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I didn't put the real video cause like he sinabi in the video. If you have [b]any[/b] respect for mga hayop you shouldn't watch it.
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posted by SilentRevelry
 soro in trap - image not mine
Fox in trap - image not mine
I found a fox, caught sa pamamagitan ng the leg
In a toothed gin, torn from its peg,
And dragged, God knows how far, in pain.

Such torment could not plead in vain,
He looked at me, I looked at him.
With iron jaw-teeth in his limb.

"Come, little son," I said, "Let be.....
Don't bite me, while I set you free."
But much I feared that in the pang
Of helping, I should feel a fang
In hand or face .......
but must is must .........
And he had ibingiay me his trust.

So down I knelt there in the mud
And loosed those jaws all mud and blood.
And he, exhausted, crept, set free,
Into the shade, away from me;

The leg not broken ......
Then, beyond,
That alak went plonk into the pond.
 Fox's paw after caught in paw - image not mine
Fox's paw after caught in paw - image not mine
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Source: CHAT of Wakulla
Many people give money to charities believing their money will be used to help people in need. They don't always realize that their money may instead be used to fund testing on animals. While some people believe animal testing is necessary, there are now many humane ways to learn about disease and to test medical treatments, methods that are actually madami effective than testing on mga hayop and that do not cause pain and death to innocent creatures.
Here are just a few of the charities that currently fund testing on animals. If you object to testing on animals, let these charities know you cannot...
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Source: Animal Aid
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Source: GoVeganWorld
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Source: Animal Place
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posted by yoki96
A lot of people want to stop tuta mills, but they don't know how. But if you follow these 8 steps correctly, you and everybody else who did this will be one step closer to ending tuta mills, for good.

Do Not Buy Your tuta From a Pet Store

That tuta who nalugod you through the pet tindahan window has most likely come from a large-scale, substandard commercial breeding facility, commonly known as a tuta mill. In these facilities, parent Aso are caged and bred as often as possible, and give birth to tuta who could have costly medical problems you might not become aware of until after you bring...
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