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We always receive the warmest of welcomes from our wonderful animal companions as we return home, but have you wondered what they do while we are away? Are you aware of any other skills they have apart from shaking our hands and catching frisbes?

As we watch the little turtle basking in the sun laying on a stone, let’s pause for a moment and wonder, “Are you sure he considers himself a turtle?”

Join us on the Animal Channel to learn about unknown facts of our animal friends whom we seemingly feel we are familiar with.

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In Celebration of Be Kind to Animals Week - How to be a Gracious Host for the Animals, Part 1 of 3

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In Celebration of Be Kind to Animals Week - How to be a Gracious Host for the Animals, Part 1 of 3

Be Kind to Animals Week has been observed in the first full week of May every year since 1973. Although it started in the US, this is a celebration of compassion that all of humanity can participate in. In honor of Be Kind to Animals Week, we start this three-part series of shows by exploring ways to make your home inviting and accommodating for wildlife of the air, specifically birds. Many human friends have a front yard and backyard or even a balcony which can serve as a small sanctuary for our feathered friends. Birds may be attracted to a garden or porch by offerings of food. Just as a gue
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2021-05-03   1458 Views
2021-05-03
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Altruistic Animals

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Altruistic Animals

Today we would like to share with you some amazing stories of animals who turned their selfless concern into loving action for the benefit of others. Let’s start with a cat named Kuu. Cat Assists Dog with Dementia. Cat Saves Baby from Danger. Dog Keeps Lost Child Safe and Warm. Cat Saves Caregiver from Fire. Dog Saves Family from Fire. Let’s now meet a bull calf named Oliver. Bull Calf gives Love to Blind Bison. Just like humans, we animals are beings that have feelings. There are times when each of us needs some support, and these are the opportunities for those close to us to let their nobil
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-20   2376 Views
2020-01-20
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Zanzibar Red Colobus-People: The Sociable East African Islanders

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Zanzibar Red Colobus-People: The Sociable East African Islanders

Our species of red colobus-people is endemic to Zanzibar, which means this is the only place on Earth where you will find us. Mostly, we enjoy living in coastal thickets, but some of us have our homes on farmland or in mangrove swamps.As monkey-people go, we are medium-sized. Red colobus-people are arboreal, so we don’t spend much time on the ground. We are a diurnal species, which means we are active during the daytime, and we are also qualified herbivores.“Colobus” comes from a Greek word that means “cut short.” We do not have thumbs. Or, if some species have them, they are too small to be f
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-08-19   335 Views
2022-08-19
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Joyce Tischler (vegan): A Trailblazer for Animal-People Law, Part 1 of 2

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Joyce Tischler (vegan): A Trailblazer for Animal-People Law, Part 1 of 2

Often referred to as the “Mother of Animal Law,” Professor Tischler is internationally recognized for her trailblazing work in launching the field of animal-people law. She is the co-founder and general counsel of the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF), a recipient of the Shining World Defense Award for being the first organization in the USA dedicated to championing the lives and rights of animal-people through the legal system. In today’s program, we learn how Professor Tischler first became involved in defending animal-people.“As far back as I can remember, I had a special feeling about anima
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2022-08-18   539 Views
2022-08-18
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Peace to All Beings: Interview with Author Judy Carman (vegan), Part 1 of 2

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Peace to All Beings: Interview with Author Judy Carman (vegan), Part 1 of 2

Since the 1970s, Judy Carman has been a dedicated animal-people liberation activist, as well as a peace and environmental activist. She is the author of the award-winning book “Peace to All Beings: Veggie Soup for the Chicken’s Soul” and co-author with Tina Volpe of “The Missing Peace: The Hidden Power of our Kinship with Animals.” Together with Dr. Will Tuttle, who is also a Shining World Hero Award recipient, Ms. Carman co-founded the non-profit organization Circle of Compassion and the “Prayer Circle for Animals” Facebook page. Ms. Carman also co-founded Animal Outreach of Kansas, which bro
Uplifting Literature
2022-08-17   502 Views
2022-08-17
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Shelter Friend - Ukraine: Bravely Shielding Abandoned Animal-people

