A New Future? Wildlife & Naturopathy


The Green Animals

Introduction

Due to many reasons like loss of habitat, decreasing prey densities, illegal poaching and the increasing illegal wildlife and pet trade, wildlife is facing more risks these days. Wildlife rehabilitation centres have their hands full taking care of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife which is a costly and time consuming process. The animals that are been taken care of are not only inflicted with stress (since they are living in captivity and handled by humans) and injuries but they can also suffer from traumatic experiences.

As we can see in the western world, we are now shifting from our standard routes and we are looking for alternatives or even complementary therapies in order to support not only ourselves but also animals. We are realizing that there is more than the conventional chemical medicines, also known in general as naturopathy or referred to as natural medicine. Some familiar therapies areā€¦

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Author: balancingshadows

Just little me, trying to wake people up, trying to help our mother earth. Always learning about me, about life. I am a therapist in natural medicine for animals and an animalcommunicator. Forever young, but an old soul. Passionate about music. Trying to rediscover my creative sides. Boring people with my "wisdoms" and quotes. Trying to accept the fact that I belong to the human race. Building up courage to take a leap of faith. These blogs are my thoughts, my emotions, my experiences, my truths. They are not based on any scientific facts or what so ever. I cannot take responsibility for my blogs causing you to experience any discomfort ;-)

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