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For the curious or the committed: "The Inconvenience of Being Vegan." Responses to every honest question and naysaying comment directed at people who don't eat or wear animals or their products, and loaded with useful links.
"The soul is the same in all living creatures, although the body of each is different."
~ Hippocrates (philosopher)"I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it's such a beautiful animal. There you go. I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her."
A happy resident of New Dawn Montana Farm Sanctuary near Stevensville, MT. Never to end up in mutton stew or Ugg boots, this lucky rescued gal (she's a "resc-ewe") named Precious has found a permanent, caring home. Support your local farmed animal sanctuary!
Q: What is your opinion on the proposed equine slaughter plant in Wyoming?
A: "When you run livestock such as horses you cannot keep everyone that is junk. That is loss of profits and runs you out of business...." Read more here.
Author Archives: Kathleen Stachowski
If you’re familiar with the Onion, you know it’s the print and online precursor to Jon Stewart’s Daily Show. Fake news, heavy on satire. That’s not to say that people, including high-profile people–heck, including entire governments–haven’t been taken in by … Continue reading
Dear Chicago: We need to talk. You can trust me–I’m practically a native daughter. Heck, from my hometown in Indiana, we can look across Lake Michigan and see your skyline (well, on a clear day). I’m a Cubs fan, ’nuff said! But … Continue reading
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the stinkiest, snarliest, gnarliest, wildest of them all? Why, Gulo gulo–the amazing wolverine–of course! And the gnarly little being needs our help within the next few days (5/6/13 deadline). Unless you’re one of the lucky … Continue reading
Easter morning dawned bright and beautiful in Western Montana. I glanced out the window and there sat Sylvilagus nuttallii, the mountain cottontail. Though our mostly-wild, predominantly-native property is perfect habitat, rabbits don’t show themselves readily, and the sighting was a special … Continue reading
Horses need your help and they need it now. It doesn’t matter if you’re not a “horse person”–you’re an animal person, and this domestic animal needs 10 minutes of your time, my time, our time. More on that in a … Continue reading
Do you ever suffer from weariness of words? I do. Words piled on words. Remember when Polonius–attempting to determine if Lord Hamlet had gone mad–asked him what he was reading? “Words, words, words,” was Hamlet’s crafty reply. So many words. Too … Continue reading
In these troubled times, we’ve come to expect the steely-eyed gaze of TSA screeners and security personnel following us in every airport, everywhere. But what you might find shocking is the glassy-eyed gaze you’ll get from wild animals when you visit … Continue reading
Can you think of one animal species with whom you’d willingly trade places? Me neither. It’s a bum rap to be a nonhuman animal in a speciesist world, and here in Montana, brutality toward animals is a way of life. … Continue reading
As Valentine’s Day approaches, the question on many a mind–or maybe just mine–is, Where’s the dissonance in “cognitive dissonance”? According to About.com Psychology, The term cognitive dissonance is used to describe the feeling of discomfort that results from holding two conflicting … Continue reading
It’s Superbowl Sunday, and even as I type, the six-hour pre-game show has commenced. We’ll tune in later, for the actual game. Yes, we’re football fans, a somewhat shocking revelation to friends who know us only for our more conscience-driven … Continue reading