I’m ready 2014. #YearOfMeow
Poor baby Wasabi Chan passed away this morning =(
Such a cute little baby kitty. I’m so sad, I loved seeing her photos on my Instagram =(
Rest in peace little cutie pie. So sad.
And in her final days on earth…one of her last requests…is that she spend them with her cat…so they brought her cat to the hospital… And then she was happy - Imgur
A villager offers flowers to a female adult elephant lying dead in a paddy field in Panbari village, India. The elephant was hit by a train and killed while crossing railway tracks with a herd of wild Asiatic elephants.
what”s wrong little guy?
Don’t cry baby
Since seals until chinchillas and foxes and bobcats, millions of animals are killed every year for making fur coats in the world. Only in France are slaughtered rabbits 70 million per year for this purpose. But the industry of luxury coats is criticized. For animal rights organizations, more than unjustified - there are synthetic and natural fabrics that fulfill the function -, the activity is very cruel. Suffering now begin to capture the animal, that penalty at the hands of hunters - seals, for example, are killed with a stick on the head, not to damage the skin. Even when bred in captivity, the animals would live in degrading conditions and would suffer horrors time to extract the skin. The producers, in turn, challenge what they call the sensationalism of the entities. “For Chinchilla, death occurs at a break neck cervical vertebrae.’s A painless process, without blood or pain,” says Carlos Perez, president of Breeders Association Chinchilla Lanífera (Achila). For advocates of the animals, however, the cruelty is obvious when one takes into account that, unlike the buzz with cows and chickens - killed to feed people - in the case of the fashion industry animals are sacrificed just to feed the vanity others.
KILLED TO WEAR
Check out the controversial step-by-step of making a coat of Madame