Private property, thirsty pigs, and compassion

Following a BBC article on thirsty pigs, (May 4, 2017: Woman who helps thirsty pigs evades jail http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-39799514), Goose and Hawk reflect on compassion, life and death, private property, and common sense. Goose: hello Hawk, what’s new in the Domain today? Hawk: it’s raining, everybody is seeking shelter and hunting isn’t easy, but your call is a ray of sunshine….

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Is it better to be protected or free?

Following a decision made by the Taiwanese government to ban the consumption of dogs and cats (see BBC article, April 11, 2017: Taiwan bans slaughter of cats and dogs for human consumption – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-39573426), Goose and Hawk wonder whether it’s a real progress, or just a superficial change. Goose: Hawk, do you hear me, do you…

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Do you need to be human to have rights?

Ref: BBC article of April 5, 2017: Could making the Ganges a ‘person’ save India’s holiest river? – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-39488527 Goose: Hawk, before I leave, here’s another story … Hawk: … oh, you’re leaving! Are you going south? Goose: yes, and a little further to explore new countries. You don’t want to hear my story from…

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