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04/08/2020 Plant based eggs for compassionate Easter
Animal Friends Croatia call for compassion and celebration of life with traditional plant-based Easter dishes. They state that it is possible to have Easter without eggs and meat, buying rabbits and chickens, having wooden instead of chicken eggs for decoration. Apart from the fact that they are cruelty-free, it takes 98 percent less water to produce a vegan egg, and it emits 93 percent less carbon dioxide than animal protein production. There is no social distancing for animals, heavily stocked on farms. If they get a contagious disease, people immediately kill them. Easter without eating eggs, ham, lamb and other meat is quite possible. Today, one does not need to be particularly adept in the kitchen to make vegan tasty and healthier equivalents of egg dishes such as pancakes, bread mixes, creamy cakes, mayonnaise, and scrambled eggs. Tradition can be compassionate so let's celebrate Easter in such a way.
The Animal Friends Croatia reports that the Unified Information Center for Lost and Abandoned Animals, established at the Pet Registry maintained by the Ministry of Agriculture, is finally functioning. The AFC says that the establishment of the UIC has finally created a unique database of abandoned animals from all shelters in the Republic of Croatia. They stressed that because of the new coronavirus situation, it is now more important than ever that all animals waiting for their home in shelters can be found in one place, visible to all so that they can choose to adopt an abandoned dog or cat instead of buying them. They invite everyone to visit the Uniform Information Center for Abandoned and Lost Animals and to select the dog or cat they wish to adopt.
04/03/2020 World Aquatic Animal Day
Today, on April 3, we mark World Aquatic Animal Day for the first time. The event is a project of the Aquatic Animal Law Initiative and the Animal Law Clinic at Lewis & Clark Law School. Aquatic animals play a crucial role in our ecosystem. They are important not only as a group, but are also valuable and interesting individual beings with intrinsic value. By aquatic animals we mean not only fish but also countless other animals that live most of their lives in water: amphibians, marine mammals, crustaceans, certain reptiles, molluscs, water birds, aquatic insects, starfish and corals. Despite their importance, aquatic animals around the world are exploited and abused and face many different threats. By marking this day, we raise awareness of the problems they face. We must also consider our interactions with aquatic animals, our treatment of them, and the often-devastating impacts we are having on them and their habitats. (law.lclark.edu)
Our planet has been quarantined, but the cruelty and exploitation of animals continue. We are convinced that global challenges must become a lesson and change the behavior of society. People should finally realize that animals are not resource, slaves, or an entertainment tool. During quarantine, we cannot gather thousands of people in the central squares of their cities and countries. That is why, for the first time, the International online rally for animal rights will be held tomorrow, April 2. For more information, see here.
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