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Romney’s treatment of pet lands him in the doghouse

Romney claimed the fuss was all over nothing; Seamus loved rides on the car roof, he insisted.


Pork corporations ending use of torturous crates

Temple Grandin noted that a pig's life in a gestation crate is comparable to a person being stuck in an airline seat for their entire life.


Thai house raid reveals ongoing attacks on wildlife

Thailand's developed infrastructure, in combination with substandard law enforcement, typically makes for almost effortless smuggling.


Bayer's ill-gotten factory farming profits

There are potentially lethal strains of bacteria, traced to antibiotics produced by pharmaceutical corporation Bayer, present in pork, beef, and poultry


Pythons invading Everglades, hunting animals to extinction

"Last October, we found a 50-foot snake with an 80-pound doe inside it."


Nebraska Farmers Union teams up with Humane Society

The new partnership will boost family farms in Nebraska and ensure that measures are taken to humanely raise meat and other animal products.


Dead birds and fish provoke concerns

Thousands of dead herring washed ashore in northern Norway.


Animal killing in Ohio highlights need for regulations

In the aftermath of this past week's tragic killing of 49 exotic animals, including 18 rare Bengal Tigers, in Zanesville, Ohio Gov. John Kasich is scrambling to put a positive spin on the calamity.


Global effort develops to save sharks

Gov. Jerry Brown, D-Calif., signed legislation Oct. 7 to ban the possession or sale of shark fins in California, which may save countless sharks.


Animal protection thrown to the wolves

Wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains are no longer protected under the Endangered Species Act, thanks to an agreement between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Gov. Matt Mead, R-Wyoming.

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