Howard Stern’s wife wants to educate her millions of fans on the dangers of summer for wild and domesticated animals, and what better way than to draw them, but with heartstopping bikini photos!
Beth Stern just melted down Instagram again by sharing a mind-blowing bikini picture of herself, taken by the King of All Media himself. In the sexy snap, Beth is standing in a beautiful flower garden, sporting a purple string bikini that shows off her ripped physique.
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As you can see, Beth pointed followers to her latest blog for the North Shore Animal League, where she educates on the problems with the summer holiday for animals and people doing rescue work. Now, that she has your attention with a few smoking hot bikini pictures, here is what is really important…
Mrs. Stern begins by explaining how hard July 4th is on animals of all kinds. The loud noises and flashes of light can have terrible effects on all kinds of species.
“Summertime is supposed to be a season of fun in the sun and lazy days with lots of time to do all the things you love, like reading, walking on the beach, and gardening…or just plain doing nothing at all. But for people dedicated to animal rescue, summer can be frustrating and heartbreaking. Let me begin with Independence Day!” Stern wrote.
She continued, “Sorry, but I hate fireworks, and so do my cats and every animal I’ve ever known. And the violent pops and flashes aren’t limited to July Fourth; many people begin their own events days before the holiday, and the bangs, whizzes, and loud booms terrify both people and animals.”
Adding, “People suffering from PTSD, those on the autism spectrum, people exposed to gun violence, and farm animals… they all suffer. Wildlife is horrifically affected as well. Birds, bees, and butterflies lose their sense of direction. Plus, I have a family of deer living in my backyard that I couldn’t stop thinking about. How scared the mama must have been as the fireworks were blasting away.”
As in the past, Beth describes the horrible aftermath of the 4th of July parties, which includes trash and balloons piling up on the beach. “I spent most of my July 5 walk on the beach picking up broken glass, balloons, garbage, bottles…and more balloons. What goes up, must come down and so many of those party balloons end up in the ocean where animals get caught in the strings or ingest the latex and metallic plastic that balloons are made of. And they suffer and die. I repeat: Not worth it!” she wrote.
In the end, Beth reminds everyone that summer also brings unbearable heat and neglect, and abandonment from animal owners.
See Her Entire Blog Entry…HERE!
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