Posts Tagged ‘signing petitions’

Please help this family afford to stay near their little brother who was involved in a serious car accident and is currently in a coma at Vancouver General hospital. They  all live hours away and are currently having a difficult time with paying for food and hotels and every little bit would help. Thank you all for your love and support in this difficult time.

Source: Brayden Swampy fund by Hailey Swampy – GoFundMe



Tell Canada to Halt the Polar Bear Trade – The Petition Site.

An amazing fact about the Polar Bears;

Did you know that because of Global Warming resulting in lack of food for these animals, when polar bear is eating and another hungry bear approaches, the polar with the food will actually invite its guest to take part in sharing his meal by touching nose to nose for a moment first, then both bears chow down together!

Animals aren’t intelligent? Really? They seem to be becoming more and more resourceful because of the constant threat and destruction of their environments and habitats by humans!

Tell Canada to Halt the Polar Bear Trade - The Petition Site

Avaaz – Stand with the Amazon’s people — send a support message.

..please feel free to visit and share it with as many people as you can.

i will share this cause as well!

i am very passionate about big cats, they are one on God most AWESOME CREATIONS in my opinion!

Avaaz - Stand with the Amazon's people -- send a support message

Global solidarity is critical fuel to the fire of resistance of the brave indigenous communities who are protecting mother earth and their way of life. Let’s write messages to show that people across the world are standing with them, and what their struggle means to us. 

Then share this campaign far and wide via the Facebook, Twitter and Email tools below! When 1 million people sign, we’ll build a media storm to force Correa to pull bac


HSI: Stop Wildlife Abuse

HSI: Stop Wildlife Abuse.

2 Days Left To Help Save African Lions From Extinction
Practice Science-Based Wolf Management The African lion is in serious danger, with their population dropping by nearly half during the past 30 years. Yet despite this drastic decline, the number of lion trophy imports continues to grow, with the United States as the largest importer. If action isn’t taken soon, this magnificent species will face extinction.

That’s why Humane Society International and The Humane Society of the United States, in collaboration with other organizations, asked the U.S. Department of Interior to list the African lion as Endangered under the Endangered Species Act.

The clock is ticking for African lions: we only have until Friday, January 25th.