A recent report from animal conservation group Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force stated that more than a dozen baby elephants were captured by poachers. ItâEUR(TM)s believed that these elephants will be taken to China, where they will be used as circus animals.
The sight of a lone goat tethered on a roadside in NZ has been and still is a common sight. This is a practice that needs to be prohibited and a code of welfare for goats needs to be developed that restricts tethering, provides for social contact,
There are only about 30,000 rhinos left in the world due to poachers killing them for their horns, which are sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars each. Many of these horns are hacked off of a rhino while it is still alive.
Dogs trying to breath even with their throats split. Blood spilled everywhere. Next canine forced to watch. China's dog slaughterhouses are above the worst of them all. Without laws protecting animals, dogs are hit, stabbed, choked and hung upside down WH
Nearly 80 percent of NATO nations have confirmed to PETA that they do not use any animals for military medical training exercises--including Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy
China will soon implement new animal protection laws for the first time in nearly three decades. The law, which is currently being drafted, seeks to reduce the trade and consumption of wild animals, an issue rampant in some parts of the country.
"This case graphically illustrates the cruel, inhumane, and illegal abuses that farmed animals are all too often subjected to at livestock markets across the country," says ..... Feature story on today's Animal News Sentinel..
Without government assistance, Spaske has adopted & saved more than 150 dogs. They have provided food, shelter & veterinary care for dogs through private donations. The city, who benefits from this free service, now wants to seize the dogs. PLEASE HELP!
Please see link to Petition at bottom of page. Thanks. Even though the world has taken notice of the dolphin drive hunt in Japan's infamous Taiji Cove, the capture and slaughter of dolphin pods continues regardless.
A needle and syringe containing sodium pentobarbital is passed through the chest wall and several layers of muscle into the heart. It's not to miss and accidentally punctures the lungs and causes them to fill up with fluid.
The use of CO chambers is inhumane to animals and dangerous to workers. If the animal doesn't die the first time they go back in for a second try. If they are healthy they die not from lack of O2 but instead from organs shutting down. Click to read more
" Seventy dogs from rescues across the country were featured on the two-hour Thanksgiving night telecast -- a show the producer hopes becomes a fixture in the future. More than 4 million..." Feature story on today's Animal News Sentinel.
while Gap Inc. has banned fur from all of its well-known brands, it continues to sell numerous fur items at INTERMIX, which has 30 stores and an online shopping site. INTERMIX sells fur from rabbits, coyotes, foxes, minks, and Asiatic raccoon dogsâEUR"anima
Urge the Embassy of Zimbabwe to do everything in its power to stop plans to capture more baby elephants from the wild and to rescue the babies currently awaiting export to zoos abroad. It's not too late for Zimbabwe officials to stop the export.
This is Lady Gaga sending a big F word to every animal activist out there trying to send a message that animals should be protected and now destroyed for fashion! Sign the petition and send her a message saying that animals should be protected!
Applaud charges against neglectigent veterinarian in Dalton, Illinois because a customer picked her dog up from the veterinary. She called the police to arrest the vet and his female employee. It was very extremely awful in the veterinary.
A tiny Japanese pufferfish creates a grand sand sculpture on the featureless seabed by using his fins to dig furrows. He uses this to attract the attention of passing females. [from documentary by Sir David Attenborough, titled "Courtship"]