Take Action For Endangered Species Day by Asking Your Senators to Support The Endangered Species Act

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Save the #EndangeredSpeciesAct

The Trump Administration has proposed a series of drastic changes to the way they carry out the Act, and there have been dozens of legislative attempts to weaken this crucial law. The Endangered Species Act is one of the most effective and successful tools to protect plants, fish, and wildlife. A recent study found that the Act has saved 99 percent of listed species from vanishing into extinction.

Please email your senators and tell them that you support the Endangered Species Act and ask them to protect this vital conservation law from legislative and regulatory attacks.

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PETITION: Justice for Sir Edwin, Dalmation Shot In His Own Home

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PETITION TARGET: Warren County DA Jason Carusone

In the early hours of the morning of May 10, a man shot and killed a two-year-old Dalmatian named Sir Edwin in the dog’s own home.

The suspect, Joshua Marcantonio, reportedly visited the residence in Glens Falls, New York, to catch up with friends. Jacqueline Gilligan, one of Sir Edwin’s guardians, told WNYT that Marcantonio had punched her father in his sleep before leaving the house, only to return with a shotgun.

He then fired the gun through the closed front door, narrowly missing a man on the other side but killing Sir Edwin almost instantly. Gilligan says she heard the blast of the gun followed by the yelp of her precious dog who died shortly after, terrified and confused.

Glens Falls Police arrested Marcantonio, who is now in the Warren County Jail. Police charged him with criminal possession of a weapon, reckless endangerment and misdemeanor criminal mischief.

Glens Falls Police Detective Lt. Peter Casertino said the department would also file animal cruelty charges, according to The Post-Star.

Sign this petition urging Warren County DA Jason Carusone to treat this case with the severity it deserves, and prosecute Marcantonio to the fullest extent of the law — ensuring he can’t hurt another animal or endanger human life again.

https://ladyfreethinker.org/sign-justice-for-sir-edwin-dalmation-shot-in-his-own-home/

PETITION: Justice for Helpless Kitten Shot with Arrow

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PETITION TARGET: Laconia Police Department

In a shocking act of cruelty, someone shot an arrow through a 10-month old kitten named Wolfie in Laconia, New Hampshire, in April.

The thick arrow pierced Wolfie’s back leg, shattering her tibia and fibula, and only narrowing missing her femur and femoral artery, according to an update on her guardian Liz Carmignani’s GoFundMe page.

Carmignani found the injured kitten outside her house, terrified and in pain. After the traumatized cat went into shock and lost consciousness, she rushed her to the vet to get the arrow removed.

Initially, vets thought they would need to amputate the mangled limb, but they were fortunately able to repair it using metal rods. However, Wolfie’s recovery will be lengthy, and she will need further surgery to remove the rods.

Laconia Police Chief Matt Canfield told the Laconia Daily Sun that the arrow was a Mossy Oak brand, commonly launched by compound bows and crossbows. Local police are still investigating this malicious attack.

We need to act now to bring Wolfie’s attacker to justice before they can hurt or even kill any more animals like her.

Sign the petition urging the Laconia Police Department to use all possible resources to find the person responsible for this horrific abuse.

Anyone with information about the attack should call the Laconia Police Department crime line on 524-1717.

https://ladyfreethinker.org/sign-justice-for-helpless-kitten-shot-with-arrow/

PETITION: Justice for Miniature Horse Found Shot and Dismembered

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PETITION TARGET: Jonne Slemons, Bethany Mayor

A sweet little miniature horse named Quigley was callously murdered and his body mutilated in Bethany, Missouri, last week.

The perpetrator shot the much-loved four-year-old horse through the neck before chopping off his genitals, hacking off one of his ears and gouging out an eye. This beautiful horse had also been skinned from his belly up with surgical precision, reported KQ2.com.

Quigley’s guardians discovered his butchered body in his field when he didn’t come to the gate for his morning feed. They had cared for him since he was only a few months old and considered the 30-inch horse to be a treasured part of the family.

