Wolverines are among the fiercest creatures on the planet, yet even they are fighting to survive in a warming world.
Monthly Archives: September, 2019
A poll of over 1,000 pet owners asked who is using CBD oils on their animals, how they’re administering it, and the effects they’ve observed.
In an interview with one of the authors of Discarded Rabbits, we discuss why so many pet rabbits are surrendered and abandoned, and why shelters alone aren’t enough to solve this issue.
As rising temperatures and the number of heat waves have increased across the globe, it’s more important than ever to prioritize your pet’s safety.
Currently, hundreds of thousands of animals, including dogs, rats, mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, fish, and birds, are killed each year in the testing of products under EPA’s regulatory purview.
What do the Bible and the Catholic Church say about how we should treat animals? Catholic Action for Animals answers that question and explores a religious perspective on kindness towards animals.
Spanish organization ADDA reports on the work they have done for animals in their country.
Despite more than five years of non-compliance proceedings, there has been virtually no progress in Laos in relation to its pledge to phase out tiger farms. It’s now time for CITES trade sanctions
“The stakes are high, the steaks are on every table, and the task seems incredibly daunting. Yet I am sure that we will win.”
California is sending the world a clear statement: fur-bearing animals have the right to live in their own skin, free from being maimed and killed by horrific traps to steal their fur for trivial “fashion” statements.
An estimated 79% of animals in UK aquariums were caught in the wild. Many die during capture, transportation, and following importation.
An investigation has exposed shocking cruelty and suffering at a slaughterhouse in Wales, where activists are calling for mandatory video surveillance in all slaughterhouses in the country.