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Take This Warning,
you who would hurt
the creatures of wood,
meadow, and hearth.
Beware the Catwomen,
who follow Artemis.


The Spiraling Cycle
(My Spiritual Home page)
Higher Consciousness
(My Story;The Cat's Story)
(find the secret clicks and the deeper in you will go)
(the blog you are reading now)

Magic Carpet Links
in each Moon

Blog Moon
Places Moon
Social Change Moon
Book Moon

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Earth Holidays

"From conception the increase
From increase the swelling
From swelling the thought
From thought the remembrance
From remembrance the consciousness,
the desire..."
---- Maori Creation Chant

Winter Solstice
First Light
Spring Equinox
May Day
Summer Solstice
First Fruits
Autumn Equinox
All Hallows Eve

moon phases

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 Favorite Places  

Myth*ing Link

45 million voices Abortion stories

ABA News
Abolish Sport Hunting
Abolish Animal Terrorism
Abolitionist On-line
Abuse tracker
Action for Change networking site for change agents
"Afghanistan` Project"
Animal Liberation Front ALF
(May the Universe Keep Them Safe and Active for they are the finest of us all and they harm no living thing despite what the bosses tell you)
Animal Police
Animals and Politics
Animal in WI Recomended Site
Anti-Slavery International
More animal links on my website under Social Change Moon
American Thinker
American Center for Democracy Libel Tourism and first amendment rights
Art Links Place's Moon - 3rd col
Art that Saves Animals
Arts Wisconsin
Ashes & Snow use mouse on each picture
Art original

Banking on Heaven polygamy video
Beautiful Links
Bees do not Sting
Bees & Wannabes
Best Friends Sanctuary and Resources
Big Poon's Very Best Catnip
Bird Food

C-Span Video Library
CAIDS - Hunters for intelligent alternatives to Chronic Wasting Disease hysteria
Catch the Moon
Center for Feminist Art
The Center for Responsible Lending
Center for Gender Refugee Campaigns
Ceramic Sculpture
Birds View - Creamic Sculptures of Jacqeline Jrolf
"A Libra whose element is air. She makes birds and what is happening to the air (and herself) through birds"
Chicago Women's Liberation Union
Coalition for American Workers Save jobs for citizens. Prevent in and outsourcing jobs.
Compassion Over Killing
Conflict Resolution

Corporate Control of US Democracy
Cosmology 3D
Cows with Guns

Daily Coyote
  New Daily Coyote
New Daily Coyote
Daily Puma
Dhimmi Watch
Donna Hughes

Earth Best Defense
Earth Justice Because the earth needs a good lawyer: recommended site
Eat Well at Veg Web
Equal Pay Act Check out how this site has changed under the BO adm. They have a link to go to the old site. Go to the old site to see then and now – they will keep the old site up for a few more months
Equal Rights Amendment
Equal Pay -after 45 years
ET Vegan
Earth & Sky
Eastern Shore Sanctuary
Enough genocide discussions and reports
Equality 4Women Reference papers for organizing
Exploitation and trafficking in Women (Hughes)
Easy to understand/enviromental Issues

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Fact Check
Female Genital Mutilation
Family Court Issues for Feminists – Custody - Abuse
Feminist Literature 1405-2011
Feminist News
Feminist News Service
Feminist Peace Network
Feminist Research
Fight for Free Public Resources
Fixed Star consultations
Flying Elephants Foundation
For Any Soldier
Food Fight
Food Politics
Free the Slaves click on the Blog link
Free US Now Radio
Foster Parrots LTD


Garden Habitat
Galapagos Preservation Society
removal of feral (recommended site)

Genderberg Resource for sexual exploitation activists and researchers
Global aid from US
Great Cards
Green Earth Travelvegetarian travel tours
Greener Choices
Green Energy Policy
Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants & Health Food Stores in USA

Handmade Nation
Documentary for Handmade Nation
Hedge Craft Rae Beth
Hillary's Voice NP Blogroll

Human Trafficking Middle East
    State Dept's Office

Illusion Science
Immigration studies
Inclusive Security
Initiative to Educate Afghan Women
Institute for Inclusive Security
Women's Liberation Globally
Intern'l Museum of Womenwomen's art
Iran and Kurd Women's Rights
Isabella's Closet

Jane Goodall Institute
Jihad Watch
Judy Chicago
Judy Chicago Gallery Art
Jung Personality Test


Law Library free
Law News
Lobby for Animals
Latina Women Human Rights

Mad Cowboy
M.A.R.V. (Milwaukee Area Resources for Vegetarians)
Medicinal Herbs
Military Sexual Assault Response and Prevention
Women Organizing Against Military Sexual Assault
Service Women's Support Network
Military Rape research
Monarch Watch - Grow Milkweed!
Moo Shoes
Moonlady Pages
Muslims Against Sharia

Natural Resources Defense Council
NOW News
The National Women's Law Center
Numbers USA Bi partisan immigration reduction organization

On the Question of Animal Rights
Open Secrets
   Open Rescue
Open Rescue

Opinions You Should Have
Operation Bagdad Pups

Visit Green's profile on Pinterest.
Popvox - TO Follow a Bill in Congress
Prostitution Research & Ed
Prostitution Rescue
PC Organization
Primate Freedom (RECOMMENDED SITE)
PISSD - Personal Injury, Social Security Disability injured and disabled persons mistreated by government and insurance companies
Peaceful Choices
Place Moon alternative energy
Polaris Project anti slavery/trafficking


Refugee Resettlement Watch recommended site
Residential Property Issues
Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.)