The Bethany Police Department is currently investigating, but has not yet reported any developments or arrests, according to the Kansas City Star.

Sign this petition calling for justice for Quigley and to urge Bethany Mayor Jonne Slemons to ensure all possible resources are used to investigate this heinous crime and prevent the attacker from torturing and slaughtering any more animals.

Bethany Police are asking anyone with information about this crime to call 660-425-3199.

https://ladyfreethinker.org/sign-justice-for-miniature-horse-found-shot-and-dismembered/

PETITION: Justice for Puppy Shot by Police While Playing In the Park

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PETITION TARGET: Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels

An off-duty deputy drew his gun and shot one-year-old puppy Parker dead as the friendly dog played in a local park in Clay County, Florida.

Parker was running around off leash when he spotted the deputy walking his dog. The excitable hound/boxer mix was running towards the pair to say hello when Lt. Mark Cowan pulled out his personal handgun and killed him.

According to the incident report, Cowan thought Parker was a 40-50 pound pitbull and shot him in self-defense.

Parker’s guardian, Miranda Abba, was out of town at the time, but she says Parker was a sweet, friendly dog who had never shown aggression towards anyone.

Although a report was made, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office says no charges will be filed, and the case is closed.

This is a shocking act of unnecessary force, used against a dog showing no signs of aggression. As a law enforcement officer, Lt. Cowan should have used non-lethal alternatives to deal with this situation.

Sign this petition urging the Clay County sheriff’s office to take cases of animal death seriously, and enact a mandatory training program for all officers so they can deal with animals properly and safely.

https://ladyfreethinker.org/sign-justice-for-puppy-shot-by-police-while-playing-in-the-park/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email

Prohibit carts pulled by dogs in China

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Nadia Ramos
Created by Nadia Ramos
Coghlan, Argentina
Prohibit carts pulled by dogs in China

I am tired of seeing how dogs are mistreated in China and people do nothing, we have to boycott that country and stop going on vacation, we are many animal lovers and they also live on tourism.

China is using dogs to push heavy cars full of tourists. If people stop going, many Chinese who live on tourism will begin to raise their voices so that this ends. The boycott is a weapon that we all have in order to fight for what seems unfair to us.

We need to ban this type of dog-drawn cart that tourists use for their walks!

SIGN AND SHARE THIS PETITION

https://www.sosvox.org/en/petition/prohibit-carts-pulled-by-dogs-in-china.html

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Petition To Apple: Add the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to ALL IPHONES · Change.org

Add the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to ALL IPHONES
Aditi Dixit started this petition to Apple

Suicide is a major health concern.

The summer before my freshman year of high school, I found out that two of my close friends had attempted suicide; and they’re not alone.

According to the CDC, in 2016 suicide was the tenth leading cause of death in the United States. It was also the second leading cause of death for people between the ages of 10 to 34.

With preteens, adolescents, and young adults at a high risk, Apple is in a perfect position to help. According to Business Insider, 82% of American teenagers own an iPhone as of April 2018.

While there are resources to help those struggling with suicidality, many have trouble seeking them out.

I would like all iPhones in America to come with a contact already set up for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The number is 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
Actually, I’d love to see it include the crisis textline https://www.crisistextline.org which handles a broad array of issues including suicide. Teens communicate more by text than calls.

Please Sign Petition!

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Bear bribes ‘guard dog’ with deer bones so it can steal from the trash

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Brickleberry the guard dog accepted a bribe from the bear (Picture: JesseNeon)
Brickleberry accepted a bribe from the bear (Picture: JesseNeon)

They’re supposed to be the most loyal pets around.

But one dog has been allowing a bear to rummage through his owner’s trash – in exchange for deer bones brought for him by the animal.
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Taking to Twitter, author Jesse Jordan, from Canada, posted a photo of Brickleberry, the mastiff-hound mixed breed, lazily enjoying his gifts beside a pile of rubbish on the ground.

