Fact: if seals could fight back, THEY WOULD! 
TAKE ACTION: http://peta.vg/1wa

Fact: if seals could fight back, THEY WOULD! 

TAKE ACTION: http://peta.vg/1wa

Reblog if you agree!

Reblog if you agree!

(via The Huffington Post)
Seal Hunt Cancelled For Hay Island In Nova Scotia
A group of Cape Breton seal hunters say they’ve decided to call off the annual slaughter on Hay Island.

(via The Huffington Post)

Seal Hunt Cancelled For Hay Island In Nova Scotia

A group of Cape Breton seal hunters say they’ve decided to call off the annual slaughter on Hay Island.

(via Gawker)

Adorable video of a baby seal attempting to be fierce! Learn how you can speak out against baby seals being slaughtered by Canada.

Today, Canada is allowing sealers in the Gulf of St. Lawrence to stalk baby seals across the ice, smash their heads in with clubs, ram hooks into their eyes or mouths, and drag them back to the boats, despite the fact that there’s no market for the seal fur. They will also rip the skin off the seals’ bodies while some of the animals are still alive. But you can help stop it—and it can be as simple as taking to Twitter.
Take action now! http://bit.ly/GHI8mY

Today, Canada is allowing sealers in the Gulf of St. Lawrence to stalk baby seals across the ice, smash their heads in with clubs, ram hooks into their eyes or mouths, and drag them back to the boats, despite the fact that there’s no market for the seal fur. They will also rip the skin off the seals’ bodies while some of the animals are still alive. But you can help stop it—and it can be as simple as taking to Twitter.

Take action now! http://bit.ly/GHI8mY

(via http://edmonton.ctv.ca) Seal hunters on the East Coast have started preparing for this year’s spring hunt, but a narrowing market for pelts exacerbated by international bans has some wondering if the annual practice is going to happen at all. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/yHtrct 

(via http://edmonton.ctv.caSeal hunters on the East Coast have started preparing for this year’s spring hunt, but a narrowing market for pelts exacerbated by international bans has some wondering if the annual practice is going to happen at all. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/yHtrct