PETA’s Shareholder Proposal Calls for Thorough Evaluation of Near-Drowning Experiments on Mice and Rats

Indianapolis – When Eli Lilly shareholders join the company’s virtual annual meeting on Monday, they’ll have the opportunity to vote on a proposal from PETA—which owns stock in the company—that the company assess the effectiveness of the forced swim test and report its findings to shareholders

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1918 FLU PANDEMIC

102 years ago the 1918 influenza pandemic devastated entire communities and took at least 675,000 American lives. It was the most severe pandemic in recent history, sweeping the globe quickly and killing more than 50 million people. This video provides information and background on the 1918 flu pandemic.

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Why the Second Wave of the 1918 Spanish Flu Was So Bloody

People are so ready to get back to life, forgetting that in 1918 the second wave of the Spanish Flu reportedly killed 20-50 million. The first wave only killed 3-5 million. History does indeed repeat.

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Urgent From PETA: Hot-Weather Survival Tips for Animals

Austin, Texas – With record-breaking high temperatures expected this weekend in Texas, animals can quickly succumb to heatstroke if left outdoors. In the past two years, there have been at least 114 hot weather-related animal deaths—and these are just the ones that...

Microchipped pets are 2.5 times more likely to be returned to their owners.

Pet microchips are small, permanent identification chips that are about the size of a grain of rice. They are injected between the shoulder blades with a needle, and the process is about as quick as a vaccination. Most pets go through the one-time process without so much as a squeak. The estimated cost to implant and register a microchip ranges from about $25 to $75. However, VIP Petcare charges only $19, with free lifetime registration.

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PETA’s Shareholder Proposal Calls for Thorough Evaluation of Near-Drowning Experiments on Mice and Rats

Indianapolis – When Eli Lilly shareholders join the company’s virtual annual meeting on Monday, they’ll have the opportunity to vote on a proposal from PETA—which owns stock in the company—that the company assess the effectiveness of the forced swim test and report its findings to shareholders

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1918 FLU PANDEMIC

102 years ago the 1918 influenza pandemic devastated entire communities and took at least 675,000 American lives. It was the most severe pandemic in recent history, sweeping the globe quickly and killing more than 50 million people. This video provides information and background on the 1918 flu pandemic.

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Why the Second Wave of the 1918 Spanish Flu Was So Bloody

People are so ready to get back to life, forgetting that in 1918 the second wave of the Spanish Flu reportedly killed 20-50 million. The first wave only killed 3-5 million. History does indeed repeat.

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Urgent From PETA: Hot-Weather Survival Tips for Animals

Austin, Texas – With record-breaking high temperatures expected this weekend in Texas, animals can quickly succumb to heatstroke if left outdoors. In the past two years, there have been at least 114 hot weather-related animal deaths—and these are just the ones that...

Microchipped pets are 2.5 times more likely to be returned to their owners.

Pet microchips are small, permanent identification chips that are about the size of a grain of rice. They are injected between the shoulder blades with a needle, and the process is about as quick as a vaccination. Most pets go through the one-time process without so much as a squeak. The estimated cost to implant and register a microchip ranges from about $25 to $75. However, VIP Petcare charges only $19, with free lifetime registration.

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iHeartDogs.com Launches “Pet Product Accelerator Program”

Online retailer and pet media outlet iHeartDogs.com has announced the full launch of their “Pet Product Accelerator” program, seeking to partner with up and coming innovative pet brands by introducing them to their 1 million+ customers. This announcement comes at the perfect time right before the industry tradeshow – SuperZoo.

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9 Hotels That Give a Whole New Meaning to Pet-Friendly

9 Hotels That Give a Whole New Meaning to Pet-Friendly #hotel #travel https://t.co/wRqECp7HRR pic.twitter.com/weUFkH4Wr3— TokenPet (@tokenpet) June 26, 2017

Advancing Veterinary Care: Cancer Care

A cancer diagnosis can be devastating…whether it is for a beloved pet or family member. As the region’s premier animal cancer treatment facility, the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center sees clients everyday who are at a crisis point with their pet. Our ability to serve these patients is strengthened by our strong partnership with the Masonic Cancer Center on the East Bank of the Twin Cities campus—one of the nation’s leading human cancer research centers. This video features the work of Dr. Jaime Modiano, the Perlman Endowed Chair in Oncology at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, and other members of our Animal Cancer Care and Research team. For more information, contact Andrea Fahrenkrug at afahrenkrug [at] umn [dot] edu

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Talking canine cancer awareness with UMN

Jaime Modiano with the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine and Masonic Cancer Center answers questions about what hemangiosarcoma is, the current standard of care, and the implications his cancer research has for veterinary and human medicine.

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Teen dies after brain infection from eating undercooked pork

An Indian teen who ate undercooked pork died when parasitic tapeworms in the meat infected his brain, according to a new study.

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Why the Second Wave of the 1918 Spanish Flu Was So Bloody

People are so ready to get back to life, forgetting that in 1918 the second wave of the Spanish Flu reportedly killed 20-50 million. The first wave only killed 3-5 million. History does indeed repeat.

