Tiny Spot living under my shed

Raju the elephant was rescued by a team from North London-based charity Wildlife SOS after suffering for 50 years in the Uttar Pradesh area of India.

 This elephant cried tears when rescued; watch the video and see for yourself. These animals have a more complex language than we do, but because it falls outside of our hearing range, most idiots say it doesn’t exist. Support elephants before they are gone for good!!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2682388/Incredible-sight-elephant-cried-Raju-held-chains-beaten-abused-fifty-years-day-released-tears-rolled-face.html

Raju the elephant was rescued by a team from North London-based charity Wildlife SOS after suffering for 50 years in the Uttar Pradesh area of India.

This elephant cried tears when rescued; watch the video and see for yourself. These animals have a more complex language than we do, but because it falls outside of our hearing range, most idiots say it doesn’t exist. Support elephants before they are gone for good!!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2682388/Incredible-sight-elephant-cried-Raju-held-chains-beaten-abused-fifty-years-day-released-tears-rolled-face.html

KEEP MANATEES PROTECTED!
In response to a petition from boaters and property developers, the federal government is considering substantially reducing protections for manatees under the Endangered Species Act.

If this happens, protections such as boating speed limits and limits on marinas in key manatee habitat could be lifted. 

The number of boat-related deaths in southwest Florida is near record-breaking and a mysterious die-off on the East Coast cost the lives of close to 900 manatees in 2013. Manatees and their habitat need more protection, not less.

TAKE ACTION
Please personalize and submit the letter in the form below to automatically send a message to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

https://m.secure.humanesociety.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=6575&autologin=true&s_src=em_ha081814#.U_JwfHoo7qA

KEEP MANATEES PROTECTED!
In response to a petition from boaters and property developers, the federal government is considering substantially reducing protections for manatees under the Endangered Species Act.

If this happens, protections such as boating speed limits and limits on marinas in key manatee habitat could be lifted.

The number of boat-related deaths in southwest Florida is near record-breaking and a mysterious die-off on the East Coast cost the lives of close to 900 manatees in 2013. Manatees and their habitat need more protection, not less.

TAKE ACTION
Please personalize and submit the letter in the form below to automatically send a message to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

https://m.secure.humanesociety.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=6575&autologin=true&s_src=em_ha081814#.U_JwfHoo7qA