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The BULLY Project

Posted: February 23, 2015 in Uncategorized


#24 Camel Thorn Trees

Posted: March 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

amazing real life photo, not enhanced or altered in any way! so so cool

A Daily Doodle

There is an amazing picture in June’s National Geographic magazine of these trees.  It looks like this (only much better) and it is a photograph, not a painting.  It is really amazing.

Check it out.

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From: “Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA” <DonorE>
Date: December 16, 2013 at 11:45:54 AM PST
To: kimmyanne5
Subject: The photo that stopped elephant abuse
Reply-To: “Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA” <DonorE>


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From: PETA <do-not-reply>
Date: December 16, 2013 at 11:36:01 AM PST
To: kpuffer
Subject: HUGE VICTORY + Tell Gap: Stop Squeezing Profits From Screaming Rabbits!
Reply-To: PETA <do-not-reply>



Action Alert

Demand Gap stop selling angora products NOW!

Hi kim,

PETA Asia’s stunning new undercover video footage of angora fur farms shows workers in China—where about 90 percent of the world’s angora fur comes from—tying rabbits down and ripping their fur out while they scream in fear and pain. Thrown back into their tiny, filthy cages, many of them were clearly in deep shock and couldn’t move, eat, or drink. The rabbits endure this terrifying ordeal every three months for up to five years, then they are hung upside down and their throats are slit.

We are pleased to announce that after discussions with PETA, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger—and all other retailers owned by PVH Corp.—are banning and pulling from their shelves any products made with angora!

Let’s keep the momentum going! While PVH is proving that cruelty to animals has no place in its stores, Gap Inc. has failed to take any action whatsoever. These gentle angora rabbits need your help immediately! Please contact Gap Inc. CEO Glenn K. Murphy and ask the company—which also owns Old Navy, Banana Republic, and Athleta—to stop selling angora products NOW.

Help Bunnies!

Please share this alert on Facebook and Twitter and ask everyone you know to join you in asking Gap to ban angora!

For the bunnies,

Tiffany TR
Tiffany Rose
Action Team Coordinator
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
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From: Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation <community>
Date: December 16, 2013 at 8:04:23 AM PST
To: Kim <kpuffer>
Subject: You can make a difference for cancer patients
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This holiday campaign is for our loved one

Donate today and help us raise $50,000.
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You have helped Stephanie fight, Tim survive
and made patients’ lives more liveable
Dear Kim,
It’s not turkey, or trees, or presents that make the holidays so special. It’s our loved ones.

That’s why I’m asking you to help us advance research. Help sick patients get better. And make sure families have more time with their loved ones.

Donate to our holiday campaign and help us raise $50,000 by December 31st. We’re getting close, thanks to kind and generous people like you!

Kim, you’ve supported The Princess Margaret in the past, and we need you with us now.

When cancer takes someone we care about, every holiday is a painful reminder that they’re gone.

And when someone is going through treatment, every holiday reminds them of what they’re missing. Or will be missing if they don’t get better.

Donate today and help us conquer cancer. It’ll be the best gift you could give – and the best gift anyone can get.

Thank you.

Laura Syron
VP, Community Programs
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation

P.S. When you make a special gift to our holiday campaign this year – whether you give $75, $150, or another amount – you can send a holiday e-card to a loved one. It’s a lovely reminder that you care about them. Please, donate now.

Not Me

Posted: December 15, 2013 in Uncategorized



Not Me

One day things will be different

She rang in reverie

What step will you take

Ohhh. I didn’t mean me

One day we won’t kill

For fun or economy

When will you tell them

I wasn’t talking about me

One day we will love each other

End abuse and slavery

The step is always hardest

But I’m not talking about me

A voice started to bellow

If not you than who…she began to stir

If not now then when

Another  should start?….That is absurd

You are the hope

Your heart will lead them home

It is your single voice

Your intention will roam

If not you the voice restated

Than why are you here

Be the voice of mankind

Be the start of a new year

Be love by showing love

Shine your inner shining light

Your voice can claim victory

While shining HOPE…all night

End the…

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Missing people , I am see just way too many missing persons posts everywhere! It’s scary and heartbreaking.

Global News

TORONTO – The Toronto Police Service has located Agnes Karson, 68, who was previously reported missing from the Queensway Avenue and Roncesvalles Avenue area Saturday.


