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Animal Activist quotes by Tammy Blackwell
#1. Are you a murderer?"
"That depends, are you one of those animal activist[s] that believe meat is murder? #Quote by Tammy Blackwell
Animal Activist quotes by Peter Singer
#2. Surely there will be some nonhuman animals whose lives, by any standards, are more valuable than the lives of some humans. #Quote by Peter Singer
Animal Activist quotes by Tom Regan
#3. If you were aboard a lifeboat with a baby and a dog, and the boat capsized, would you rescue the baby or the dog?" Regan, "If it were a retarded baby and a bright dog, I'd save the dog. #Quote by Tom Regan
Animal Activist quotes by Ellen DeGeneres
#4. I'm not an activist; I don't look for controversy. I'm not a political person, but I'm a person with compassion. I care passionately about equal rights. I care about human rights. I care about animal rights. #Quote by Ellen DeGeneres
Animal Activist quotes by Tom Regan
#5. If abandoning animal research means that there are some things we cannot learn, then so be it ... We have no basic right ... not to be harmed by those natural diseases we are heir to. #Quote by Tom Regan
Animal Activist quotes by Norm Phelps
#6. If we are not able to bring the churches, the synagogues, [and] the mosques around to the animal rights view, we will never make large-scale progress for animal rights in the United States. #Quote by Norm Phelps
Animal Activist quotes by Wayne Pacelle
#7. We have no problem with the extinction of domestic animals. #Quote by Wayne Pacelle
Animal Activist quotes by Ingrid Newkirk
#8. We would like an end to pet shops and the breeding of animals. #Quote by Ingrid Newkirk
Animal Activist quotes by Ingrid Newkirk
#9. Six million Jews died in concentration camps, but six billion broiler chickens will die this year in slaughter houses. #Quote by Ingrid Newkirk
Animal Activist quotes by Paris Hilton
#10. I'm an animal activist. Many people say that I'm a hypocrite, because I eat burgers and stuff like that but I won't wear fur. But I'm not a hypocrite. I just only wear fake fur. #Quote by Paris Hilton
Animal Activist quotes by Al-Jahiz
#11. Animals engage in a struggle for existence; for resources, to avoid being eaten and to breed. Environmental factors influence organisms to develop new characteristics to ensure survival, thus transforming into new species. Animals that survive to breed can pass on their successful characteristics to offspring. #Quote by Al-Jahiz
Animal Activist quotes by Wallace Stegner
#12. A political animal can be defined as a body that will go on circulating a petition even with its heart cut out. #Quote by Wallace Stegner
Animal Activist quotes by Chief Dan George
#13. One thing to remember is to talk to the animals. If you do, they will talk back to you. But if you don't talk to the animals, they won't talk back to you, then you won't understand, and when you don't understand you will fear, and when you fear you will destroy the animals, and if you destroy the animals, you will destroy yourself. #Quote by Chief Dan George
Animal Activist quotes by Federico Tesio
#14. A horse gallops with his lungs, perseveres with his heart, and wins with his character. #Quote by Federico Tesio
Animal Activist quotes by Ama H. Vanniarachchy
#15. Humanity is not only 'great acts' spending thousands, putting your name on headlines. Humanity is to be kind to every living being, to be compassionate towards all, even to the tiniest animal, seen and unseen. Some people consider killing ants or pest normal, but I find it is an act of extreme cruelty. By killing them you violate their rights to live. We must remember that the earth and the universe belongs to all of us. We are just another species out of millions of species, and we share the universe with them and most importantly, remember that we belong to each other. #Quote by Ama H. Vanniarachchy
Animal Activist quotes by Roger Fouts
#16. Growing up on a farm taught me a reverence for all forms of life. We were a large and poor farm family, so that meant that we had to kill and eat our animal friends. When you do that you are aware of the sacrifice that someone is making so that you may live. My mother always made sure we were thankful for those precious gifts. #Quote by Roger Fouts
Animal Activist quotes by Barbara Delinsky
#17. Wildness in animals is a curious thing to us humans. Isn't that why people watch Animal Planet? Escape. Maybe that's why we watch. Animal behavior is elemental. It takes us back to a simpler time. #Quote by Barbara Delinsky
Animal Activist quotes by Victor Hugo
#18. Animals are nothing but the portrayal of our virtues and vices made manifest to our eyes, the visible reflections of our souls. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Animal Activist quotes by Doris Lessing
#19. I write because I've always written, can't stop. I am a writing animal. The way a silk worm is a silk-producing animal. #Quote by Doris Lessing
Animal Activist quotes by Dov Davidoff
#20. Met someone who works at the zoo. Apparently the panda is a nasty animal. #Quote by Dov Davidoff