He wrote: ‘My idiot furry son has one job at night – bork at things and make them go away. Easy, right?

‘HOWEVER, a bear has learned that my furry son can be bought. This is the THIRD TIME he’s been gifted deer bones in exchange for being allowed access to my trash, AND HE KEEPS DOING IT.’
METRO GRAB – taken from Twitter Jesse Neon no permission Bear bribes ‘alarm dog’ with deer bones to prevent it waking homeowners so it can rummage the bins Picture: JesseNeon
His owner joked that he would be impeaching the dog (Picture: JesseNeon)

METRO GRAB – taken from Twitter Jesse Neon no permission Bear bribes ‘alarm dog’ with deer bones to prevent it waking homeowners so it can rummage the bins Picture: JesseNeon
Twitter users joked his owner should ‘pay him more’ (Picture: JesseNeon)

Jesse then joked that he clearly had no choice but to ‘impeach him’ as a result of his behaviour.

He said: ‘Although I basically handed my dog this position of power, it’s become very clear that he has no idea how to actually do the job properly.

Teach Your Children to Ask Permission Before Petting a Strange Dog. There are 4.5 million dog bites in America each year, half of which happen to children. Make sure to teach your children to ask permission before petting any strange dogs.

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‘Now not only do I have to clean up a huge mess, I see him putting his own self-interest first.’

But, he added that the Brickleberry, who also goes by the name Brick, was not in any danger, describing black bears in the area as ‘giant goofy raccoons’.

‘He is the best boy. His mum died days after he was born, so I raised him by hand,’ he said.
METRO GRAB – taken from Twitter Jesse Neon no permission Bear bribes ‘alarm dog’ with deer bones to prevent it waking homeowners so it can rummage the bins Picture: JesseNeon
The bear enjoyed a rummage through the rubbish (Picture: JesseNeon)

‘He is great with kids and apparently bears.’

Jesse’s tweet has already been liked more than 80,000 times, and shared by more than 22,000 people.

One person teased: ‘This just sounds like you’re not paying him enough. If the bear is offering a better deal, you can’t blame him for taking it. Capitalism.’

Another added: ‘I’m not sure if I’m more impressed by the bear or the dog… or horrified that the Great Animal Conspiracy is moving into its second phase…’

A third suggested: ‘That bear is a true business man, put a suit and list of jobs in the trash next time so he can move up in the world.’

While a fourth just joked: ‘Would not convict.’

INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOUR PET: Dogs have a sense of time. It’s been proven that they know the difference between a hour and five. If conditioned to, they can predict future events, such as regular walk times.

http://www.my-labrador.com/pets-news/bear-bribes-guard-dog-with-deer-bones-so-it-can-steal-from-the-trash/

Find the Snow Leopard

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Find the snow leopard, but please when you spot it, don’t give it away just comment…done!

But if you can’t… you’ll need to wait till Sunday May 12th, when I reveal this gorgeous snow leopard exact location.

Good luck

This Woman Needs to be Stopped!!

Please make the call and share on your social network, this woman needs to be stopped!

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Russian mayor bans ‘cruel’ circuses

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Russian mayor bans ‘cruel’ circuses
By News from Elsewhere… …as found by BBC Monitoring
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Image copyright Alexander Demianchuk/TASS/Getty Images Lions in St Petersburg’s Ciniselli Circus, 2018Image caption Circuses remain very popular in Russia

The mayor of a city in southern Russia has banned circuses that use wild animals in their acts.

Beslan Tsechoyev, mayor of Magas in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, says “circuses are the cruellest form of animal exploitation, where they are kept in abnormal conditions. No spectacle that uses any type of animals will ever be allowed in Magas”.

His decision to cancel a big-top performance in the city’s central Alania Square, scheduled for 6 May, was published on the city council news site and quickly picked up by the national media, as Russia has a long and popular circus tradition.
‘Turning them into prisoners’

Equestrian events are very popular throughout the Caucasus, so Mayor Tsechoyev was careful to draw a distinction between “acrobatic displays conducted in the animals’ natural habitat” on the one hand and training to perform circus tricks on the other, which he likened to “turning them into prisoners”.

