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Liam Neeson: Wolf-Eater, Equine-Slavery Advocate

What a scum! When he’s not busy making the same stupid movie over and over again, Liam Neeson can be found running his pro-equine-slavery mouth in New York City. Thinks having green cars would be too crowded but having animals thrown into the congestion is ok? Teamsters must be paying this ass.




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U.S. Skier Rescues Stray Puppies In Sochi

22-year-old freeskier Gus Kenworthy took a break to play with some stray puppies he found in host city Sochi, Russia. "Oh my glob, look who I just found! :) ‪#sochistrays" he Tweeted from his verified account on Wednesday.

He posted pictures of himself with the puppies on Twitter and Facebook, and later said, "Also, for the people wondering, I've lined up kennels 4 the pups & made vaccination appointments. Doing all I can to bring them home w/ me!"

He posted pictures of himself with the puppies on Twitter and Facebook, and later said, "Also, for the people wondering, I've lined up kennels 4 the pups & made vaccination appointments. Doing all I can to bring them home w/ me!"

The treatment of Sochi's strays has been a controversial part of the Games, with animal lovers rushing to save them before they could be euthanized by agencies contracted by local officials. Kenworthy was born in Great Britain but raised in Colorado. He won silver today in the slopestyle event in Sochi for Team USA, but he's already captured gold in the hearts of many of his animal-loving fans. - Read it at New York's Newsday




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India Ends Tests On Animals For Household Products

India has decided to end tests on animals for household products following a campaign by PETA India, with support from PETA and PETA U.K. scientists as well as members of the Indian Parliament.

This decision comes from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) following efforts by PETA India’s science policy adviser, Dr. Chaitanya Koduri, the only representative from an animal-protection group to sit on the BIS committee on household products.

The committee decided to replace a skin sensitization test—which is currently performed by rubbing harsh chemicals into guinea pigs’ shaved skin—with non-animal testing methods, followed by human skin patch tests. This move will end all animal-poisoning tests for cleaners, detergents, and other common household products in India.

The move comes on the heels of India’s decision last year to end tests on animals for cosmetics following a PETA India campaign. India is now the second nation, after Israel, to end tests on animals for both cosmetics and household products.

More than 1,300 companies refuse to harm any animals for their products anywhere in the world. You can show your support for compassionate, cruelty-free companies by using PETA’s brand-new global Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide every time you shop.




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CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can't Speak

The movie trailer for CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak was screened at the Asia For Animals Conference in Singapore by Pei Su, the Executive Director of ACTAsia for Animals, viewed by over 300 delegates, who were “moved by the powerful trailer” according to Pei and covered by the media. This is yet another breakthrough for this precedent-setting film and the animals!




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Conditions Are Abusive On Streets And In Stalls

As a veterinary consultant since 1988 to the A.S.P.C.A. the New York State Humane Association and other groups, I’ve examined New York City carriage horses, and reviewed the work of others, and I have found that the city’s population, infrastructure, climate and vehicular traffic volume create inhumane conditions for these animals.

Horses working in traffic lanes shared with motorized vehicles are constantly nose-to-tailpipe, developing respiratory impairment as detailed in an unpublished study conducted by Dr. Jeffie Roszel. She analyzed New York carriage horses’ respiratory health in 1985 and found that noxious vehicular emissions damaged the horses’ lung tissue.

http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2014/01/17/horse-carriages-are-not-...




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An Animal's Needs Aren't Fulfilled By Dragging A Carriage With A Bit In Its Mouth.

We live in a time when virtually all uses of animals -- from the chickens in battery cages to orcas in marine parks -- are contestable because all such uses can be occasions for abuse and exploitation. Also, it is now well established that animal abuse, even in the case of children who witness it, operates as a model for violence to humans.

Fortunately, we also live in a time when concerns about animals and human-animal relationships have spawned robust fields of academic inquiry (respectively, cognitive ethology and human-animal studies).

http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2014/01/17/horse-carriages-are-not-...




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ASPCA Closes Storied Enforcement Unit In NYC

For 147 years, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has served as the primary law enforcement agency for animal abuse laws in New York City.

Its uniformed agents flashed badges, carried guns, made arrests and for years starred in an Animal Planet show called "Animal Precinct.''

But now, that unit is losing its bite.

In the past few days, the ASPCA has laid off almost all its 17 remaining enforcement agents.

It's now leaving their responsibilities to the New York Police Department.

The change has been sought for years by some animal advocates.

They say the ASPCA's small enforcement staff couldn't handle the volume of abuse reports.

Others are concerned that animal abuse complaints will be given a lower priority by regular police.

Very bad!




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Bullied Gorilla Teaches Bratty Kids A Lesson

Why aren't the parents or teachers saying anything to these disgusting children? I would kick their ass, if they were mine! Great adult supervision! Yes it's ok to taunt another living thing. What do you expect in this world we live in today?




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Judge In NY Rejects DMX's Bankruptcy Filing

Karma is finally catching up to this scum animal abuser.

A federal judge in New York has tossed rapper DMX's bankruptcy filing, making him fair game for creditors.

The Journal News reports that a bankruptcy judge in White Plains dismissed the 42-year-old rapper's July 29 Chapter 11 filing on Friday.

The hip-hop star's real name is Earl Simmons. The judge's move means he could lose his possessions including his share in a home in suburban Mount Kisko.

Simmons' biggest debt is $1.3 million in child support owed to some of the 10 children he has fathered.

U.S. Trustee Tracy Hope Davis said Simmons failed to provide trustworthy information in his bankruptcy filing.

The Associated Press




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Baby Elephant Navann's Outing

Baby elephant Navann plays in the mud pit and takes a dip in the river with his mother and nanny at Elephant Nature Park in Mae Tang, Chiang Mai, northern Thailand.




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