"[T]he phenomenon of animal crackers remains problematic and part of a wider culture of speciesism.”
Fulvio di Piazza has a new solo exhibition of oil paintings at the Jonathan Levine Gallery.
Meet some of the organisations working to give disabled animals a paw.
In his new column Off the Record, rave historian Michaelangelo Matos reviews Moby's new memoir, 'Porcelain.'
South African artist Jo Voysey’s unconventional choice of mediums highlights the contentious relationship between human and animals.
Photographer Nick Brandt transforms his portraits of East African wildlife into ephemeral monuments to a vanishing world.
"Animal communicator" Karen Anderson says that the murdered beast is doing "just fine" in the afterlife.
These people genuinely feel more like foxes, dragons and cats than they do humans.
Why is it that there are constant news stories about people who cage or cram hundreds of pets into their homes? Sometimes it's animal cruelty, but it could also be attributed to a specific mental illness.
Because it's cuter than taxidermy.
Misplaced a falcon? Who you gonna call? Barbara Royle!