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Doing What is Right for the Pig

Animal welfare continues to be at the forefront of discussion throughout the swine community. And Dr. Angela Baysinger’s talk at Boehringer Ingleheim’s Swine Health Seminar hit on just that. Pig welfare and doing what is right for the pig centered discussion on crates and pain mitigation in castration and tail docking. I had a chance to speak with Dr. Baysinger... Read More

“No Blood For Vanity!” Hong Kong Animal Right Activists Protest the Fur Fair

Hong Kong is a "premier global fur trade center" because of the demand from mainland China. At the same time, cheap fur products also flooded the local market.

Spectacles of shadow: Fellows Friday with Christine Marie

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Imagine 20-foot-tall shadows — animated by live performers — that pop out right next to you. TED Fellow Christine Marie creates an immersive, experimental theater of shadows that layers textured, colored light into wordless storytelling. Show More Summary

Karma The Labrador Dog Shot Twice In The Head, Animal Rights Groups Offer Reward For Shooter

A Labrador dog named Karma was shot twice in the head and left for dead, and now animal rights groups are offering a $5,000 cash reward for anyone who can identify the shooter. In a related report by the Inquisitr, a firefighter named...Show More Summary

Animal Rights Activists Stage Protest Outside Manhattan Whole Foods

A group of activists who claim Whole Foods's "Certified Humane" animal product suppliers are fraudulent staged a protest outside one of the company's stores in Chelsea today, as part of a worldwide effort to promote animal welfare. [ more › ]

Cute or Not: BuzzFeed Launches Animal Photo-Sharing App on iOS

BuzzFeed has announced the launch of its second app, Cute or Not, on iOS devices. The app allows users to swipe left or right on pictures of animals to rate them as cute or \"not,\" all with the goal of discovering the cutest animals...Show More Summary

PETA Will Be Fined All of $500 For Killing a Little Girl's Dog

It seems PETA is going to be punished for taking and killing Maya, a little girl's pet chihuahua. The putative "animal rights" organization -- which hauled in $50,000,000 in donations last year -- will be forced to pay a $500 fine. We discovered this today in an article in the Virginia Pilot, where the paper quotes PETA as "devastated" by their act. Show More Summary

Don Lemon Interviews Animals Now

This is @CNN. #donllama — CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) February 27, 2015 You’re goddamn right it is.

Activists hope to send two Russian alcoholic bears to rehab

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Two alcoholic bears may be given a new lease on life if animal rights groups succeed in their bid to have them moved from a cage outside a restaurant in Sochi, Russia, to a rehab facility in Romania. As the Russian news agency Tass reports, the two male bears are being helped into recovery by a…...

Apple Begins Animating Landmarks in Maps, Starting With London Eye and Big Ben's Clock

Apple yesterday updated its 3D "Flyover" map of London, adding animated images onto popular London-based attractions that result in real-time moving pictures right inside of the Maps app (via The Daily Mail). The update causes the current...Show More Summary

Pokédex Animated starts things off right with Cubone

YouTuber Versiris began a new series of videos introducing Pok é mon through adorably animated Pok é dex entries, narrated by a GLaDOS-like voice. The first entry features my personal favorite Pok é mon, Cubone. Cubone's story is really sad, so things get a little depressing for the first video. Show More Summary

SeaWorld attendance falls 4%; PETA attributes drop to 'Blackfish'

Attendance at SeaWorld Entertainment's parks dropped 4% in 2014, a decline that one animal rights group attributed to a public revolt against the parks following the release of the 2013 movie "Blackfish."

Kid Rock Thinks Selfies are "Gay," Rocks Otter Skin to Piss Off Animal Rights Groups

Kid Rock claims to be "completely otter" his mind, and based on his comments in the following video, we're inclined to agree. This isn't the seething Kid Rock that bashed Michael Moore and Seth Rogen on Twitter, but his opinions are likely to piss some people off anyway: Kid Rock: Screw You, Animals! First, there's his jacket. Show More Summary

Music - An Evening with Morrissey - Vivid Sydney 2015

26-27 May As part of this year's Vivid Festival line-up, the inimitable Morrissey – erstwhile Smiths frontman, rock iconoclast, staunch animal rights activist...

Can a Food That Sterilizes Dogs Solve the World's Stray Problem?

He's the person who gave birth to the animal rights movement in the United States. Heck, he's the reason the phrase "animal rights" became a household word. His work while at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) helped to save millions of lives. Show More Summary

Morrissey: Why I Think He Should Be Applauded For His Animal Rights Convictions

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Morrissey: Why I Think He Should Be Applauded For His Animal Rights Convictions

Gaumont Picks Up Animated Rights To ‘Laurel & Hardy’

Gaumont Animation has picked up the exclusive worldwide option to develop and produce an animated 2D series based on the iconic comic duo Laurel & Hardy. The LA-based animation unit of the French mini-major acquired the rights from Larry...Show More Summary

Activists Don’t Want Live Monkeys in New ‘Pirates’ Movie

As filming for the fifth film in the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ series begins in Australia, animal rights groups are trying to stop the production crew from importing monkeys all Read More The post Activists Don’t Want Live Monkeys in New ‘Pirates’ Movie appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Terrorism, Animal Advocacy, Or Free Speech? Two Animal Rights Activists Argue Their Deeds Are Mislabeled

Two animal rights activists will argue in court today that they are not guilty of terrorism, and that to label their actions as such strips them of free speech rights. Kevin Johnson and Tyler Lang stand accused of releasing animals being...Show More Summary

Non-violent 'Terrorism'?

By Rachel Meeropol, Senior Staff Attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights. In a Chicago courtroom today, I will urge a federal judge to dismiss terrorism indictments against two animal rights activists accused of freeing thousands of mink from fur farms. Show More Summary

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