Horse Alert Blog

Arizona’s Salt River Wild Horses Are Safe

by Rhona Melsky

  Please Thank U.S. Forest Service Earlier this month, the Salt River Wild Horses of Arizona were in danger of being wiped off the face of the earth, along with their new born foals, one of whom was born very recently. The horses live in the Tonto National Forest on the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona, […]

Feral Cat Blog

End Australia’s Feral Cat Massacre

by Jessica Beaudry

  Oppose the government’s killing initiative and support humane alternatives The Australian government has announced its plans to systematically kill 2 million feral cats by the year 2020. This heartless decision came in response to the country’s supposed increasing feral cat population and its decreasing native species populations. Australia’s killing campaign, lead by Australian Environment […]

SA Tip Blog

Meditation Helps Activists

by Lisa Levinson

  Our Sustainable Activism Tip of the week comes from “The World Peace Diet” author Dr. Will Tuttle, who shares the importance of having a regular meditation practice. He encourages activists to meditate as a profound resource for inner peace and emotional stability as we advocate for animal liberation. Thanks to Dr. Tuttle for sharing […]

Ida India Blog

Meet Diamond

by Naina Athale

  Diamond was dumped outside our IDA India center’s gate, literally! She was a tiny little fluff of fur when she came in and now is a healthy queen of all she surveys! We have worked hard to set up a good chain of foster homes, with some of them paid and some done on […]


Justice For Cecil and Help for All Lions

by Anja Heister

  Last month, Cecil, the iconic and beloved male African lion, was murdered by Walter J. Palmer, a Minnesota-based dentist, and member of the Safari Club International (SCI), one of the most atrocious trophy hunting clubs. SCI awards its membership for killing the largest and rarest wild animals such as African lions, elephants, leopards and […]


Join Us for World Elephant Day

by Lindsay Morgan

  Happening on Wednesday, August 12 Worldwide! World Elephant Day created this special occasion to bring attention to the worsening plight of elephants in the wild. Poaching, habitat loss and human-elephant conflict are just some of the issues threatening the world’s elephants. World Elephant Day’s aim is to raise awareness about these issues and encourage […]


Celebrate Victories

by Lisa Levinson

  Our Sustainable Activism Tip of the week comes from Plant Peace Daily and VegFund co-founder Rae Sikora, who reminds us to celebrate victories along our journey towards animal liberation. This week several victories were announced! In the wake of Cecil the lion’s unfortunate murder by trophy hunter Walter James Palmer, a slew of airline […]


IDA Makes Waves at the National Animal Rights Conference

by Lisa Levinson

  IDA was a proud sponsor of the National Animal Rights Conference, which took place in the Washington D.C. area last weekend. The Conference, organized by Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM), was a powerful forum for animal advocates to network, share campaign strategies, and build community. Activists left with a sense of belonging to a […]