Built over 50 years ago with donated supplies and volunteers, the Regina Humane Society (RHS) building doesn’t reflect the community’s expectations for how animals should be cared for or how animals and people should come together, says the organization’s executive director. Read More
Badger cull – the end game The government has announced that Badger culling will be phased out and replaced with a cattle vaccine and plans more vaccination of badgers in the fight against TB read the full story here Want to her to know more about badgers Meet the Model – Brian the Badger
VEGANFIRST reports: Animal liberation is the social justice movement of our times. And here’s more proof that it’s growing: Harvard Law School has launched a programme teaching students how they can fight for animal rights. Called the Animal Law & Policy Clinic,it provides students hands-on experience in animal advocacy, touching upon legislation, policymaking, litigation, administration […]
By Theresa Braine as published on NYDailyNews.com “It would be a felony under the PACT Act to crush, burn, drown, suffocate, impale or sexually exploit animals“ “I wonder if this would apply to wild horses and burros being used, abused and killed by the mismanagement of the BLM and their contractors?” ~ R.T. U.S. House […]
This practice is downright medieval and barbaric. If you care at all about animals and animal welfare, please read the information below and do what you can to support wild horse advocates in their efforts to stand up to the Bureau of Land Management and put an end to this cruel and totally unnecessary sterilization practice.
After BLM Oregon posted this youtube video showing Dr. Leon Pielstick performing an ovariectomy via colpotomy on a “previously wild” mare, Rob Sharp, a Supervisory Wild Horse & Burro Specialist for the BLM’s Burns District in Oregon, sent the following email to 6 government employees (5 work for the BLM and one works for the Dept. […]
If the bullet had been a couple of millimetres in either direction, Vox would never have lived to come home.
Sometime between Sunday morning and Monday evening, the nearly two-year-old cat was roaming near his owners’ home in New Cornwall, north of Mahone Bay, N.S., when someone shot him in the back of the head at a range close enough to singe his skin.