See, even zombies care for animals!
It took a zombie to find Disaster at the Crossroads of the World. Two years after he disappeared from his Long Island home, Disaster the cat was found this week in the heart of Manhattan — by a Times Square haunted house promoter dressed up as a zombie. Jeremy Zelkowitz, who sells tickets for the Times Scare haunted house, spotted Disaster early Saturday morning crossing 42nd Street. He snatched up Disaster, a black and white cat who appeared to be well-kept and neat, and brought him to a nearby animal hospital.
For those of you who think being Vegetarian versus full-fledged Vegan, is good enough. (Hint: It’s really just as cruel for the animals involved.)
By Julie Clark
It is a sad truth that in our society we do not think or ask about the origins of the products on which we depend. But when you start to think about it, you realize that so many of these products come from the destruction of life.
How do you put a price on life? If I asked you this question about a family member, a friend, your beloved dog, the answer would be simple: it is impossible to put a price on that love. Humans aren’t the only animals to feel this way. Animals experience pain, sadness, grief at the loss of a loved one.
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Again, how about just making it a Vegan Life, but I guess every little step in the right direction is better than no movement in the right direction.
US VegWeek 2013