This site accepts user-generated works and related third-party works (which may include copyrighted images, video, and text).

Content created by third parties is not under the control of “”.

We are under no obligation to scan the content associated with the Service for illegal or inappropriate content, and we do not do so. However, we respect the copyrights of others and it is our policy not to leave on “” material that we know infringes on the copyrights of others.

Whenever possible, “” will attempt to use only material that is within the legal right to use and protected by fair use laws and the Creative Commons legal code.

If you believe that any material on our site infringes your copyright, please first notify us by e-mail of the problem on our site. We take all copyright complaints seriously and will do our best to accommodate your request. If you prefer a more formal and legitimate issue, you may send us a formal DMCA notice. Upon receipt of a valid and complete notice, we will remove the material and make a good faith effort to contact the user who uploaded the material by e-mail to inform them that the article they submitted to “” has been corrected and that the material infringes their copyright.

Because “” is actively participated in by third parties and independent writers/publishers, we cannot process DMCA notices regarding sites hosted by third parties, nor can we guarantee a 100% reliable system to prevent the publication of copyrighted material, so Please understand that

This site is a publishing platform and animal bloggers often use copyrighted material in their comments and news while staying within the bounds of the law. Therefore, it is important to consider whether the material is being used in a manner that falls under the concept of fair use before submitting a DMCA notice. If you are unsure whether material posted on “” infringes your copyright or is protected by fair use, you should first seek legal advice.

Please be advised that you may be liable for damages (including costs and attorneys’ fees) if you communicate material or activities that infringe your copyright as materially false.

Your DMCA notice will be sent to the party that provided the material, as well as to third parties such as, and may include a note naming the copyright owner who submitted the infringement notice.