Whether you’re an animal lover, an animal rights activist, or simply a person who doesn’t want to stand by while fellow sentient beings suffer, see if any of the following actions are important to you. If they are, won’t you take a moment to click and sign on to a campaign and help those who cannot speak for themselves?
Help protect Spanish Greyhounds
Dog lovers, you know how much it breaks your heart when you hear about a dog being abandoned by his or her owners for whatever reason. After a grueling career as a hunting dog, many Spanish greyhounds are abandoned like this, leaving this ancient, loving breed of canine companion to a life of desolation, abuse, or death. The dogs are often seen abandoned and starving, begging for scraps after their owners have used them until their old age. Please click here to ask Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to help protect these noble dogs and prevent them from such suffering.
Save Beluga Whales from death
Have you ever seen a beluga whale? When I was 18, I had the opportunity to do so, and it was one of the most breathtaking, amazing moments of my entire life. I still get goose bumps right now, just thinking about that magnificent, enormous creature right in front of me. The Apache Alaska Corporation, however, is about to use airguns to explore the region where the very last belugas of the Alaska Cook inlet live for oil and gas. These airguns will kill, if not injure to the point of deafness and other impairment, the belugas. Please click here to learn more and to ask the Obama administration to step in and stop the airgun operation.
Ban lead bullets
When bullets containing lead are used in hunting, they result in contamination of the rest of wildlife, giving plants and animals deadly lead poisoning. Click here to learn more and to stop the use of lead bullets in hunting.
Submit your comments about Keystone XL
The potential environmental and wildlife destruction from opening up the Keystone XL pipeline project is devastating. Before President Obama allows this pipeline to run from Nebraska all the way up to Canada, the State Department is investigating its impact—which gives us time to speak up and out against the project, which would be harmful for both humans and animals. Please click here to submit your comments and ask that this simply not be allowed to happen.
Stop killing sea lions
As sea lions threaten fisherman’s catch, they are murdered at an alarming rate; please click here to ask that a humane way to deal with this clash be implemented and that the sea lions be protected.