posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 03:44 PM
I don't think trying to educate the sick about the bad things that are going to create their medications will fix the problem, and is not going to
help or be effective in any way. In fact I think it could BACKFIRE. Instead you need to educate and encourage positive relationships with animals for
the general public, and especially children. And then the well being and treatment by the majority for animals - should encourage those people in
other places - medical research facilities - to treat other Species better.
SPCA - special treatment for cats and dogs. This group is often blind sighted by the plight of cats and dogs, and have been mistakenly allowed on
boards for farm animals and fail to protect other species. Very sad.
I've often thought about how much of the Organic claims and Animal friendly products are simply that by name, and could even worse be opposite of
what they claim. Since most of these seem to be just marketing ploys - we need to identify those who are making false statements, or deluding people
into believing their product is any different. What we perhaps need is people to confirm these companies statements. And list them on the internet.
Video feeds comparing Chicken prisons versus Free range might also help. As well, as holding some of the bigger companies to working with farmers /
farm conglomerates to a higher standard. And rewarding companies that do treat their animals well with praise, and positive advertising so that they
can expand their operations.
I don't think much can be done to reach adults as opposed to children. As children are more likely to be guided to love and cherish other life forms
on Earth. A few ways to help with this are:
. Petting Zoos
. Animal keepers doing School Drop-Ins
. .. more to come ... thinking about this.