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Shelter Friend - Ukraine: Bravely Shielding Abandoned Animal-people

Today, we would like to inspire you with the story of a wonderful animal-people rescuer who has been running the charitable organization “Shelter Friend - Ukraine” since 2010. Our hearts are deeply touched by the magnanimous acts of Marina Dilly, who is also known as Maryna Bolokovets, one of the co-founders of Shelter Friend - Ukraine. She sent her children to Poland after the Russian invasion but refused to leave her nation so that she could continue operating the non-profit’s shelter and rescuing all the lost, confused and hurt animal-persons left behind in the chaos of the heart-wrenching
Good People, Good Work
2022-08-15   609 Views
2022-08-15
Good People, Good Work

Kinkajou-People: The Secret Tropical Forest Dwellers

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Kinkajou-People: The Secret Tropical Forest Dwellers

We are vegan students from the kinkajou kingdom. Our species is distributed over a vast range, from Mexico through Central America, across the northern half of South America, all the way to southeastern Brazil.Our body is long compared to our legs, and our head is rounded with large eyes, small ears, and a short, pointed snout. We have small, hand-like paws with five digits and sharp claws. We are also endowed with a very long and strong tongue to pick fruit or extract nectar from flowers.Our tail is prehensile, which means it can grasp things. I’m grateful too for some of our other features –
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-08-12   391 Views
2022-08-12
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Reverend William Melton (vegan) – Fostering Spiritual Growth and Veganism, Part 2 of 2

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Reverend William Melton (vegan) – Fostering Spiritual Growth and Veganism, Part 2 of 2

Our Most Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai said that She is “soo grateful to Reverend William Melton for all that he is doing to save the suffering animal-people. She would also love to make an offering for a small part of the film project, with a humble token contribution of US$10,000, and prays for the Reverend and all involved, that they will continue their noble work with shining success.” Today, we will learn more about the original initiatives, caring service and sound spirituality of Rev. William Melton and the members of his Compassion Consortium. “I actually attended the seminary to mi
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2022-08-11   407 Views
2022-08-11
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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Vegan Power Athlete – The Perseverant Game Changer

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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Vegan Power Athlete – The Perseverant Game Changer

Belsen Mata, the founder of Vegan Power Athlete, decided to take on the challenge of changing a common misconception about the dietary requirements of a high-performance sportsperson. After spending time with an animal-people activist group, she teamed up with like-minded athletes to prove to the public that a plant-based diet is a key to fitness and a healthy muscle mass. The team has participated in several races and sporting events, where their performance levels have been noticed. This has been an eye-opener for many, including medical practitioners. “The mission, then, was to be an exampl
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2022-08-10   269 Views
2022-08-10
Shining World Awards

Honduran White Bat-People: The Tiny Tent Makers

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Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Honduran White Bat-People: The Tiny Tent Makers

We are a fascinating species that contradicts almost everything you may have known about bat-people. Unlike so many of our cousins, we are not brown or black, and we do not live in dark caves. We are white and hide under the leaves of heliconia plants to roost in the daytime. Also, we are very picky eaters. When we come out at night to forage, we are preoccupied with finding only one kind of fruit, namely, figs. Honduran white bat-people are known for transforming heliconia leaves into stationary tents. The flowering plant is native to Mexico, Central and South America. So, how do we make our
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-08-05   553 Views
2022-08-05
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Reverend William Melton (vegan) – Fostering Spiritual Growth and Veganism, Part 1 of 2

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Reverend William Melton (vegan) – Fostering Spiritual Growth and Veganism, Part 1 of 2

We are delighted you are joining us today in meeting the compassionate visionary, Reverend William Melton from the United States, an ordained interfaith minister who also provides chaplaincy services for animal-people. As we go through our existence, a tapestry woven with thoughts, words, and actions, many questions will arise. “Are we living fully? Is the life we live generating peace and fulfillment for all beings?” Such a quest led Rev. Melton to find that spirituality, when further reinforced and enhanced by a vegan lifestyle, is the key to a world of peace and harmony. Several documentari
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2022-08-04   540 Views
2022-08-04
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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Alabama Puppies Rescue Flights – Flying Puppy to Safety, with Caring Love

