Ellen Lee DeGeneres is an American comedian, television host, actress, writer, and producer. DeGeneres starred in the popular sitcom Ellen from 1994 to 1998 and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since 2003.
The beautiful and empowering Ellen Degeneres has shed light on the reversal of the ObamaCare law of bringing elephant and lion ‘trophies’ into the United States of America. These ‘trophies’ are collected by hunting these gentle giants and keeping a part of their body as a ‘conquest’. While people think this exerts manliness and courage it does the exact opposite. Only a selfish, insecure man would kill an innocent animal to prove his worth. Ellen has created an initiative to donate money towards an elephant sanctuary which dedicates their time to the saving elephants lives and bettering their care. For every RT, or Instagram picture with the hast tag #BeKindToElephants she will donate to The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Fast Facts about Animals
Pigs are more capable of love and compassion than dogs
115,000,000 animals die per year due to cosmetic lab testing
In 2010, there were more farm animals in the U.S than humans on earth and over 56 billion farm animals are killed every year by humans
The meat industry is at high fault than all of the transportation in the world combined for greenhouse gas emissions
Fast Facts about Elephants
Female elephants are the dominant in the wild
Elephants have an extremely long memory
Elephants understand each other’s feelings
Elephants are ‘self-aware’
Elephants are capable of mourning death and bury their loved ones while staying at the grave for several days in mourning
Elephants are scared of bees
Elephants are the only mammals besides humans to have chins
Fast Facts about Lions
Lions live in groups (‘prides’) and are the most social of all big cats
Female Lions do the hunting in the wild while male lions protect territory
A lions roar can be heard up to five miles away
Lions don’t actually live in the jungle but in savannah or grasslands
Animals are capable of love, fear, pain, and laughter. As humans we tend to disengage with them because they don’t have the ability to talk to us, but animals carry unconditional love everywhere they go and we should be celebrating that instead of trying to kill it.