Latest Animal rights movement Stories
New legislation would amend Animal Welfare Act to include animals in agricultural facilities. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 19, 2015 The National Anti-Vivisection
Four Livestock Auction Workers Convicted of Animal Abuse After Being Caught Kicking, Beating, and Dragging Animals; Livestock Marketing Association Urged to Implement Animal Welfare Policies
Hidden-Camera Video from Mercy For Animals Shows Wisconsin Dairy Workers Kicking and Punching Cows, and Hacking Off Tails With Pruning Shears; Group Calls for Change GREEN BAY, Wis.,
Undercover Investigation Exposes Animals Kicked, Beaten with Shovels, and Left to Slowly Die at Facility That Provided Turkeys for Obama's Thanksgiving Turkey Pardon LOS ANGELES, March 14,
In what appears to be the result of escalating violence, the anti-whaling activist group Sea Shepherd has claimed that Japanese whalers attacked one of their vessels during a recent clash in the Southern Ocean.
Seriously Friendly(TM) Oral Care Products Recognized for Cruelty-Free Practices MONTCLAIR, N.J., Feb.
HSUS on record as accepting modified battery cages as an industry standard -- even in "cage-free" California SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
Investigation Exposing Cows Being Beaten, Whipped and Stabbed Spurs Criminal Prosecutions - Glendale-Based Nestle Urged to Adopt Strict Animal Welfare Policies LOS ANGELES, Feb.
As the annual whale hunt kicks into high gear in the southern ocean, a Japanese whaling ship and one of Sea Shepherd’s anti-whaling vessels had a dangerous encounter that fortunately left nobody injured but did cause some minor damage to both ships.
UEP / HSUS Proposal Would Preempt State Laws and Keep Hens in Cages SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.
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