The government newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta added that Magas council plans a “major campaign to teach children and young people how to treat animals humanely”.

The 38-year-old mayor, who has run the capital of the Ingushetia autonomous republic since 2015, has a record on animal welfare unusual among Russian bureaucrats, and regularly highlights his concerns on his Instagram account.

Image copyright Instagram/tsechoev Mayor Beslan Tsechoyev of Magas, with an eagle saved in a city park, Russia.
Image caption Mayor Tsechoyev also intervened to save an injured eagle

He earlier blocked plans to build a dolphinarium in Magas, on the grounds that these “remarkable and loveable creatures should roam free and happy in their natural environment,” he wrote on Instagram.

Instead he proposed a shelter for homeless animals with a playground attached, so children could see the animals being cared for.

Last year he set up red squirrel hutches, heated kennels for stray cats and dogs, and drinking bowls and pools for them to cool off in during the hot summer months, TASS news agency reports.

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Image copyright Instagram/tsechoev Heated benches for people and animals in Magas, southern Russia
Image caption Heated benches are also popular with Magas cats

Mr Tsechoyev is up to date with much international thinking on wild animals in circuses, as they have been banned in many European countries.

Environment Secretary Michael Gove pledged this month to have them banned in Britain by next year.
‘Crackdown on activists’

The mayor’s stance has elicited broadly favourable reaction from the public, although he is not without his critics.

The Kavkaz Versia news site says this former aide to Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, Ingushetia’s long-serving leader, “launched his ‘don’t turn animals into prisoners’ campaign in the midst of a crackdown on local activists” after clashes between police and protesters objecting to possible changes to the border with neighbouring Chechnya.

“About 20 political prisoners are at present being ‘kept in abnormal conditions’ in city police cells,” it concludes drily.
Image copyright Adam-Yourist/Wikimedia Commons Ingushetia’s capital Magas
Image caption Magas is a new city, and only became capital of Ingushetia in 2002

Reporting by Yaroslava Kiryukhina and Martin Morgan

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27 Charts That Will Help You Embrace A Vegan Lifestyle

Have you ever thought about going vegan?

Here’s everything you need to know from cooking and baking swaps to super simple recipes.

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This Shelter is Closing

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Those that are not adopted will either be euthanized or transfer to a different shelter, no decision has been made yet!

Stop lying to children about dying polar bears as a way to achieve action on climate change

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The heartbreaking story of dying polar bears, told for more than a decade now, was meant to get kids on board the global warming action train. It worked a treat – except that it was never true. The lie gave sensitive children nightmares and turned others into political activists full of groundless outrage who now pointlessly rant in the streets.

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As the established icon of climate change and Arctic habitats, polar bears have been given centre stage in the climate change narrative presented to young children and their teachers. But the distressing tale of polar bears on the brink of extinction – dying for our fossil fuel sins – was never true, as I show in point form below. Polar bear lies form the foundation of the baseless political activism of Greta Thunberg that other youngsters have since emulated.

Here are some of the false ‘facts’ children…

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What if air conditioners could help save the planet instead of destroying it?

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By Matt Simon on May 5, 2019

This story was originally published by Wired and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

Earth’s climate is full of terrifying feedback loops: Decreased rainfall raises the risk of wildfires, which release yet more carbon dioxide. A warming Arctic could trigger the release of long-frozen methane, which would heat the planet even faster than carbon. A lesser-known climate feedback loop, though, is likely mere feet from where you’re sitting: the air conditioner. Use of the energy-intensive appliance causes emissions that contribute to higher global temperatures, which means we’re all using AC more, producing more emissions and more warming.