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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Alabama Puppies Rescue Flights – Flying Puppy to Safety, with Caring Love

Michael, a professor at the University of Central Florida, owns Columbia Air LLC and heads the not-for-profit organization Alabama Puppy Rescue Flights. In the past decade, he has saved over 7,000 puppies by transporting them for adoption in Florida. “Eleven years ago, in 2010, I got an email from somebody asking me if I could transport some puppies from South Carolina up to Delaware. A few months prior to that, I lost my German Shepherd dog to cancer. He was only 5.5 years old. So, I said yeah, that’s a good reason to fly. So, it was my first rescue flight in September 2010.” “I moved to DC i
Shining World Awards
2022-08-03   437 Views
2022-08-03
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Walrus-People: The Majestic Tooth-Walking Seahorses

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Walrus-People: The Majestic Tooth-Walking Seahorses

North of Greenland, there are regions around the North Pole that serve as habitats for many wonderful beings, including polar bear-people, whale-people, and enormous colonies of walrus-people. Some people refer to us as the gentle giants of the Arctic; I’m rather fond of that expression.We are the largest representatives of the pinniped clade, which means we share a mutual ancestor with seal-people. However, walrus-people completely stand out from the rest of the pinnipeds because of the impressive tusks that emerge from our upper jaws. Both gents and ladies of the walrus kingdom have these ca
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-07-28   387 Views
2022-07-28
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Phasmida: The Fantastic Stick and Leaf Insect-People

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Phasmida: The Fantastic Stick and Leaf Insect-People

Have you ever been outdoors and seen a leaf or twig that suddenly got up and walked away? It comprises the world’s stick and leaf insect-people. My cousins, the stick insect-people, tend to have thin and stiff bodies designed to look like plant stems. Leaf insect-folk like me are generally flat and horizontal, with coloring that blends perfectly with whatever flora we call home. And when we walk, we have a talent for swaying slightly as if a breeze is blowing on us. You could say we are natural performance artists! Our family name is Phyllidae, and we only have about 100 species spread across
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-07-22   323 Views
2022-07-22
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Desert Rain Frog-People: The Tiny African Coastal Dwellers

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Desert Rain Frog-People: The Tiny African Coastal Dwellers

When you think of the Namib, images of orange sand stretching to the horizon may come to mind. The coastal desert is the third region and receives only about 13 millimeters of rain annually, but the air is at 100% relative humidity almost all the time. The temperature stays between 10 and 16 degrees Celsius year-round, day and night! That’s where God decided to put us frog-people, and we are genuinely grateful for our comfortable habitat.Desert rain frog-folk are nocturnal, so we dig burrows during the day on the shore between the ocean and the dunes. We emerge at night to socialize in cluster
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-07-15   388 Views
2022-07-15
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Spreading the Joy of Gardening, with Ellen Mary (vegan), Part 2 of 2

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Spreading the Joy of Gardening, with Ellen Mary (vegan), Part 2 of 2

In today’s episode, she shares some tips for people who would like to start their own garden. “Starting a garden can seem like such a big task, definitely. I would always say, start small. So just start with thinking about what it is you would like to grow. Grow something that you know you would like to see or eat, first of all. I would generally always say start with growing salads because they're very easy to grow, salad leaves, and spring onions and carrots, for example, and then plants like nasturtiums and planting for pollinators as well, because you might want some of the things that you
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2022-07-14   323 Views
2022-07-14
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Dog-People Thriving on the Vegan Diet, Part 2 of 2

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Dog-People Thriving on the Vegan Diet, Part 2 of 2

The Just be Kind Vegan Dog Food website provides some beneficial information for making homemade meals for dog-people, including different foods and optimal quantities. The site suggests that when preparing food for us canine-people, you can have 50% of our food come from high protein sources. This can include dried lentils, red lentils, yellow split peas, chickpeas, red kidney beans, black-eyed beans, tofu, and even textured vegetable protein.Try having about 20% grains in our meals. This can include black rice, brown rice, red rice, pearl barley, oats, quinoa, millet, polenta, etc. Have abou
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-07-08   568 Views
2022-07-08
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: PreetiRang Sanctuary – A Loving Home for Rescued Animal-People