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Advancing Veterinary Care: Cancer Care

A cancer diagnosis can be devastating…whether it is for a beloved pet or family member. As the region’s premier animal cancer treatment facility, the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center sees clients everyday who are at a crisis point with their pet. Our ability to serve these patients is strengthened by our strong partnership with the Masonic Cancer Center on the East Bank of the Twin Cities campus—one of the nation’s leading human cancer research centers. This video features the work of Dr. Jaime Modiano, the Perlman Endowed Chair in Oncology at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, and other members of our Animal Cancer Care and Research team. For more information, contact Andrea Fahrenkrug at afahrenkrug [at] umn [dot] edu

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Talking canine cancer awareness with UMN

Jaime Modiano with the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine and Masonic Cancer Center answers questions about what hemangiosarcoma is, the current standard of care, and the implications his cancer research has for veterinary and human medicine.

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Veggie Pride NYC !!!

Meet your meat

Meet  your meat In a moving narration, actor and activist Alec  Baldwin exposes the truth behind humanity's cruelest invention - the factory farm .

A vegan journey

A vegan journey By Lori Lovely   It was a lovely spring day many years ago when a teenager was riding in the passenger seat of a racecar hauler that was being driven through rural Iowa on its way to a race. Gazing serenely upon the passing view, she observed...

Meet your meat

Meet  your meat In a moving narration, actor and activist Alec  Baldwin exposes the truth behind humanity's cruelest invention - the factory farm .

A vegan journey

A vegan journey By Lori Lovely   It was a lovely spring day many years ago when a teenager was riding in the passenger seat of a racecar hauler that was being driven through rural Iowa on its way to a race. Gazing serenely upon the passing view, she observed...

Glass Hall

Music legend and activist Paul McCartney delivers a powerful narration of this must-see video. Watch now to discover why everyone would be vegetarian if slaughterhouses had glass walls

Destructive Coal Mine Expansion in Colorado Roadless Forest Overturned

Destructive Coal Mine Expansion in Colorado Roadless Forest Overturned

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Yellow River Game Ranch Hit With Federal Animal Welfare Violations

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has just released a new inspection report documenting a slew of fresh violations of the Animal Welfare Act at notorious roadside zoo Yellow River Game Ranch.

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Could Guantanamo Bay Become PETA ‘Empathy Center’?

PETA Asks Newly Appointed Special Envoy to Replace Prison Camp With Exhibit Center Promoting Justice and Respect for All Beings On the heels of President Barack Obama’s unveiling of a plan to shut down the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, PETA sent a letter this...

Firefighters Net PETA Award for Saving Missing Dog From Sinkhole

State College, Pa. – PETA’s Compassionate Fire Department Award is on its way to Alpha Fire Company for its swift rescue of a dog named Skye, who toppled into a sinkhole after running off when her guardians let her off her leash during a walk on Monday. The couple...

Rescue gone wrong

Rescue gone wrong By Lori Lovely Animal rescue is a noble calling: selfless work that demands sacrifice, countless hours and a significant budget, often filled with heartache and fewer happy endings than hoped for. Too often, however, those who work in animal rescue...

Meet your meat

Meet  your meat In a moving narration, actor and activist Alec  Baldwin exposes the truth behind humanity's cruelest invention - the factory farm .

A vegan journey

A vegan journey By Lori Lovely   It was a lovely spring day many years ago when a teenager was riding in the passenger seat of a racecar hauler that was being driven through rural Iowa on its way to a race. Gazing serenely upon the passing view, she observed...

Last Longer

Simpson Low-Cost Clinic will be hosting 2 free Feral Cat spay/neuter days

The SPCA of Westchester's Simpson Low-Cost Clinic will be hosting 2 free Feral Cat spay/neuter days. Space is limited and everyone must make an appointment at our Clinic in order to take part (914) 941-2896 ext. 10. The dates are Wed., March 30th and Wed., April 6th!...

Living in harmony with raccoons

Raccoons Raccoons share a common ancestry with bears, and they originally lived in forests close to waterways. Like their cousins, raccoons are true omnivores who eat a wide variety of foods, including nuts, seeds, fruits, eggs, insects, frogs, and crayfish. They will...

A fish story

Some of you may remember reading about the dreadful fish massacre that took place a few years ago while my husband and I were in transition, moving from the suburbs to our farm.

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Zoo is cruelty

Zoos claim to educate people and preserve species, but they usually fall short on both counts.

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Protest bear hunt

Posted by BEAR Group on Thursday, December 10, 2015

Confessions of a card-carrying PETA member

Confessions of a card-carrying PETA member By Lori Lovely Several years ago I wrote an article for a local newspaper about an animal rights issue and was bombarded with brutal attacks from readers deriding me as a “card-carrying PETA member,” as if that designation...

A vegan journey

A vegan journey By Lori Lovely   It was a lovely spring day many years ago when a teenager was riding in the passenger seat of a racecar hauler that was being driven through rural Iowa on its way to a race. Gazing serenely upon the passing view, she observed...
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