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Join your host Peggy Hoyt and her guest Jennifer Dietz as they help you understand the link between animal cruelty and interpersonal violence. Jennifer Dietz is a Florida Animal Law Attorney and Professor at Stetson University College of Law. Don’t forget to listen in on Monday, September 28th at 3:00p.m. EST! #AnimalAbuse #HumanConnection
This is a rebroad cast of last night's Animal Abuse episode. This episode was originally scheduled to air live (September 20th at 5PM), but due to scheduling conflicts, we had to air it live a day early. For those of you who were unable to listen last night, here is a rebroadcasting of that episode. Be sure to press play to listen.
The subject of animal abuse is never a pleasant topic, but is one that none-the-less, needs to be addressed. There seems to be more and more news stories about innocent animals being abused, hurt, or killed at the hands of humans. What can we do to stop this awful behavior? Who typically commits these crimes? Youths or adults? Why do these crimes occur? What are some of the less obvious signs that an animal may be being subject to abuse? Join hosts J and D as they explore this topic in an effort to spare all animals from the devastating effects of animal cruelty. Saturday, September 20th, 5PM, CT
A listener writes: Whenever I hear or think about animal abuse, neglect, abandonment, and cruelty, I collapse into sadness, feeling an overwhelming sense of heartbreak and just want to rescue and protect them all.
I know that surrendering to such strong emotion is not a contribution to them or me. How can I choose a different response, one that will allow me to use my talents and potentcies to bring more awareness and kindness or whatever is required to benefit all animals.
I am, apparently, not in allowance of them choosing to experience unpleasant and/or painful circumstances.
Listen to Suzy's clearings and ideas on this topic
In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we are joined by Lindsay Rajt, senior campain coordinator from PETA, to discuss the difficult topic of animal abuse and cruelty. It's a hard topic, but we can't turn a blind eye any longer! For more information about PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, please visit their website at http://www.peta.org/
We also take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.
Does a history of animal abuse or cruelty to animals serve as a warning sign for people becoming serial killers? In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we talk about the personality traits that create animal abusers and even serial killers.
We also talk about some things that have been in the news recently and how they apply to your cats! And as always, we take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and now on Fridays and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.
This episode was originally scheduled to air on Saturday, September 20th, but due to scheduling conflicts, it will air first on Friday, September 19th at 10:00PM. We will rebroadcast this Friday night show in our normal Saturday time slot for those of you unable to listen on Friday. Sorry for the inconvenience. Will will be back next Saturday at our usual time. Thanks for listening!
The subject of animal abuse is never a pleasant topic, but is one that none-the-less, needs to be addressed. There seems to be more and more news stories about innocent animals being abused, hurt, or killed at the hands of humans. What can we do to stop this awful behavior? Who typically commits these crimes? Youths or adults? Why do these crimes occur? What are some of the less obvious signs that an animal may be being subject to abuse? Join hosts J and D as they explore this topic in an effort to spare all animals from the devastating effects of animal cruelty. Saturday, September 20th, 5PM, CT.
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. Many of us bought our beloved “pets” at pet shops, had guinea pigs, and kept beautiful birds in cages. We wore wool and silk, ate McDonald’s burgers, and fished. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?
Featured Guests Include
03:11 – Jane Velez Mitchell / Journalist & Fonder of JaneUnchained
11:50 – Shaw Simmons / Kitty Bungalo
15:16 – Randy Orloff / Spay Neuter Love
29:13 – Mariann Sullivan / OurHenHouse.org
41:15 – Patti Gibbons / Animal Communicator
59:30 – Psychic Medium Kerrie O’Connor, Psychic Medium Laura Lyn, Psychic Medium Lisa Caza
Hosted By Debbie Dahmer
Guests will be: Nancy Blaney - Senior Federal Policy Advisor at the Animal Welfare Institute & Dr. Mary Lou Randour, AWI Senior Advisor for Animal Cruelty Programs and Training
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This is the perfect time to remind your legislators of the strong relationship between domestic violence and animal abuse and to ask them to cosponsor the Pet and Women Safety (PAWS) Act, H.R. 1258/S. 1559.
Victims of domestic violence fear not only for their own safety, but also for that of their companion animals. Having no safe place for their pets prevents many victims from leaving their abusers. The PAWS Act helps to remove that roadblock.
When there is violence in the home, it can be directed at everyone—spouse or partners, children, elderly family members, and companion animals. Abusers are well aware of the bond between their victims and their pets, and they exploit that bond to frighten, control, manipulate, and even "punish" their human victims. A number of surveys bear the grim statistics.
Hosted By Debbie Dahmer
Guest will be: Denise Cohn- CEO Dogs Deserve Better
Denise have been rescuing dogs for over 30 years. Denise was a foster Mom for a GA rescue for many years and had as many as 42 foster dogs at one time. Typical was 20. Denise has five rescue dogs of her own. Currently Denise is the CEO of Dogs Deserve Better in Smithfield, VA. DDB takes in the abused, neglected, chained and penned dogs from all over the country. These dogs have seen the worse of humans. They have suffered from no shelter, sometimes no food, riddled with tick borne disease and most have heartworm as well. They have no socializtion with humans and are desperate for affection. To watch them blossom into the dogs they have always wanted to be is heart warming and simply amazing. The transformations are spectacular. Unlike most rescues, The VA shelter is actually a home. They don' t have kennels. The dogs live in the house, with the staff, and learn how to be a 'normal' dog. After they receive the medical treatment they need and are socialized, they are adopted to new homes and a family of their own.
Dogs Deserve Better reside in the former Michael Vick dog fighting compound. His property has been transformed into a rescue shelter. The dogs get their baths in the luxurious jacuzzis.
Dogs Deserve Better is a non-profit which survives solely on donations. All donations are tax deductible.
Dogs Deserve Better, First Place Winner of the Chase Pet Protector Award, is a voice for chained and penned dogs, whose sadness speaks only through the eyes.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Deborah Dooley from Denver, Colorado, a NAASCA family member who's making her first appearance as a special guest on our show. "The support of the unity of your organization has already impacted me," she told us some time ago. "I already felt great about even making contact with you and knowing what you are doing that it gave me a refreshed hope about my own journey of healing." Deborah's a proud member of the Christian community, but also wrote me that she recognized the benefit of using a 12 step "design for living" for child abuse recovery, saying, "Many times, I have thought about how valuable it would be to have a 12 step program for abuse issues that could translate to help all people since the 12 step is so effective in its use." A 12 step program encourages belief in a Power greater than oneself, of course, but allows for a God as you understand Him. She said, "I, personally, hope to go through this 12 step program that you have developed" (please see www.ASCA12step.org). Deborah was born in Hawaii but lives in Denver now, and tells us she's the proud mother of a daughter who unfortunately ended her life in July 2013 after a long series of very traumatic circumstances. "My life up until her death was focused on getting her safe from abuse by her dad since the courts don't protect kids from this," she says, "and there's no place to turn for help at this point to protect your child. I am now working on what is the best and most expedient solution for the courts." She believes that these kinds of preventable tragedies can be stopped from happening to children and families. Deborah hopes to work toward making our country be more loving towards its children.
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