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Download: 2004 Wild Bluegreen™ Algae Report
During August Celebration 2002, Carol Bennett presented information
provided by the All Creatures Sanctuary, which recently conducted
a nine-month study of 670 animals. The study noted significant improvements
in many areas. Carol also presented fascinating results from the
Rocky Mountain Wildlife Conservation Center. The information that
was provided by both sanctuaries is presented below:
Rocky Mountain Wildlife Conservation Center is DBA The Wild Animal Sanctuary
All Creatures Sanctuary
they couldn't tell you in words, our Animals at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado, are very grateful for
Wild Bluegreen™ Algae in their diets.
The 23 year old non-profit sanctuary is committed to giving the
very best of care to all the Great Cats and Bears we rescue. After
years of developing an exceptional diet for Captive Wildlife, Wild Bluegreen™ Algae was added in 1999, bringing an even higher degree
of nutritional excellence, resulting in remarkable improvements
in existing conditions.
"Many of the Animals we rescue come from really terrible situations,
and some with serious medical conditions caused by improper diet
and nutrition," states Center Founder/Director Pat Craig. "We
like using Wild Bluegreen™ Algae because it's a natural food, and
the results we see with the Animals are truly amazing!"
The 80 Animals at The Wild Animal Sanctuary are fed 6,000 pounds of specially blended
raw meat, fruits, vegetables, grains, cereals, and breads each week,
Wild Bluegreen™ Algae from New Earth.
Wild Bluegreen™ Algae is highly recommended by Freckles, Zeus,
Tigger, Baloo & all the other Great Cats and Bears at The Wild Animal Sanctuary!
|Some of the ways Captive Wildlife at The Wild Animal Sanctuary have benefited from Wild Bluegreen™ Algae:
Metabolic Bone Disease (a common - and sometimes deadly
- problem for captive wildlife raised on milk replacement products)
- Wild Bluegreen™ Algae helps supplement the diet and put back missing elements that
help build strong bones.
Skin and Coat Conditions - Animals kept in toxic situations
(roadside stands, with constant diesel gas fumes) and climates unsuited
to their natural habitat suffer a variety of maladies - loss of
hair, frostbite, poor coats - Wild Bluegreen™ Algae improves such conditions.
Malnourishment - nearly all captive wildlife are subject
to malnourishment if they are kept outside licensed zoo and accredited
sanctuary systems. Even "enough" food is not usually the
"right" food. Wild Bluegreen™ Algae stimulates appetites and food absorption,
improving the overall metabolism of the Animals.
Joint Health - Many captive wildlife are confined in concrete
cages, with no chance to exercise in a naturalized habitat. Discomfort
is common in the joints, especially elbows, of Great Cats who have
only concrete to lay on. Wild Bluegreen™ Algae goes a long way toward relieving the
pain and tenderness, while improving joint health, too.
Of the Sanctuary's 74 Animals (Lions, Tigers, Bears, Jaguars,
Leopards, Mountain Lions, Servals, Bobcats, Coati Mundi), seven
serious cases have been improved or eliminated through the use of
Wild Bluegreen™ Algae, and all the other Animals have derived benefit
in the various ways already listed.
"We recommend Wild Bluegreen™ Algae to all our colleagues
in the American Sanctuary Association, and The Association of
Sanctuaries, the two accrediting bodies to which we belong,"
states Craig. "We've seen it do wonders for the Great Cats
and Bears at our Sanctuary, just like the documentation on domestic
and farm animals claims."
For the past Six years, The Wild Animal Sanctuary has incorporated Wild Bluegreen™ Algae into its Food Plan for the Great Cats and Bears who have been rescued by the non-profit sanctuary.
In 1999, The Wild Animal Sanctuary teamed with New Earth through the Animal Connection Network to provide added value to the diets of the
animals the Center has saved. Many, many animals have prospered from the inclusion of this product in their diets. In particular,
Wild Bluegreen™ Algae was directly responsible for a remarkable story of swift, dramatic improvement – and full recovery – of a
Mountain Lion who was rescued from living in sub-zero conditions in Minnesota. The owner of this animal allowed him to become
frost-bitten from lack of fur, a condition exacerbated by rough, bleeding skin
.“Kiowa,” a six year old Mountain Lion, was rescued along with two Tigers, a
Black Leopard, and another Mountain Lion, from a private owner in Minnesota.
