Companion animals give us unconditional love, but they can’t tell us when they get too cold. A little care and caution will go a long way toward keeping all our family members healthy this winter.
Author Animal Legal Defense Fund
This is the longest-running and most authoritative report of its kind, and tracks which states are prioritizing animal protection and working to improve their laws.
The research at SUNY’s College of Optometry has killed hundreds of cats without producing any information applicable to human vision disorders. Thanks to a lawsuit it is now coming to an end.
the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service has issued a rule allowing pig slaughterhouses nationwide to police themselves and kill pigs at very high line speeds.
The California Fish and Game Commission’s omission of the required research detailing how this rule change would affect wildlife demonstrates its priority to accommodate hunters over the protection of animals.
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Every summer, as temperatures rise, so does the danger of companion animals dying because they are carelessly left in a hot car.
It is very disturbing when your local humane organizations are not addressing the needs of animals in your community in an effective and compassionate manner. Animal Legal Defense Fund advises on how to respond.
Fish are living, feeling beings, yet they often go without any form of legal protection from cruelty. In ten states, they are expressly excluded from the definition of “animal” under state cruelty laws.