Helping Abused Animals Like Nosey the Elephant

Helping Abused Animals Like Nosey the Elephant

Nosey The Elephant

Nosey The Abused Elephant.
All images courtesy of www.SaveNoseyNow.org.

Abuse. And more abuse. When will it stop? Where are people’s sense of humanity? Why are so many people so heartless!

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.

And the babies cry by their mother’s side for days and days, just like humans. Babies are taken away from their mothers so that they can be whipped into shape to entertain humans. And their mother’s cry and cry, just like humans.

Elephants are sentient beings who have families, just like humans. They are playful too, when they are left in their own natural surroundings, protected from horrible people. But how horrible Nosey and other entertainment animals feel with the bull hook that harms them daily? That is the only way circuses get the elephants to stand on their front legs. Elephants are not meant to stand on their front legs. Their huge sizes require standing on all 4 legs. And viewers don’t even think of the abuse that got the elephants on their front 2 legs.

Animals feel. They feel all the pain and emotions that people feel. Why can’t people feel the pain that they are cause animals and these elephants?

www.SaveNoseyNow.org, established in 2014, has been fighting hard to help Nosey. They are located in Florida. On their website, they provide information about Nosey’s abuse and health, along with her history. Nosey, as other captive elephants, are kept in horrible conditions, small, airless, boxcars, small trailers, without exercise, with poor diets. It is any wonder that they develop arthritis, foot infections, stress, and early death? Is this want the audience wants when they go to circuses and carnival rides?

What is the current status of Nosey? She has been alone for 30 years, in solitary. Nosey has health problems, both physically and psychologically.  She is confined, chained, abused with a painful bull hook, with improper diet, exposure to extreme temperatures. She is forced to give rides to humans and entertain while under severe pain. All this has been witnessed and reported to the authorities, who have done nothing to help. The owners Have Trunk Will Travel have been cited by the USDA with violations of the Animal Welfare Act.

All this and she continues to be abused.

Sign and share petition to help Nosey HERE

Keep tweeting and sharing this information. Help send Nosey to a sanctuary like the Elephant Sanctuary in TN or PAWS in CA.

Boycott entertainment to help abused animals and Nosey.

For more information, download Save Nosey Now Brochure. Visit www.savenoseynow.org, email at info@savenoseynow.org, call at 603-742-0848, follow @savenoseynow. 1071 S. Patrick Drive, Suite 37937, Satellite Beach, Florida 32937.

Helping Abused Animals used in Performances

Helping Abused Animals used in Performances

The Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) presents their 2016 International Captive Wildlife Conference in San Andreas, CA. It will be held Friday through Sunday, November 11, 12, 13.

At the conference, they will be addressing the confinement and use of exotic and wild animals. They will focus on elephants, bears and big cats. Speakers will also be discussing the ‘next wave of sanctuaries for elephants, orcas and nonhuman primates’. Speakers are leaders in the ‘fields of scientific research, sanctuary care, conservation, law and animal welfare, policy and care’.

San Andreas is PAWS’ ARK 2000 sanctuary where they care for elephants, lions, black leopards, tigers and bears. The conference will include a tour of the sanctuary, a 2,300 acre natural habitat.

For more details, please click HERE.

To register, please click HERE.

A list of Featured Speakers can be found at http://www.pawsweb.org/documents/Speakers_alpha_9_15.pdf

Kim Gardner: kgardner@pawsweb.org

for questions regarding general conference logistics and sponsorships.

(916) 488-3991

Catherine Doyle: cdoyle@pawsweb.org

for questions regarding conference schedule, topics and speakers.

(323) 301-5730

PAWS Office: info@pawsweb.org

general information, as well as registration by phone using your credit card.

(209) 745-2606 – M-F, 9-4 PST

PAWS Conference

 

Help Elephant Raju.  ASAP

Help Elephant Raju. ASAP

Raju is an elephant in India that was recently rescued from his abuser after 50 years of abuse. He was near death and cried when rescued but now his abuser is trying to get him back. Please sign the petition to help Raju. They need another 25,000 signatures now.

Click HERE to help Raju by signing the petition.

 

Help Raju from abuse. We need more signatures by Sept 4.

Help Raju from abuse. We need more signatures by Sept 4.

Raju was rescued and freed in July of 2014 after spending almost 50 years in chains. At the time of his rescue he was near death. He was emaciated, dehydrated and exhausted. Despite his frailness, he was forced to beg on the streets and was being kept in spiked chains. Now the cruel person who had illegal custody of him is trying to get him back through the Allahabad court. You helped free him once, we need your voice once again to keep his freedom.