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Friday urged President Benigno Aquino to sign into law the amended Animal Welfare Act. Disaster-Relief and Emergency Response Team, said the crush video that has gone viral on social networking sites isn't new and the girls seen stomping on a puppy
Animal abusers would face tougher penalties under a bill Senate Republicans are pushing on Beacon Hill. Sen. Bruce Tarr said the legislation is a response to the discovery of a dog found tortured in Quincy...Police have asked for the public's help in
The Minister's presentation will be followed at 2.45pm by a lively political debate on the proposals featuring Trevor Mallard (Labour Party), Mojo Mathers (Green Party), Andrew Williams (NZ First), and Joyce D'Silva (UK, Compassion in World Farming).
Fort Meyers Students allegedly catch teacher in act of animal cruelty Sponsored Links Students at a Florida high school say they caught their teacher in an act of animal cruelty. According to Lee County Domestic Animal Services , Mathew Emans was
Nutley native and celebrity entrepreneur Martha Stewart is asking New Jersey legislators to reaffirm their support in phasing out the confinement of pigs in "gestation crates." In a letter dated Sept. 23, Stewart states that, in pork production,
SPAIN WILL DECLARE BULLFIGHTING A "INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE". THE MADRID PARLIAMENT APPROVED AN APPROPRIATE LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE, WHICH AIMS TO PROVIDE A BULLFIGHT UNDER SPECIAL PROTECTION. According to media reports
PhilippinesA new crush video is making the rounds on social media showing three girls in shorts stepping on a wailing puppy until it died. The barefoot women, whose faces were shown on the video, are allegedly Filipinas...If someone can actually give
A Cherryland man is facing a criminal misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty following a video posted on Instagram showing him allegedly beating a 10-month-old puppy with a leather belt. Terrell Keith Daniels, 54, is due in Alameda County Superior
They live healthy lives outdoors in family groups called colonies. They are the same species as domestic cats but are not socialized to humans and can't be adopted. Virtually 100 percent of feral cats brought to shelters or pounds are killed there.
Despite having imported beef and soybeans, the country has not seen a decrease in the prices of these two commodities, which are allegedly marred with cartel practices. Prices of beef and soybeans hit Rp 92,000 (US$8.69) and Rp 10,500 (91 US cents),