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Force-fed foie gras loses favour in France

Jars of foie gras are flying off supermarket shelves as they usually do in the festive season, but could it be that the French, the principal producers and consumers of the delicacy, are becoming squeamish about the controversial gourmet dish? Continue reading…


Farewell To Steak: Film Review

The fascinating 2013 documentary called “L’adieu à la viande” (Farewell to Meat) about the consumption of meat in Europe (from Franco/German channel Arte) not only approaches the issue of eating flesh from an environmental aspect but also from the idea of the masculine psychology behind it. 55 more words


Follow this human:

Sometimes I find it hard to believe that humans can consider ourselves, without irony, the most intelligent of animals.

— Jennifer Mo (@noteasy2begreen) March 9, 2013


2014 Roundup - Animal Advocacy Advancements … because of you

Changing the world for our animal friends can sometimes seem like an uphill battle. But we’re making strides — big ones. Here’s a listing of some of the many victories for animals in 2014. 90 more words

Animal Welfare

Indian Monkey Performs CPR On Fellow Monkey Electrocuted On Third Rail

India: Watch Heroic Monkey Resuscitate Electrocuted Friend On Train Tracks

Published on Dec 21, 2014

” A monkey saved the life of one of his fellow primate friends when the animal lost consciousness after being electrocuted on train tracks in the northern Indian city of Kanpur.”

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Episode 80: #FreePaddington

Listen to this episode and subscribe to our podcast on iTunes. You can also listen to this episode on StitcherCyber Ears or download it on… 369 more words

Becoming a VEGAN

In November 2014 I hit a point in my life where I knew I needed to change. My health was declining and my marriage was almost over. 453 more words