Category Archives: Human-Animal Relations

Back to Eden

© Anne Benvenuti, June 2017 Last summer, while I was walking northern England’s Coast to Coast Path, I happened into the town of Kirkby Stephen, a town whose unlikely mascot is the South American Macaw, a type of parrot whose … Continue reading

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The Animal Soul of Life (Beneath the Human Clutter)

© Anne Benvenuti | May 2017 Photo © Thomas Espinosa “I would say, if you’ve never seen a horse or touched a horse, just touch it. Because if you touch it, then you’ll feel the soul” (Farrah Akbar, age 8). … Continue reading

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SANCTUARY

It was two days after Donald Trump was elected to be President of the United States. We were stunned here, all of us, at the unexpected vote. I had been in the north of Britain the morning the Brexit vote … Continue reading

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Animals Again: New/Old Work

I continue to think and to write about my favorite topic, human-animal relations. I published four articles over the past year; and I am working on a new book,  more news on this soon. I’m excited about it! Meanwhile, here … Continue reading

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