The story of six lucky survivors of the Cambodian dog meat trade and their journey to the U.S. to start new lives.
Monthly Archives: January, 2020
Unchain America focuses on helping dogs who are tethered or penned in small enclosures and who live outside permanently, often without any significant human companionship.
The Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act would permanently ban horse slaughter in the U.S. and end the export of horses for slaughter abroad.
The US House Natural Resource Committee worked to pass five pieces of legislation that aim to address climate change, protect precious wildlife and lands and establish a new National Wildlife Refuge.
The evidence suggests that ethical, economic and ecological problems with trophy hunting warrant a trophy import ban.
Australia’s government has yet again initiated its horrific plan to shoot thousands of camels, justified with the ridiculous excuse that camels are drinking too much water.
If you’d like to make a difference for homeless animals, but you can’t adopt, these options could be for you.
As of January 20th, circuses performing in England will no longer be allowed to use wild animals as part of their act.
There’s nothing fun about selfies taken with bears in chains, on the back of an elephant or petting lion cubs. Animal welfare should not stop on holiday.
While progress is being made on the huge task of reducing demand and promoting veganism, we can also try to give currently living hens better living conditions.
South Africa is facilitating illegal trade in lion bones, enabling the activities of notorious international crime syndicates, and threatening the survival of tigers and lions in the wild.
The case highlights the fact that South Korea’s notorious dog meat trade not only drives dog to brutal slaughter but also operates as a cheap, unlawful channel for universities to source dogs for painful animal experiments.