If your pet is joining you in the car then it’s really important to make sure they’re safe and can be transported in a way that will not cause injury or unnecessary suffering.
Monthly Archives: September, 2016
Many people have emailed the Vatican Press Office as part of a campaign asking the Pope to condemn the bullfight. But these letters do not seem to be eliciting a response.
Farming wildlife actually increases the hunting pressure to supply wild animals to the farms, while making law enforcement for wild taken specimens more challenging. Taking wild pangolins into captivity is too risky given they are already in steep decline.
In this week’s report, the Animal People Forum reviews current events involving reindeer killings, birth control for rats, Donald Trump on animal rights, and more!
Bosnia and Herzegovina has had an animal welfare law since 2009. Yet stray dogs are suffering in miserable ‘death camps’ due to BiH authorities’ failure to apply even the barest minimum of the law.
So, I write down my thoughts. Perhaps one day a human will read them and realise, “Yes, a Cow does have passion. Does have meaning in her life.”
I am full of this place,
Her forests, her rivers,
Her birds, her animals,
This suffering place,
This place we have desecrated…
The first episode in Animal People’s new weekly news vlog! In this week’s report, we review current events facing American wild horses, Norwegian wolves, donkeys in Africa, and more.
By providing the first free global view of commercial fishing, Global Fishing Watch delivers a powerful and unprecedented tool that can help to protect our oceans, which are threatened by global overfishing, illegal fishing and habitat destruction.
House Resolution 752 calls on the Chinese authorities to shut down the Yulin Dog Meat Festival and to ban the dog meat trade. The resolution is not a war of culture against China. The bond between companion animals and humans is not Western, but trans-cultural.
Medical research can no longer rely on the use of animals in cruel and controversial experiments.
Beagle Freedom Project will award $50,000 each to five scientists and research teams committed to replacing dogs and other animals in their research.
Tree House aims to bust the myths and misconceptions around Feline Leukemia Virus, and explain how to give FeLV+ cats the quality of life and loving homes they deserve. Tree House’s new FeLV+ Adoption Room will feature adoptable cats and kittens who thus far have resided in foster homes.