The BNZ has declined our submission
News
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 12:00

BNZ

Thanks to all of you for your support of our project submission to the BNZ. Unfortunately we have received this email today:

Hi Linda, we've received 858 great ideas about how we can help out in our communities when we close for the day on 4 November. We'd love to be able to help with all of them, but with so many submissions some will have to miss out...

Read more...
 
Coco & Spike have both been saved – thanks to your donations!
News
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 12:00

Spike

A kind vet nurse took Coco home to monitor her progress since she left Forrest Hill Vet Clinic. Due to her necessary confinement, Coco’s bowels have been sluggish and she needed an enema on Friday to get things moving again. She is now toileting as she should be and her stitches will be removed tomorrow....

Read more...
 
The Cove “THE COVE”
News
Monday, 24 August 2009 12:00

The Cove

Have you been to see this movie yet? Now you can watch it while assisting the very dolphins it represents.

We went with a group of caring friends when it was showing as part of the recent Auckland Film Festival and found this unique, award winning documentary film to be simultaneously thrilling, informative, nerve-wracking and heartbreaking...

Read more...
 
IT IS FINALLY “THE TIME OF THE PIG” IN NEW ZEALAND
News
Saturday, 20 June 2009 12:00

“In May (2009) the nation was shocked and disgusted to see the condition in which pigs are farmed in crates and sow stalls. What was revealed sickened all who saw it, and that this practice, which totally contravenes the Animal Welfare Act, is 'legal' because the 'code of welfare for pigs' allows it, makes a mockery of an

What you can do right now to stop factory farming

Read more...
 
NEWSFLASH
News
Saturday, 23 May 2009 12:00

Horses

In this News Release:

Sophie's Story, Geese at Risk, Kaimanawa Horses & NZ Pigs Need Your Immediate Action, Stop NZ's Live Sheep Trade, Happy Ending for Ducklings...

Read more...
 
URGENT: COUNCIL SEEKS SOLUTION FOR OVERCROWDING OF GEESE
News
Thursday, 07 May 2009 12:00

Geese

An Auckland park has become crowded with more than 300 geese and the council desperately needs to find new homes for them in May and June 2009. Determined to prevent a cull, they have approached me for your help. Geese will keep the grass down, fertilize the land and they make excellent watchdogs.

Read more...
 
OUR BEAUTIFUL SOPHIE
News
Friday, 01 May 2009 12:00

Sophie

Our holiday was not without animal involvement and the extreme heartbreak that so often comes when one is unwilling to ignore a creature in need.

Although we found the East Cape to be one of the most picturesque and unspoiled areas in the country, the animal cruelty, suffering, abuse and neglect in that region made it a hostile environment for those with compassionate lifestyles

Read more...
 
«StartPrev21222324NextEnd»

Page 24 of 24