Rhinoceros in South Africa need your help before their extinction!

Lada I commend you for taking the necessary action to (hopefully) end this despicable practice of killing animals for profit or sport. A national registry of animal abusers is a necessary first step to identify the offenders. Awareness and education is key to prevention, if only people (consumers) realize the depravity and horror which takes place in order to procure these tusks and horns, I’m sure they will be less inclined to support this illegal activity and trade. The only reason for this carnage is because overwhelming demand in the marketplace leads to greed and corruption. Gov’t and the people do have to stand up for animal rights because who else will? We have to be the voice of the defenseless, we have a moral obligation to fight (peacefully) as conscious human beings who respect all life and put an end to this madness once and for all. Please I hope everyone will sign the petition and place pressure on their respective gov’t representatives to take action against these poachers. It’s a sad legacy when biodiversity is diminishing at an alarming rate under our stewardship. At this rate, there will be nothing left on this poor Earth to consume. We will be the cause of our own destruction and wonder how it all happened, how foolish that we didn’t do something when we had the chance. Let us change the future for the better, at the very least do no harm. I’ll be praying for the preservation of all life on Earth. ♥

Lada Ray Blog

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be measured by the way its animals are treated. ~ Mahatma Gandhi

When I see such grave injustice and #animalabuse, I can’t keep silent! I just signed two petitions at change.org to protect the animals: first one against outrageously barbaric practice of killing #rhinoceros in Africa for their highly prized horns, which threatens to annihilate the last survivors of this ancient and rare species; second – for creating a registry of all known domestic animal abusers in the USA. The innocent animals that are a subject of these two petitions are as different as they get, but the conclusion is, unfortunately, the same – the predator, the abuser, the murderer in all cases is A HUMAN! This makes me very sad to be a part of the human race. There is only one hope: those of us who are conscious, those who have compassion…

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