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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: PreetiRang Sanctuary – A Loving Home for Rescued Animal-People

Today’s Shining World Award program profiles a devoted animal-lover from California, United States, who believes in serving weaker sentient beings as a way of giving back to Mother Nature. As a follower of Hindu Dharma, the founder of PreetiRang Sanctuary practices the principle of Seva, which is the act of selfless service. Madhulika Singh began her journey of rescuing farm animal-people in 2013, when she established a sanctuary that is not only home to 60 animal-people but also a place where people are given an opportunity to interact and feel the unconditional love of these gentle beings. L
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2022-07-06   355 Views
2022-07-06
Shining World Awards

Vegan Books for Kids with Dr. Dragana Vucic Dekic (vegan)

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Vegan Books for Kids with Dr. Dragana Vucic Dekic (vegan)

Dr. Dekic is a prolific vegan writer with a Ph.D. in humor theories and their application in the performing arts. She publishes a blog, Momthemuse, where she writes about different aspects of veganism. Let’s first hear why, with all her skills and talents, Dr. Dekic chooses to commit so much time and energy to write children’s books. “Animal rights books help children connect with animals they don't have the opportunity to meet up close, such as cows, pigs, chickens, sheep, donkeys. Through engaging in the metaphorically written stories, young readers can realize where things stand. Animals ar
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2022-06-30   386 Views
2022-06-30
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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Liberation 360 – Ending the Unjust Food Regime through Grassroots Policy Change

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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Liberation 360 – Ending the Unjust Food Regime through Grassroots Policy Change

Liberation 360, the grassroots organization based in California, United States, sets a beautiful example. Their goal is to save animal-people from the brutality of the meat and dairy industry and provide education for alternative ways to live. Liberation 360 makes courageous efforts toward ending the billion-dollar government subsidies provided to the agribusiness of meat and dairy. Working closely with the federal lobbying group Agricultural Fairness Alliance, of which Connie Spence is a co-founder, Liberation 360 strives to transform the unjust food system. Their agenda includes raising taxp
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2022-06-29   376 Views
2022-06-29
Shining World Awards

The Various Ways Animal-People Quench Their Thirst

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The Various Ways Animal-People Quench Their Thirst

Let’s begin with understanding why it is important to drink water. So now, let’s explore how some of our impressive co-inhabitants get the water they need.Zoologists refer to Mongolian camel-people like me as “Camelus bactrianus.” We are the only domesticated animal-people who can close their nostrils, and we extract moisture from the air we exhale. But if vegetation is available, we get moisture from what we eat and of course, we drink large amounts of water whenever we can – and very quickly. In the Namib Desert of Africa, there are beetle-people who harvest water from the air – well, OK, it
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-06-24   527 Views
2022-06-24
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Josephine DeBellis (vegan) and Franny the Pig Friend, a Dynamic Duo Transforming Our Concepts Around Animal-People

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Josephine DeBellis (vegan) and Franny the Pig Friend, a Dynamic Duo Transforming Our Concepts Around Animal-People

We will uncover together the endearing friendship of a young activist and a pig-person and its transformative power! Josephine DeBellis may be in high school but her achievements in the animal-people liberation front surpass many expectations for someone still in their teens. Let’s listen to Josephine’s story on meeting Franny. “I was driving home from a sleep-away camp in Virginia and all of a sudden on the shoulder of the road, I looked to my side, I saw this little piglet in a cage. It was a really hot day out. I would say it was probably 90, 95 degrees. And it was this little metal cage. I
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2022-06-23   460 Views
2022-06-23
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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Mr. Bob Isaacson (vegan) and Dharma Voices for Animals

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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Mr. Bob Isaacson (vegan) and Dharma Voices for Animals

Today’s Shining World Award program features a compassionate soul from California, USA, who has dedicated his life to imparting the loving message of Ahimsa through Buddha’s teachings. Eleven years ago, Mr. Bob Isaacson co-founded the non-profit organization, Dharma Voices for Animals (DVA) when he recognized that many Buddhist practitioners in the US were unable to make a connection between their diet and the essence of compassion. Let us now hear some of Bob Isaacson’s upcoming ideas on his project expansion. “So, now we're in three Buddhist countries, Thailand, and Sri Lanka and Vietnam, th
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2022-06-22   396 Views
2022-06-22
Shining World Awards

