Monday , 6 November 2017

Food

Animal rights for the win!

ALOP and PETA has a lot to celebrate this year: Ringling Bros. paid the largest fine in circus history for violations of the Animal Welfare Act, the Environmental Protection Agency adopted modern replacements for animal tests, businesses got rid of cruel glue traps, and advertising agencies pledged never to use great apes in their ads. We've rounded up the highlights ... Read More »

Keep holiday food away from your pooch

I’ve watched my brother-in-law lavish ribs, potato salad and even nachos on his beloved pooch with reckless abandon. Give my dog Lulu a banana, and she returns it in a far less pleasant form. That’s why I spend the holidays policing relatives as they walk their near-empty Thanksgiving plates to the kitchen. They mean well, they really do. But depositing ... Read More »

McDonald’s, Target drop egg supplier after animal cruelty report

McDonald’s and Target dropped an egg supplier this week after an activist group released disturbing video showing what it says shows animal cruelty at three of the company’s barns. The undercover video, released by Mercy for Animals, was allegedly shot between May and August at facilities run by Sparboe Farms in Colorado, Iowa and Minnesota. It shows hens crammed in ... Read More »

5 thing to know about catnip

Here are five things every cat lover should know about this mysterious product that drives cats batty. 1. Catnip is an actual plant. A member of the mint family, Nepeta cataria L. (aka catnip) grows throughout the United States. The plant features small, lavender flowers and jagged, heart-shaped leaves that smell faintly of mint. 2. It’s easy to grow. Cat ... Read More »

80 percent of antibiotics are used on animals

I don’t know about you but in my life I have taken Antibiotics about 5 times. So to think these farm animals have take these daily just to survive deeply saddens me. people these are mammals like us with feeling and brains. I just someday will have the respect to give them a good life before we throw them helplessly ... Read More »