An animal's eyes have the power to speak

 

God loved the birds and invented trees. Man loved the birds and invented cages. ~Jacques Deval
"We must remain hopeful that a universal ethic of courage, caring, sharing, respect, radical compassion, and love will make a difference even if we do not see the positive results of our efforts… We can never be too generous or too kind." ― Marc Bekoff

Caption: A sun bear takes a nap in one of Free The Bears' hammocks at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center near
Phnom Penh. Photo by Erika Pineros.

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  1. Robin Puddicombe

    October 13, 2014

    For those people who say they believe in God they must remember god loves all the living creatures even bugs and virus and germs and birds and worms and dogs and lions etc, not just people, if you do not realize this you will not go to heaven! Why should God have mercy on self important people? Did not God create everything? Every living thing IS IMPORTANT!!!!!

  2. Raghav panday

    October 14, 2014

    Speaking power we are far better then them ,,,,,


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