Scottish Fold cats suffer from a genetic defect that stunts the development of cartilage. Not only does it give them their distinctive ear-fold, but causes severe bone and cartilage abnormalities throughout their bodies that lead to severe and painful
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Rebel's family recently moved to New Kent and their neighbours have chickens. Rebel was only curious and wanted to make new friends. One morning he got loose - some of the chicken didn't make it. The Judge sentenced Rebel to death.
Johannesburg (AFP) - The shy, scale-covered pangolin is to receive the highest level of protection against illegal trade to try to save it from extinction, after a vote Wednesday by delegates at a global conference.
Mohammad Alaa Jaleel lives in Aleppo in Syria where he looks after more than a hundred stray and abandoned cats.
Many of the animals are pets that were left behind by their owners when they fled the city.
Empirical Brewery adopted 4 feral cats through the Tree House Humane Society's Cats at Work program. Breweries have grain and grain means pests. The cats protect the grain from rodents but never eat the rodents. The cats are free to roam the brewery.
Right now, dogs, rabbits, monkeys, and other animals are being abused in crude laboratory experiments. They can be poisoned, starved, deprived of sleep, mutilated, and killed. Animals feel the pain of these procedures, just as we would
Elephants need our help. Every day African elephants are being poached for their ivory. Did you know there are 10 times fewer Asian elephants on the planet than African elephants? Recent estimates number Asian elephants as less than 35,000 left
In a historic move, the Netherlands is taking a major stand for animal âEUR" and human âEUR" rights! The Dutch government is working to end all animal experimentation in the country âEUR" and PETA scientists were asked to help.
Alanna Devine, head of advocacy for the animal welfare group, said her agency believes the aspects of the law that target pit bulls are discriminatory and violate a provincial law that designates animals as sentient beings.