Animal Activist quotes by Rachel Carson
#21. Along with the possibility of extinction of mankind by nuclear war, the central problem of our age has therefore become the contamination of man's total environment with such substances of incredible potential for harm-substances that accumulate in the tissues of plants and animals and even penetrate the germ cells to shatter or alter the very material of heredity upon which the shape of the future depends. #Quote by Rachel Carson
Animal Activist quotes by Mark Lawrence
#22. At the dockside I was pleasantly surprised to find the North wasn't all hairy men in animal skins. There was also hairy women in animal skins. #Quote by Mark Lawrence
Animal Activist quotes by Boria Sax
#23. Snakes can have dozens of young at a time, and so they are often symbols of fertility. They resemble vegetation, especially roots, in their form and often in the green and brown of their skins. The undulating form of a snake also suggests a river. A point of muscular tension passes through the body of a snake and drives the animal forward, like a moment moving along a continuum of days and years. Like time itself, a snake seems to progress while remaining still. In addition, the body of a snake also resembles those marks with a stylus, brush, or pen that make up our letters. Ornamental alphabets of the ancient Celts and others were often made up of intertwined serpents. It could even be that the tracks of a snake in sand helped to inspire the invention of the alphabet. The manner in which snakes curl up in a ball has made people associate them with the sun. #Quote by Boria Sax
Animal Activist quotes by Evangeline Walton
#24. Are these black cats like the hare?"

"No. They're smaller; they only want me to play with them. Fly away with them to a place on the other side of the moon. There's a garden there, all silvery-gold, and the cats and hares dance and jump round and round. They can jump so much farther than they can on earth; it's like flying, and they love it so. Sometimes I've felt as if I'd like to dance and jump through the air too, they looked so happy, and I've thought maybe if I did I wouldn't be afraid any more, but when I look they're all dancing round a Figure that sits still in the middle of the garden. A big black Figure with a hood on. And It hasn't got any face. Its face is so awful that It keeps it covered. And then I get so terribly afraid. And everything stops."

"And you see all that in the picture?"

"I don't know." She hesitated again. "I think it's partly dreams. After I've thought they were at the windows - the cats and the big hare. They sit there and watch, you see, after I've gone to sleep. But they don't come often. I don't usually know what's there."

She came closer and whispered, her blue eyes earnest and weird, "I don't think it's an animal hare. I think it's Aunt Sarai's hare, that maybe it came from hell. It isn't swearing to say that word just as the name of a place, is it? That's why people used to be so scared of witches' black cats, isn't it, because they thought they weren't earth-cats, they were from the devil? Mothe #Quote by Evangeline Walton
Animal Activist quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#25. We are all victims of the violence that animals suffer ... their liberation is also our liberation. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Animal Activist quotes by Gerald Durrell
#26. I hope that, in a small way, I am interesting people in animal life and in its conservation. If I accomplish this I will consider that I have achieved something worth while. And if I can, later on, help even slightly towards preventing an animal from becoming extinct, I will be content. #Quote by Gerald Durrell
Animal Activist quotes by Erik Naggum
#27. Some people are little more than herd animals, flocking together whenever the world becomes uncomfortable ... I am not one of those people. If I had a motto, it would probably be Herd thither, me hither. #Quote by Erik Naggum
Animal Activist quotes by Shivanshu K. Srivastava
#28. Just like an actor's name sinks into oblivion when people stop watching his films, if we refuse to engage in any form of animal cruelty then these inhumane things can't survive long. #Quote by Shivanshu K. Srivastava
Animal Activist quotes by Mercedes McCambridge
#29. Like so many other recovered alcoholics, I am to this day bewildered that it took so long for me to understand that there was no such animal as 'social drinking' for me; that it had nothing to do with my willpower or self-respect or moral fiber, that it was a simple biochemical intolerance to a drug. #Quote by Mercedes McCambridge
Animal Activist quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#30. A dangerous crossing, a dangerous wayfaring, a dangerous looking-back, a dangerous trembling and halting. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Animal Activist quotes by Lara Williams
#31. Don't believe vegetarians who tell you that meat has no flavor, that it comes from the spices or the marinade. The flavor is already there: earth and metal, salt and fat, blood.
