Most of you should know and understand how we feel about sharks. This is a great movement to help save sharks. The Fin Free Short Film is a celebration of the Fin Free campaign successes in six Ontario cities – Brantford, Oakville, Mississauga, Toronto, Pickering, and London – which have banned the possession and sale of shark fins in their jurisdictions. The film focuses on the positivity of the movement and the passion of the individuals supporting it, whilst raising awareness about the global issues facing sharks; including their destruction and plummeting population numbers due to finning practices. Instead of focusing on bloody images of dead sharks, or using generalizing incriminating language, the film takes an alternative approach to the issue by instead focusing on the people who love sharks and have taken steps to protect them through personal projects, legislative action or campaign support. Narrated by shark lovers of all ages, backgrounds, religions and races, the short film encourages other cities throughout the world to become Fin Free as well in order to save our sharks, our oceans, and our planet.
Alright everyone, so to the few that do know me I’m a huge Dog Rescue Advocate. We just received this email and these pups need a home. While I was living in Southern California we rescued our female Pit mix from an amazing Rescue. She has been everything one can hope for in a dog. If you’re in SoCal and you’re reading this please share it!
Via- Jamie www.petprojectfoundation.org