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Animal rights group lashes out at OSPCA over Bowmanville Zoo animal cruelty case

An animal rights group says Ontario’s animal welfare agency didn’t go far enough after laying animal cruelty charges against a zoo owner famous for training animals for Hollywood movies. 660 more words

Canada

Why Vegan?

For the animals

Preventing the exploitation of animals is not the only reason for becoming vegan, but for many it remains the key factor in their decision to go vegan and stay vegan. 870 more words

Social Justice

Decapitated Dog Found in Ballona Creek a Week After Drowned Pooch Is Found Nearby; Rewards Offered

The discovery of a decapitated dog in Ballona Creek less than a week after another canine was found apparently intentionally drowned nearby in Marina del Rey has led to the offering of several rewards. 367 more words

Local News

PETA's baaaaaaack

In case you missed it, People for the Ethical Treatment of animals jumped on the tragedy suffered by four-time Iditarod champ Jeff King on Saturday to note his dead dog and proclaim “but dogs suffer every years in this cruel race — and just since 2004, at least 27 dogs forced to endure the Iditarod have died from heart failure, exposure, pneumonia, drowning, asphyxiation, and more.” 313 more words

Alaska

Selling Something Is not the Animal's Job

photo: PeTA

When animals are used in commercials they are supposed to sell the product. And this usually works quite well, otherwise the industry would have stopped this many years ago. 132 more words

Animal Welfare

Vegan Sushi is an art form!

Watch as JaneUnChained’s staff stumbles into one of the hottest vegan sushi restaurants in America!

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ANIMAL RIGHTS

SeaWorld admits to spying on animal rights activists

ORLANDO, Fla. — SeaWorld is acknowledging that it sent a worker to infiltrate an animal rights group which opposed the theme park.

SeaWorld Entertainment CEO Joel Manby said Thursday that the company will no longer use such practices to spy on opponents. 83 more words

World