The holiday island of Mauritius is known for its beautiful beaches, tropical climate, heritage sites and wildlife. The Ministry of Tourism is working hard to boost the islandâEUR(TM)s image as a green ethical tourist destination.
Greyhounds in the racing industry are born for one reason only -- to win races. So what happens to the ones who are simply not fast enough to be 'winners'? They are considered 'worthless' and, 9 out of 10 greyhound pups will be killed before they ever
PETA has learned that the Canadian government has arranged to purchase monkeys from the notorious Florida-based monkey dealer Primate Products, Inc. (PPI), which imports primates taken from the wild or bred on squalid factory farms in order to sell them
Horses are unthinkingly bought for pleasure and then are unfed and abandoned when they are sick, in pain or dying. They're tossed out on the streets or in refuse dumps, overburdening the police and other people who try to help
It is 2015 and Covance continue to conduct inhumane, cruel and often ineffective clinical experiments on animals in the name of science and progress. It is a shocking betrayal of trust, we didn't ask for it, many countries have banned animal experiments
She was weak, starving,likely injured, and only traveled this close to humans because she was desperate to find food and shelter for her little daughter ( story updated from 2010).... Featured story on today's Animal News Sentinel .
To mark the beginning of the pheasant shooting season, yesterday we released a new film called 'Cruel Game' which reveals the cruel truth behind the life cycle of the pheasant - a non native bird raised to be killed for sport in the UK.
The first step in training baby elephants to perform is to destroy the bond between them and their mothers. To do this, Ringling Bros. trainers drag the babies away from their mothers. For up to 23 hours a day, the babies' legs are tethered