‘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.Read More
Author: Dahlia Benaroya, Helping Abused Animals
Posted by Dahlia Benaroya, Helping Abused Animals | Jul 28, 2017
Elephants are sweet, sensitive, affectionate, devoted, loving beings. They mourn their dead just like humans. They suffer being jailed in cement cages at zoos and being abused for entertainment arenas. Not to mention all the ivory trade poaching for their tusks, killing them in front of their own babies.Read More
Posted by Dahlia Benaroya, Helping Abused Animals | Jun 7, 2017
As reported by One Green Planet, 126 dog meat restaurants have been permanently closed or stopped selling dog meat in China. Animals Asia has been at the forefront in this accomplishment. Their investigation has shown that 1039 dog meat restaurants were suspected on illegality.Read More
Posted by Dahlia Benaroya, Helping Abused Animals | May 13, 2017
The NYC Vegetarian Food Festival will be held on Saturday May 20 and Sunday May 21, 2017 at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, from 11AM to 6 PM. All these companies are helping abused animals with their products and rescue support.Read More
Posted by Dahlia Benaroya, Helping Abused Animals | Apr 24, 2017
Pets are family. Animals have feelings, they fear, they suffer pain, they have emotions and love for their owners. How can people dump their pets in the cold or at shelters? This is heartbreaking. These pets are devoted to their human families. They mourn lost owners.Read More
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