____ An update from the City of Providence to the public on Monday, March 31, 2014: The City of Providence is currently responding to the ongoing health outbreak as it is related to the production of contaminated feed. In fact, both of these events are part of a pattern of animal disease outbreaks that is likely extending into the city. In the past, outbreaks of disease have taken place at various facilities throughout the city. Additionally animal welfare and the environment are at constant threat, as no antibiotics are currently available to treat the diseases. For this reason, the City’s Emergency Operations Center is working closely with the Providence Animal Control & Rehabilitative Services Division to assess the situation. Since the announcement on the Department of Health’s webpage, the City has seen an extensive number of animals come under the microscope due to the possible exposure to contamination. It is anticipated that there may be further cases being exposed before the outbreak is resolved. As a result, the Public Health Department will continue to work with these organizations to find potential sources and help ensure there is no further animal danger to the public. The public can visit www.health.ri.gov/bluemeter to find out how you can reach our team. Please continue to monitor our websites for additional updates until we are no longer able to respond to your queries. City of Providence: Office of Emergency Services Phone: 401-715-3700, ext. 507 Ext. 6891 City of Providence Fire & EMS: 561-266-1020 Ext. 2133 Providence Fire Station #6 , Division 2, 24th Street & Center Road, Providence Providence, Rhode Island.
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(NaturalNews) The human race has a long history of killing its own livestock to feed its own human population. The practice is so pervasive that it has been classified as a form of “extermination”, or worse, and in America, it is called “dissection” in modern times (that’s right, “dissection” is also a word used nowadays to refer to animal slaughter).It is estimated that tens of millions of animals are killed annually for food by our society - the majority for the meat, dairy, eggs, and poultry markets. Not only that, but as many as 80 percent of all livestock for slaughter are destined for slaughterhouse at some point of time before being made available for consumption in the human diet and by eating them that is to say, we already kill hundreds of millions of animals each year to feed our own meat, dairy, eggs, and poultry.The animal right is being abused daily to feed our massive human appetites and the suffering continues at the expense of millions of innocent animals, which we’ve been told we can all do nothing about.but we can!”I have to do all they do to protect the environment” is the phrase that’s been used by many industry executives to describe the industry’s policy goals. With massive overpopulation (over 7.5 billion animals for every person on Earth), the animal rights movement seems to be using the environmental movement to boost its numbers and raise their profile while simultaneously keeping the media and even the larger public at a complete loss for words. That seems to be their strategy, although it’s also worth noting that animal advocates are the ones that often advocate the “reducing exploitation of animals” line.While it is true that there are various reasons for the slaughterhouse industry’s abuses such as animals living in confined spaces, too few animals, poor conditions, and environmental destruction the “reduction of exploitation” talking point never seems to make any sense because it isn’t even true. The human population is growing rapidly, and in response to the massive increase, it has become apparent to our livestock industry that it can make money off the livestock and on the environment. All of that, in fact, is completely in consonance with its own policy goals, which are to maximize profits and kill the animals the most efficiently it can regardless of the damage to the environment. The animals that are killed are the cheapest and easiest to produce, and the killing only allows the animals to make more money for those at the top of the animal food chain.In fact, as shown in the article, it is clear that at the base of the animal food chain, it is no longer about “feeding” an individual to death; it is about maximizing the profitability of large corporations and the slaughterhouses particularly those that are making a killing from the slaughterhouses of both animals and land.In fact, I’ve been involved in exposing this illegal slaughterhouse business from the very beginning not as an animal activist, but as an investigative reporter and reporter for American Press . That’s because I was working for a very large farm that was involved in using the animals that the American Press was exposing on animals that were living in conditions we could not tolerate at all. It was not what we were looking for and ultimately it was very difficult to obtain confirmation with the animals being used in the show, but it was enough to see what was happening.It