World Animal Day

Yes, it is… and although for many of us Animal Day is Every Day 😉 remembering all those voiceless beings means learning to respect …all of them and help whenever we can! It’s a day of action worldwide for animal rights, celebrated on Francis of Assisi feast day, the animals’ patron saint.
click on the image and learn more about this day…


Disco Lies by Moby


Someday by Morrissey


Don’t Kill The Animals by Nina Hagen & Lene Lovich


Enjoy Friday and give those beings a thought…


12 replies »

  1. Yo are so sweet to remind everyone. (Listening to Dizzy on Oannes Blog) I usually play the songs, while I blog. It’s a good deal.
    So, for you and me, everyday is ANIMALS DAY!
    As a matter of fact, I’m drawing you as a Mermaid, Mermaid Marina. So, you will be 1/2 fish, and fish are animals.
    Hera should like that! xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

    Mermaid Holly will be hosting the Art Gowns Mermaid post.
    First though… I’m drawing Art Gowns Suits. I’ve done you up in one.

    • Oh, my that sounds brilliant! I can’t wait to see, as a mermaid and in s suit!!!! Hera would live it too! Yes, fish are animals too!
      Sending you Sunday kisses and love!!!! …from Hera too! xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

    • Hi Marina and Resa,

      I would like to concur with Resa about your reminding us of Animal Day, and I agree that every day should be Animal Day.

      Moreover, animal rights should extend to not just the welfare and wellbeing of animals but also their artistry and musicality. Given that you are an artist yourself and a connoisseur of fine music, you will definitely appreciate the many matters and ramifications raised in my post entitled “SoundEagle in Debating Animal Artistry and Musicality”, published at, which is simultaneously witty and serious about a number of outstanding issues, ending with a significant warning about the impending global ecological crisis.

      Happy November to you!

        • Hello Marina,

          You are very welcome! I am delighted to hear from you too. If you have been wondering about or noticing the scant presence of SoundEagle, then please kindly be informed that I have been away from the blogosphere for a long time until quite recently, as a result of having to deal with the daily demands of filial piety and caring duties, as explicated in the post lovingly crafted and published as a special multimedia eulogy entitled “Khai & Khim: For Always and Beyond Goodbye”, available at

          Please kindly take your time to read it as it is very involved and multidisciplinary. Moreover, this multimedia eulogy is very extensive and is best viewed on the large screen of a desktop or laptop. In addition, there are plenty of my musical compositions and arrangements for you to relish in the eulogy, should you be curious or inclined to connect with SoundEagle in the sonic domain through the universal language of fine music, as I have enjoyed some of the musical compositions, whether Classical, Romantic or Contemporary, that your blog has featured in various posts.

          I shall also await receiving your feedback or even your critique on my post entitled “SoundEagle in Debating Animal Artistry and Musicality”. There are quite a lot of detailed comments there at the comment section of the said post, and some of them should be of great interests to you too.

          By the way, if you are having trouble with accessing my posts or my blog, then please be informed that many of my multimedia posts will benefit from being viewed on a large screen of a desktop and laptop computer, since those lengthy multimedia posts and my blog could be too powerful and feature-rich for iPad, iPhone, tablet or other portable devices to handle properly or adequately.

          On the whole, I am very pleased to have the opportunity to return here to greet you, and to see that you are doing well in general.

          May you find this autumn and the rest of the year very much to your liking and highly conducive to your writing, thinking and blogging!

  2. Very good post Marina! Excellent. People can start by being more respectful of their own pets, because really, they are part of the family, so treat them well, and be kind.

Happy to hear your thoughts

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