Picture @joeyparkermedia captured of Zeke and I during the tour on Sunday! I can’t wait to see all of the pictures ❤️ Also, I can’t believe how big Zeke is getting... I was just sharing memories a year ago of when we first brought him home and he was just a little cute baby and I could pick him up even.. wow 🦓
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At the cost of my life and health, I fought against cruelty and violence against animals. The struggle and attempt to change something at all levels, from the storming of a Dog training Stations and warehouses with exotic animals to lecturing classrooms, meetings of senior officials and panels in the State Duma. In the process of rescue operations, people were also killed before my eyes. All this is impossible to forget. • Struggle against sellers of the black market of exotic animals, pickers was face to face in the truest sense of the word. Animals were forcibly taken away, zoo-dealers were punished. Such precedents had never existed before, such an uncompromising and large-scale struggle against zoo businessmen had never been conducted before. All for the sake of delivering the animals from suffering and for the awakening of society. • I did everything possible and impossible in order that the cruel Dog Training Stations were officially banned in Russia. With my participation, the report of the head of the ecology departmet was compiled in the State Duma. But in the end, because of the powerful hunting lobby in the Federation Council and the Government, the project was overwhelmed. Previously illegal activities at dog training stations were legalized by denoting them "contactless.". The activity of torturing animals is continued and animals continue being slowly killed. kindness#compassion#govegan#animalwelfare#animals#cardib#furcoat#animals#bardigang#animalsofinstagram#cats#dogs#handbags#celebrities#fur#minklashes#foxes#crueltyfree#pradabag#wildlife#vogue#trapping#hunters#exoticanimals#human#humanity#zoopolice#fighter#charity
It's not every day you find a 7ft python on the way to work. And I've already got attached. .
Dennis is proof that people shouldn't be keeping these as pets - either escaped or dumped, something irresponsible brought him crawling into my life. The longest snake in the world is a reticulated python, you need to keep dead rabbits in the freezer at some point, their shit stinks and their teeth are fucking huge. All scary realisations for the uninitiated, even with a gentle giant like Dennis. Glad I found him before it gets cold or he gets really hurt. Not everyone thinks he's beautiful #petsarenotdisposable#lostpython#python#petsnake#exoticanimals
🇪🇸 Y así de traviesa, curiosa y feliz llegué a casa.. estaba entusiasmada con todo!! Aunque he de decir que lo de jugar con las zapatillas se ha convertido en un auténtico vicio 😻👟
🇬🇧 I arrived home naughty, curious and happy.. I was excited about everything!! Playing with shoes has become a real vice 😻👟
This is Swiper, the red fox who lives at @evergladesoutpost. Foxes are cute, right?! Getting one as a pet seems like a harmless idea, right? I’m very disappointed to say that I’ve seen a lot of social media influencers promoting keeping exotic animals, such as foxes, as pets, and allowing them to run freely in their homes. Here’s what they aren’t telling you. 1- Foxes are terrible pets. They stink! Doesn’t matter how many baths they get, they will smell! They have a musk gland, that gives them an offensive musky odor, and you cannot de-musk them. They are smelly 🤢! In fact, we have visitors comment on a daily basis that they smell a skunk, when in fact, they’re actually smelling a fox! 2- Foxes are DESTRUCTIVE! Foxes like to dig, explore, and bury their food for later. So that means you can say goodbye to your carpets, couches, pillows, and perfect back yard! 3- They have specific diets. Omnivorous animals like foxes need raw meat, bone, and organs. You cannot just feed them fruits and veggies and call it a day. They also need taurine, which needs to be supplemented in their diet. If they don’t get it they can go blind, have seizures, and even die. 4- They don’t do well with potty training. If they gotta go, they go! That means 💩- and lots of it! Don’t even get me started on the stench of their urine 🤮. 5- They bite. Hard. They have sharp teeth, and even a ‘playful’ bite will draw blood. If they get too excited, they can jump up and nip your face. They do not cuddle, they’re always hyper, and have a lot of energy! So if you can’t devote a TON of time running around with them, you probably shouldn’t own one. 5- Finding an exotic vet to treat your fox is difficult and EXPENSIVE! Annual checkups, blood work, and vaccines all add up very quickly. Most people can not afford a $700-1,500 vet bill a year! Please, do you research before you buy any pet. Animals are a lifelong commitment 💕 #notapet#exoticanimals#fox#thetruth#wildlife