DESTROYED BY GREED

26 - Vegan (19 months) - Texas
theveganmothership:

Fact #4: Lobsters not only feel pain – they can anticipate it and learn to avoid it. Just like us. In fact, these misunderstood creatures are so sensitive, they can become anxious and ‘comfort eat’ (sound familiar?) How much do you have in common with lobsters? You might be surprised … 6 incredible lobster facts: www.AnimalsAus.org/PqE

theveganmothership:

Fact #4: Lobsters not only feel pain – they can anticipate it and learn to avoid it. Just like us. 

In fact, these misunderstood creatures are so sensitive, they can become anxious and ‘comfort eat’ (sound familiar?) How much do you have in common with lobsters? You might be surprised … 6 incredible lobster facts: www.AnimalsAus.org/PqE

(via from-meat-to-bean)

fightingforanimals:

DO NOT TRY TO PLAY THE HERO! IF YOU FIND WILDLIFE IN NEED, TAKE THEM TO A WILDLIFE RESCUE OR VETS AND LET THE PROFESSIONALS DO THE WORK! YOUR EGO CAN BE DEADLY!!

“Sadly this gull chick did not make it.
It was perfectly healthy when we were called and had only fallen from its roof so we attended thinking we would be re uniting him with his family.The finder syringed 10ml of water straight into his mouth, this all went into his trachea and into his lungs.Unfortunately he deteriorated rapidly and died about 5 minutes after we rescued him.This was completely unnecessary for this poor gullchick and he suffered in his last few moments.IF YOU EVER HAVE A WILD ANIMAL IN NEED OF HELP PLEASE NEVER ATTEMPT TO FORCEFULLY GIVE IT FOOD OR WATER.This is the second bird this year to have died unnecessarily for this reason.The wildlife rescue who are attending to the animal will ensure it is correctly hydrated & fed when they get the animal, please never attempt it yourself, thank you. RIP little gull </3” - Seahaven Bird Rescue.

fightingforanimals:

DO NOT TRY TO PLAY THE HERO! IF YOU FIND WILDLIFE IN NEED, TAKE THEM TO A WILDLIFE RESCUE OR VETS AND LET THE PROFESSIONALS DO THE WORK! YOUR EGO CAN BE DEADLY!!

Sadly this gull chick did not make it.

It was perfectly healthy when we were called and had only fallen from its roof so we attended thinking we would be re uniting him with his family.

The finder syringed 10ml of water straight into his mouth, this all went into his trachea and into his lungs.
Unfortunately he deteriorated rapidly and died about 5 minutes after we rescued him.

This was completely unnecessary for this poor gull
chick and he suffered in his last few moments.

IF YOU EVER HAVE A WILD ANIMAL IN NEED OF HELP PLEASE NEVER ATTEMPT TO FORCEFULLY GIVE IT FOOD OR WATER.
This is the second bird this year to have died unnecessarily for this reason.

The wildlife rescue who are attending to the animal will ensure it is correctly hydrated & fed when they get the animal, please never attempt it yourself, thank you. RIP little gull </3” - Seahaven Bird Rescue.

(via compassionforall)