The natural disaster in Japan is incomprehensible not only on a human scale but also on its impact on animals and the environment. I want to follow how the international animal welfare/rights movement responds to this monumental challenge. So, I start with a RSS feed to WSPA’s Animals in Disaster Blog. Animal Refuge Kansai is accepting displaced animals. Please E-mail me with more sites to share.
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We tweeted a very short clip of her bath this morning, & now you can head to the blog to watch a longer video of her party. We are beginning to see a cheeky, playful, and silly Bambi... and we are excited to watch her growth continue. Full bath video here https://buff.ly/33cQ3au
Great news that @grumpyvegan The Kim Stallwood Archive of research material documenting the history of the animal rights movement will become part of the @britishlibrary permanent holdings https://kimstallwood.com/2020/09/28/the-kim-stallwood-archive-at-the-british-library/
The Kim Stallwood Archive of research material documenting the history of the animal rights movement will become part of the British Library’s permanent holdings starting in the autumn. https://kimstallwood.com/2020/09/28/the-kim-stallwood-archive-at-the-british-library/ @britishlibrary @Contemporary_BL #AnimalRights #library