Sari Art
Sair Art

Sea Shepherd
Skin Deep check your cosmetics to see how toxic they are to your health
Smoothies Recipes for Smoothies
Spirit of America 100% of your tax-deductible donation goes to these projects initiated by Americans serving abroad
Stateline (News from the States)
Stop Honor Killings
Stray Pet Advocacy

Sexual Offenders
National Sex Offender Registry
Sleepwalking to extinction
Survivors of Clergy Abuse
Wisconsin Sex Offender Register

Track Fed Legislation
Travel Guide (Vegetarian)
Treating Glaucoma
Top Ten Links
Trafficking in Women-International

Understanding Taqiyya
US Constitution

Vegetarian Restaurants in Wisconsin
Vegan Essentials
Vegetarian Meals Delivered
Vegetarian Food Facts
Vegetarian Resource Group
void of course
Vegan Nutrition Podcasts
Sacred hallows-not horror violence

Wiscat, Wisconsin’s union catalog
Enter the term, “women,” 444 entries; books, periodicals, oral history interviews, and manuscript collections.

WI Best Friends (recommended animal rescue site)
Wisconsin Woodland Owners and Lovers
Wild WI
Wild Ones
Wolf Pack Tarot
WOMEN AGAINST FUNDAMENTALISM IN IRAN Support Women Slaves Struggling to Organize in Iran - NOW! Follow the link above to find the website of women organizing behind burqas to bring freedom to Iran
Women in the Muslim World
Women Living Under Muslim Laws
Intern'l Women's Day March 8
Women's Foreign Policy Group
Women's Freedom Forum
Women's History Archives
Women's History Month In 1987, Congress declared March to be Women's History Month
Women's Medical Fund, Inc Assisting Wisconsin women who want but cannot afford abortion - please help
Women’s Studies Librarian’s Office Home of Feminist Collections Journal
Women's Suffrage Day August 26th
Women United
Woodstock Farm Sanctuary
WI Coalition Against Domestic Violence I rarely agree with these liberals who take a great deal of the DV funding
WI Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency
WI Newspapers Forum & Blogs
WI Statutes
WI Vegetarian
WI Veterans Museum
WI Watch Reporters covering the underbelly of policy shaping WI while you are unconscious




Despite the challenges, we were seeing free and democratic Iraq, we were living the hard laboring moment we believe that every one of us has duty towards our beloved country. By our hands, work, thoughts, sacrifice we will build up the new Iraq.

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The Real Vegan Police

Satya Magazine is a monthly publication focusing on vegetarianism, environmentalism, animal advocacy, and social justice. In Sanskrit, "satya" means "truth," and formed the basis of Mohandas Gandhi’s Satyagraha or "truth action" movement for Indian self-sufficiency.

Satya Magazine is committed to continuing Gandhi’s legacy by increasing dialogue among activists from diverse backgrounds and engaging readers in ways to integrate compassion into their daily lives
Catherine Clyne from Satya had a chance to talk with Special Agent Kristi Adams about being a Humane Law Enforcement officer in New York City.

How did you get interested in working with animals?

Ever since I can remember I have loved animals. Growing up we had all types of critters, dogs, cats, goats, rabbits, ducks. My parents were a big influence. Before I was even born, my dad was a cop in upstate New York and he used to rescue dogs. Back then a lot of small towns didn’t have animal shelters and wayward dogs were usually euthanized in ways I don’t even want to think about.

So dad would bring home the dogs he found during his shift and we would try to adopt them out—quite a few stayed. Two of our goats were rescued from a horrible roadside zoo. We once rescued 13 rabbits on their way to slaughter, and spent a day fencing in part of the yard, complete with converted dog houses and a little wooden sign that read ‘Bunny Meadow.’ We also rescued wildlife, and when I turned 16, I received my wildlife rehabilitator license. We had a big barn and a section of it was converted into a ramshackle hospice.

And at one time or another every bathroom in our house has been turned into a nursery—litters of baby squirrels, rabbits, a fawn, even skunks have all passed through the Adams house. And there is still nothing quite like going home to visit my parents and seeing all the critters, some of which I have literally grown up with. It’s funny, a lot of people think I am this naive farm girl growing up on an animal sanctuary, but it all led me to become a very compassionate, liberal and progressive person. By growing up the way I did, I learned to identify and understand the suffering of others.

All the animals we adopted, rescued, and rehabbed were our friends, our family. I mean we had chickens, and we did eat their eggs, but we never ate the chickens. People don’t realize that chickens can live to be in their 20s. I think we had the oldest chickens in the state.

What made you choose a career as a Humane Law Enforcer?

My passion for animal welfare. I became a vegetarian when I was 12 and a vegan at 15. And I have been an avid animal activist since elementary school.

The fact is, animals don’t have anyone to speak up for them. I began watching Animal Precinct from day one, and it has always been my dream job. I was simply amazed and thought they were the luckiest people to go out and investigate animal cruelty—to arrest people who abuse animals.

I started taking all sorts of classes on animal rescue, and attended the University of Missouri-Columbia Law Enforcement Training Institute. I spent years working in veterinarian hospitals, and in various animal shelters as an animal control officer. I have been working hard to get where I am today and I can’t imagine myself doing anything else.

Of course there are things I don’t like about it. It can be frustrating. I feel the punishments should be harsher.

Very rarely do people get jail time.

But I feel I am now able to really help push for such changes.

What are the most common cases that you investigate?

Skinny dogs. People, for whatever reason—can’t afford it, can’t be bothered with it, or they feel the animal is simply not worth their time or money—starve their dogs. Those are the most common cases: emaciated, starving dogs.

Hoarders, people who literally collect animals, are also very common. To follow that up is a range of things, from neglect and abandonment to the fighting of dogs or roosters to intentional physical abuse. It’s all a crime.

Although regulations vary, I believe 31 states now have laws that make certain acts of animal cruelty felonies, while the rest are treated as misdemeanors.


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