Sunday, April 27, 2014
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Paul Horn, a jazz musician played to this Orca named Hadia, who would swim listlessly and not eat when his albino mate, Chimo died..
When Paul played some funky jazzy beats and he started flipping and singing back to the flute.
He brought him back from despair through loving attention and communication in a way I doubt humans will ever understand.
I love this photo with all my heart.
Friday, April 25, 2014
"..Never to harm a living creature; throughout my life, to place the poor, the humble, the meek of this world above all others; never to forget those who were slighted or neglected or who had suffered injustice, because it was they who, above all others, deserved our love and respect.."
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Saturday, April 19, 2014
”This is my favorite photo in the world - me and Linus, born to a dairy cow and ordered to be killed when the farmer saw he was a male (and thus useless in the dairy industry). A compassionate individual intervened, and he was brought to a sanctuary. I met him when he was a few days old and 60 pounds, and he would always try to sit on my lap. Today, 7 years young and 1500 pounds, he still tries to sit on my lap.”
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Sunday, April 13, 2014
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Moose at the Kostroma Moose Farm in Russia.
The farm began in 1963 as an attempt to domesticate moose for milk production. The moose on the farm have free range of 36000 hectares of protected Russian wilderness for part of the year, but freely return to the farm for food and to give birth to their young. The moose living there are extremely tame and are happy to be handled and milked, and even enjoy a spot of petting from the farm workers.