A law was recently passed in that state making it illegal to own exotic cats and
bears without the proper licensing. (The Wild Animal Sanctuary has made a number of rescue
trips to Minnesota this year because of this new law.)
All of the animals from this particular rescue
in February, 2005, were extremely thin, and
some were nervous and afraid of people. “Kiowa” the Mountain Lion had added
stress – his entire hind quarters were stripped
of any fur, and he had scabs and bleeding
sores throughout that area of his body. He
lived outside in sub-zero temperatures all
winter, with a small lean-to wood shelter,
prior to being rescued by The Wild Animal Sanctuary. As a
Mountain Lion, however, in his natural
habitat in the wild, he would not have even
looked for a den, as only pregnant mothers
seek dens. Something was horribly wrong
with Kiowa’s nutrition and way of life on the
Minnesota farm where he was living!
Upon arriving at The Wild Animal Sanctuary, Kiowa was given a
large pen with an insulated house, and
immediately put on The Wild Animal Sanctuary’s special diet of a nutritious blend of meats, with Wild Bluegreen™ Algae added as a supplement. Improvement in his skin and coat became noticeable very
quickly. Not only did Kiowa begin to re-grow the fur he was missing, the sores and bleeding
spots began to heal, and fur began to grow in those wounded areas as well.
Within five months, Kiowa has re-grown all his fur, and he shows no signs of the difficulties he
had with his skin. He has also gained weight, and has become friendly and sociable – quite unlike
his state when he was rescued from Minnesota earlier this year.
Wild Bluegreen™ Algae has helped tremendously to give Kiowa his health back, and has
contributed to his becoming stress-free and happy in his new home at The Wild Animal Sanctuary.
Thank you, New Earth!
“Kiowa” has since recovered fully -
and has a rich, beautiful coat - and
amazingly shows no sign of the
hideous condition he arrived in!
Some of the ways Captive Wildlife at The Wild Animal Sanctuary have benefited from Wild Bluegreen™ Algae:
Metabolic Bone Disease (a common - and sometimes deadly - problem for captive wildlife raised on milk replacement products) - Wild Bluegreen™ Algae helps advanced conditions and reverses those in cubs.
Skin and Coat Conditions - Animals suffering from being kept in toxic situations (roadside stands, with constant diesel gas fumes) and other small enclosed cages suffer a variety of maladies - loss of hair, frostbite, stress - Wild Bluegreen™ Algae improves and often remedies completely such conditions.
Malnourishment - nearly all captive wildlife are subject to malnourishment if they are kept outside licensed zoo and accredited sanctuary systems. Even "enough" food is not usually the "right" food. Wild Bluegreen™ Algae stimulates appetites and food absorption, improving the overall metabolism of the Animals.
Arthritis and Other Joint Conditions - In addition to arthritis, captive wildlife in concretecages have no chance to exercise in a naturalized habitat. Pus sacs and associated pain are common in the joints, especially elbows, of Great Cats who have only concrete to lay on.
Wild Bluegreen™ Algae goes a long way toward relieving the pain of these conditions, and improving them.
Of the Sanctuary's 155 Animals (Lions, Tigers, Bears, Leopards, Mountain Lions, Servals, Bobcats, Coati Mundi), 17 serious cases have been improved or eliminated over the last year via Wild Bluegreen™ Algae, and all the other Animals have derived benefit in the various ways already listed.
|Wild Bluegreen™ Algae has been a real blessing for the animals at The Wild Animal Sanctuary, and we thank you for all your wonderful support!
Our friends, Roger and Betty, visited their son in Florida and found his 11-year-old dog suffering with severe hip problems. Roger asked if they could provide Animal Algae for the dog. After two or three weeks, the dog was frisky and playful again. Roger wasn´t surprised since New Earth products are helping him, too!
- Barb and Doral Clark
Sauk City, Wisconsin