My favorite meat is chicken. I can eat a whole bird standing up in the kitchen, straight from the oven, burning my bare hands on its flesh. Anyone can roast a chicken, it is a good animal to cook. Lamb, on the other hand, is much harder to get right. You have to lock in the flavor, rubbing it with sea salt like you are exfoliating your own drying skin, tenderly basting it in its own juices, hour after hour. You have to make small slits across the surface of the leg, through which you can insert sprigs of rosemary, or cloves of garlic, or both. These incisions should run against the grain, in the opposite direction to which the muscle fibers lie. You can tell the direction better when the meat is still uncooked, when it is marbled and raw. It is worth running your finger along those fibers, all the way from one end to the other. This doesn't help with anything. It won't change how you cook it. But it is good to come to terms with things as they are.
Preparing meat is always an act of physical labor. Whacking rib eye with a rolling pin. Snapping apart an arc of pork crackling. And there is something inescapably candid about it, too. If you've ever spatchcocked a goose- if you've pressed your weight down on its breastbone, felt it flatten and give, its bones rearranging under your hands- you wi #Quote by Lara Williams
Animal Activist quotes by Philip James Bailey
#32. Man is a military animal, glories in gunpowder, and loves parade. #Quote by Philip James Bailey
Animal Activist quotes by Maria Comninou
#33. At the same time we see the phenomenon of successful women adopting the standards of men with a vengeance. Will women's march to power ascendancy, won against all odds, mean that they too will choose to flaunt their preferences for red meat, animal skin, sport hunting, and even bullfighting? As women are swelling the ranks of biomedical science, many have adopted the practice of animal experimentation. Will animal exploitation become the ultimate symbol of equality with the white male? #Quote by Maria Comninou
Animal Activist quotes by Albert Einstein
#34. Man like every other animal is by nature indolent. If nothing spurs him on, then he will hardly think, and will behave from habit like an automaton. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Animal Activist quotes by Ernest Becker
#35. Children feel hounded by symbols they don't understand the need of, verbal demands that seem picayune, and rules and codes that call them away from their pleasure in the straightforward expression of their natural energies. And when they try to master the body, pretend it isn't there, act "like a little man," the body suddenly overwhelms them, submerges them in vomit or excrement-and the child breaks down in desperate tears over his melted pretense at being a purely symbolic animal. Often the child deliberately soils himself or continues to wet the bed, to protest against the imposition of artificial symbolic rules: he seems to be saying that the body is his primary reality and that he wants to remain in the simpler physical Eden and not be thrown out into the world of "right and wrong. #Quote by Ernest Becker
Animal Activist quotes by Christopher Henry Dawson
#36. The difference between God and the rational animal is far greater than that between man and the insect world, and it is inconceivable that the human intelligence can understand the process of divine revelation, even though he is the recipient of it. #Quote by Christopher Henry Dawson
Animal Activist quotes by Charles Scott Sherrington
#37. The brain seems a thoroughfare for nerve-action passing its way to the motor animal. It has been remarked that Life's aim is an act not a thought. To-day the dictum must be modified to admit that, often, to refrain from an act is no less an act than to commit one, because inhibition is coequally with excitation a nervous activity. #Quote by Charles Scott Sherrington
Animal Activist quotes by Bobby Underwood
#38. I was at least four-hundred miles from life of any kind on this particular night when it began to rain. It was one of those summer rains that come down in buckets but pass quickly. I had a full load and no desire to slide off into a ditch so I gradually slowed, the air brakes whining like a lonely animal in the deep darkness. I pulled off onto the gravel shoulder and that's when I saw her. I came close to rolling over her because of the rain as she lay curled up in a fetal position. Her entire body was shaking so hard it frightened me. The rain was pouring but she made no effort to move. #Quote by Bobby Underwood
Animal Activist quotes by Marcel Proust
#39. We say that we often see animals in our dreams, but we forget that almost always we are ourselves animals therein, deprived of that reasoning power which projects upon things the light of certainty; on the contrary we bring to bear on the spectacle of life only a dubious vision, extinguished anew every moment by oblivion, the former reality fading before that which follows it as one projection of a magic lantern fades before the next as we change the slide. #Quote by Marcel Proust
Animal Activist quotes by Keith Rosson
#40. Marvin, you're here now," Vale said. He stood up, his knees popping. "The food sucks. They have severed animal heads in the bar. I don't know if you know that." His cigarette sparked against the gravel and he ratcheted open my walker in front of me. "But you're among friends, okay, and you're still walking upright and taking solids. You're winning. Anything beyond that is thinking too far ahead #Quote by Keith Rosson
