PETITION: Reptiles Suffer, Left to Die at Another Massive PetSmart Supplier Mill

Source: Reptiles Suffer, Left to Die at Another Massive PetSmart Supplier Mill

Petsmart is a Monster

The Monsters Among Us

PETA Exposes

1Dehydrated bearded dragons clamored for water and drank continuously for up to four minutes when it was offered to them by PETA’s eyewitness.

Dehydrated bearded dragons clamored for water and drank continuously for up to four minutes when it was offered to them by PETA’s eyewitness.

A PETA exposé reveals suffering animals warehoused in filthy conditions at Reptiles by Mack, yet another major supplier to PetSmart and many other stores. Tens of thousands of frogs, lizards, turtles, snakes, bearded dragons, and other reptiles were confined to barren, filthy, crowded plastic tubs and deprived of even the most basic care, such as fresh food and water, heat and UV lamps, and veterinary attention. Emaciated, lethargic animals were often found by PETA’s eyewitnesses, who also saw hundreds of animals who had died or been killed.

One worker told an eyewitness that tortoises were intentionally deprived of water, despite his repeated…

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U.S. House of Representatives Approves Bill Slashing Wildlife Protections

Exposing the Big Game

copyrighted wolf in water

http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/news/press_releases/2016/sportsmens-act-02-26-2016.html

 ‘Sportsmen’s Heritage Act’ Threatens Wolves, Elephants, Polar Bears, Birds, People

WASHINGTON— In a partisan vote, the U.S. House of Representatives today passed the so-called “Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act” that would end federal protection for gray wolves in Wyoming and the western Great Lakes. The bill includes a grab bag of additional special-interest provisions that primarily benefit the livestock industry, National Rifle Association and those who peddle elephant ivory. More than 60 conservation organizations signed an open letter opposing the Sportsmen’s Act.

“There’s nothing sporting about wolf slaughter, elephant poaching or lead poisoning,” said Brett Hartl, endangered species policy director at the Center for Biological Diversity. “In the Sportsmen’s Bill, House Republicans have once again ignored science and protected special interests instead of wildlife.”

One of the many bad provisions of the bill not only strips protection from wolves but forbids court challenges. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife…

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Take Action to Protect Our Nation’s Wildlife

Exposing the Big Game

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HUMANE ALERT
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Take Action to Protect Our Nation’s Wildlife
Dear Jim,

The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service is still collecting public comments on a proposed rule to limit predator control activities on Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuges. At stake is an opportunity to stop:

• brown and black bear trapping
• brown bear baiting
• the killing of black bears, wolves and coyotes in their dens
• the aerial gunning of bears

Please send a message to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in support of the proposal.

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The Kooples: We Won’t Stop Until You Stop Selling Fur

The Kooples has agreed to ditch angora—now tell it to have compassion for ALL animals.

Source: The Kooples: We Won’t Stop Until You Stop Selling Fur

Peta Petition: Young Ostriches Butchered for ‘Luxury’ Bags

Soon after exposing the slaughter of alligators and crocodiles for Hermès Birkin bags, eyewitnesses capture video of an Hermès and Prada suppliers butchering young ostriches.

Source: Young Ostriches Butchered for ‘Luxury’ Bags

Animals Don’t Smoke

Tell Philip Morris International and R.J. Reynolds to stop testing tobacco products on animals!

Source: Animals Don’t Smoke