Katie Cleary & Peace 4 Animals present “Give Me Shelter”
I confess that I’ve worked among different live animal features, in university laboratories and on horse ranches in zoos, pet shops and sanctuaries. I thought I knew every reality and many every perspective and falsehood . But I was captured by this movie offguard. And it must get you off-guard.
Give Me Pound uncovers aside of the individual-puppy business program that is largely unfamiliar to the human client Katie Cleary and companion pet owner and unethical. It reveals the treatment of wild and domestic animals because they are commercialized and abused for uses and food, apparel, medicinals.
The documentary addresses to a selfish instinct and a selfish species. It speaks as humans to us.
Give Me Refuge delivers we proceed to rule in the place of only coexist. It's strong and moving memory of what we've completed and proceed to-do towards the voiceless. The video is unprecedented and interesting. Which is not as uninformative as it is disturbing.
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Give Me Shelter conveys a sad truth Katie Cleary through interviews with observed celebrity dog activists and qualified supporters. It sends our disregard for most customers of your pet kingdom and anything about absence thereof or our own sentience. Despite modern we may understand our community to become, this documentary establishes how much we have to proceed.
The film takes us on a quest of fresh dogs and cats from commercial puppy mills and catteries to retail retailers around the state. It shows companion equids' raw last times along with the terrible character of the horse slaughter sector.
The violence on manufacturer food animal farms and hair farms is also exposed by the film. It explores the lives of animals that are doing. Give Me Shelter reveals the hazardous and irresponsible tradein incredible pets in the united states. It broaches the topic of preservation along with the predicament of vulnerable and endangered species around the globe. It's a must view.
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The all-star cast contains Tippi Hedren, Alison Eastwood, Michael Vartan, Esai Morales, Charlotte Ross, Elaine Hendrix, Jill Wagner, Robert Davi, Kristen Renton and Oscar champion Ric O’Barry and so many more animal advocates and celebrities lending their speech to save creatures around the globe. Star pet activists Joanna Krupa and the Barbi Twins endorse it.