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Report: Elected official reverses course on puppy mills after campaign contributions by pet store

The Chicago Tribune is reporting that, A Chicago alderman who long championed the city’s anti-puppy…

This Week in Animal Rights (Nov. 23, 2020)

A land bridge in Utah is allowing animals to cross a freeway safely. A state…

We’re number two!

We lost out to President George W. Bush’s personal chef. His book, published by the…

This Week in Animal Rights (Nov. 16, 2020)

There is only one pet store left in the state of Minnesota that sells commercially-bred…

Walking your dog does NOT increase the risk of COVID-19

A new study in the Journal of Environmental Research claims that “People who reported walking…

Victory for community cats

Rosenberg, TX, passes the most progressive community cat law in the nation. For the first…

This Week in Animal Rights (Nov. 9, 2020)

Peanut Butter, a healthy orphaned kitten, was killed by the New York City pound with…

The Short Life & Tragic Death of Oreo Remembered

Today marks the 11-year anniversary of the ASPCA’s killing of Oreo, an abused dog, who…

The McPlant? Yes, please

McDonald’s, the biggest game in town when it comes to fast food, just announced that…

Major Biden, First Dog, reporting for (ball) duty…

After a four year hiatus, dogs will soon roam the White House grounds again. Major…