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16 september 2012
There aren't many people applauded by PETA and McDonald's at the same time, but Temple Grandin is.
This is why: she improved standards in slaughter plants and livestock farms by decreasing the level of stress, fear and pain that animals experience while, for example, lined up in the slaughterhouse - which improves efficiency and profit.
It started back in the 70's, when she saw cattle get vaccinated at feedlots. Some of the animals would just walk into the chutes that hold them, while others refused. ...
20 augustus 2011
Dogs, what to write about them? I found this phrase at Time and it basically sums up why we 'dog minded people' keep them in the house - and even buy books about them, like Show Dogs, a photography book by the brooklyn based photographer Kate Lacey: "Despite the constant shedding and costly vet visits, Lola, the mutt my husband and I adopted in 2009, has made our lives immeasurably easier. At the end of a stressful day, she is there when we get home, in the same joyful, expectant mood as always, blessedly ...
06 augustus 2011
It's fun when your friends know what you like. My friend from BOOSdotcom gave me this tip: The Burning House. And I do love it!
If your house was burning, what would you take with you? The blog shows a collection of photographs from all over the world.
It's as simple as that!
What would you take?