Jul 05, 2022
Change Ad Consent Do not sell my data Fiona the Pig Was Kept in a Dark Basement Without Food For Six Months. Today She Has Her Own Play House and Pool!
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When TikTok user @katelynnroot fostered Fiona, she was in really rough shape. Not only had her previous owners thought that she was a male, but her living conditions were terrible, and she was not being properly cared for. Fiona was being kept in a lonely, dark basement without proper light or nutrition for six long months.@katelynnroot gave her TikTok viewers a trigger warning before panning to a video of Fiona in her new backyard. @katelynnroot #rescue #pigsoftiktok #abuseawareness #neglect #triggerwarning #ShowYourJOWO #FORDfortheBuilders #LIKEABOMBSHELL ♬ original sound – Katelynn Root
Due to her history of neglect, Fiona developed a severe skin infection that made her extremely uncomfortable and upset her stomach. The vet had to keep giving her treats to keep her from squealing during her checkup, said @katelynnroot. Fiona’s new home is a big improvement from her previous one. She gets to enjoy nature and be outdoors, she has leaves to play around in, fresh food and water, her own play house to hide out in, and a kiddy pool to cool off in when it gets hot! Although she’s much happier in her foster home, she is still very shy. @katelynnroot suspects that it may take a little while for Fiona to trust people again, but she has full confidence that it will happen when she’s ready!@katelynnroot Donation link in Bio #update #fiona #rescue #pigsoftiktok #abuseawareness ♬ original sound – Katelynn Root
There are so many reasons why we love pigs. They’re intelligent, sociable, sweet, and loveable animals that deserve the best. Just like the cats and dogs we welcome into our homes, pigs have friends and are capable of forming deep bonds with their human caretakers. While Fiona had a tragic experience with her previous owners, who badly neglected her health and wellbeing and left her in a basement, she is one of the lucky ones who ended up in a loving foster home! Fiona will now get to live out her days around compassionate humans who will never neglect her and plenty of animal friends to keep her company.@katelynnroot Donation link in bio #update #rescue #fiona #pigsoftiktok #abuseawareness #asmr #eating ♬ original sound – Katelynn Root
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Biden to roll out new guidance to universities to protect abortion access in speech marking 100 days since Roe was overturned
US President Joe Biden addresses the nation at the White House in Washington, DC on June 24, 2022 following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade.Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images
President Joe Biden plans to highlight GOP efforts rolling back access to abortion in a speech Tuesday marking 100 days since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade's constitutional right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy.
More than a dozen Republican-led states have effectively banned abortions since the court's Dobbs v. Jackson ruling that gave that authority back to the states, most of which don't allow for exceptions for rape or incest. The changes have impacted nearly 30 million women of reproductive age — 22 million of whom cannot access abortion after six weeks, according to the White House.
"Extreme abortion bans are having consequences that extend beyond abortion, including reports of women being denied access to necessary prescriptions and contraception at pharmacies and on college campuses," Jennifer Klein, director of the White House Gender Policy Council, wrote in a memo ahead of Biden's meeting with his Task Force on Reproductive Healthcare Access.
Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris plan to speak at the event, rolling out new guidelines from the Department of Education reminding universities of their requirements to protect access to abortion as well as $6 million in new grants to protect and expand reproductive services, according to Klein's memo.
The speech comes a month out from the midterm elections where Democrats are at risk of losing control of one or both houses of Congress, giving Biden an opportunity to highlight the administration's work on abortion and essentially campaign for candidates locked in tight races.
Republicans in Congress are already looking to further restrict abortion access. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina introduced a national abortion ban that would have the penalty of jail time for doctors who perform them.TVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen