This is something I don’t usually do. However I am doing it – not just because its been “only” bothering me and I need to do all I can to create awareness – but because there is something inherently not right about this. Killing animals. Uprooting life when they aren’t even interfering.
To cut the long story short – this video – exactly demonstrates the impact of American Congress’ Approval Killing Of Hibernating Bears And Wolves
Now I am not a PETA activist or a part of any animal welfare group or organisation, I don’t have pets, and yes not an American ; but being a part of this planet I feel the need to speak, rather write about this.
Several news stories are being covered on this subject and needless to say multiple animal welfare organisations are trying there level best to resist and probably not let it become a law.
If there is something about this you feel is not right, please do something.
I would like to introduce my readers to this wonderful lady called Dora – a 25 year old Hungarian who has traveled far and wide at such a young age. She loves snail mailing, the aviation and traveling.
I was impressed with her right after reading this blog post on her wonderful blog about my country. Never before had I read a foreigners unbiased and truthful view on India like she wrote. Usually we Indians are used to reading derogatory comments about our country and even more so – certain foreign film makers that shoot in India choose only to depict the filth and the poor state of people and affairs. Dori for a change tried to present a very true picture of what it was like traveling to the capital of India.
I commented – ” For once someone is writing positively – or rather factually about India. Otherwise the poor country is always shown as a shackled unsafe place with people imagining elephant rides and snake charmers on the side of the roads.We need to meet dear lady. Next time – please make it to Mumbai”
Coming back to her blog – you can see how detailed and thorough she is in her writing. For example in a post about penpals – she has given resources of where to find them as well as in another post also told how to write a letter. Its almost like a mini learning session.
She has a pretty active Instagram account as well. I am sure you would really enjoy following her. It has been so good to know her a little bit and I look forward to meet her when she comes to India next (or when I go to Hungary)