Vancouver Animal Rights Campaigns (VARK)

Activists Uniting For The Benefit of Animals

Please Put Out Water For the Birds, Butterflies and Bees

Vancouverites and people from around the world.  We are in a huge heat wave.  In Vancouver we are 30 days of no rain, this is serious. If you imagine how hot you are, consider the poor little creatures struggling in hot city streets with out shade of forests, cool natural breezes that would naturally help cool and refresh and suffering without the, cool lands where water flows.  These creatures are struggling tremendously in this heat.  Please, please, please consider putting out food to help them regulate their core body temperatures.  Leave out bird seed for the birds.  They have to work hard to cool down.  Provide shade, a safe place and a bucket or bowl of fresh clean water, changed daily.

Our wildlife is suffering, incredibly.  Please help.

Sincerely,

VARC

 

Artist R. Tranter-2 Artist R. Tranter Artist R. Tranter-3 Ariel Rose-2 A Rose

Things of interest: The Honey Bee

“The saying “busy bee” is important when considering the bee as a totem. When a bee totem appears it is helpful to evaluate your activities. How much work are you getting done? Don’t ask yourself how busy you are. We can be very busy and yet accomplish little. The bee is very productive and doesn’t mess around. Bee teaches us to stay on task until the work gets done. Bees, like ants, live in a caste system. Ask yourself what role your are playing, queen bee, drone, or worker bee. Sweetness is also associated with the bee. Bees pollinate flowers, burrowing their mouths into fragrant blooms. Honeybees collect nectar to make their honeycombs. The stinger is also significant, a bee’s stinger represents sacrifice. The stinger is used as a defensive weapon, yet can result in death. When a bee totem appears you may need to ask yourself what needs to be sacrificed or let go of. If you allow yourself to let go of things that no longer serve you, the sweetness that may be in short supply will flow toward you more freely.”

 

 

 

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