That is what needs changing.
The ability for humans to see Animals and Nature as a whole and a part of themselves – a form of bonding with earths living library. Not human supremacy and the death of nature in a quest for more strip malls and apps.
The Supreme Court Of Edmonton refused to hear her case and dismissed it as a waste of their time. Did they dismiss all the Canadian Citizens who Care about her?
Is Lucy the representative of Canadians who aren’t heard, who have no voice, who don’t count?
Who voted for the judges, the board at the Zoo? Very callous and obviously they are not abreast of the changes in zoo care and the planet. Who makes the rules and how can we disagree?
This is not a dictatorship or have I missed something?
A Gala Affair can be yours and this plan will knock you off your feet,
So sit down Mr. Hero Hunter or is it Mr. Hunter Hero.
First of all Congradulations on your new head, surgically implanted over your own, your powers of intuition, caring and sharing and the over turning of matriarchal societies is just what this world needs, So Wake Up. No not you,but the elephant you shot . How clever. I heard they bleed less if they are awake and standing, and certainly easier to hoist. And it is so heroic that you also have the trophied head of the poacher, Atta’ Boy.
You must have read this in Great Chefs Around the World but please send the carcass home quickly as it is the only way to make Desert Elephant Pudding for Desert, served in the elephant’s own feet.
Entertainment after admiring the trophy head , a singular gift from Walmart ‘s. Painted elephants will parade through the hall and painted voluptuous nubian woman will dance behind them and scoop up the shit, placed in painted plastic bags, for only the luckiest of guests.
ead this beautiful, stars , report by debi Zimmermann about Lucy , long but magnificent. More research!
“We must fight against the spirit of unconscious cruelty
with which we treat the animals. Animals suffer as
much as we do. True humanity does not allow us to
impose such sufferings on them. It is our duty to make
the whole world recognize it. Until we extend our circle
of compassion to all living things, humanity will not find
~Albert Schweitzer, The Philosophy of Civilization