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Archive of the posts written by author : Nathan J. Winograd.

El Paso Police Report: Conditions that Led to Cannabalism in Dog Pound Not “Criminal Wrongdoing”

Earlier this month, PETA released photographs given to them by a whistleblower at the El…

This Week in Animal Rights (Nov. 11, 2019)

A Texas shelter goes “from 100% kill rate to zero.” Volunteers file a First Amendment…

A Nationwide First: Protecting Full-Term, Unborn Puppies/Kittens

Photo: Mom and puppies at Austin Pets Alive. Last month, the City of Austin passed…

Lawsuit: St. Louis County Pound Illegally Silences Volunteers

Photo courtesy of St. Louis County SAVE: volunteers are the eyes, ears, and hearts of…

This Week in Animal Rights (Nov. 4, 2019)

The No Kill Advocacy Center has model legislation to ban continuous chaining of dogs. A…

This Week in Animal Rights (Oct. 28, 2019)

A proposed law in Hilliard, OH, would jail cat lovers who care for “feral”/community cats.…

Fueling America with 0% Beef 100% Taste.

Make it easy and delicious for people to do right by animals and more of…

Horror at an El Paso Kill Shelter

PETA’s call for a criminal investigation was warranted, but so is the need for an…

OC Cat “Rescue Groups” Become a Threat to Cats/Kittens

The Orange County, CA, animal shelter has been served with a cease and desist letter,…

This Week in Animal Rights (Oct. 21, 2019)

A local pet store transitions from selling commercially-raised puppies to only offering rescued shelter animals.…