Hikmet Kaya: Planter of 30 Million Trees

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Hikmet Kaya: Planter of 30 Million Trees

Today, we will learn about a hero named Hikmet Kaya who helped transform a desert area into a beautiful forest in Turkey. Deforestation is happening everywhere in the world. It occurs for many reasons, including when a country develops too fast. Agricultural expansion, raising of animal-people for food, infrastructure projects and urbanization are just some of the reasons for deforestation. Turkey is not an exception and has been dealing with this issue as well. The area around the village of Akyork was dry and had very little green, mainly bushes and shrubs. This was in part due to the locati
Good People, Good Work
2022-06-20   431 Views
2022-06-20
Good People, Good Work

A Practical Guide to Animal-people Activism: Books by Mark Hawthorne (vegan), Part 2 of 2

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A Practical Guide to Animal-people Activism: Books by Mark Hawthorne (vegan), Part 2 of 2

Today, we are honored to continue our interview with Mark Hawthorne as he introduces his book “Bleating Hearts: The Hidden World of Animal Suffering.” He voices his thoughts and observations on how the current COVID-19 pandemic is primarily the result of cause and effect directly related to animal-people cruelty in raising animal-people for food. “‘Bleating Hearts,’ this book here, it took me five years to research it and to write it. And it explores the many ways that humans exploit animals. I think of ‘Bleating Hearts’ as more of a prequel to ‘Striking at the Roots.’ The first book, ‘Bleatin
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2022-06-18   404 Views
2022-06-18
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Estivation: How Some Animal-People Chill Out

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Estivation: How Some Animal-People Chill Out

Most people have heard of hibernation – the period of inactivity that enables certain species to survive cold winters. But did you know a similar strategy protects us from extreme heat and lack of water in the summer? It is called estivation, and you will be surprised by how many kinds of animal-people use it. Some animal-people I know nap for just a few hours during the hottest part of each day, while others go dormant for weeks or longer.Let’s consider, for example, lungfish-people. When swimming is no longer possible, lungfish-people begin breathing air from the atmosphere, hence their name
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-06-17   517 Views
2022-06-17
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Professor Gary Francione (vegan) on Justice for Animal-People, Part 2 of 2

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Professor Gary Francione (vegan) on Justice for Animal-People, Part 2 of 2

On today’s show we will explore more insights from Professor Francione’s theories of animal-people rights. Many who study the ethics of animal-people, question whether those in the animal-people kingdom have a morally significant interest in their own lives. Professor Francione shares his views with us. “Certainly, the animals we routinely exploit every day, they are sentient. They are subjectively aware. They can feel pain. I think that any sentient being values his or her life, however he or she values it. They value their lives. They're sentient beings.” In 2021, Professor Francione publish
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2022-06-16   365 Views
2022-06-16
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Rakesh Shukla - The Voice of Stray Dogs

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Rakesh Shukla - The Voice of Stray Dogs

In Karnataka, India, Bengaluru is known as the country’s information technology capital. It was there that a software engineer named Rakesh Shukla co-founded a technical communication company in 2005 called The Writers Block (TWB). The success of his business enabled him to travel, buy expensive cars and watches, and live a life of luxury. Yet, something was missing. He was unhappy that his life lacked meaning. Then, in 2009, Mr. Shukla rescued an adorable golden retriever-infant named Kavya. In a blog post about the incident, Mr. Shukla revealed that he used to talk to God before Kavya’s arri
Good People, Good Work
2022-06-13   487 Views
2022-06-13
Good People, Good Work

A Practical Guide to Animal-people Activism: Books by Mark Hawthorne (vegan), Part 1 of 2

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A Practical Guide to Animal-people Activism: Books by Mark Hawthorne (vegan), Part 1 of 2

