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Sir Patrick Stewart partners with ASPCA for National Dog Fighting Awareness Day campaign

Archived, 20 days ago From broadwayworld.com 

New York, NEW YORK - To kick off its National Dog Fighting Awareness Day campaign on April 8, the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) has partnered with legendary actor Sir Patrick Stewart to raise awareness on the prevalence of dog fighting ...

Samyukta Hornad helps rescue a cow in Bengaluru

Archived, 20 days ago From timesofindia.indiatimes.com 

Mumbai, INDIA - Actress Samyukta Hornad is known for her love for animals. An active PETA activist, she is also the first person many people contact on social media when they see an animal in distress.

This was the case on Monday morning too, when sh ...

Nepal to relocate five rare one-horned rhinos

Archived, 20 days ago From geo.tv 

Karachi, PAKISTAN - Five rhinos — one male and four female — will be released into a national park in Nepal's far west over the coming week in the hope of establishing a new breeding group.

The first, a large male estimated to be around 12 years old, was ...

People are knitting blankets to comfort orphaned baby rhinos – and it’s the sweetest thing ever

Archived, 20 days ago From onegreenplanet.org 

New York, NEW YORK - It is difficult to imagine a world where half of the animals, many of which we grew up learning about, do not exist. But sadly, this is becoming reality. A recent study found that we’ve lost around 58 percent of the world’s wildlife in the past 40 y ...

3 tiger cubs destined for zoo in Syria rescued in Lebanon

Archived, 20 days ago From wqow.com 

Eau Claire, WISCONSIN - Three Siberian tiger cubs destined for a zoo in war-torn Syria were rescued by a Lebanese animal rights group after being trapped in an unmarked, maggot-infested crate in Beirut's airport for almost a week.

The tigers, which were being ...

One quarter of Bangladesh is safe from recently exposed vulture-killing drug

Archived, 20 days ago From birdlife.org 

Cambridge, U K - You may not remember how to pronounce it, but you quite possibly have heard of “diclofenac”, the vulture-killing drug which caused the most dramatic bird decline in modern history, wiping out over 99% of Asia’s vultures in the 1990s. If not, then aft ...

UK travel firm becomes the first to drop zoos

Archived, 21 days ago From theguardian.com 

London, U K - A UK travel company has pledged to stop promoting zoos and laid down guidelines for the kinds of animal facilities it will continue to work with.

Responsible Travel said there was “no justifiable reason” to keep animals in captivity, i ...

World's biggest ivory market shutting down—what it means

Archived, 21 days ago From nationalgeographic.com.au 

Sydney, AUSTRALIA - Today one of the world’s largest domestic markets for elephant ivory begins to wind down. China is closing 67 of its licensed ivory facilities, including 12 of its 35 ivory carving factories and several dozens of its more than 130 ivory retailers, ac ...

Animal advocates are still fighting to free Tony the truck stop tiger

Archived, 21 days ago From care2.com 

Redwood City, CALIFORNIA - Animal advocates have been working for years to free Tony, a Siberian-Bengal tiger who is being kept as an attraction at a truck stop in Grosse Tete, La. This week, they have renewed their efforts in the hope of seeing him finally moved to a sanctuar ...

Outrage as defiant Japanese whaling fleet returns to port from the Southern Ocean with meat from 333 minke whales

Archived, 21 days ago From hsi.org 

Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - As Japan’s whaling fleet docked today in Shimonoseki, Japan, on its return from its controversial ‘scientific whaling’ in the waters around Antarctica, Humane Society International and the Humane Society Legislative Fund called for an end to the crue ...

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