Earlier this summer we wrote about a hidden but massive problem for animal welfare: animal trafficking. A new report just revealed how bad the issue is. Unbeknownst to many, there is little regulation over the importation of pets into the US. All you essentially need is a rabies vaccine and the dog must appear healthy. […]
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There’s a new twist in the strange tale of Dan Ashe, CEO of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, a private accreditor of many of the major zoos and aquariums in the U.S. When we checked in on Ashe last year, he was allowing PETA to have a booth at AZA’s annual meeting. That is […]
An elderly Mississippi couple just wants their pets back. But thanks to the Humane Society of the United States, they may never see their animals again. Several months ago we reported on the story of the Sennes, an elderly Mississippi couple who have an ongoing court battle with the Humane Society of the United States. […]
Originally published in the OC Register on August 27, 2019: This week California Senators will take up a controversial bill to prohibit Californians from buying natural fur clothing. Proponents are concerned about the treatment of animals; opponents say the bill infringes on Californians’ personal lifestyle choices. Both side’s concerns can be addressed, but only if […]
We’re taking our education campaign about fake meat to a new level. Today, we have placed an ad in The Wall Street Journal showing the differences between fake and real meat. A second ad will run tomorrow in the New York Post. The ads are part of our ongoing campaign to bring the uninviting ingredients […]
The latest generation of “plant-based” fake meat products are designed to mimic the taste of mouthfeel of natural meat. But to do this requires chemical processing. After all, veggie burgers don’t grow on a vine. Recently, Dr. Frank Mitloehner, a scientist with University of California-Davis, posted three ingredient labels to Twitter. Two are for the […]
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