Mark Hawthorne is an American writer and animal-people rights advocate whose work on behalf of animal-people has appeared in such vegan magazines as “Satya,” “VegNews,” “Laika,” and “The Vegan.” He is also the author of four books on animal-people, animal-people rights, and social justice. Today we are privileged to invite Mark Hawthorne to introduce his books.Mark first shares his turning points on the journey to becoming vegan. “And I was in the garden during this time. I was so close to this beautiful cow and these big brown eyes. And she was looking at me and I was looking at her, and I ju
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2022-06-11   440 Views
2022-06-11
Uplifting Literature

The Brilliance of Bird-People

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The Brilliance of Bird-People

In reality, we are remarkably clever, although our brain is no bigger than a walnut. For example, blue-and-gold macaw-people hold more neurons in their forebrains than rhesus monkey-people. Several Silicon Valley tech giants, including Apple Inc., Google LLC, Intel Corporation, and a secretive startup called Neuralink Corporation, launched by Elon Musk in 2016, have hired ornithologists with backgrounds in cognitive science. They want to apply it to voice recognition, automated driving, brain-computer interfaces, and other applications. Commonly referred to as corvids, their mental powers are
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-06-10   538 Views
2022-06-10
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Professor Gary Francione (vegan) on Justice for Animal-People, Part 1 of 2

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Professor Gary Francione (vegan) on Justice for Animal-People, Part 1 of 2

On today’s show we meet Gary Francione, a distinguished law professor and prominent philosopher on the rights and ethics of animal-people. Professor Francione teaches at Rutgers University Law School in New Jersey, USA, and has been educating society on the theory of animal-people rights and the law for over 25 years. “I believe very strongly in the principle of ahimsa or non-violence, VERY STRONGLY. And it just seems to me self-evidently wrong to kill or to impose suffering, particularly when there's absolutely no need. And so, I became a vegan because it was clear to me that I shouldn't be e
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2022-06-09   372 Views
2022-06-09
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Shining World Protection Award Recipient: Vets For Compassion – Creating Communities of Care for Animal-People in a Time of Uncertainty

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Shining World Protection Award Recipient: Vets For Compassion – Creating Communities of Care for Animal-People in a Time of Uncertainty

Dr. Elaine Ong, veterinary surgeon and founder of the non-profit Vets For Compassion, and her committed team members set a shining world example in this respect. The Australia-based, Vets For Compassion, provides animal-persons in Australia and parts of Asia with medical care from highly skilled vets on a day-to-day basis and during natural disaster-related emergencies. The notable non-profit organization also offers free-of-charge training to veterinarians and vet professionals in less fortunate areas on the best practices for spaying and neutering of street dog- and cat-people, along with ra
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2022-06-08   371 Views
2022-06-08
Shining World Awards

Catherine Kelaher (vegan) - The Heroic Rescuer of Hen-People, Part 2 of 2

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Catherine Kelaher (vegan) - The Heroic Rescuer of Hen-People, Part 2 of 2

As a writer, activist, and founder of New South Wales Hen Rescue, much of Catherine’s time is taken up caring for and rehabilitating rescued hen-persons. But Catherine’s noble efforts don’t stop. She shares her book inspired by the Millennial generation, "Saving Animals: A Future Activist’s Guide." "It gave me the chance to speak to all of these inspiring young people between the ages of 6 years old to 22 years old, who are taking action for animals. And as I was talking to them, even though I'm an animal activist, I was getting so inspired." "Some of us, including myself, we can feel a bit ho
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2022-06-07   409 Views
2022-06-07
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Rhinoceros Beetle-People: Weightlifting Champions of the Animal Kingdom

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Rhinoceros Beetle-People: Weightlifting Champions of the Animal Kingdom

Beetle-people belong to an order of animal-people known as “Coleoptera.” It’s the largest such order on the planet, comprising about 25% of all species. “Dynastinae” or rhinoceros beetle-people are noted for their peculiar shape and relatively massive size.Our appearance is quite enthralling, with a cylindrical exoskeleton made of chitin, a complex substance made from sugar molecules. Our glossy blue-black body is covered with small pits and grooves, which provide camouflage in the forest.Our subfamily is blessed with another unique feature: Each male rhino beetle-person has at least one horn
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-06-03   431 Views
2022-06-03
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
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