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Brutal Cat Killer Deserves Jail!

by Doll Stanley

  Soft Sentencing is a Mockery of Justice On May 16, 2016, In Defense of Animals’ Mississippi based Justice for Animals Campaign learned of the sick and brutal attack on a cat with a plastic pipe. Tilly was sheltered at the Brookhaven Animal Rescue League in Mississippi after her guardian passed away, which is where the […]

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Death by Discrimination: Justice for Oliver!

by Lisa Levinson

  Two cat rescue groups, Community Cats Coalition and Alley Cats Allies, advocated vehemently to save a community cat named Oliver, who Worcester County Animal Control assumed prejudicially and without evidence to be infected with rabies. People united in their effort to save Oliver’s life offered to quarantine him to determine if he actually presented […]

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IHOP – We Want Cruelty-free Pancakes!

by Shura Hammond

  Here’s Your Chance to Request Positive Changes for Animals! What if we told you that you could have all the pancakes you want with none of the animal suffering? Large businesses have been responding to the huge increase in demand for delicious, animal-friendly vegan food and drinks. This is great news for animals, since […]

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Stop Endangered Bear Sacrifice at Ecuador Festival

by Ligia Monzoni

  Last year, authorities vowed to find the perpetrators of the horrifying torture and crucification of a threatened spectacled bear in Ecuador after a sickening video of the event went viral. One year on, two top governors and the community that took part in the vile bear torturing festival are yet to be dealt justice, […]

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Stop Sick Dingo ‘Suicide’ Killers

by Tiphani Davis

  Over two centuries ago the British government placed goats on Pelorus Island off the coast of Australia to doom them to death as a food supply for stranded sailors and lighthouse keepers. Flash-forward over 200 years and the goats are thriving, but are now considered an “invasive” species. The Mayor responsible for Pelorus Island […]

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Kangaroos Saved

by Bob Price

  Thanks to the generous contributions of our dedicated supporters, one hundred amazing kangaroos and their baby joeys are now safe. Compassion has won the day and now one hundred of these iconic emblems of Australia’s great Outback look not down the barrel of a hunter’s gun but rather towards the safe horizon of a […]

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Brutal Shark Killing Contests Must End

by Ryan Murphy

  Every year, people turn out along the east coast to see sharks, but unfortunately not to watch these incredible animals in the wild. Many of these remarkable predators are brutally killed, strung up by their tails, and weighed. Their sadistic killers are not prosecuted, but instead are rewarded with prize money. Unbelievably, many of […]

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STOP Illegal Animal Agribusiness Dealings

by Nadia Schilling

  In an inspiring show of bipartisanship, Senator Mike Lee (a Republican from Utah) and Senator Cory Booker (a Democrat from New Jersey) have introduced a bill that will ensure federal programs promoting the egg, beef, and pork industries aren’t allowed to attack competitors and influence public policy. The Commodity Checkoff Improvement Act of 2016 […]

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Annual Bike Ride Kicks Off Summer Fundraising Events for Animals!

by Bob Price

  When faced with so many problems and horrors of animal cruelty, we often ask ourselves, “What can I do to help?” Fortunately; the answer is easy – fundraise. Fundraising for animals is an effective, easy, and fun way to make a positive difference in the lives of abused and neglected animals around the world. […]

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UN-FAIR: Stop Abusing Rabbits for Fun

by Doll Stanley

  Each August, the Tippah County Fair in Mississippi holds a “Farm Animal Scramble,” during which rabbits, chickens, pigs, goats and calves are released into an arena and small children are encouraged to chase them down and catch them. The rabbits are pursued by young children aged four and under – an age where most […]