Author: Dahlia Benaroya, Helping Abused Animals

5 Great Successes in Helping Abused Animals

The world is progressing in helping abused animals. Feel great about the following success stories and see who is helping abused animals: The farmers: Derbyshire farmer turns his farm for human consumption to one that is a vegan farm. He couldn’t look into the eyes of his cows knowing that he would betray them. killing animals for meat was “morally indefensible”. They sent their 70 cows to a sanctuary in Norfolk, England, keeping 12 cows as loving companions. The farm now grows vegetables and will include a restaurant, cookery school and shop. Mercy For Animals uncovered investigations and #helpingabusedanimals....

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VETPAW is Helping Elephants and Rhinos Survive

Do you love elephants and rhinos and want to help save them? Here is a great and easy way to help. Meet the VETPAW organization.   An awesome group of Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient veterans and their team are helping abused animals. Witnessing  elephant and rhino species extinction, they came to the rescue. Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (VETPAW) was founded by Ryan Tate, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. After bravely serving from 2003-2007 in the most dangerous areas during the Iraq War, he was recognized as Marine of the Year in 2005. Ryan Tate wanted to...

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Gratitude in Helping Abused Animals

‘Feeling gratitude’ is discussed in many books. How can you feel gratitude when, as you are helping abused animals, you see the realities of horror? Studies have show that when people write down 5 things they were grateful for on a daily basis, they feel better about their lives. I feel total gratitude for everything in my life.

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