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Where does it end, is there an END?

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« on: July 11, 2010, 11:43:41 pm »

Bob Barker spent most of his carrier asking people to spay and neuter there pets...what real impact did this make????
TNR, a program praised by many...really...and how does this help wildlife?
NO KILL, these people thrive on making changes in the KILL shelters.....Hmmmm...do ya really think this will stop the little ones from coming in?
Just how many No Kill shelters will be born this year?....do ya think there numbers will exceed the numbers of those to be killed?
900 hundred killed at this facility during this time...how about the 236,000 killed at shelters in the Dallas, Fort Worth area within 4 months time?.....
Am I making sense here?....or does this scare you?
And another Parrot ends up in a CAGE...a bird meant to fly the skies!
Oh, I am sorry...am I making to much sense again???????
And another "Second Chance Bird Rescue"........OPENS...."No dis-respect Barbra"....
Where are the true answers to help THEM...you know....THE LITTLE ONES....you can find the answers.....buried within YOUR PRECIOUS RIGHTS AND FREEDOM.....
END OF STORY!

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« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2010, 12:03:55 am »

Now....if you have the courage...visit BrokenWing Chronicles, try and understand where I have been in many years of my life, trying to TRULY end there suffering...at the hands.....of.....MANKIND.
A friend of mine spoke with me...he said..."you call yourself a rescuer and yet you cage birds".....
I did not hesitate to say...."If I could, I would return every bird under my care to there native land and set them free".
I have been helping all animals for over 19 years now, and I have always fought fer them...always.....even if it meant giving up..........MY PRECIOUS RIGHTS AND FREEDOM".
Take my hand....IF YOU CAN.......Walk with me!

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« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2010, 01:01:43 am »

I too as much as I love my flock would return them to the wild if I could. I have adopted a few from Chance and taken in a few more when they came my way. We all do what we can, hopefully.
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« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2010, 05:28:23 am »

At one time my answer was NO.  However now, if they could be returned with all their survival instincts etc.  I would say yes.  I think much differently now than I did then.  I love our flock to death but see things much differently now.
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« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2010, 09:08:35 am »

I hear you MAr. Same here.
"If you love something set it free......"
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St. Francis of Assissi

My rescued and adopted feathered family...
Zebra Finches - The widow Mary Meeper & her new beau Joey Peepers, Leo and all the "kids"
The Quakes - Jade & Buddy & Ducky
"Sunday" Conure - Bella
Canary Wing Parakeets - Dexter and Morgan
The Budgies - Waldo, Wanda,  Pixie, and Violet
Fly high little Johnny Meeper  - flew to the Rainbow Bridge 1-6-2010
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« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2010, 09:15:17 am »

I am all for passing laws to stop the sale and breeding of all parrots, I have seen enough abuse to last me a life time, I have images stuck in my head of things I have seen.
I would give up my birds today, if it meant their freedom.
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« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2010, 02:59:01 pm »

If I had the $, and all other requirements and knew they could survive in their native lands I would not hesitate to set them free.  I would travel the globe for them.  To see all the loved ones in my flock fly free with their own kind in their home land would be an emotional and rewarding experience. wink1
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« Reply #7 on: July 17, 2010, 02:35:28 am »

Please do not frown on me, do yer best to understand my ways, I know...its hard...
I don't look at the Dog chained to a tree, or a cat flat on the highway, I see MANKIND and what he/she is capable of.
Life is just that...LIFE...and birds...all birds....should not have been added to Mans PET LIST...
If you really think the birds "Don't Know"...yer wrong!
They don't belong caged...and "I love all of you for your compassion"...they will pull there feathers out...they will suffer at the hands of mankind...if anything...they will prove to you....they can't endure such as a cat or dog.
When a law is brought up and placed for enactment....don't pick through it and say NO WAY...because all its gonna come down to is this...."I must protect my RIGHTS to be able to get my hands on more PARROTS....in the future!
Breed baby breed...and another 10 are brought into a shelter, one sits back and takes in the money...the other looses sleep at night wondering how they are going to feed and care for them all!
Then Mankind claims to be....."The most INTELLIGENT creature...on Earth!".
You figure it out!

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Breed baby breed...and another 10 are brought into a shelter, one sits back and takes in the money...the other looses sleep at night wondering how they are going to feed and care for them all!
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« Reply #9 on: July 22, 2010, 12:39:15 am »

At one time, a Pigeon Racing person claimed a loft fed and raised Pigeon would not survive in the wild.
Hmmmm, then why are there so many "Banded" Pigeons found in feral flocks????
Why are there thousands of Quaker Parrots "feral"?????
Why is it that thousands of just about every breed of Parrot surviving here in the USA in the wild????
Fable, a tame hand raised Parrot will not survive in the wild...tell that to the electric companies now tearing down the Quaker nests.
Tell that to the Phillips Manufacturing Company "The makers of the POISON Avitrol"...who provide this poison to mass poison birds!
New laws are needed, this nightmare "for them"....must come to an end...
The bible says...."and everything I have created I now give to you...Man"...for food!
Who wrote the bible?...surely not GOD...and who has edited the bible over the many years to justify everything he/she does...surely not GOD!
But...But....look at all the people that will loose there jobs at....the animal food co....or the people that make toys fer animals...
All justification to assure Americans can get there hands on animals in the future...and cheaply!
Animals comfort animals, Humans comfort humans...

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