Hello there, my name is Julie! I am a passionate animal lover, musician, artist, and writer. I love to spend time in nature, birding, drawing, playing all of my musical instruments, and writing in my other blog (check it out here).
I grew up loving animals. I lived right next to a farm, where I would watch and feed the cows. I watched cows giving birth and the curious baby cows that would come right up to me. I was always looking for a way to help these animals like putting fallen baby birds back into their nest, giving water to dried-up toads, and helping dug up worms find moist soil. I was always fascinated by animals, plants, and insects.
I share my house with two adorable parakeets. I grew up raising parakeets because they are so playful and fun to have. I never had time to raise a dog or cat, so I grew up loving birds. My two parakeets are named Leo and Pilot. They absolutely adore chewing up any wood in sight, foraging, singing, and eating carrots. I consider them my sweet little children, and I take very good care of them (in my opinion, they’re a bit spoiled).
I believe in equality for all, and I do mean all. It doesn’t matter who it is: man or woman, human or animal, young or old. We all share this planet that we live on. This is not my planet, it’s not yours, and it doesn’t belong to anyone else either. We should make space for others too, including the many animals that are endangered or going extinct. I think that it is selfish for humans to put themselves in a category above animals. Animals share everything on this planet with us: we breathe the same air, we drink the same water, and we eat the plants they eat. We wake up to the same sun every morning and fall asleep under the same sky every night.
Animals are never going to be treated until they realize this: animals have feelings, thoughts, and emotions. Animals are just like us. They are gifted with souls, life, and a place here on Earth. They’ve been here longer than humans have, and we should respect that.
Hello, my name is Sarah! I am a close friend of Julie’s and her blogging partner. I am a nature lover, clarinet player, crafter, singer, and most importantly an animal lover. I love spending time outside with my pets and taking walks at the park.
I’ve loved animals as long as I’ve been on this planet. I grew up watching them and always wanting to get closer and learn more. I love animals that others might say are creepy or gross. I’ve always been curious about animals, plants, and even insects.
I two parakeets named Shawn and Blueberry. I also have two cats that we found in our backyard as kittens. We brought them in to save them from cold and starvation after they were abandoned by their owner at just five weeks old. Chocolate and Dark Chocolate are now happy and healthy cats that are part of our family!
I believe that animals should be treated with the same amount of kindness that you would show your neighbor. Animals can feel just like you. They feel pain, sadness, fear, hurt, anything that you feel.
There are so many animals suffering out there. This includes the cats and dogs that were abandoned and forced to fight to survive on the streets, to the pork chop or lobster on your plate. These animals deserve to be loved and respected just like you.
Hi there, my name is Kimberly! I am a close friend of both Julie and Sarah and their blogging partner. I am a musician and nature lover. I like to play ukulele and piano and attempt to draw in my spare time.
I have always loved animals. I had quite a few pets when I was younger; I had fish, chickens, birds, and a rabbit. I grew up wanting to understand what it would feel like if we swapped positions. I have always wanted to learn more about plants and animals.
I grew up with parrots. I still live with them to this day. I love them to the bottom of my heart because they are the sweetest things on earth! They are treated like family in my household.
I believe that animals should be able to have the right to be treated as a human would be treated. Would you kill your own kind for food that you didn’t even need in the first place? Would you use a human to test your beauty products just because you want to feel beautiful? Would you skin a human for clothing? If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, why are you here, reading this?
I wanted to join this website because I wanted people like you to realize that all animals can think and feel like you do. You can help us by sharing this website with family and friends!