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  1. Romania animal cruelty case sees 4 puppies tarred to a roadRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    ... dogs, called Ada and Ava, were found crumpled on a piece of cardboard. Volunteers from the 'Sky Foundation for Animal Rights' took the puppies in and rescued them. Speaking about the latest case Catalin Pavaliu, founder of the organisation, said: ...

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  2. Ireland agrees dedicated funding for research into alternatives to...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Ecologist

    ... obligation to replace animal testing with alternative methods. Conservationist, wildlife presenter and animal rights campaigner Anneka Svenska welcomed the move from the SFI, and said: "This is a huge move forward in the world of animal testing, ...

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  3. Lesniak among slate addressing animal rights groups during DNC festivitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Clarks Hometown News Patriot

    State Senator and likely gubernatorial candidate Raymond Lesniak will be among an array of esteemed speakers on Tuesday , sharing advice with Philadelphia animal advocates on using the legislative process to improve the lives of other creatures at Philadelphia City Institute Neighborhood Library, 1905 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 - right next to Rittenhouse Square. This event, co-organized by The Humane League, Humane Society Legislative Fund, Humane PA, and Penn Animal Advocacy, is scheduled to coincide with the Democratic National Convention.

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  4. PETA India condemns Salman Khan's acquittal in poaching caseRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Mumbai, July 25 : The acquittal of Bollywood star Salman Khan in two 18-year-old chinkara poaching cases on Monday comes as a "massive shock and disappointment for people across the nation who care for animals", said a PETA India official. Poorva Joshipura, CEO of the animal rights organisation People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, expressed concern that the verdict could "encourage others to try their luck and kill wild animals".

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  5. The movement to free hens from cages may be going globalRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    ... is a sign that the rapid shift in the United States to cage-free eggs, led by consumers but long championed by animal rights activists, is going more global. It came after talks with animal rights groups, as well as an international animal rights ...

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  6. 100 neglected animals to be removed from Hoke County shelterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WECT-TV Wilmington

    American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals say they will assist the Hoke County Sheriff's Office with collecting evidence, removal and care of animals from an animal shelter in Raeford. Officials say a veterinarian notified law enforcement after a horse from the property had to be euthanized because of malnutrition.

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  7. Chips built to mimic human tissueRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | NWAonline

    Hoping to make the lab rat a thing of the past, scientists at Lawrence Livermore Lab are testing technology that replicates vital human tissues on microchips. Animal-welfare advocates are encouraged that the technology may one day end experiments on mice, rats, snakes and other animals used to test products and develop drugs in laboratories around the world.

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  8. Bark-Out at O-Kat Corral for animalsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Coastal Courier

    Friends of Animals of the Coastal Empire will have its 18th annual Auction Bark-Out at the O-Kat Corral to benefit animal welfare groups on Aug. 27. The night of fun, drinks, food stations and auction items to support this community initiative will be from 7 to 11 p.m. at Savannah Station, 601 Cohen St., Savannah. Each ticket includes three bar tickets and access to food stations and auction items.

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  9. 3 ways animal rights activists have been targeting you this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Beef Magazine

    While ranchers have been busy keeping their cattle cool during July's hot spell, animal rights activists have been heating things up in recent campaigns against animal agriculture. Here are three of the latest activist stunts I've come across on my Facebook newsfeed: While ranchers have been busy keeping their cattle cool during July's hot spell, animal rights activists have been heating things up in recent campaigns against animal agriculture.

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  10. westport-animal-abuse-aerial-viewRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | WTHI-TV Terre Haute

    Police investigators in Massachusetts spread out on a 70-acre property after the discovery of hundreds of dead and injured animals in horrible conditions.The investigation is expected to last several days. Officials executed a search warrant and made the discovery of the animals in the wooded property after a neighbor's complaint last week that two Rottweiler dogs who lived on the property had escaped, and eaten the neighbor's goats.

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  11. Aussie animal activist faces Thai tiger chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yahoo!

    An Australian activist whose investigations led to the closure of a "tiger temple" in western Thailand faces a defamation charge brought by the temple. The charges against Sybelle Foxcroft, a director of the Australian based Cee4Life, an animal rights non-government organisation, were filed at a provisional police station late last week.

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  12. Australian activist Sybelle Foxcroft faces charge over Thai 'tiger temple' closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... brought by the temple. The charges against Sybelle Foxcroft, a director of the Australian based Cee4Life, an animal rights non-government organisation, were filed at a provisional police station late last week. Foxcroft, as an undercover ...

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  13. Technology offers hope for end of animal testingRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Otago Daily Times

    Hoping to make the lab rat a thing of the past, scientists at Lawrence Livermore Lab are testing technology that replicates vital human tissues on microchips. Animal rights advocates are encouraged that the technology may one day end experiments on mice, rats, snakes and other animals used to test products and develop drugs in laboratories around the world.

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  14. HEATH, HazelRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dayton Daily News

    ... Hazel (Rigsby) Salyer. Hazel volunteered with the Greene County Humane Society for 21 years. She was a devoted animal rights activist, loved Halloween to the point of keeping up her decorations year-round, and her greatest love was spending time ...

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  15. Canberrans march to honour 'murdered' greyhoundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Canberrans and their pets have marched along the shore of Lake Burley Griffin to remember dogs exploited and discarded by the greyhound racing industry. A crowd of around 80 gathered at Nara Peace Park as part of an international day of action and to show support for the ACT and NSW Government moves to ban greyhound racing.

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  16. Computer security stymies volunteers' efforts to find homes for dogs at county shelterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Petersburg Times

    Pickle, a 1-year-old, brown pit bull terrier, faces euthanasia after spending a month in an animal shelter with little hope of adoption. It seems that Pickle didn't make the inventory list sent out each night to rescue groups in the area from the Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center.

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  17. #GottaFreeEmAll: Pokemon Go criticised by PETA for 'animal cruelty' parallelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ITV

    PETA has seized what it called a "teachable moment" in comparing the treatment of the cartoon characters to the way animals suffer in real life. "Catching Pokemon really isn't much different from taking animals out of the wild and putting them in zoos, circuses, and other places that exploit and abuse them," the organisation wrote in a blog post .

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  18. Enormous Lobster Rescued From Florida RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Eater

    ... animals, can feel pain, and when kept in tanks, they suffer from the stress associated with confinement. The animal rights organization cites one other instance in 2012 when the aquarium freed another large lobster - 27-pound Rocky - into the murky ...

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  19. and Telemundo 48 Work to Clear the SheltersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | NBC Bay Area

    NBC Bay Area and Telemundo 48 have teamed up with more than 45 animal shelters in the Bay Area, and kicked off the second annual Clear the Shelters event. Participating animal shelters are offering no-cost or reduced fee adoptions or waiving pet spaying and neutering fees.

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  20. VegFest ColoradoRead the original story

    Saturday | Denver Westword

    Vegetarian and vegan diets have come a long way over the past few decades, and VegFest Colorado is ready to celebrate those advances. "It's not just tofu in a bowl," says VegFest volunteer Janie Gianotsos.

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