This shocking number of individual victims were killed over a period of 4,645 days, which equates to the death of a horse almost every other day on British racecourses.
Monthly Archives: December, 2019
The USDA continues to allow producers to deceive consumers by making claims such as “humanely raised” on meat and poultry packaging without sufficient supporting evidence or oversight.
In an interview with International Animal Rescue’s CEO, we discuss why and how the cruel dancing bear trade was ended, and how this project convinced him that animal welfare and human welfare go together.
Our attack on the nonhuman world has become an attack on ourselves. This lawsuit seeks to challenge that for the sake of humans and nonhumans alike.
The world’s oceans are losing oxygen and becoming warmer, more acidic, and increasingly filed with plastic.
The final spending package is an incredible example of the progress on animal welfare issues that can result from bipartisan cooperation.
For a Western hunter to pay to kill an African animal and expatriate their parts is a form of objectification, dehumanizing and therefore morally reprehensible. It may entrench a Western narrative of supremacy underpinned by chauvinistic, colonialist and crudely utilitarian anthropocentric attitudes.
As organized criminal syndicates become more involved in poaching, the jobs of many African wildlife rangers have become increasingly dangerous and militarized.
Pubs around the United Kingdom are using live reindeer and other animals at holiday events. Using animals in this way sends a message that animals are props, rather than living beings.
Many people are interested in owning a wolf-dog hybrid or other exotic pet, but they are unprepared to care for them. This means many end up abandoned or neglected.
Unrest in Chile is endangering many of its 253,000 stray dogs. Volunteers are transporting and sheltering the most vulnerable dogs when protests are most intense.