Bucky the dolphin is 45 years old and recovering from cancer. Although currently in remission, he is still made to perform in demeaning entertainment shows twice a day, 365 days a year. tourist park called Dolphin Marine Magic in the NSW coastal town of C
This evil person, mistreated his dog, hanged him from the roof of his house, placed him in a shallow hole weighted down with a chain and cinder blocks so the dog was unable to raise its head. The poor animal had to be euthanized....
Despite the fact that thousands of people wrote comments protesting the approval of issuing a license to a commercial fur farm in Montana, the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) Department has gone ahead and approved it anyway.
The incident happened back in August 25. When the police arrived at the scene the dogs were locked in a cage in the back of his truck and left in the scorching heat for more than 5 hours with no shade or water to cool down...
Make a stand and ask the NSW Department of Primary Industries to take responsibility for the welfare of captive dolphins and ensure Dolphin Marine Magic meets the dolphin exhibition standards - or take away its licence!
A man tied a dog and dragged him to death on a road close to a town in South Serbia. People who witnessed it were horrified and called the police who found the man and raised criminal charges for animal torture. Animal protection laws do exist in Serbia
The $55.7 Billion/Yr. U.S. pet industry has been extremely fortunate in enjoying very strong revenue growth over the past 15 or 20 years, even prospering during the prolonged economic downturn of the early 2000's which adversely impacted so many others..
By shedding light on the horrors of the Dog Meat Industry, Swedish Media could help rescue the lives of thousands of innocent dogs and cats of South East Asia. Daily Mail, The Independet and The Sun, all have shared the campaign by Soi Dog Foundation. It
The law and society needs to recognize that people who set animals on fire, skins them alive or kills animals for pleasure has a antisocial behavior problem known as sociopaths. These are extremely violent crimes and should be treated as ones. Studies
Just recently, in Palm Harbor, Alabama, forty poor, sweet dogs were rescued from deplorable conditions at this Alabama puppy mill. Many of these animals spent their entire lives in cages. Rescuers stated that "They are poor defenseless babies that have be
Please sign and share this petition in an effort to demand that the Tiger Kingdom in Phuket, Thailand never allow tourists to get into their enclosures, putting them in danger of being scratched, bitten and mauled as Mr. Goudie suffered
While investigating the complaint the deputies saw several dogs in the yard as well as one already deceased and decaying. A foul odor was coming from the residence that smelled of fecal matter, urine and decaying carcasses. Several dogs were locked ...
This breakthrough will no doubt improve the chances of a population already on the brink of extinction in many areas. The prevalence of chlamydial disease in koala populations significantly reduces their breeding rate, Grabowski says.
What our live export investigators witnessed around the world this month can only be described as animal welfare atrocities.With repeat offenders freely reoffending, and industry cover-ups keeping Government, farmers, and the Australian public in the dark
Two killer whales are sitting in temporary facilities in Moscow--and their cries have been audible for months, animal advocates say. They are kept in terrible conditions in "solitary confinement"... Read on for details:
The wolf, which is wearing an inactive radio collar, is likely a gray wolf that dispersed from the northern Rocky Mountains. The intrepid wolf is currently fully protected under the Endangered Species Act
The zoo's COO insists the elephants do come first, and that they have an excellent quality of life. Critics argue the elephant enclosure is too small and Seattle's weather is too cold and wet. -3rd. attempt :)
By the 1960s, there were only 15 giant Galapagos tortoises left on the isle of Española, in the southeastern Galapagos Islands. For the previous two centuries these tortoises were ravaged by whalers, who stopped by this rocky archipelago, nearly 600 miles