Category Archives: Animal Work

WMSP off BIAZA hook about UK white lion cubs. Pride goes before a Fool Judgement

CAPS The Captive Animals’ Protection Society have announced that they are shocked to learn that no action will be taken over the West Midland Safari Park’s rare white lion cubs ending up performing in a Japanese Circus. Liz Tyson, Director … Continue reading

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Where there’s a captive whale there has to be a way. Free Morgan, captive whale, campaign

“Morgan is a young female orca, or killer whale, who was captured in the Wadden Sea, off the north coast of the Netherlands, on June 23, 2010. Orcas live throughout the world’s oceans, but are rarely seen in the Wadden … Continue reading

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At Least 5 Christmas Holiday Days and No Fishes? Taiji Terror Tales 27/12/12

Do you remember that “weekus horribilus” when the hunters took 100 + dolphins captive? The selection process took place over 5 days and some were released as they were unfit for human entertainment? There was an outcry because they had … Continue reading

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No Hunts For The Holidays. Dolphins/Whales Can Reclaim Their Home for Xmas 2012 at Taiji

The Canvas “Poster” that I made for the Protest opposite Japanese Embassy London on 23/11/12 I am very pleased to annouce that the hunters are taking some time off for the holidays so the Taiji dolphins/whales can swim freely and … Continue reading

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Donkey, a symbol of Christmas and its links to the number 7 and 77

Pope Benedict has asserted in his latest  book on Christ that no donkeys or oxen were present at the birth of Jesus because animals are not mentioned in the gospel. He maintains that the inspiration to include them might have … Continue reading

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Orca Come to The Rescue of the Taiji Dolphins 21.12.12

Photocredit Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians Something wonderful happened this morning. The Japanese hunters saw at least one orca in the waters so they knew that no dolphins would be around. They came back emptyhanded !

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Pushing the Boats Out Again – Taiji Terror Tales 19/12 – 20/12/12

On December 18th the Cove remained blue because the hunting boats stayed in port. Everyone was relieved about that. We hoped that they had had such a successful hunt and capture and made so much money during the past week … Continue reading

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Taiji Terror Stories 17/12/12 – They were out of there like Dolphins Out of Hell

Photocredit :   Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians This was the scene at Taiji Cove earlier today as some dolphins were released. It has been a neverending horror story that lasted 6 days. I cannot believe that this went on for so … Continue reading

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Mayor Mayor Quite Contrary To Tradition. What Lies Beneath the Taiji Appalling Tarpaulins?

Pain: Blood spews from the mouth of a stranded dolphin that has cut itself on the rocks as a fisherman clambers through the water to catch it “We will pass the history of our ancestors to the next generation, preserve … Continue reading

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What Taiji Did Next starring 100+ Bottlenose Dolphins and the Hunters 13.12.12

Yesterday the hunters drove 100+ bottlenose dolphins into the Cove. As I said in my previous Taiji tale post, I tend to name the individual dolphins/whales or pods so that I can recall them and to honour them in my … Continue reading

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