30 December 2012

Aquario Cama

Para mim eh muito sufocante e nao consigo dormir bem com claridade.

Ideia nov a para seu ANO NOVO!!!

FELIZ 2013 !!!!!


23 December 2012

Morango Noel


Obrigada por prestigiar meu blog Respeito a Natureza durante todo este ano!!!

Boas Festas!!

Respeito a Natureza!


20 December 2012




18 December 2012

17 December 2012

70 Beagles Spared Cruel Tests

It's time to rejoice!

In a landmark move, 70 beagles who were imported from China by Advinus Therapeutics, a pharmaceutical laboratory in Bangalore, have been released to People For Animals and Blue Cross Chennai today following a rigorous campaign for their release by PETA India and these groups. The dogs have been removed from quarantine and handed over to animal protection groups with the permission of the Ministry of Environment & Forests.

The rescue was approved after PETA notified the Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experimentation on Animals that it was falsely stated on an Animal Quarantine & Certification Service document that the dogs were "pets", rather than for experiments. PETA also learned that Cathay Pacific Airways, which has a strict policy against transporting animals to laboratories, was misinformed by the supplier, Beijing Marshall Biotechnology Co., Ltd., that the dogs would not be used or killed in a laboratory.

More than fifty thousand people from around the world sent e-mails to authorities calling for the dogs' release.

"Recently, the Minister of Environment and Forests Jayanthi Natarajan flew to Chennai to personally inspect the 70 beagles. PETA commends and thanks Minister Natarajan for giving the serious attention to this case that it deserves", says PETA's Science Policy Advisor, Dr Chaitanya Kumar. "PETA India invites people who are ready to make the lifelong commitment to caring for a dog to adopt these puppies and give them the loving home that they were almost denied."

Experimenters use beagles because of their friendly and docile nature. Beagles in laboratories spend their lonely lives in cages and are often poisoned with drugs, burned with chemicals or cut open in experimental surgical procedures. At the end of most of these experiments, they are killed and dissected.

Anyone in the Chennai area interested in adopting one of the rescued dogs is invited to contact People For Animals (pfachen@gmail.com) or Blue Cross Chennai (bluecrossofindia@gmail.com).


Poorva Joshipura
PETA India

15 December 2012

Arvore Equilibrista

Equilibrando-se em um penhasco.


13 December 2012

10 December 2012

Viados se Beijando

Veja o beijo dos viados.


06 December 2012

Travessia Ecologica

Na Holanda, o governo resolveu criar uma travessia ecologica e segura para que os animais nao sejam mais atropelados atravessando a avenida.

Gostei da ideia, mas gostaria de saber a eficacia desta ponte ecologica.

Como os animais ficam sabendo que devem atravessar pela ponte ecologica???


05 December 2012

Mae Coruja

Esta eh uma verdadeira mae coruja!!!!