Sushila Pentapati-Rao Miami Florida animal rights
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Kiana Jones, a little girl from Vancouver, recently became a worldwide sensation when she sold her stuffed animals to raise money for the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. In her own words, she sold her beloved toys so that "real animals" can get real care. Read about her here. Other children from all over the province also held lemonade fundraisers and donated their birthday money to help their local shelters as well.
In the aftermath of last year's devastating tsunami in Japan,animal welfare groups led efforts to rescue thousands of animals that were abandoned by people--mostly foreigners--rushing to flee the country. Animal welfare groups came together from all over the world to facilitate the adoption of the staggering numbers of abandoned animals after the tsunami--a real story of humanity uniting across borders to do the right thing by our animal friends.
Remember that the smallest of gestures for people can make the biggest of differences for an animal in need. A frightened little Chihuahua was abandoned atop a median barrieron a busy California freeway during rush hour. A CHP motorcycle officer finally spotted the tiny dog cowering precariously, in real danger of being struck by a vehicle. The little dog appeared scared of the officer, but the officer won his trust by offering him a small bite of food, after which he allowed himself to be picked up and brought to safety.
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