Archive for June 2013

Meat scrap leftovers now being reprocessed into ice cream: The dismal future of food   2 comments

Disgusting!! Yuck. Had no clue this happens…

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) There appears to be no limit to how far the processed food industry will go to maximize its profits, even if it means reprocessing animal meat waste and adding it to completely unrelated foods like ice cream. This is the latest endeavor by industrial food researchers in Italy, Belgium, and elsewhere, who are right now developing novel methods to turn meat industry leftovers into protein-rich powders and slurry for the factory food industry.

As disgusting as it sounds, unused muscle tissue, tendons, bones, and other animal byproducts are loaded with proteins and fats that typically end up in landfills. According to, up to 50 percent of the animal weight processed by the meat industry is composted, discarded, or incinerated. But modern science is hoping to basically recycle this waste and turn it back into…

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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

India Bans Cosmetics Tests on Animals   Leave a comment


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Please click HERE to ban the import and sale of animal-tested cosmetics in India

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We have very exciting news to share! Today, in a landmark victory for animals in laboratories, India has announced that it will implement a ban on using animals to test cosmetics!

After an extensive campaign by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India—which included appeals from high-profile politicians and multinational retailers such as LUSH and The Body Shop as well as lengthy discussions with PETA India’s scientists—the drug controller general of India announced today that testing cosmetics and their ingredients on animals will not be permitted in India. The announcement was made during a meeting of the Bureau of Indian Standards’ Cosmetics Sectional Committee, of which PETA India’s science policy adviser, Dr. Chaitanya Koduri, is a member. Earlier in the week, Dr. Koduri had held a private meeting with India’s…

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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

Predator management by state wildlife agency biologists questioned   Leave a comment

Nice to know that when push comes to shove there are voices of reason to be reckoned with inside state wildlife agencies.

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This is all common sense stuff we already knew, but it’s good to hear it from the mouths of state wildlife agency biologists…

Predator management by state wildlife agency biologists questioned

By George Wuerthner On June 28, 2013 

I recently had encounters with three state wildlife agency biologists. All of them were quite open with their criticisms of their agencies predator policies.  I can’t reveal their names and I will change a few details to hide their identities.

The first biologist told me there was no reason to kill predators. He said it only creates greater social chaos which in turn leads to more unnecessary killing.  He told me that increasing the kill of predators by hunters—whether cougars or wolves—seldom reduced conflicts. If it’s good habitat, the vacuum created by killing a cougar or a wolf pack will soon be filled by immigrants. So in the end livestock operators have…

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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

US friends, horse slaughter may be imminent, please take action   Leave a comment

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If you have not done so yet, please click here to contact your Senators and Congresspersons today to ask them to support the SAFE Act.

We have bad news.

Today (6/28), as expected, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that it has approved a New Mexico horse slaughter plant’s application to operate in that state. This marks the first time since 2006 that a horse slaughter plant has been approved to operate in the U.S. The plant will still have to clear state permitting hurdles before opening.

Let there be no doubt that this is a real threat to all American horses — both wild and domestic — and we’re going to have to band together in the coming weeks and months to make sure our laws better reflect the will of the people on this issue. Polls have found 80 percent of Americans want horse slaughter banned.


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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

Montana’s Opening Day of Hunting Claimed Two Teens   Leave a comment

Karma is a bitch

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Hunting, what a senseless waste of life…

2 Montana teenagers die in hunting accidents          October 25, 2010 6:30 am  •  Associated Press

GREAT FALLS – Two Montana teenagers died in apparent hunting accidents over the weekend, including a 17-year-old boy who was shot and killed by his 14-year-old sister as she was unloading a rifle, authorities said Monday.

The separate shootings happened Saturday, the opening day of hunting season in Montana.

The siblings from Power were on a hunting and camping trip with their father, friends and other family members in the Missouri River Breaks about 70 miles south of Chinook. They had finished hunting for the evening Saturday and the girl was unloading her rifle when it discharged, said Blaine County Undersheriff Pat Pyette.

The 17-year-old boy, who was standing less than five feet away, was shot in the face, Pyette said. He died at the scene.


