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Laid Off Art Director of Louis C.K.’s Cancelled Animated Show The Cops Writes Letter in Support of Survivors

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

"The amazingly talented crew on 'The Cops' that has been tirelessly working hard to create a unique prime time animated show. We now find ourselves out of a job right before the holidays."

Oh My: Anti-Aging Drug Trials To Begin in Dogs in 2019, and Humans In 2022, if the Dog Trials Are Successful?

What I'd give to be 29 again. Why start with dogs? Interestingly, it's not just that dogs are a big animals with some similarities to humans. It's that if it works on dogs, bang, you have a salable product right...

Critics hit US over elephant trophy imports

The administration of US President Donald Trump faced a barrage of criticism on Thursday from animal rights groups after it authorized the import of Zimbabwean elephant hunting trophies.

Brigitte Bardot says Trump 'unfit' after permitting elephant trophies

French screen legend and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot on Friday slammed US President Donald Trump as "unfit for office" after his administration's "shameful actions" in authorizing the import of Zimbabwean elephant hunting trophies. Show More Summary

USDA petitioned to include poultry in humane slaughter law

As Americans prepare to consume some 45 million turkeys on Thanksgiving, an animal rights group asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Wednesday to require more humane treatment for turkeys, … Click to Continue »

Connecticut Lawsuit Is The First To Claim Elephants As Legal Persons

Yesterday, the Nonhuman Rights Project filed a petition on behalf of three elephants being kept at a Connecticut zoo. The suit demands that the court recognise these animals as "legal persons" and release them to sanctuary, but given...Show More Summary

‘Paddington 2’ Bidding Battle: Warner, Sony Bearing Down On $30M+ For NA Rights Deal

EXCLUSIVE: In the auction for North American rights to Paddington 2,  a bull market has emerged for the animated bear from darkest Peru. Deadline has learned that Warner Bros and Sony are the front runners in a deal that we expect will bring in north of $30M for Studiocanal and the embattled Weinstein Co. Show More Summary

Italy bans the use of animals in circuses

Animal rights activists are winning victories as more countries prohibit animals in circus acts. This month the Italian Parliament adopted legislation to phase out animals in traveling shows and circuses, according to Animal Defenders International (ADI). It's a big move, as there are an estimated 100 circuses with 2,000 animals in Italy.[...]

Mobile Suit Gundam UC is finally getting a new Blu-ray release

For a second, I felt like I was trapped in a state between a dream and a nightmare. I guess this was due to Right Stuf revealing some new Gundam-related surprises at Anime Nebraskon '17. The biggest one is Gundam UC/Unicorn receiving another Blu-ray release. Show More Summary

The 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Award Finalists

6 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

For the third year in a row, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are back, with more silly-looking animals than ever. Wildlife photographers who were in the right place at the right time bring us images that are crying for funny captions, from motorcycling monkeys to a polar bear looking for her cub. Show More Summary

Video shows workers at a Florida dairy beating, kicking cows

Workers are shown beating, kicking and stabbing cows with steel bars at a Florida diary, in a video released by an animal rights group that has been viewed thousands of times. One of the workers seen mistreating the cows in the hard-to-watch...Show More Summary

Animal Rights Activist Vandals Tried as Terrorists

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has denied the appeals of two animal rights activists charged under the Animal Enterprise Terrorist Act (AETA). The appeal challenged the act itself as unconstitutional, and also charged that the use of word terrorist denied the activists substantive due process rights. After losing......

PETA Members Netted, Caged, Eaten by Zombies (Photos, Video)

Animal rights advocates have to be braver, wittier, and more tenacious than the industries we're up against. And PETA members have got guts in spades. The post PETA Members Netted, Caged, Eaten by Zombies (Photos, Video) appeared first on PETA.

Lifestyle Influencer Kalel Joins Forces With PETA For Vegan Closet Tour

Popular lifestyle vlogger and dedicated animal rights activist Kalel (nee Kristin Smith) is teaming up with People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals' (PETA) youth division, peta2, on a new campaign. Like many beauty and fashion creators,...Show More Summary

Animals aplenty, space at a premium in Africa's oldest zoo

Boba springs left and right for a Cairo zookeeper feeding him fruit, but the chimp's exuberance contrasts with the pitiful lack of space and natural habitat in Africa's oldest zoo.

Animals: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg opens new exhibition

last weekArts : Artdaily

Animals are a frequent subject of debate these days. Do they have a soul? How much do they suffer? Are we under any obligation to protect their individuality by granting them rights? Are human beings morally authorized to do as theyShow More Summary

Animal activists who freed 2,000 minks lose U.S. appeal

(Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday rejected a challenge by two animal rights activists to the constitutionality of a federal law used to prosecute them for breaking into an Illinois farm and releasing more than 2,000 minks into the wild.

Moby Paints Shirtless with The Shirtless Painter

last weekHumor : Funny or Die

Moby Paints Shirtless with The Shirtl... 24:12 This episode The Shirtless Painter is joined by the amazing musician, DJ, and animal rights activist Moby. Together they paint their very own trippy blacklight posters, proving once again...Show More Summary

Disney Needs to Chill Out Right Now

(Welcome to The Disney Discourse, a recurring feature where Josh Spiegel discusses the latest in Disney news. He goes deep on everything from the animated classics to the theme parks to live-action franchises. In this edition: between trying to buy 20th Century Fox and blacklisting the L.A. Show More Summary

Indonesia governor cracks down on bloody dog-boar fights

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Authorities in Indonesia's West Java province have called a halt to contests pitting dogs against wild boars, following media coverage of the bloody spectacle and pressure by animal rights activists, the provincial governor's spokesman said on Tuesday.

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