The creators of For The Animals believe it is important to provide our viewers with information that is educational, uncensored and that represents the best interests of the animals. Funding of For The Animals is made possible through contributions from our viewers. VVSA (Vermont Volunteer Services For Animals Humane Society) is a nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) and donations to our efforts are fully tax deductible. To make a donation, please make a check or money order payable to: VVSA P.O. Box 100, Bridgewater, VT 05034. Every dollar counts! We thank you for your continued support. Together We Truly Do Make A Difference!
Sue and Adam Steinberg discuss bill s162.The bill is designed to keep out undercover whistle blowers & video investigation regarding Livestock farming in the state of VT. The show contains extremely disturbing footage showing over phone interviews of two VT Senators with opposing views.
Sue interviews some very special Vermont Heros in animal rescue; Tim Puro of Puro's Coin & Jewelry, Todd Sawyer of The Pet Cage, Dr Bruce Legallais, DVM and staff at Eastwood Animal Clinic, all from Rutland, VT, and animal rescue friends, Elizabeth Neblit, Heather Bent, Heather Macintire, with group effort to find Ruth Bardwell's dog "Jeeter" a temporary home. i
Angelike Contis, videographer, director, producer and animal activist tells her experience with the tragic dog overpopulation in Greece. She shares "Muttumentary" with us that she had written & produced during her stay and work as a journalist in Greece.
Sue interviews Senator Harold Giard and Dr. Lynn Murrell, DVM about the Bakersfield cattle abuse (owners Todd Brown and Gary Barnes), their expertise and state statutes. Adam Steinberg interviews Kristin Haas, Director and State Veterinarian Division of Food and Safety and Consumer Protection Agency of Agriculture, on the phone inquiring, who is actually responsible for letting this atrocity continue. Unfortunately, he only gets the run around.
FTA #108 Bakersfield, VT Gary Barnes & Todd Brown investigated for 39 head cattle abuse (one dead). These animals wait in unbearable conditions until law enforcement issues citations & makes charges against the cattle owners.