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Claudia Simone Brunner Lucky Farm
Tierschutz in der Praxis – Gnadenhof m. langfristiger Perspektive 23.7. / 15.10.11
Fachseminar für Verantwortliche im Tierschutz. Leitsätze, typische Praxisprobleme und Lösungsansätze. Teilhaben an Erfahrungen nach 20 Jahren privater Hartnäckigkeit. Rechtliches, Finanzielles, Betriebswirtschaftliches, Öffentlichkeitsarbeit. 13-17 h
(Teilnehmer min. 4, max. 15 – Kosten: Erwachsene € 40,00)
Förderverein Lucky Farm e.V., Sitz Würzburg, Geschäftsstelle Wassergasse 10, 97258 Oberickelsheim –Geißlingen
Fachliche Ausgestaltung und Durchführung:
Firma ‚Lucky Farm concepts & feeds e.K.’, Wassergasse 10, 97258 Oberickelsheim – Geißlingen
Tierhof Lucky Farm, Lehr- und Beispielhof für artgerechte private Tierhaltung, Wassergasse 10, 97258 Oberickelsheim – Geißlingen
An der B 13 Ochsenfurt – Uffenheim, BAB 7 Ausfahrt Ochsenfurt /Marktbreit (von Norden kommend) oder Ausfahrt Gollhofen/Aub (von Süden kommend)
Der Reinerlös der Veranstaltungen kommt direkt dem Förderverein Lucky Farm e.V. zu Gute.
Jackie Bojor World Animals Day - 4th October
World Animal Day is celebrated each year on 4 October. It started in Florence, Italy in 1931 at a convention of ecologists.
On this day, animal life in all its forms is celebrated, and special events are planned on locations all over the globe. 4 October was originally chosen for World Animal Day because it is the feast day of Francis of Assisi, a nature lover and patron saint of animals and the environment. Numerous churches throughout the world observe the Sunday closest to 4 October with a Blessing for the Animals.
However, World Animal Day has now gone beyond being the celebration of a Christian saint and is today observed by animal-lovers of all beliefs, nationalities and backgrounds.
Animal blessings are held in churches, synagogues, and by independent Animal Chaplains in parks and fields.[
Animal rescue shelters hold fundraising events and open days, wildlife groups organize information displays, schools undertake animal-related project work and individuals and groups of friends or co-workers donate to animal charities or pledge to sponsor a shelter animal.
Please let us know what you are doing for this year's Animals Day.
Thanks and all the best,
Jackie Bojor
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World Day for Farm Animals - October 2nd (Gandhi's Birthday): Pro-Veg/Pro-Earth RALLY in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA
Barnyard Trio (costumed members dressed as animals) waving to crowds and passing vehicles
Pro-Veg/Pro-Earth RALLY in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA
For new members, the Trio consists of MARC's really beautiful animal costumes that activists wear to put friendly faces on our work to get the truth out about farmed animal suffering and the easy vegan solution that everyone can choose. The trio includes Courageous Chicken, Cuddly Cow, and Precious Pig, and, believe us, this intrepid trio really works! Folks often line up to take pictures with the Trio. And those photos of the Trio and the slogans on the signs they carry go around the world via the internet and have also been filmed and shown on YouTube. All volunteers need to do is put on the suits and hold a sign. Waving and hugging little kids is optional. :) So if you can help, just answer this email or email us anytime at to let us know.
MARC Pro-Veg/Pro-Earth Cambridge Rally: Saturday October 2, 2-4pm!
WHAT: A public gathering to promote World Farm Animal Day & World Vegetarian Week (started by FARM - Farm Animal Rights Movement - in 1983), Gandhi's birthday (Oct. 1), and being veg/vegan, and to expose the truth about meat and the suffering and death of 10 billion farmed animals in the US each year (this doesn't even include freshwater or sea creatures). And to highlight the toll all of this carnage has on our fragile environment. Please forward to anyone you think might be interested in standing up for the billions of farmed animals.
WHEN: Saturday, October 2, 2-4pm.
WHERE: Harvard Square, Massachusetts Ave, across from Au Bon Pain and "The Pit" in Cambridge.
RSVP/INFO: or just answer this email or just show up. (Demo is weather permitting only. Check for postponement email or call 978-257-7062 on morning of protest.) Signs and literature provided.
WHY: For the pigs, chickens, cows, dairy calves, lambs, sheep, and goats. Over 90% of farmed animals live in horrible factory farms, where they are overcrowded, neglected, and never go outdoors. Worldwide, 51 billion farmed animals are killed each year. The suffering this represents is staggering. Hidden away, animals are abused and neglected in factory farms throughout the U.S. Female pigs, egg laying hens, and veal calves are kept in cages and crates so small that they cannot turn around. Common practices include tail docking, beak cutting, castration, branding, and forced impregnation, all without anesthesia. Starvation for 7-14 days (forced molting) is routinely practiced on laying hens. Animals' deaths are just as bad. They are dragged, terrified, to their deaths. They are often skinned while still alive. Chickens and other birds are killed without even the most lenient protections.
Most "food animals" are killed at such young ages, that if they were dogs or cats, they would still be called puppies or kittens.
DIRECTIONS: (Call on cell, listed above, on day of rally if you need on-the-spot help.)
Via Public Transportation (best option):
Take the Red Line to the Harvard stop; or take any number of buses that come to Harvard Square. For more information and schedules, visit the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) . Come up out of the T station and you will immediately need to turn right and right again as walking back aboveground over where you just came. (You are basically just going around the station.) We will be across the street to the left (And across the street from Au Bon Pain and "The Pit".)
By Car: (You can also go to: and type in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts.)
From the Mass Pike - East and Westbound): Take Exit 18 (Allston or Brighton/Cambridge). Go through toll booth and bear right towards Cambridge, then get into far left lane at set of traffic lights. At 2nd traffic light (before the bridge across from the Doubletree Guest Suite Hotel) turn left onto Storrow Drive; Soldiers Field Road; exit at Harvard Square. Turn right to cross the bridge. You will be on JFK Street headed into Harvard Square. Find parking (see below for info).
From The South (I-93 North): Heading north on Route 93 take the Mass Pike. Then see above under Mass Pike directions.
From The North (I-93 South): Heading south on Route 93 exit onto Storrow Drive west. Take Harvard Square/Cambridge exit, turn right and proceed over bridge and across Memorial Drive onto JFK Street and into Harvard Square. Find parking (see below for info).
From Logan Airport: As you leave the airport, follow signs to Rt. 90, Mass. Turnpike West. Then see above under Mass Pike directions.
Street parking is available on surrounding streets in Harvard Square but spots can be hard to find. One and two hour meters require payment (quarters only) Monday through Saturday between 8am and 6pm. Here is a map showing parking garages/lots:
Jackie Bojor International adoptions wanted - Please help
Hi Everybody,
Here are some animal welfare groups that would really need and appreciate your support with international adoptions of the stray dogs and cats that they rescue:
- RAR - Romania Animal Rescue:
- Paros Animal Welfare Society:;id=16091236
- Daisy Hope foundation Romania -;id=18480374
- The Bulgarian Society for Animal Protection and Preservation (BSAPP) -
- "PRO ANIMALS" Tg-Jiu (Romania) -
- Animal Friends Croatia -
- GIA – Group Initiative for Animals -
If you are travelling to Germany, Canada and other countries in Western Europe or North America and you can transport with you animals they are putting up for adoptions, please contact them for more details.
Jackie Bojor
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Hello Everybody,
Do you have any recent reports on international adoptions of unwanted animals?
Please let us know about them so that we can learn more from eachother.
Jackie Bojor


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