Rik Vale
Rik Vale

Please help the helpless animals so nothing but locality and love and this is how we repay them? People who do this should be shot,hung,dismembered,beatenchained outside in the winter,.please do not give money to the human society of the United stated they are a rip no better than the abusers, give to the human society in your area, give to no kill sheiters,volunteer,adopt a pet in my book animals are far better than some people, please help any way you can thankyou

Melissa Clawson
Melissa Clawson

I suspect you don't realize this but the purple ribbon is for Fibromyalgia. Don't know if it matters to you, but I thought you should know. But mostly, rock on with your mission...as an animal lover whom always has 2-4 dogs at a time I am behind you 100%!!!!!! I will also share on my media, good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Judie Castro
Judie Castro
  • Melissa Clawson

It is also used for domestic violence... As long as people are aware of the cause, hopefully the ribbons color won't stand in the way... :)

Connie Shelton
Connie Shelton
  • Melissa Clawson

I would be willing to bet that sufferers such as myself of Fibromyalgia and domestic violence are proud to share the PURPLE RIBBON for this cause!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Joan Roepstorff
Joan Roepstorff

Without them there is no life.

Mandy Carroll
Mandy Carroll

The older I get, the more I see and feel. But this is not about me. It's about simple humanity.

Leslie Connito
Leslie Connito

I am reading this book "Night", written by Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor. He was taken and imprisoned at Auschwitz and then Buchenwald at the age of thirteen during WWII. He was terrified all the time and treated horribly by other humans. Most would say, like an animal, but who would treat an animal like this? I am not sure how to explain it, but the words in the book sounded like they could almost have been from an abused animals point of view. Mr. Wiesel lost total dignity and could...

I am reading this book "Night", written by Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor. He was taken and imprisoned at Auschwitz and then Buchenwald at the age of thirteen during WWII. He was terrified all the time and treated horribly by other humans. Most would say, like an animal, but who would treat an animal like this? I am not sure how to explain it, but the words in the book sounded like they could almost have been from an abused animals point of view. Mr. Wiesel lost total dignity and could not help himself, was never quite sure how to handle situations, and became numb. My 15 year old daughter read this in the classroom and suggested it to me. All high school students should read it. I think humans during war become allowed to treat other humans like this, and now are still allowed to treat animals like this. I just don't get it. We need to find more humane methods for meat eaters, and make youths more aware of the fact that animals have FEELINGS and are also parents.

Debbie Clark
Debbie Clark

Animals are healing to humans, if they are abused they can't offer a better life for us.

Brenda J Porter
Brenda J Porter

They have feelings too...They shouldn't be treated that way.

Tammy Clark
Tammy Clark

Because they are innocent creatures made from God .. They are here to give us unconditional love and we need to treat them as such.. Its ignorance to harm or mistreat any thing or anyone..

Kimberly Collins
Kimberly Collins

Amen my sister Michelle. I will and forever be a warrior for ALL animals. I too believe we need to be a voice for the precious animals God has blessed us all with. God bless you all. :)

Sandra Pongvachararak
Sandra Pongvachararak

Stopping abuse of any type is important to me. We all need to respect life around us as well as ourselves.

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