Inhumane practices are the norm in the wool industry, which is anything but benign.
Author Humane Decisions
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We need to create new wildlife management policies and practices that do not include hunting and killing, but that instead incorporate the intrinsic value and interests of individual animals, species populations, and entire ecosystems.
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Here’s why you should visit an animal sanctuary or watch a nature documentary before you ever give your money to a zoo or safari park.
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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.
Dog racing is a deeply unethical industry that abuses, uses, exploits and kills dogs purely for profit.
More than 100 million animals are used in research and product testing in the United States every year. These millions of animals experience great physical and mental suffering, and there are few laws that protect them.
Slaughtered horses come from every industry: race horses, show horses, carriage horses, and draft horses, as well as wild mustangs and backyard pets. The slaughter pipeline is the disposing place for unwanted horses.