Many of these wild species, once considered common, are now in decline due to pervasive threats such as habitat loss and disease. The long-term survival of many wild felids and canids is in serious jeopardy.
The Governing Council has approved the draft of the new Hunting Act of Castilla-La Mancha; hunters are rewarded, and subsidized; allowed to kill dogs and cats, plus have public use of forests punishing those who disturb the hunting!
" On December 3rd, Jack Gangwish pulled over his car and attempted to grab a wild raccoon to take a picture with the frightened animal. When the raccoon bit Gangwish," Feature story on today's Animal News Sentinel.Also...Petition in article.
Video- It's amazing. He now runs two to three miles a day. We might all pretend to be cynics on the internet nowadays, but seeing the delight of a dog who can freely run around for the first time is sure to reach your heart.
A bear cub is on the mend after getting help from the Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre in Sudbury. The cub was found wandering on a road near Wawa last Friday. The person who found him picked him up and fed him some peanut butter.
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Approve conviction of neglectful alpaca ranch owner in Oregon. He had 200 alpacas on his ranch but 50 alpacas died due to unfed or abused. At court, he had guilt verdict of 2 felonies and over 15 misdemeanors charges of animal abuse to the ranch owner.
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Our beloved Rottweiler Porter has cancer and there is nothing to be done. He deserves the world to know him. To love him.
" Under the bill, any person who purposely kills a dog, horse or other animal owned or used by a....." ~Very short article and a Must read!.Did'nt they miss something here? Feature story on today's Animal News Sentinel.