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51. The Rights of Animals and Future Generations, by Joel Feinberg
with a tortured dog or horse and respond with great sensitivity to its sufferings."[2] This seems to me to be factitious. How much more natural it is to say with John Chipman Gray that the
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52. Letter to the Editor of the Morning Chronicle, by Jeremy Bentham
a dog or a horse suffer, it should not be a matter of like amusement to see a man suffer; and seeing, as I do, how much more morality, as well as intelligence, an adult quadruped of those and many
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53. Wildlife Animal Rescue: Endangered Species Conservation Fund | IFAW Web Site
in Brewster, MA, a special horse used for children's emotional and physical therapy, broke his leg. IFAW donated $2,000 towards the veterinary care for this horse who had befriended so many children. IFAW has given more than 400 grants
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54. African penguin | IFAW Web Site
feeds on anchovy, pilchard, horse mackerel and round herring. Chicks are born with gray down and are fed regurgitated food. Usually only the first chick survives, as there is insufficient food for two. The surviving chick fledges between 80 and
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55. What Path to Justice for Animals—Rights, Protections, Welfare?
or thought. An example is a horse who has a shot gun to his head is not scared that they may be killed as a person would. They do not have that kind of awareness. I have heard the argument that children up to a certain age and the senile old
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56. Agreement with the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) : OIE - World...
international movement of horses. Exchange of views on the approach by intergovernmental bodies such as WHO/FAO/WTO on disease control strategies which may involve competition horses Relations between the competition horse industry and
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57. Technical disease cards: OIE - World Organisation for Animal Health
African horse sickness African swine fever Bluetongue Bovine babesiosis Classical swine fever Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia
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58. The Complete Omaha the Cat Dancer 1 - Google Books
adult18-01.txt ADULT DARK HORSE COMICS THE GOON: SATANS **** BABY by Eric Powell ... XVII #2 page 296 ___ XXX $19.95 Art (Server) NBM THE COMPLETE OMAHA THE CAT DANCER VOLUME 6 TP by Reed Waller & Kate Worley Omaha is losing her heart to
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59. Coping with Sorrow on the Loss of ... - Google Books
that I had lost not a horse, but a deeply loved individual, friend and companion," wrote DE of Georgia . ... Minnesota - Page 63 asks Mary K. of Minnesota , who writes that she will never be without a dog. "Are we
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