But what if we could weaponize air conditioning units to help pull carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere instead? According to a new paper in Nature, it’s feasible. Using technology currently in development, AC units in skyscrapers and even your home could get turned into machines that not only capture CO2, but transform the stuff into a fuel for powering vehicles that are difficult to electrify, like cargo ships. The concept, called crowd oil, is still theoretical and faces many challenges. But in these desperate times, crowd oil might have a place in the fight to curb climate change.

The problem with air conditioners isn’t just that they suck up lots of energy but that they also emit heat. “When you run an air conditioning system, you don’t get anything for nothing,” says materials chemist Geoffrey Ozin of the University of Toronto, coauthor on the new paper. “If you cool something, you heat something, and that heat goes into the cities.” Their use exacerbates the heat island effect of cities — lots of concrete soaks up lots of heat, which a city releases well after the sun sets.

To retrofit an air conditioner to capture CO2 and turn it into fuel, you’d need a rather extensive overhaul of the components. Meaning, you wouldn’t just be able to ship a universal device for folks to bolt onto their units. First of all, you’d need to incorporate a filter that would absorb CO2 and water from the air. You’d also need to include an electrolyzer to strip the oxygen molecule from H2O to get H2, which you’d then combine with CO2 to get hydrocarbon fuels. “Everyone can have their own oil well, basically,” Ozin says.

The researchers’ analysis found that the Frankfurt Fair Tower in Germany (chosen by lead author Roland Dittmeyer of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, by the way, because of its landmark status in the city’s skyline), with a total volume of about 200,000 cubic meters, could capture 1.5 metric tons of CO2 per hour and produce up to 4,000 metric tons of fuel a year. By comparison, the first commercial “direct air capture” plant, built by Climeworks in Switzerland, captures 900 metric tons of CO2 per year, about 10 times less, Dittmeyer says. An apartment building with five or six units could capture 0.5 kg of CO2 an hour with this proposed system.

Theoretically, anywhere you have an air conditioner, you have a way to make synthetic fuel. “The important point is that you can convert the CO2 into a liquid product onsite, and there are pilot-scale plants that can do that,” says Dittmeyer, who is working on one with colleagues that is able to produce 10 liters (2.6 gallons) a day. They hope to multiply that output by a factor of 20 in the next two years.

For this process to be carbon neutral, though, all those souped-up air conditioners would need to be powered with renewables, because burning the synthetic fuel would also produce emissions. To address that problem, Dittmeyer proposes turning whole buildings into solar panels — placing them not just on rooftops but potentially coating facades and windows with ultrathin, largely transparent panels. “It’s like a tree — the skyscraper or house you live in produces a chemical reaction,” Dittmeyer says. “It’s like the glucose that a tree is producing.” That kind of building transformation won’t happen overnight, of course, a reminder that installing carbon scrubbers is only ever one piece of the solution.

Scaling up the technology to many buildings and cities poses yet more challenges. Among them, how to store and then collect all that accumulated fuel. The idea is for trucks to gather and transport the stuff to a facility, or in some cases when the output is greater, pipelines would be built. That means both retrofitting a whole lot of AC units (the cost of which isn’t yet clear, since the technology isn’t finalized yet), and building out an infrastructure to ferry that fuel around for use in industry.

“Carbon-neutral hydrocarbon fuels from electricity can help solve two of our biggest energy challenges: managing intermittent renewables and decarbonizing the hard-to-electrify parts of transportation and industry,” says David Keith, acting chief scientist of Carbon Engineering, which is developing much larger stand-alone devices for sucking CO2 out of the air and storing it, known as carbon capture and storage, or CCS. “While I may be biased by my work with Carbon Engineering, I am deeply skeptical about a distributed solution. Economies of scale can’t be wished away. There’s a reason we have huge wind turbines, a reason we don’t feed yard waste into all-in-one nano-scale pulp-and-paper mills.”

Any carbon capture technology also faces the sticky problem of the moral hazard. The concern is that negative emissions technologies, like what Carbon Engineering is working on, and neutral emissions approaches, like this new framework, distract from the most critical objective for fighting climate change: reducing emissions, and fast. Some would argue that all money and time must go toward developing technologies that will allow any industry or vehicle to become carbon neutral or even carbon negative.

