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Animal rescue – corporate food donation

If interested, you can make this you home page, so that when you log onto the internet, you can click daily. It costs you nothing.

Here are instructions to do so, for various browsers:

Firefox

  • Open Firefox, then select the three, horizontal lines next to the profile icon.
  • Select Options, then select the Home icon.
  • Under New Windows and Tabs, select the dropdown next to Homepage and new windows.
  • Choose the option you prefer: Firefox Home (Default), Custom URLs, or Blank Page.

Safari

  • Open Safari, then choose Safari > Preferences, then select General.
  • In the Homepage field, enter a wepage address. To simply use the webpage you’re currently viewing, select Set to Current Page.
  • Choose when your homepage is shown.
    • Open new windows with your homepage: Select the New windows open with pop-up menu, then choose Homepage.
    • Open new tabs with your homepage: Select the New tabs open with pop-up menu, then choose Homepage.

Microsoft Edge

  • Here’s how to change your home page in the new Microsoft Edge :
    • Open Microsoft Edge, select Settings and more  > Settings .
    • Select Appearance.

    • Turn on Show home button.

    • You can either choose New tab page or select Enter URL for a page that you want to use as your home page.

  • Note: This topic is for the new Microsoft Edge . Get help for the legacy version of Microsoft Edge .

Internet Explorer 11

  • In the top corner of Internet Explorer, select Tools , and then select Internet options.
  • On the General tab, under Home page, enter the URL of the site you want to set as a homepage. You can add more than one URL. Or, to add the site you’re currently viewing, select Use current. If you add more than one URL, put each URL on its own line.
  • Select Apply, and then select OK

 

Petition to Ban (Incredibly Cruel & Dangerous) Wet Markets

Please consider signing this petition: click to view and sign

Threat to Public Health

Animal Equality has launched a worldwide campaign and petition calling for the immediate closure of wet markets across the globe. Wet markets get their name in part from the blood, guts, scales and water that soak the stalls’ floors, remnants from animals brutally killed for customers who desire to eat freshly killed meat.

In exclusive footage shot by Animal Equality at wet markets in China, Vietnam and India, animals such as deer, raccoons, crocodiles, and dogs are shown living in filthy conditions, suffering from dehydration, starvation and disease.

These markets are also a threat to public health and have been the source of documented disease outbreaks in the past, including SARS. Researchers also believe COVID-19 most likely originated from a wet market in Wuhan, China, notorious for trading in wild animals.

It is because of the public health crises wet markets cause, as well as the intense suffering inflicted on farmed animals, that Animal Equality is urging the United Nations to ban all wet markets. Not only do these markets pose an immediate danger to humans, but they are also intensely cruel and abhorrently inhumane to animals.

“I think we should shut down those things [wet markets] right away. It boggles my mind how when we have so many diseases that emanate out of that unusual human-animal interface, that we don’t just shut it down. I don’t know what else has to happen to get us to appreciate that.”
~Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
“If you take wild animals and you put them into a market with domestic animals or other animals, where there’s an opportunity for a virus to jump species, you are creating … a superhighway for viruses to go from the wild into people. We can’t do this anymore. We can’t tolerate this anymore. I want the wild animal markets closed.”
~Dr. Ian Lipkin, Infectious Disease Expert
“The animals have been transported over large distances and are crammed together into cages. They are stressed and immunosuppressed and excreting whatever pathogens they have in them. With people in large numbers in the market and in intimate contact with the body fluids of these animals, you have an ideal mixing bowl for [disease] emergence.”
~Prof Andrew Cunningham, The Zoological Society of London

WHO calls on nations to end wildlife markets

@WHO is calling on nations to end wildlife markets because of the high risk they pose for the spread of pathogens like the coronavirus that can jump from animals to humans.
World Health Organization says nations should end wildlife trade · A Humane World
The World Health Organization is calling on nations to end wildlife markets because of the high risk they pose for the spread of pathogens like the coronavirus that can jump from animals to humans….

blog.humanesociety.org

Do I Need to Worry About COVID-19 and My Cat (or Dog)? In Short: No

The one and only animal in the US found to have coronavirus is a Malaysian tiger at a zoo. Tigers are a very different species of cat than domestic cats. “They’re even in a different genus,” said Katen Terio, Chief of Zoological Pathology, University of Illinois and expert on wild cats’ medical issues.

With more than a 1.36M human coronavirus cases globally and 368K in the US—and a multitude of them having cats and dogs as pets—Dr. Terio notes that it’s significant that the first clinical case confirmed in the US was a tiger, not a domestic cat.

If you are feeling sick and suspect COVID-19, restrict contact with both humans and pets, advises the CDC. Have someone else care for you pet. If you are not sick, practice standard good hygiene with care of humans or pets: washing your hands before and after coming into contact with any food, supplies, or any waste.

Worldwide there are reports companion animals starving or being killed—evidence of  the vulnerable existence animals endure at the whim of humans. And there is an influx of animals at rescues abandoned by fearful humans.

Please…have a heart.

Urgent: 12 hours left – Please consider asking Congress not to fund China’s animal experiments

Please consider signing (and sharing) this petition to Congress preventing our tax dollarsfrom funding horrific animal experiments in China – the vote is imminent.  We must gather 47,849 more signatures or Congress won’t prioritize this. Please do not wait.
Click on this link to sign: https://bit.ly/2wA0hUU