Think of the animals. It is all that people like Blazin Aubret and Tristan Careless have been doing. SInce the horrifying disasters that have been striking Japan started, possibly thousands of domestic and wild animals have suddenly found themselves out of their normal element. Some have been injured, many are just probably hiding in their own homes terrified, with their owners either injured or worse, or evacuated and unable to get back to collect them. This is so sad, and I know from personal experience pets just don’t take off to fend for themselves when their owners are missing, they pine, they wait and if injured they will suffer.
People can communicate their needs, animals can’t, so the best we can do is listen to our hearts and act on it.
If you are a content creator, please contact Blazin Aubret or Tristan Careless for info on how to be a part of this upcoming event. They need all the help and support they can get. Below is the notecard being circulated, there is also a video to watch so you can understand the dire needs of the animals, I suggest caution on watching that if you are anything like me.
In my opinion this would also be an incredible event for all of those Breedable people to get behind, spread the word, if you breed in SL you are an animal lover, do what you can to make a difference in RL too.
In this horrible Japan tragedy, thousands upon thousands of deaths, while every human life that has suffered, passed, or even hurt, I myself cannot also stop thinking about the thousands of animals in Japan that have also lost their lives. They have been left in homes while their owners fled for safety, they have been taken also, along the ravaged waves of the tsunami, never to meet up with their owners again, lost, cold, scared, and hungry.
I am asking you all to watch this video, and read this story:
Please understand that the human lives means just as much to me as the animals. I, as I said, am a HUGE animal advocate, and I feel that not as much effort is going towards the animals as they are towards the people. To me, they are worth just as much.
I, along with many other wonderful people who are involved are having a large fundraiser for the animals called “Project FUR Japan”
With the gracious donation of a sim by LeLutka, we are ready to get this started but we need YOU to get involved. This is how it will work:
Once we get enough people involved, we will open the sim for you to set up your creations. On the bottom of this notecard is a form I need you to fill out and return to either I, Blazin Aubret, or Tristan Careless.
Once we receive your name, you will recieve a folder with all the necessary information. All will be given more information and a script to put inside your creation to contribute 100% of the proceeds you make. The script is set to send the money to an alternate avatar so all money can be accounted for. The sim will be open for 2-3 weeks to collect donations for the cause. Documents will be sent and blogged with proof of the contributions made and that all monies were sent to the charity. The sim will be open for 2-3 weeks to collect donations for the cause.
I have investigated all charitys and have decided on a group calledÂ Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support (JEARS). This group is comprised of three private No-Kill animal welfare organizations in Japan; HEART-Tokushima, Animal Friends Niigata and Japan Cat Network. No animal rescued by JEARS will be surrendered to Animal Control (where they would be at risk for euthanasia after three days) under any circumstance. They rescue, reunite and rehome lost and abandoned animals
I am asking, all of you, every single one of you, and everyone you know, to help these animals. We cannot be successful without you! We need bloggers too! So if any of you blog or know bloggers please contact us.
Please fill out this application if you are interested and return it to Blazin Aubret or Tristan Careless:
Additional Information for bloggers or interested parties:
Project FUR Japan promo video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEPj5HdJgsU
Thank you so much from us, and the animals!