Sunday, 13 January 2013

Animal Abuse Pictures

Sources(google.com.pk) 
Animal Abuse Pictures Biography
 Vejay K Singh was born in Yorkshire in the North of England in1982. With Indian and Mediterranean ethnicity and a Christian background that shaped his spiritual beliefs and respect for the Natural world around him.
Ever since his early childhood he has always been fascinated by the Natural World and has always had an innate ability to interact with even the most aggressive of animals
 Growing up around family pets and the English countryside provided him with useful experience during his early years for a lifetime vocation. During his youth he enjoyed reading the works of other great naturalists like Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace which gave him aspiration to explore distant and exotic lands.
As a young boy he would often bring home sick or injured animals and care for them until they were fit enough to be released back into the wild. In fact the first of his many pets to come was a frog by the name of Freddy that came into his care with a broken leg.
 The six year old Dr Venom kept the frog in a glass tank and caught flies to feed it. A few months later he had nursed the frog to back to health and with a fully mended leg, Freddy was now able to hop back to his pond in the wild. A whole string of patients were to follow, including an old Jackdaw with a broken wing and a flightless pigeon that he once rescued from a group of tormenting boys. He has since rescued and cared for thousands of wild and domestic animals in several countries.
“There is nothing more gratifying than knowing that you helped a friend that would otherwise have perished. The most difficult thing about caring for wild animals is to eventually let them go.-
 I have always developed a lasting bond with every animal I have ever cared for; watching them get healthier and happier has its rewards. It is both a sad and happy moment when they are released back from whence they came, but it makes it all worthwhile”.
He continued to follow his wild aspirations, with the next step always being more challenging than the last. He developed a particular interest in poisonous animals and started to seriously research venomous predators by the age of ten when he acquired his first pet tarantula, a Mexican Red Knee.
“I was captivated by the hypnotic gait of my very first tarantula as it gently moved from one hand to the other - from that moment I was hooked on Spiders!”
At first his parents were concerned about this unusual if not worrying interest but they soon realised that it was more than just a passing phase and fully supported his ambitions by letting him use a spare bedroom of the family home to house his ever growing menagerie of exotic creatures.
Visits to zoological parks and museums ensued, becoming the regular weekend activity for the family.
“From the moment I saw the poisonous snakes and vipers in London Zoo, I developed a fascination for their deadly beauty – that would last a life time”
From the age of 10, Vejay has been actively involved in conservation projects. His career has been continuously followed by the media both on a local and national level in the United Kingdom where he was born and in Europe. He has won numerous awards for his achievements and work in highlighting conservation issues: 

 Conversing with Bill Oddie
Vejay became well known in the area and at school, holding several exhibitions and lecturing to paying audiences in aid of local charities. The media soon picked up on the ‘teenage naturalist’ who had become well known locally as Spiderman.

Animal Abuse Pictures
Animal Abuse Pictures  
Animal Abuse Pictures 
Animal Abuse Pictures 
Animal Abuse Pictures 
Animal Abuse Pictures 
Animal Abuse Pictures
Animal Abuse Pictures 
Animal Abuse Pictures 
Animal Abuse Pictures 
Animal Abuse Pictures  

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post a Comment