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4 Family Members Plead Guilty In Animal Cruelty Case

MIO (WWJ/AP) – Four family members have pleaded guilty to charges after officials say more than 50 dogs were seized from a home in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula during an animal cruelty investigation. 187 more words


Rally to Ban Greyhound Racing

Sunday was an important day for greyhounds, with hundreds of people around the nation rallying to call for an end to the greyhound racing industry.  This came in the lead up to the upcoming results of a special commission greyhound racing enquiry.  519 more words


Tilting at Windmills: Flint, Michigan Republicans, Sodomy, and Animal Cruelty

So I’ve been seeing quite a few posts about how people are outraged that Michigan Republicans can’t help the people of Flint but they’re willing to push through a ban on anal sex. 323 more words


Wildlife Tourism: The 10 'Cruelest' Animal Attractions, Revealed By World Animal Protection

Tourists will travel great distances for the chance to not only to see a wild animal, but also interact with it. Elephant rides, dolphin shows and tiger selfies are some the most lucrative wildlife… 12 more words

Animal Welfare


Following recent horrendous acts of abuse, neglect, and cruelty in our area, we are FED UP! It is going to take much more than a handful of animal advocates to battle this epidemic! 336 more words

Syracuse New York

10 facing animal cruelty charges after cockfighting event busted in New Britain

NEW BRITAIN –Ten people were arrested over the weekend after a cockfighting party was busted by police. On Saturday, Feb. 6, New Britain officers received an anonymous tip about a large cockfighting event going on in the basement of a home on Maple Street. 305 more words


URGENT: Urge Your MP to Help the Wild-Animal Circus Ban Become Law

A new bill is up for debate this Wednesday that could finally spell the end of cruel wild-animal circuses in England and Wales.

For years, the government has been promising to ban the use of wild animals in circuses in England and Wales by 2015, but progress has stalled. 50 more words