Ractopamine, a so-called beta-antagonist, is a drug that boosts the production of lean meat in animals that cruel and painful means. The drug mimics natural stress hormones, causing an animal's heart to beat rapidly and pushing them to a frantic, frighten
The journalist Karl Taro Greenfeld published a comprehensive piece in Bloomberg Businessweek with the headline "Saving SeaWorld." The piece consists of a summary of the recent troubles facing the company after the release of the documentary "Blackfish,"
Ask Vanderbilt University School of Medicine dean Jeffrey R. Balser, M.D., Ph.D., to replace the use of animals in the school's emergency medicine residency program with validated human-based training methods.
If CARE Research retires its beagles from drug testing, a group that works with dogs released from laboratories will find homes for all 84 dogs currently owned by the laboratory--without expense to the company.
This dog was found last week in a severely emaciated condition near the 1100 block of 14th Avenue South in Seattle. The dog was left outside in temperatures below freezing and he was starving. His condition can be seen in the pictures.Sign the petition!
For the first time in more than 40 years, nearly every gray wolf in the Lower 48 could be stripped of protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service could announce its final decision to delist wolves any day now.
Pythons used for handbags are often skinned alive, their heads nailed to trees. They can remain alive for days after their skin has been removed, suffering in agony. Many of these endangered pythons are protected by law and are killed illegally!! CRUEL!!!
27-year-old Kirill Kombarov, from FC Torpedo Moscow posted online photos of his son's birthday party. The show included a performance from a live bear, who appeared while being tied up and muzzled. In one photo, Kombarov's 2-year-old sun, Timofei...
A recent government analysis found that there is a 75% chance that Shell's Arctic oil plans will lead to a major oil spill -- but our government may still let the company drill. With the lives of polar bears, walruses, and whales....
Groups contend BLM violated environmental laws by issuing Idaho for Wildlife, a pro-hunting group, a special-use permit to hold the competitive derby on BLM land. The groups said the agency didn't follow NEPA, more
Here you can find how the killing groups believe. Some unfortunately graphic dead wolves, but the artuicle should be instructive - theyr promote the false idea, that those who have compassion for animals are in it for $, when in fact . . read.
As the Arctic ice cap dwindles, so do the polar bears. In a two year span, from 2004 to 2006, a bear population living in northern Alaska and northwest Canada fell between 25 to 50 percent, before easing up to about 900 animals in 2010.
Shell Oil has plans to drill in walrus territory, but environmental groups won't let the company move forward without a fight.
Environmental law group Earthjustice is suing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to block drilling in walruses' Arc
The European Commission has the power to take steps to stop this, but as each day passes without action more and more animals continue to suffer.Please take action today. Email the Commission and call for an end to this suffering.