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Making History for Wolves

Posted: December 6, 2013 in Uncategorized

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From: “Suzanne Asha Stone, Defenders of Wildlife” <defenders>
Date: December 5, 2013 at 4:30:42 AM PST
To: kpuffer
Subject: Making History for Wolves
Reply-To: “Suzanne Asha Stone, Defenders of Wildlife” <defenders>

Defenders of Wildlife

eoy wolves under siege email

Save America’s Wolves

amy gerber wolf

Wolves are under attack nearly everywhere they roam.

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Please donate today to support our efforts to recover and save wolves in their natural habitat.

Dear Kim,

January 14, 1995 – the day we faced danger to make history for wolves.

The reintroduction of gray wolves to the Northern Rockies was a dream come true – but it could have easily turned into a nightmare.

So much has changed over the past two decades, but one thing hasn’t – wolf hatred is still a powerful force to reckon with.

Please stand with us in our historic fight for wolf recovery. Make a generous year-end donation to Defenders today. For the wolves, and other imperiled wildlife.

The death threats had started long before the day of the first release. Given the winter storm conditions, we had to wait overnight to release the wolves that arrived on January 13th. I helped federal agents locate an airplane hangar where the four young wolves could be guarded in their shipping kennels until the weather broke.

By morning, the snowstorm was over. Led by a snow plow clearing the path, a convoy of 15-20 trucks set out to escort the wolves to their release point in Idaho’s wilderness.

But the weather wasn’t our only worry that day. The many threats of armed attacks from anti-wolf extremists were on the minds of our entourage as we traveled.

Yet as our convoy neared the release point, the sun came out for the first time.

As we set each wolf free into the wilderness that was about to become their new home, those four young gray wolves made history. It was a magical moment. For the first time in decades, there were wolves in Idaho and Yellowstone.

We’ve worked so hard and come so far in the last two decades. Help us keep fighting for wolves – and other wildlife in danger.

As I reflect on that incredible day, I’m appalled by the reckless killing happening today in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming – and now even Wisconsin. Our country’s shameful history of persecuting wolves is repeating itself. And it’s even harder to accept that the federal government is trying to turn its back again on the fate of gray wolves.

Nearly 20 years later, I’m still working for the wolves across Idaho, Yellowstone and much of the northern Rockies region. I take so much heart in knowing people like you are out there who share my passion and determination. It makes all the difference in the world.

We’re counting on your continued support.

For the wolves.


Suzanne Asha Stone, Northern Rockies Representative, Defenders Suzanne Asha Stone
Northern Rockies Representative
Defenders of Wildlife

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Hope in the Philippines

Posted: December 6, 2013 in Uncategorized

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From: “The Humanitarian Coalition” <info>
Date: December 5, 2013 at 5:30:12 AM PST
To: “Kim Crossley” <kpuffer>
Subject: Hope in the Philippines
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THE HUMANITARIAN COALITION: Together saving more lives. CARE Canada, Oxfam Canada, Oxfam Quebec, Plan, Save the Children
Rebuilding together.
Examples of what your money could do: $20 one student kit, $45 - 10 buckets to keep water safe, $85 - 100 emergency health kits, $125 - a shelter kit for one family. CLICK HERETO GIVE NOW.On November 8, Ermalinda Quieros was with her daughter-in-law as she gave birth in the hallway of the overcrowded hospital in Ormoc, where staff was overwhelmed with Typhoon Haiyan patients.

When she returned home the next day, the house she had lived in for 13 years in Dona Maria was a heap of twisted rubble. “I just cried and cried. I felt absolutely hopeless with no place to stay,” she says.

Two weeks later, Ermalinda arrived home with an emergency shelter kit. CARE, with its local partner ACCORD, provided a shelter kit and two tarpaulins to 220 households in Dona Maria.

As they think of the future and the many challenges ahead, Ermalinda’s daughter-in law looks on, cradling the tiny baby born during the typhoon. Thanks to generous donations from people like you, as the rainy season continues, some of the most vulnerable families in the typhoon’s path will begin to have shelter.

“The people whose lives were shattered by Typhoon Haiyan are showing incredible resilience and we are providing them the tools to rebuild and recover. I have been thanked hundreds of times for our aid efforts since arriving in the Philippines,” says Suzanne Charest of CARE Canada.

All of the Humanitarian Coalition’s member agencies are on the ground in the Philippines, assisting survivors and helping them rebuild their communities. Your donation will allow them to carry out their life-saving work. Please give if you can.

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