dumped in a shelter at the "senior" age of 8 years old. Although the shelter, fairly enough, made very clear that Winston had psychological / emotional trauma, was terrified of basically everyone and acted out in strange ways, the first time i looked into his eyes, and he looked back up at me with anxiety and suspicion, it was done. When I assumed the responsibility for this beautiful, damaged little dog I understood what it would take to help him heal from his past trauma, to allow himself to be loved.... to learn to TRUST (someone, if not everyone).
Animal Stories

Feature for Monday, January 30
On Behalf of the Bears
Black Bear
The New Jersey Fish & Game Council is considering a plan to resume annual black bear hunts. At the January 18 public hearing in Trenton, I tried to speak for the bears.
Wildlife Articles

Feature for Sunday, January 29
People See When We're Transformed
People see when we're transformed into peacemaking children of God from our former way of life in this world with all its violence, pain, suffering, and death that is inflicted upon millions of people and billions of other animals every year. This is Transfiguration Sunday, which celebrates the transfiguration of Jesus on the mountain, but it should also speak to us about our need to also be transformed.
An Bible Sermons
[Pictured is Krishna from Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]

Feature for Saturday, January 28
Spicy Quick Chili
vegan spicy chili
Spicy quick chili is a really hot spicy vegan recipe that can easily be made less hot by using fewer chipotle peppers or little or no red pepper powder. Preparation time is about 15 minutes and cooking time is about 30 minutes in a microwave oven set on high. This chili recipe will make about 6 servings as a main meal with a salad, or twice as many servings if served over a bed of brown rice. Leftovers can be stored in a covered container in the refrigerator for a few days.

Feature for Friday, January 27
U.S. Forest Service Restores Critical Protections to Tongass National Forest
grizzly bears
The 17 million-acre Tongass National Forest, in the southeast corner of Alaska, is a temperate rainforest that draws visitors from around the globe and provides habitat for an abundance of wildlife, including grizzly bears, bald eagles and wolves.
Wildlife Articles

Feature for Thursday, January 26
Stand by Me - Desmond's Law
Dog Desmond
Connecticut legislators passed “Desmond’s Law,” allowing courts to appoint attorneys as advocates to represent the best interests of animals in cruelty cases. In addition to the state prosecutor, the perpetrator’s defense attorney, and the enforcement agency (animal control or police officer). The animal advocates are an official party to the case. They can do investigative work prosecutors often don’t have time for, such as interviewing veterinarians and other witnesses. They also make arguments, write briefs and make recommendations to the judge.
Companion Animal Care / Litigation Articles

Feature for Wednesday, January 25 January 25 Newsletter
blind USDA
Continuous exploitations of female’s bodies in Animal farming — slaughterhouse gas chamber footage and USDA’s “regulation”? — animated “Super Cow” wins Film Festival award — vivisector falsified many Animal experimentation documents —when my heart is full of fur — pregnant mares STILL abused for Prempro/Premarin — Baby Hughie as a constant companion — the mainstream media’s censorship of animal ag — alternatives exist and cruelty persists — and more...
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