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Thank You Ricky Gervais for Spreading the Word

Oct 29, 2016
Thank You Ricky Gervais for Spreading the Word

Animal cruelty is an ongoing issue which deeply bothers most animal lovers around the world. It is a growing phenomena but most of us prefer not to pay attention to it because it is painful to see yet involves too much effort to change. Animal lovers can be categorized into two main groups –...

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Would you do this?

Dec 29, 2012
Would you do this?

Over the years, the dog’s role evolved from being a guardian/protector to an entertainer /jester. Obediently, “man’s best friend's” list of duties expanded to include performing tricks and most recently… being a fashion accessory...

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