Animal Activist quotes by Carroll Shelby
#41. I love raising animals. I look at animals as more perfect human beings. I can relate to an animal. #Quote by Carroll Shelby
Animal Activist quotes by Dian Fossey
#42. The man who kills the animals today is the man who kills the people who get in his way tomorrow #Quote by Dian Fossey
Animal Activist quotes by Sy Montgomery
#43. Had a person attempted to taste me so soon after we met, I would have been alarmed; but since Athena was an octopus, I was thrilled. Although we couldn't have been more different - I, a terrestrial vertebrate constrained by joints and bound to air; she, a marine mollusk with not a single bone, who breathed water - she was clearly as curious about me as I was about her. #Quote by Sy Montgomery
Animal Activist quotes by Sarah J. Maas
#44. No one deserves to be whipped like an animal. #Quote by Sarah J. Maas
Animal Activist quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#45. Sometimes, humanity surprises me with all its lack of control over the primordial urges. These innate urges are the biological traits that make us similar to the rest of the animal kingdom. But the modern qualities that make us superior to all the animals are intellect and self-control. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Animal Activist quotes by Albert Camus
#46. You never believed in the meaning of this world, and you therefore deduced the idea that everything was equivalent and that good and evil could be defined according to one's wishes. You supposed that in the absence of any human or divine code the only values were those of the animal world - in other words, violence and cunning. Hence you concluded that man was negligible and that his soul could be killed, that in the maddest of histories the only pursuit for the individual was the adventure of power and his own morality, the realism of conquests. #Quote by Albert Camus
Animal Activist quotes by Tracy Hickman
#47. He remembered a dog - the only living thing they found in the entire village - curled around the body of a dead child. Caramon stopped to pet the small dog. The animal cringed, then licked the big man's hand. It then licked the child's cold face, looking up at the warrior hopefully, expecting this human to make everything all right, to make his little playmate run and laugh again. #Quote by Tracy Hickman
Animal Activist quotes by Anuradha Bhattacharyya
#48. In all my paintings, the animal is at the centre. Surrounding it are the things that define the animal. This is how beauty is characterized. You need to characterize beauty by association.
I have learned to worship beauty. Not ordinary beauty but that in its stormiest nature. #Quote by Anuradha Bhattacharyya
Animal Activist quotes by Henri Nouwen
#49. As long as we relate to the trees, the rivers, the mountains, the fields and the oceans as properties which we can manipulate according to our real or fabricated needs, nature remains opaque, and does not reveal to us its true being. #Quote by Henri Nouwen
Animal Activist quotes by Lucretius
#50. For it is unknown what is the real nature of the soul, whether it be born with the bodily frame or be infused at the moment of birth, whether it perishes along with us, when death separates the soul and body, or whether it visits the shades of Pluto and bottomless pits, or enters by divine appointment into other animals.
[Lat., Ignoratur enim, quae sit natura animai;
Nata sit, an contra nascentibus insinuetur;
Et simul intereat nobiscum, morte diremta,
An tenebras Orci visat, vastasque lacunas:
An pecudes alias divinitus insinuet se.] #Quote by Lucretius
Animal Activist quotes by Colleen Houck
#51. There was a muffled tap again, and I heard a familiar voice whisper faintly, "Kelsey, it's me."
I unlocked the door and peeked out. Ren was standing there dressed in his white clothes, barefoot, with a triumphant grin on his face. I pulled him inside and hissed out thickly, "What are you doing here? It's dangerous coming into town! You could have been seen, and they'd send hunters out after you!"
He shrugged his shoulders and grinned. "I missed you."
My mouth quirked up in a half smile. "I missed you too."
He leaned a shoulder nonchalantly against the doorframe. "Does that mean you'll let me stay here? I'll sleep on the floor and leave before daylight. No one will see me. I promise."
I let out a deep breath. "Okay, but promise you'll leave early. I don't like you risking yourself like this."
"I promise." He sat down on the bed, took my hand, and pulled me down to sit beside him. "I don't like sleeping in the dark jungle by myself."
"I wouldn't either."
He looked down at our entwined hands. "When I'm with you, I feel like a man again. When I'm out there all alone, I feel like a beast, an animal." His eyes darted up to mine.
I squeezed his hand. "I understand. It's fine. Really."
He grinned. "You were hard to track, you know. Lucky for me you two decided to walk to dinner, so I could follow your scent right to your door."
Something on the nightstand caught his attention. Leaning around me, he reached over and picked up my o #Quote by Colleen Houck

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