Breaking News – Taiwan Bans Slaughter of Cats and Dogs for Human Consumption!!

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Taiwan bans slaughter of cats and dogs for human consumption!!

BBC reported on April 11, 2017

that the “Taiwan’s parliament has approved a bill banning the slaughter of cats and dogs for human consumption.

The bill also prohibits those using a car or motorbike from pulling their pets alongside them on a lead as they travel. Anyone caught breaching the order faces a large fine or up to two years in prison – and having their names and photographs made public.

The measures were introduced to improve the country’s animal protection laws. The move on Tuesday is a landmark amendment to Taiwan’s Animal Protection Act, and is the first of its kind in Asia.”

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Click HERE to learn more from the World Dog Alliance.

Taiwan’s president, Tsai Ing-wen, is the first female president of that nation and she used her leadership role to…

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Animal Legal Defense Fund Urges USDA Inspection for Tony the Tiger

Free Tony The Tiger

Posted on April 11, 2017

Truck Stop Tiger’s Potential Failing Health Requires Immediate Government Intervention


BATON ROUGE, La. – The Animal Legal Defense Fund has submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture requesting an inspection of Tony, based on recent information raising concerns regarding the tiger’s health. Tony, a 16-year-old Siberian-Bengal tiger, is held in a cage at Grosse Tete’s Tiger Truck Stop where he lives amidst diesel fumes and the roar of the adjacent highway. The USDA licenses the Truck Stop under the federal Animal Welfare Act.

For years, the Animal Legal Defense Fund has worked to have Tony moved to a reputable sanctuary. While the legal battle continues, recent observations by members of the public and a private investigator raise concerns about Tony’s health, prompting the Animal Legal Defense Fund to call on the USDA to inspect the Tiger Truck Stop facility. The group’s…

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List Of 400 Companies That Refuse To Use GMOs In Their Products

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Amanda Froelich at

From Amy’s Kitchen to Earth Balance, here is a list of 400 companies that refuse to include genetically modified foods in their products.

Like vaccinations and opinions on President Trump, the topic of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is incredibly controversial. This is because research is mixed on the subject, with certain institutions declaring tampered-with foods to be 100% safe, while others have concluded the exact opposite.

So far, it’s known that genetically modified (GM) foods may contribute to organ damage, gastrointestinal and immune system disorders, accelerated aging, and infertility. This is why the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) urges doctors to prescribe non-GMO diets for all patients.

According to data compiled by the Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), which is spearheaded by consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith, genes which are inserted into foods, such as soy and corn, can transfer into the DNA of bacteria…

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Wisconsin’s citizens want to resolve the “decades-old” conflict between bear hounders and wolves through the legislative process 

Wolves of Douglas County WI Films

Many animals are harmed (through suffering and killing) to serve human interests and values without due consideration of other animals’ interests and intrinsic value.  ~Compassionate Conservation 

Wisconsin can no longer afford to go back, back to the old way of thinking;  the killing of wildlife in order to conserve them. For example; Wisconsin spent decades on wolf recovery, recovery of an imperiled species that was hunted to near extinction; then in a shocking twist, the state of Wisconsin legislature mandated a trophy hunt of wolves fresh off the Endangered Species List; 

If the wolf is not listed on the federal endangered list and is not listed on the state endangered list, the department shall allow the hunting and trapping of wolves and shall regulate such hunting and trapping as provided in this section and shall implement a wolf management plan. In regulating wolf hunting and trapping, the department may limit…

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Vietnam: Bazan and Wendles Have Been Rescued And The Bile Farm Closed. Watch Their Journey To A New Home On Livestream.

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News from Animals Asia,

Animals Asia’s rescue team are in in Gia Lai province Vietnam to rescue two moon bears and close a bile farm.

The team will then travel 1,200km back to our sanctuary.

We need your help. Please cheer them on, tell everyone you know and donate if you can.

Bazan and Wendles are coming home.

Keep up to date with the rescue via the live stream:

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School of Monsters

UPDATE New Petition: Save Ruperta the African elephant from neglect and captivity. Send her to a SANCTUARY!

Petition: Stop selling real fur labelled as ‘faux fur’ in the UK!, United Kingdom

UPDATE On Petition: South Africa: Protect Rhinos from Poaching – Don’t Legalize the Trade of Rhino Horn!

Update – The petition is now closed! 

On April 5th South Africa constitutional court allowed the ban on the sale of rhino horns to be lifted!

Please Take Action to Help Protect Rhinos

Rantings From a Virtual Soapbox

Please sign and share the following petition:

South Africa: Protect Rhinos from Poaching – Don’t Legalize the Trade of Rhino Horn!

“In 2016, more than 1,000 rhinos were poached in South Africa.Rhinos are no longer safe even at zoos – rhino horn is in such high demand that poachers recently broke into France’s Thoiry Zoo, shot and killed a white rhinoceros, and sawed off his horn with a chainsaw. Zoos throughout Europe and reserves in Africa are now cutting off the horns of living rhinos to protect them from the criminal gangs determined to kill rhinos and acquire their horn.

Despite the immense threats rhinos face as a species, South Africa is considering a proposal to legalize the trade of rhino horn within the nation’s borders and allow some exports for “personal purposes.”

Please sign this petition urging South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs and the South African Parliament…

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