Category: Animals & Environment

Vegan Poetry by Geoffrey Bowe

Vegan Poetry by Geoffrey Bowe

TASTE Bacon Tastes nice? Not to me. To me It tastes of death! It is an animal Kept cruelly Killed horrendously Emotionally abused Cut up with knives Bred to die. I wouldn’t put That bacon in your mouth If I were you! I would get down on my knees And tell it I’m sorry. SUBSTITUTE You Drink my mothers milk, […]

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Vegan Dog Food – Everything You Want To Know

Vegan Dog Food – Everything You Want To Know

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera, simplewag.com Veganism has been around for quite awhile, but it may surprise you to know that dogs can eat a vegan diet too. But can dogs be vegan safely? Well, yes! With proper monitoring and some added supplements, depending on the vegan food you choose, your dog can successfully adhere to a vegan diet and reap the […]

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Dominion: THE Animal Rights Film of 2018 Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Dominion: THE Animal Rights Film of 2018 Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Close to 900,000 people worldwide watched the trailer the week it was released, and Dominion writer-director-producer Chris Delforce is now launching a crowdfunding campaign to bring the feature-length documentary to the world next Spring: Dominion promises an uncompromising, damning exploration of the various ways animals are used and abused by humans, particularly in the meat, dairy, egg, clothing and entertainment […]

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VIETNAM: The strongest condemnation of UNESCO’s cruel monkey circus is their own

VIETNAM: The strongest condemnation of UNESCO’s cruel monkey circus is their own

A year after being alerted to animal abuse at a UNESCO-accredited facility, the UN agency has failed to end the cruelty and finally broke its silence to deny responsibility. When first informed of cruel animal performances taking place at a UNESCO-accredited facility in Vietnam, the organisation’s condemnation was swift and unequivocal. Animals Asia told UNESCO about the cruel circus shows […]

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Kenya’s Samburu Warriors to Participate in Saving the Elephants 10K Charity Race

Kenya’s Samburu Warriors to Participate in Saving the Elephants 10K Charity Race

The 2017 Saving the Elephants Run will take place this coming November 18th from 9:00AM to 12:00PM in New York’s iconic Central Park to benefit the leading elephant science and research organization, Save the Elephants. This year for the first time representatives of Kenya’s Samburu tribe will participate in the festivities, underscoring the organization’s deep ties with the African community […]

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Animals Fleeing Wildfires Get Aid from In Defense of Animals

Animals Fleeing Wildfires Get Aid from In Defense of Animals

New footage released by In Defense of Animals reveals horses, sheep, and wild turkeys who fled the California wildfire. In Defense of Animals has banded together with six other North Bay animal organizations to rescue and care for fire victims. The disaster continues to cause vast amounts of damage and massive loss of human and animal life. Terrifying video footage […]

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Singita Introduces Puppy Force to Combat Poaching in Africa

Singita Introduces Puppy Force to Combat Poaching in Africa

In line with Singita’s newly enhanced anti-poaching strategy, the company is pleased to introduce its new Singita Grumeti Fund Canine Unit: Tony, Popo, DJ and Radar. From Washington DC to Tanzania, the brave dogs have experienced quite the journey, and will continue to live as heroes in the African wild. A project born out of a guest’s love for the […]

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California Signs in Significant Animal Protection Law

California Signs in Significant Animal Protection Law

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed the Pet Rescue and Adoption Act into law. From January 1, 2019, it will become a criminal offense for California pet stores to sell dogs, cats, and rabbits unless they come from a shelter or rescue. In Defense of Animals last week delivered hundreds of letters urging Governor Jerry Brown to sign AB 485 […]

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Walking with Peety: The Dog Who Saved My Life

Walking with Peety: The Dog Who Saved My Life

  Eric O’Grey was 150 pounds overweight, depressed, and sick. After a lifetime of failed diet attempts, and the onset of type 2 diabetes due to his weight, Eric went to a new doctor, who surprisingly prescribed a shelter dog. That’s when Eric met Peety: an overweight, middle-aged, and forgotten dog who, like Eric, had seen better days. The two adopted […]

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Help Stop the University of Missouri from Killing Pigs

Help Stop the University of Missouri from Killing Pigs

Right now, healthy pigs are scheduled to die in the University of Missouri-Columbia’s (Mizzou) emergency medicine residency animal lab. They need your help to save them … before it’s too late! We urge you to make a gift to PCRM right now. Any membership gift amount will make a tremendous difference for these animals. We know PCRM can win this […]

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