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That was especially poignant for me as a child because I grew up stuttering. I was a very, very severe stutterer as a child, for as long as I can remember. Because I stuttered, people viewed me in different ways.
The New York City school system classified me as handicapped and in special needs, so I was put in special classes from kindergarten until sixth grade. I grew up very much inside of my own head. One is sing, because it opens up the air flow. The other, for psychological reasons, is you can speak to animals. I grew up in New York City. I would be mute all day long in school, and I would come home and speak to animals.
Tippett: Did that experience — is there a direct line between that and you growing up and studying biology and becoming a wildlife biologist? Do you think that set your path in life? Rabinowitz: Absolutely. Why nice people, seemingly normal people, will think nothing when their chameleon dries up and dies. Or their dog gets sick, and they euthanize it. There was a lack of feeling in all these actions towards animals.
I really could see that if animals had a voice, people would not treat them the way they do. I swore to myself as a child that if I was ever able to find my voice, that I would be their voice. I would be there for them. And we throw up roadblocks, constantly.