Friday, November 26, 2010

Suscribe to Animals Voice Magazine

Dear Animals Voice Supporter,

The November/December 2010 Issue of The Animals Voice Magazine is now available. Our cover story exposes the plight of rabbits worldwide. Wild horses, Vietnamese dogs, the fur industry, vivisection, and dolphins round out the issue.

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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Fur-Free Friday - 11/26 Albany, NY Demos

Hi all,

Just a quick reminder that Fur Free Friday is only a couple of days away!

Please join us as we protest the barbaric fur industry:

Friday, November 26th
Corner of Western Ave and Fuller Rd

After approximately two hours we'll be moving on to a few other locations.

Feel free to make your own sign, or use one of ours.

Hope to see you there!

Jessica Ryle
Adirondack Animal Rights
Glens Falls, NY

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Do You Know Where Your Fur Comes From?

Chances are, it was ripped off of the animal alive. WARNING Graphic undercover vid of Chinese fur trade;

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Diabetic Kitties

The Lantus my vet prescribed for my kitty comes in a pen. You just screw
the needle on the end of the pen, turn the dial for the desired dose, remove
the needle cap and administer. When the pen is empty the dial for adjusting
dosage will not turn so no danger of giving an injection when the pen has
been used up. The needles are DB Ultra Fine lll pen needles. They are 5mm
(3/16in) in length and are 31 gauge. I inject the insulin into Nota's

My glucometer is an Accu-Chek Compact Plus. It was free with the first
package of test strips. There is a lancet pen attached to the glucometer or
you can remove it and use it separately.. When the glucometer is turned on
to test it automatically dispenses a strip. You have 5 minutes to allow the
strip to draw up 1.5 microlitres of blood before the machine automatically
turns off. After testing I just turn the meter off and it automatically
ejects the strip into the garbage or wherever. The meter has a memory for
500 tests. It measures glucose in mmol/L or mg/dL. It even has an alarm
function to remind you when to test when during a glucose curve.

I find the combination of the pen and the meter very easy to work with.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Shoot a Tame Deer or a Zebra at "Heartless" Canned Hunt Ranch

I dont think they advertize it here, on their website, but I have heard from other sources you can bag a captive zebra here;