Crummy Jobs for Animals

Animals volunteer for some really crummy jobs in this Earth life. It's always the fault of human beings when they are humiliated, overworked, physically abused, and forced into roles we find amusing or profitable or simply another venue for our own sicknesses and sociopathy.  Here are some examples of crummy jobs for which thinking, compassionate, ethical people should never recruit other sentient beings.

Let's rethink what animals deserve, and stop telling each other these things are cute, the animals enjoy them, or we have a right to heedless dominion instead of honoring our duty to provide stewardship. Stand up for the animals and let's get them out of these crummy jobs.

Add your comments about other crummy jobs you think animals shouldn't have to do for their people and continue the dialogue. No one can do everything, but each of us can do something!

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    Denise Norberg-Johnson

    Denise Norberg-Johnson is an Animal Communicator and Reiki Master, who also works with animals and their people as a Certified LifeLine Practitioner. As a former biology teacher, construction contractor, business trainer and financial writer, she has spent her life engaged in a continuous learning process. An award-winning speaker and author, she has been interviewed on television, radio, and in print, and anticipates the publication of her book, "Animals Know! - What Animals Teach Us" in early 2013. Denise's formal education includes an M.B.A., a Masters degree in Teaching, a B.A. in Biological Science, and an A.A. in Architectural Interior Design. When she is not reading voraciously, dancing as if no one is watching, or attempting to play her junior high school violin recital pieces, she amuses herself by annoying her husband Dave and their six rescued cats.

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