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Animalese

  1. Do you love animals?
  2. Do you have animals?
  3. Do you train animals?
  4. Do you understand animals?
  5. Do you protect or WANT to protect animals?
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Location: Hartford, CT. USA
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An old essay on a GREAT OLD DOG...

Started by Vincent Wright. Last reply by Vincent Wright Sep 16. 2 Replies

An old essay on a GREAT OLD DOG...…Continue

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"YES. I SEE YOU..."

Started by Vincent Wright Dec 21, 2015. 0 Replies

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The Truth About Cats

Started by Vincent Wright Nov 22, 2015. 0 Replies

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So, they compromised! LOL :-)

Started by Vincent Wright Nov 11, 2015. 0 Replies

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Comment by Jerry Dunham on December 2, 2018 at 3:52am

Very sad.  No human activity is foolproof, but one hopes that this results in better procedures.

Comment by Vincent Wright on November 30, 2018 at 4:08pm

Comment by Vincent Wright on November 30, 2018 at 4:07pm

Hi, Jerry: 

The original link wouldn't post but, it was in a Twitter Moment at https://twitter.com/i/moments/1068483489438273537

Comment by Jerry Dunham on November 30, 2018 at 3:13pm

I don't know the context of the snow leopard incident, but it's certainly true that zoos are not all created equal, and some have much better processes in place than others.  This is particularly unfortunate, since snow leopards aren't very numerous in the wild.

Comment by Vincent Wright on November 30, 2018 at 1:08pm
Stupid zookeepers can't even keep an enclosure closed!!! (What do you expect a HUNTING animal to do if you are too STUPID to keep it enclosed ... once you imprison it???)  “Snow leopard shot dead after escaping from zoo enclosure”
Comment by Vincent Wright on December 17, 2016 at 12:41pm

An eagle can fly within an inch of the ground. But, an eagle can never be its full best spending its entire life that close to the ground...

Comment by Vincent Wright on July 19, 2016 at 11:40pm

Hi, Jerry:

She made her comment in a Facebook threads several days ago ... 

Time permitting, I'll try to find it to provide a bit more context.

However, 

  1. You hit it right on the head in your opening paragraph and
  2. I LOVE this!-> "Interestingly, for supposed animal abuse, our dogs sure are anxious to get theirs on in the hope that they're going for a ride or a walk." :-) (Reminds me of an unforgettable dog I met in Princeton, NJ about 8 years ago.  (I Golden Retriever named Isaac))
Comment by Jerry Dunham on July 19, 2016 at 11:12pm

Vincent, I don't see the message you reference about putting a collar on a dog.  How does that person propose to keep a dog safe?  A harness instead of a collar?  No restraint at all?  Then how does a dog deal with a man-made world with many dangers for those that cannot understand them? Or am I guessing wrong with regard to what she wrote?

Interestingly, for supposed animal abuse, our dogs sure are anxious to get theirs on in the hope that they're going for a ride or a walk.

Comment by Vincent Wright on July 7, 2016 at 6:17pm

There's a lot more to having a dog than just putting a collar on it. We don't want them just to collar them and sit them in a corner. There are countless celebratory events, hugs, communications, moments of joint silence, moments of play and sheer silliness ... together ... and also times of mourning ... should they pass...

(My answer to the woman who suggested that putting a collar on a dog could be considered animal abuse...)

#KeepSTRONG!
+Vincent Wright

Comment by Brandergy on July 26, 2015 at 1:40am

A cat named Tootie just reminded me of an unbelievably beautiful little Persian cat I knew named Cody. I attempted to memorialize what I saw in that little guy in a piece I wrote about him entitled "Lamentations And Celebrations For Cody: Life Lessons From A Cat" http://brandergy.com/group/animalese/forum/topics/lamentations-and-...  #Animalese

 

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