Change Changes Things

Change Changes Things

I understand why the animal lovers say we should not ware fur coats. Do those same animal lovers say we should not eat meat? I do feel better when I don’t eat meat. However, I must confess, occasionally I do. And I must also confess, I like it. A good hambuger, a good hotdog, Bar-B-Q some good ribs on the 4th of July is my way of saying Happy Birthday Country. Of course, people complain it does not mean the same for people of color. I don’t care if you are Black, White, Yellow or Red. Everyone is the same, as far as I’m concerned.
Yesterday I looked at Moe in his thick brown coat. He looked a little uncomfortable. This climate change is not working out too good for him. We humans can take off and put on if need arises, but animals can’t. I don’t have to worry about coats made from animals because there are few and fewer of them. This will make their coats more expensive. Eventually, it will be completely out of reach for most people.
When I was a little girl, I would cry when someone quoted the scripture that said “It’s the little foxes that spoil the vine”. My maiden name was Foxx. I did not want to be the one that spoiled the vine. Now, I think I would rather be a little fox. The big foxes get killed for their coats.
Today 3/12/17 here in Birmingham, Alabama it is cool again. Moe is okay. Soon he will shed his winter coat. At that time I hope it will not be too hot for him. He is an outside dog and no on one can force him to become an inside dog where he can come in and experience the cool air condition. There are more animals that are affected by climate change. We are all affected in some way; birds of the air, animals on land and even human who walk the earth. We should all become aware of what we are doing to mother earth. Industry, Law-Makers and even the common man should be cognizant of the little things we do.

The time of day we water our vegetation
The time of day we wash our cars
We should turn off the water while we brush our teeth
We should not over heat our homes.
We should turn off the lights in a room when we leave
Only cut our grass early in the morning or late at night.

There are hundreds of little things we can do. Moe is depending on us as well as some of the other animals. Remember, we need one another. It is not just important that we do this for ourselves but for future generations as well.

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