A little blood in my stomach means less blood on my hands.
In Sweden, using animals for entertainment purposes is legal, and not everyone is happy about it.
Hedgehog experts weigh in on the pros and cons of human-hedgehog relations.
The group's parody titles are brilliantly made, and they all carry very relevant calls for change.
Virtual reality makes it possible to see factory farms and slaughterhouses up close, without having to travel.
The Swedish photographer wants you to really think about what you're going to put on the Christmas table this year.
When the truck driver said he'd call the cops, the activist told him to "call Jesus."
This is the same zoo that dissected a giraffe named Marius in 2014 because the animal was considered genetically unsuitable for reproduction.
It might sound like something out of "Portlandia," but advocates say these enclosures can prevent cats from killing birds en masse.
"When I kill an animal, I feel a lot of remorse. I'll always walk up to the animal, give it a pat, and say thank you."
There's obviously some potential for abuse, but the idea is to provide the same protection to pets that the Volunteer State gave children stuck in hot cars last year.
Every Tuesday, the people of Titu meet up to show off their horses and terrorise them a little.