Occasionally, a shelter volunteer will have an experience that leads them into a whole different direction of supporting animals in need. Such is the case with Julia Grosz from Centreville, Virginia.
Monthly Archives: February, 2020
New Research: More Than Half of Americans Are Willing to Eat More Plant-Based Foods, But Most Lack Information
Half of Americans surveyed said that they would eat more plant-based foods if they had more information. However, 70% rarely or never talk about this issue.
The scale of wildlife trafficking in Southeast Asia is incredible and a renewed game plan is needed to combat it, says a new report released yesterday.
SB 1115 would allow pets to donate blood for veterinary use, and phase out colony blood banks, which keep animals in cages.
80% of the pigeons, who are unable to fend for themselves in the wild, disappeared during the entire season.
Botswana’s government has again demonstrated to the world that it either does not understand or does not care that elephants play a critical role in maintaining healthy ecological systems.
A team of Indonesian caregivers spends hours in the forest every day and night, modeling essential forest skills like nest-building and foraging.
It’s one cruel industry feeding another: mares are forcibly impregnated and aborted in order to draw their blood, which is used to get sows pregnant sooner so they will have a higher number of piglets who are born to die.
The findings not only challenge a long-accepted theory around lifespan, but also suggest new evidence that global warming could have a huge impact on the life expectancy among cold-blooded species.
An animal advocacy group reveals the abuse of civets for the production of civet coffee and urges TripAdvisor to stop booking cruel coffee tours.
Organization FIRE stepped in after Truman State University denied the student group. The group has now been approved and the university has reformed its policies.