n August 2016, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) published final regulations governing the killing of bears, wolves, coyotes and wolverines on National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska including nearly 20 million acres of Wilderness on the Refuges.
According to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Wyoming is greatly lacking in their protection of animals, being near the bottom on the State Animal Protection Laws Rankings. These rankings are based on animal cruelty statistics from various states and
Wildlife officials in Washington State plan to exterminate an entire pack of endangered gray wolves. The Profanity Peak Pack contains at least 11 wolves, including six adults and five pups earlier this summer. Two, one a breeding female, have already
The State of Washington wants to kill Wolves and their Pups because the Wolves needed food for them and their young so they killed six cows.
We need to stop this cruel act against these beautiful animals.
It is highly disturbing that people can find great pleasure at the cost of an animalâEUR(TM)s life. Activities like dog fighting, running of the bulls, cock and bull fighting are horrifically popular among spectators and makes one wonder how they can enjoy