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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

Coming to Wisconsin July 1st…………   Leave a comment

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On July 1st of this year the Wisconsin DNR is sanctioning the release of an invasive predatory species upon the northern part of our state. This species is a viscous predatory canine with an insatiable appetite for blood, grandchildren :), and any wildlife species that is in their path. Is it the gray wolf? No. Is it the coyote? No. Fox? No again. It is a species known as “hounddogus redneckus.” Also known as the “bear hound” and it will be terrorizing Wisconsin bears and other wildlife with impunity starting July 1st when thousands of these invasive species are released into our woods for “training” against bear or whatever species gets in their way.

While researching this post, I made sure to read deeper into the DNR “rules” concerning the use of dogs against wildlife. What I found was horrifying. Here are the “rules” for “training” dogs against wild animals…

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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

5 MT men charged for grizzly bodies   Leave a comment

“Exhaustion!!” my a$$

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5 colony men charged for grizzly bodies

Accused say bears died of ‘exhaustion’

Written by Michael Beall and Karl Puckett

Five men from the Pondera Hutterite Colony face misdemeanor charges in federal court for allegedly burying two grizzly bears that they say died from “exhaustion” in a corn field in September 2012.

Court records say that “half the colony” members had been outside chasing the bears prior to their deaths.

One of the bears may have been a research bear that Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks had collared with a radio as part of a population trend study.

The colony is located on Montana 44, known as the Valier cut-across road, between Dupuyer and Valier, about 90 miles northwest of Great Falls.

Sam Kleinsasser, Daryl Kleinsasser, Jonathan Waldner, Ike Waldner and Tom Waldner will appear in court for two counts of illegal possession of a threatened species after special agents…

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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

Help us end bear bile farming in China   2 comments

Please take action against the vile practice of bear bile farming and sign the petition!!

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More than 10,000 bears are kept in tiny cages on bile farms in China. The bile, which is used in traditional medicine, is extracted using various painful, invasive techniques, all of which cause massive infection in the bears. The farmed bears are starved, dehydrated and suffer from multiple diseases and malignant tumours that ultimately kill them. They can live like this for up to 30 years. This cruel practice continues despite the availability of many effective and affordable herbal and synthetic alternatives.

Please sign up to end the cruelty

“We, the undersigned, congratulate the Chinese Government for closing down bear bile farms and releasing bears into Animals Asia’s care. We are, however, concerned about the slow pace of the rescue and the lack of progress in ending this barbaric industry. Please make this issue a priority by setting a firm date by which bear…

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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

Stem cell transplant performed on Bremerton dog   Leave a comment

I hope it works out fine for the dog! Still so young and suffering from such a nasty disease. Stem cells are here to stay – who knows what kind of ailments can be cured by using stem cells in the future? Thanks for sharing!

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Sitting in the waiting room Thursday morning, the minutes crept by for Kat Schoettle.

“It will be a long day,” she said.

A dear loved one was undergoing a stem cell transplant.

“I’m a little nervous,” said Schoettle.

The patient on the operating table was only 10 months old. His name: Ralph.

“He’s family,” said Schoettle, with a sigh, wringing her hands.

Ralph has a degenerative condition in his leg. It’s essentially rotting from the inside and would one day need to be amputated.

Ralph is also a pug.


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Posted 30 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade

Suffering Elephant Nosey Needs Your Help Today   Leave a comment

Nosey the elephant needs our help TODAY!!

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Long-suffering elephant Nosey will be forced to give rides at the Wolverine, Michigan “Lumberjack Festival” this weekend, June 28-30, 2013.

IDA, upon learning about this plan, immediately informed the festival board of exhibitor Hugo Liebel’s decades of documented abuse and neglect of Nosey, who he’s now calling Tiny. But the board still plans to have Nosey give rides at their festival.

More than a year ago the USDA filed a complaint against Liebel claiming over 30 welfare violations for which Liebel had repeatedly been cited between 2007 and 2011. These included failure to provide adequate veterinary care as well as safe handling violations that put Nosey and the public at risk. The charges were settled in March, and Liebel was fined.

In April, Nosey was barred from entering Maine because a TB blood test showed that she carries the antibodies for the disease, and because…

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Posted 27 June, 2013 by Wolf is my Soul in No category / Okategoriserade


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