Archive for August, 2022

Meet Charlie, one of roughly 4,000 beagles spared from animal testing

Meet Charlie, one of roughly 4,000 beagles spared from animal testing

It’s hard to fathom just how many little beings the phrase “roughly 4,000 beagles” represents, which is why we were so very happy to help these souls recently spared from life in a laboratory. Charlie is just one of the beagles bred for a sad . . . 

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How we work to save animals (part 3): Going corporate for a change

By on August 11, 2022 in Farm Animals with 1 Comment
How we work to save animals (part 3): Going corporate for a change

Note: This blog is part of a series highlighting how we fight—and win—for animals. This post focuses on how we’re ending the worst forms of institutionalized animal suffering by working with corporations. Our previous post in this series covered our efforts with governments and legislative . . . 

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Breaking: New developments in key U.S. Supreme Court case for animals

Breaking: New developments in key U.S. Supreme Court case for animals

Those who follow this blog know about the impending lawsuit in front of the United States Supreme Court, which will have immense consequences for animals. The case centers around Proposition 12, California’s landmark law to address animal cruelty and public health issues stemming from the . . . 

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How we work to save animals (part 2): Yes, there should be a law

How we work to save animals (part 2): Yes, there should be a law

Note: This blog is part of a series highlighting how we fight—and win—for animals. For this post, I join with Sara Amundson, president of the Humane Society Legislative Fund, to tell the story about how we tackle institutionalized animal suffering by changing laws and government . . . 

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How we work to save animals (part 1): Behind-the-scenes

By on August 2, 2022 in Animal Rescue and Care, Equine with 3 Comments
How we work to save animals (part 1): Behind-the-scenes

If you follow our stories here on this blog or on our social platforms or email lists, you are probably familiar with the central calling that keeps us working day after day: to stand up and fight for all animals who are suffering. You’ve probably . . . 

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