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My giving reaches to all parts of the world including people, the planet and animals. It could be a lost dog, plastic bags to close to the ocean or even a star fish that has gotten washed up a little to far on the beach. Giving doesn’t stop because of a person’s colour, how clean or dirty a lost dog is or how bad the mess is on the beach to clean up. I get emails on a regular basis from sites I have signed up for because they too are doing good things. If I can offer a helping hand anywhere, any time – I will. An email came into my box this week that I couldn’t just delete. The wolves needed me.

Day 181: Give 181

One site that is a favourite of mine is the Hunger Site. But the Hunger Site is not just about solving hunger issues. You can give to animals, breast cancer, child health, literacy, veterans and the rainforest. One stop giving! You could go on to this site every day of the year and give just by clicking, signing petitions and donating. 365 gives would easily be completed. I don’t get emails every day from the Hunger Site so when I do I know they really need some support.

They are asking for a petition to be signed to help save the wolves in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and portions of Washington, Oregon and Utah. The wolves unfortunately have gotten stuck in the middle of some political legislation that would eliminate Endangered Species Act from protecting this animals.

I would do this for any animal. We have taken over their forests, water ways and food supply in so many places all over the world. We need to protect our animals in any way we can and thank goodness for acts like the FSA that are protecting the animals in the America. Will you? Take a moment and sign the petition. Their goal is 50,000 signatures and they are almost there. Take one minute to give today and see how good it feels.

Time Commitment: 2 minutes

Cost: 0

One Comment

  1. I agree with 積.It’s much better if we can make anamil cruelty to become a “taboo”, much like bullying or even murder. Raising the penalty is a resort to reflect that this is unacceptable rather than as a deterrant – as we discussed earlier those who do it do not feel they have the danger of being caught….Connie

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