Sometimes you see an article that strikes you on many levels, Mike Di Paola (who writes on preservation and the environment for Muse, the arts and leisure section of Bloomberg News) has written such an article. In the column, Barbie, Rambo Share a Roll in Hay at Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Mike provides a touching and practical account of the mission of its Founder and . . . → Read More: A Modern-Day Dr. Doolittle
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I witnessed some first-class animal rescue last week in the Gulf of Mexico. First, the Oiled Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Theodore, Alabama opened its doors to the press, who got to see their skilled personnel shampoo a bird. Two surgically-gloved handlers held the bird — a male laughing gull — under . . . → Read More: Humans Show Heart in Oil Disaster
Frankly when I read this column, I thought of The Onion. Then I checked the sources and realized this was legit. If you’ve ever wondered what will happen to your pets at the end of days (or even if you’re like me and never considered it), Bloomberg columnist, Mike Di Paola offers a . . . → Read More: Animals and The After-Life?
Did you hear about the Seaworld Orca death? In addition to being an awful way to die (albeit possibly a quick death) I can hardly imagine what it must be like to be in captivity? Especially performance captivity? What if Orca just didn’t feel up to performing yesterday but had to anyway? . . . → Read More: Born Free