Arrested for Saving Animal Lives Without a License During Hurricane Florence

I originally posted the following correspondence took place upon my Facebook wall…

Rayn: Saving Pets Without a Permit: Good Samaritan Arrested After Helping Animals Survive Florence:
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/09/22/florence-good-samaritan-arrested-after-helping-pets-during-storm/1397025002/

Stacie T.: I’m confused. Amoxicillin and tramadol are not over the counter drugs. Where did they come from? If they were prescribed by a vet before the storm, she’s no more guilty of practicing veterinary medicine without a license than a pet boarder would be if I went on vacation and left my dog there with her ear infection meds.

Rayn: You can definitely get fish and bird amoxicillin at any pet store, without a prescription. Besides this, at farm supply stores, you can get amoxicillin for chickens and certain livestock without a prescription, too. Since they’re each about the same concentration, proper administration really just involves getting the dosage correct, based on weight.

Rayn: This calls for a poetic “variation on a theme.” *ahem* “It is better to have saved lives without a license, than never to have saved lives, at all”

Rayn: Definitely has more soul than the Statist version… “It is better to have let your neighbor’s animals die, than ever to have saved them without paying the State for that official piece of paper that ensures the safety of all parties, involved.”

Stacie T.: I’m just confused because, even from the statist point of view, I don’t see how they could have arrested her on those charges if it’s otc and/or prescribed. I could see the unlicensed shelter charge being applicable, albeit immoral, but not practicing medicine.

Women Who Provided Emergency Shelter to Pets During Hurricane Florence Could Face Charges

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Tammie Hedges

Wayne County Woman May Face Charges After Running Hurricane Shelter for Pets:
https://myfox8.com/2018/09/20/wayne-county-woman-may-face-charges-after-running-hurricane-shelter-for-pets/

As Hurricane Florence closed in on the North Carolina coast, she quickly got prepared and opened a shelter for animals, the Goldsboro News-Argus reports.

Now, she could face charges.

Tammie Hedges runs the non-profit Crazy’s Claws n Paws out of Wayne County. The organization aims to help low-income family with pet needs like veterinary bills, supplies and more.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: The State loves “helping”…

A Representative, or a Rogue?

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Gov’t Experiment Exposed that Kills Thousands of Kittens to Research Parasite Linked to Mind Control:
https://thefreethoughtproject.com/parasite-kittens-mind-control-usda/

(Matt Agorist) Rep. Mike Bishop, a Republican representing Michigan’s 8th District, exposed a program in May, as TFTP reported, that he calls “secretive and problematic” within the U.S. Department of Agriculture in which thousands of kittens are being incinerated in Maryland. Now, four months later, a lawsuit is claiming the USDA is blocking the release of information on the death of these kittens.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: If the government represents you, it’s only because you’re also a monster…

Lost Dog Found?

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family, after I posted a photo being shared by the page, “Being Classically Liberal“…

Rayn

"Found lost dog (Wichita): Found this little guy yesterday. He has been roaming the streets in our neighborhood and we finally caught him. Possible abuse because he is aggressive. Want to rehome him since our dogs do not seem to like him and growls back at them. I think he would do good in a home with no kids and someone who can give him lots of love."

“Found lost dog (Wichita): Found this little guy yesterday. He has been roaming the streets in our neighborhood and we finally caught him. Possible abuse because he is aggressive. Want to rehome him since our dogs do not seem to like him and growls back at them. I think he would do good in a home with no kids and someone who can give him lots of love.”

Greg L.: Isn’t that a fox?

Rayn: A coyote. 🙂

Genaire: Coyote

Tammy S.: It’s not a dog?! So it can’t be in anyone’s home. Thought it was a dog. Well he/she belongs in the wild.

Rayn: This reminds me of another classic:

"Cat found! I found this guy the other day on my back porch. I tried feeding him and it turns out that he is not very friendly because I think he may be scared. Not quite sure the breed but I am assuming he is part Siamese. I have him in a crate because he is not really house broken. If he is yours please reply."

“Cat found! I found this guy the other day on my back porch. I tried feeding him and it turns out that he is not very friendly because I think he may be scared. Not quite sure the breed but I am assuming he is part Siamese. I have him in a crate because he is not really house broken. If he is yours please reply.”

New Analysis of Ancient Cave Paintings Suggest Women to be Artists Responsible

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Ancient cave paintings

Ancient cave paintings

Were the First Artists Mostly Women?:
http://www.whitewolfpack.com/2016/08/were-first-artists-mostly-women.html

Handprints in ancient cave art most often belonged to women, overturning the dogma that the earliest artists were all men.

Women made most of the oldest-known cave art paintings, suggests a new analysis of ancient handprints. Most scholars had assumed these ancient artists were predominantly men, so the finding overturns decades of archaeological dogma.

Archaeologists have found hundreds of hand stencils on cave walls across the world. Because many of these early paintings also showcase game animals—bison, reindeer, horses, woolly mammoths—many researchers have proposed that they were made by male hunters, perhaps to chronicle their kills or as some kind of “hunting magic” to improve success of an upcoming hunt. The new study suggests otherwise.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Ancient home-making? 🙂