Three Animal Rights Activists Were Abruptly Arrested Following a Sentencing Hearing for One of Their Friends
Authorities seem to be opening a new front against Direct Action Everywhere, an attention-grabbing group that says it documents cruelty and neglect in factory farming.
Halle Bailey, who plays Ariel in the upcoming Disney movie “The Little Mermaid,” is being slammed for posing with animals at Safari World in Thailand, a zoo that activists say is rife with animal abuse.
The dog meat farm was shut down, as more people in the country look forward to a future where dogs are only friends, not food.
In a viral video, the man can be seen grief-stricken and holding a severed head believed to be one of his dogs, which had wandered into a construction site.
Before they were confiscated by local authorities, the malnourished dolphins were made to swim with tourists in Bali.
The emaciated animals were found squeezed into a delivery truck, tied up in sacks and muzzled as they were transported to be killed for their meat.
It comes after an independent review concluded that octopuses, crabs and lobsters are sentient beings with the capacity to experience pain and distress.
When a pet owner in China was taken into quarantine, government workers broke into her home and killed her dog.
A recent spike in black market trade of the lucrative substance used in the perfume industry has animal rights experts concerned.
What started as a heartwarming story of human kindness has within days evolved into a national reckoning on animal abuse.
Bella the beluga was supposed to be freed. Activists say time is running out.
The animal rights group previously called the ritual a “frat party-like event.”