This new framework isn’t meant to be a cure-all for climate change. After all, for it to be truly carbon neutral it’d need to run entirely on renewable energy. To that end, it would presumably encourage the development of those energy technologies. (The building-swaddling photovoltaics that Dittmeyer envisions are just becoming commercially available.) “I don’t think it would be ethically wrong to pursue this,” says environmental social scientist Selma L’Orange Seigo of ETH Zurich, who wasn’t involved in this research but has studied public perception of CCS. “It would be ethically wrong to only pursue this.”

One potential charm of this AC carbon-capture scenario, though, is that it attempts to address a common problem faced by CCS systems, which is that someone has to pay for it. That is, a business that captures and locks away its CO2 has nothing to sell. AC units that turn CO2 into fuel, though, would theoretically come with a revenue stream. “There’s definitely a market,” Seigo says. “That’s one of the big issues with CCS.”

Meanwhile, people will continue running their energy-hungry air conditioners. For sensitive populations like the elderly, access to AC during heat waves is a life or death matter: Consider that the crippling heat wave that struck Europe in August 2003 killed 35,000 people, and these sorts of events are growing more frequent and intense as the planet warms as a whole. A desert nation like Saudi Arabia, by the way, devotes a stunning 70 percent of its energy to powering AC units; in the near future, a whole lot of other places on Earth are going to feel a lot more like Saudi Arabia.

So no, carbon-capturing AC units won’t save the world on their own. But they could act as a valuable intermittent renewable as researchers figure out how to get certain industries and vehicles to go green.

https://grist.org/news/what-if-air-conditioners-could-help-save-the-planet-instead-of-destroying-it/

Man Stops Traffic to Save a Tiny Kitten in the Middle of Busy Road.. (with Updates)

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A man stopped traffic to save a tiny kitten in the middle of a busy highway while others kept driving by.

On April 27, a tiny ginger kitten was spotted by Lion Rock Tunnel in Hong Kong. Due to rush hour, there was a lot of traffic on the road, and the kitten nearly got run over.

The kitten froze in fear in the middle of the road, and many drivers just drove around him until a kind-hearted man named Kevin (Kwok Kin Wai) sprang to help.

Kevin was driving a moped when he saw the kitten. He knew that if no one would stop to help, the kitten would not be able to survive much longer. As he saw cars rushing by the tiny defenseless feline, his heart dropped and he decided to do something right then.

He managed to pull his scooter over on the side of the busy road, and carefully signaled the incoming vehicles to slow down and stop as he approached the kitten.

He then gently picked up the tiny ginger furball and sprinted back to his bike.

The entire rescue was captured by a dashcam and the video was later shared on social media.

Watch the rescue. https://www.lovemeow.com/man-stops-traffic-to-save-a-tiny-kitten-in-the-middle-of-busy-road-wit-2391401722.amp.html?__twitter_impression=true:

Meanwhile, Kevin had sent out a post on Facebook, hoping to find the kitten’s rightful owner.

No one came forward to claim the kitten, but Kevin was able to get in touch with a volunteer from a local rescue group to help foster the kitten and get the little fur buddy the medical attention he needed.

Kwok Kin Wai Kevin

Kevin has never had a cat before but he believes that it is fate that brought them together.

“After discussing with the family, we would like to adopt the kitten and let our fate continue on,” Kevin said. “The kitten is named Lion because he was found by the tunnel at Lion Rock.”

Kwok Kin Wai Kevin

Little Lion is currently in foster care while Kevin is getting his home renovated and kitty proofed. Once the renovation is complete, they will officially welcome their new addition to their family.

Kevin met with a volunteer from a local rescue group who found little Lion a foster home.

Kwok Kin Wai Kevin

Little Lioin is doing well in his foster home, learning to groom and is cuter than ever!

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