You might say you’re an animal lover but do you care for it? Faye Carey is teen activist who studies animals. Some things you could say about Faye is that she doesn’t quit at anything and that she’ll keep moving forward even when there’s tough situations to make. One example, is she manages to re-home more than sixty dogs. Here are some things I’ve learned about Faye and some things that you can learn from me!
Faye Carey is an activist that helps animals get rehomed. According to the article, “Teenage Girl is Dogs Best Friend,” Faye went to a week of work experience, and felt bad for the pets. Now, she has a facebook page called Animal Re-Home Waikato, that she spends 3 hours on a night. Also according to the article, “Faye has managed to re-home more than 60 dogs.” These examples show that a normal teenage girl is helping the country rehome
Fay carrie is a highschool girl that works her butt of for animals. Now, most people, donate money, or work at different animal shelters. But she knew how to hit hard. Social Media. On facebook she created a page dedicated to the adoption of dogs and cats, entitled Animal re-home Waikato.
Some teen activists see what a person or a animal is experiencing and want to help. For instance, Faye Carey is a great example of inspired by someone or for her case, inspired by something. Faye Carey was inspired by a puppy in the pound. "We picked up a puppy in the pound the first day I went to Animal Control and then on my last day he was still there and I felt really sorry for him," she says. This shows true character of Faye and how this little puppy changed her life. The animal’s struggles helped find how she wanted to help
Aiden Lykken is the founder of the organization of Woofin & Hoffin 5K and Doggie Dash in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. This organization are for the pets who don’t have a shelter or have been abused. Aiden has seen many situations like this happen with his own eyes. Now thousands of people are helping out by participating to help run the Woofin & Hoffin 5K and Doggie Dash to help support those animals that are abused. This young boy has made a huge difference beginning with his community and coming out big with other communities. Now a huge increase had began to grow, meaning people are taking in consideration of helping those animals who don’t have a shelter. A change has to be created in your home, community or wherever one tends to make a difference,
Even though many animals are still being abandoned by their owners, many Teen Activists and shelters are saving animal lives. One example of a Teen Activist is Lou Wegner, he and his animal activism group that uses social networking to encourage adoption at high kill shelters, KAAC was founded two years ago. Wegner established KAAC after volunteering at a local animal shelter in Los Angeles during the filming of his short film Be Good To Eddie Lee. Wegner says it was heartbreaking to see dogs crying in their cages, it broke his heart to know that the dogs would be put down.
He got a lot of interest and finally went to a nice home in Auckland. As she was trying to find a home for a litter of abandoned kittens, she needed a free way to advertise these kittens so, she thought about making a facebook page that would allow people to adopt animals and it was a free way to advertise. So she created a facebook page and that facebook has helped Faye re-home more than 60 dogs. Animal control officer Vaughan Oliver says “This takes a lot of the heat off the pound for us trying to get these dogs into homes”. Faye continues to help every Friday at the animal control.
Establish Credibility: I currently have a dog, 2 guinea pigs, and 8 birds that we have adopted. I also volunteer for Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society whenever I can.
Every 60 seconds an animal is abused. Dogs, cats, horses, and many other types of animals are being neglected and tortured everyday, yet resulting in few and minor consequences for the perpetrators. Animal abuse is prevalent in the United States and has been an ongoing issue since the 1970's, and prior to. Society as a whole has chosen to avoid the facts and arguments about animal cruelty, because to some it is seen as acceptable and typical. It becomes much more frowned upon when people actually see the results of the cruelty, especially in the media.
There are many animals who deal with abuse everyday, and that is not okay. If an animal is neglected or abused the pet will be taken away and the caretaker will be charged $1,500. Animals are very loyal, such as dogs, dogs are one of the most loyal animals you can own. When abused, they don’t know where they went wrong. They only know that you are mad at them. Animals, such as humans, shouldn’t be abused or neglected. Most animals who are abused or neglected are usually abused unintentionally, but the second most are abused on purpose. The people who abuse animals on purpose sometimes deal with mental illnesses, were abused as children, or have a hard time dealing with stress or anger. Animals are just like humans who have been abused. They are usually skittish and shy. People tend to see animals differently than humans, but they are the same in my eyes. For example, if I locked you in my basement, starved, and beat you, I’d be charged with attempted murder and kidnapping. Pets have the same rights as you to live freely, but people don’t see it. You are able to live on your own and take care of yourself, but they
My name is Katie Shipman. I am the Adoption/Rescue Coordinator for Paulding County Animal Control. I am about to have my second anniversary with the county. I have been in the rescue world for about four years through volunteering for Angels Among Us Pet Rescue and previously volunteering at Animal Control. I am actually third generation in the Animal Welfare world. My great uncle was badge number 8 for the ASPCA when they focused on the
A British actress named Hannah Murray once said, “I really loved animals when I was little - my friend and I had an imaginary vet 's office; we would mime doing surgery on animals. We treated more injuries than illnesses - fixing with a baby bear with a broken leg, removing a tumor. Of course, our surgeries would take about five seconds; that 's how good we were.” As far back as one girl can remember, she always had a pet of some kind. She currently has a pet dog, and she became sick, and would have seizures. When her mom and took her to the Vet’s office, she remembers how the doctor saved her dog’s life and how grateful she and her mother were to not lose a member of our family. The career of a veterinarian is a rewarding career, because one has the opportunity to care for beings who can’t for themselves. The research will describe the career of a veterinarian, what is required to become successful, and the impact this career has on society.
She has worked in the Army, gang counselor, and drug housing care and many more but, her favorite job is working at the Villalobos Rescue Center. Villalobos Rescue Center was for Pitbulls only but soon after that they have been getting any dog breeds but mainly pitbulls. Her earlier careers have lead to working with parolees to give them a second chance. She has helped hundreds of parolles by giving them a second chance nobody else would. She took paroles straight out of jail. “Villalobos Rescue Center was now a rescue for primarily dogs, but it was quickly taking on rescued humans as well.”(“Tia Torres” 1) She says the positive outweighs that negative. She puts the dogs before her life, Tia has ran in front of an oncoming train. “...thankfully I still have about 2 more lives to go.”(“Tia Torres 2”). She loves working with dogs, her life is taking care of unwanted and wanted dogs. The hardest part in her career was Hurricane Katrina. They had to move up north to Louisiana because their emergency shelter was there. Everyday they would go down where their other rescue center was to try and save dogs that were caught in the storm. If she found a dog she would try to find the owner, if they couldn't they would take it with. They will keep a dog until somebody comes and adopts them. The Rescue Center has dogs between newborn and elderly. Villalobos is a No Kill rescue center. They believe every dog should get a chance to live happily. When
When she was a child, in her free time, Clara really enjoyed treating injured, sick pets and neighborhood animals. When she was 11 years old, Clara’s brother fell off the roof, and she helped her brother recuperate, which later served as her medical studies and she wanted to help more people. Because She thought helping people would make herself happy. Out of this reason, she helped tons of people and animals.
Animal Cruelty is a problem that many ignore. People are oblivious to these animals and the negligence their owners show. Animal cruelty is an underlying problem in today’s society, and the only way to counteract these problems, is for this generation to do something about it.