PAWS KUWAIT has been rescuing and rehoming animals for the past seven years but are now facing eviction and are in search of a new home. The move will cost them a lot of many and since Kuwait has no animal welfare laws PAWS KUWAIT can only raise the money needed via donations.
WILD TIME talked to PAWS chairperson Manuela Tague about the situation in Kuwait.
Visit PAWS here: http://www.pawskuwait.org
This year 82 cities around the globe take part in a concerted effort to let Japan know that the killings in Taiji, Japan are not tolerated and that the world is watching.
WILD TIME spoke to many people who are involved in organising or helping at the events
In part 2 Thomas talks to Englishman Alan Howard who is involved in the New York event as well as with Earhrace UK’s Lucy Byrne. Lucy talked about the event in London as well as the upcoming “Whalefest” and more.
In typical Wild Time manner the conversations touch on much more from racism to the rainforest, the Maui dolphins and future activism.
This year 82 cities around the globe take part in a concerted effort, happening on August 31st 2012 or September 1st 2012 depending on location, to let Japan know that the killings in Taiji, Japan are not tolerated and that the world is watching.
WILD TIME spoke to many people who are involved in organising or helping at the events.
In part 1 Thomas talks to Zoe Ng about the event in Hing Kong, Sandy McElhaney from just outside of Wahsington who helps co-ordinate some of the events. Sandy is also involved with the “Save Misty the dolphin” campaign. Thomas also talked to Nichola Sherlock who organises the Save The Dolphin Day event in Dublin/Ireland.
In a recent New York times article one could read: "This spring, the Copenhagen Zoo put down, by lethal injection, two leopard cubs, about 2 years old, whose genes were already overrepresented in the collective zoo population. Leopards are considered near threatened by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. But as part of a breeding plan to maintain the genetic diversity of this species, the cubs’ fate was determined before they were born."
WILD TIME's Thomas Janak spoke with cat rescuer/lover Lucy Snowleopard about this case and the uncertain future of these big cats.
Recently animal rights activists and the media reported that animals died of malnutrition in governmental zoos in Egypt. And that's not all that seems to be happening there.
Animal Rights activist Dina Zuflicar talked to WILD TIME RADIO about the zoos, CITES, the lack of green space in their country and more.
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Bart is one of many animal rights activist who cross-posts informative and important articles about the plight of the wolves. He has his own facebook page related to the magnificient wolf called
WILD TIME spoke to him about the threats and dangers that wolves are facing and what can be done about it
Just a 5 minutes insert but an inspiring one! Wild Time talked to Wille Honkala from Finland today who built his own electric bike.
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Wild Time's Thomas Janak talked to Kami Kreaps who is 1/3 of a great team of woman whose website www.veganfashionblog.com sets a standard by highlighting ethical products ranging from clothes to skincare products that are fully vegan, cruelty free, while being very appealing to a mass audience at the same time.
Their unique background in modelling and fashion allows blog readers an in-depth look into the world of beauty knowing that no sentient being comes to harm.
Listen to this engaging conversation that touches on more than just veganism and beauty.
Since the royals are heavily involved in hunting and horse breeding it wouldn't be right for WILD TIME to celebrate her majesty. But that doesn't mean that we will shy away from a good time.
The Birmingham Pride coincided with the diamond jubilee festivities and there was great entertainment all around.
This episode tried to capture some of it BUT also features interviews with ANIMAL FREEDOM about the abolitionist approach with regards to using animals in our lives as well as a short interview with the Hall Green greyhound rescue.
Recorded entirely in Birmingham it also features a few live tracks of the "Bravo Boys". Enjoy the footage