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Sea Shepherd’s latest update on Japanese dolphin slaughter

I’m a little behind in getting his posted, but the update is still important: “” “” UPDATED: 200+ BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS HELD A SECOND NIGHT IN COVE; CAPTIVE SELECTION & SLAUGHTER TO RESUME AT ~ 2 PM PT TODAY January 18, 2014 – TAIJI, Japan — Five separate pods of Bottlenose dolphins totaling more than 250 […]

Scientists rightfully categorize slaughter of the dolphins inTaiji, Japan as cruelty

When it’s all said and done, logic matches up nicely with science. And this is the case with a scientific conclusion that the horrible torture that goes on during the killing of dolphins in Taiji, Japan is cruel. The New York Times Dot Earth blog reported Sunday on a peer-reviewed study that suggests the … […]

Video: Dolphins help seal pup find its way

In this touching video, a group of dolphins find a seal struggling near a shoreline and direct him back out to sea. It appears the seal is giving up until his rescuers arrive. Yet another of so many confirmed case studies of animals showing compassion for others. It’s something we don’t see in some humans.

Pod of sperm whales adopt a deformed bottlenose dolphin

A scientist witnessed and photographed a fantastic occurrence back in 2011, one reported on the MailOnline.com website out of the UK. Over a period of several days, a pod of sperm whales adopted a deformed bottlenose dolphin. The dolphin and the whales rubbed against each other and exchanged acts of affection. The scientists believe the […]

Back at it after battling a really bad cold

After a few days of hacking and coughing and blowing my nose way too often, the pack of Grady rescue dogs is glad I’m not waking them up from naps quite so much today. So what’s been going on during my sick leave? Arizona Senate votes 28-2 to end greyhound racing: GREY2K USA is cheering […]