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Archive of posts published in the category: ASPCA

The Best & Worst of Times

When it comes to dogs, cats, and other animal companions, the coronavirus pandemic has brought…

Study: People Think Well Known Means Effective, Except for PETA

Americans have a soft spot for animals and are not very discerning when it comes…

From the Arms of Angel to the Angel of Death

How ASPCA negligence, corruption, and indifference led to the death of a little dog named…

ASPCA: “No Comment” Regarding Death of 20 Dogs

The ASPCA reluctantly promised to investigate itself after it was leaked to the press that…

NYC Pound’s “Criminal” Conduct Results in Brutal Dog Death

The New York City pound, long a bastion of incompetence, corruption, and uncaring, killed Don…

“No Big Deal”: The Killing of April

   The killing of dogs for alleged “behavior” continues apace by agencies who claim to…

The ASPCA cut corners during transport. Did it cost 20 dogs their lives?

The ASPCA took in roughly $263 million in 2017. That same year, ASPCA CEO Matt…

Falling Up

Two weeks ago, I wrote about a nationwide tour by Roger Haston of PetSmart Charities.…

The Week (of Apr. 8, 2019) in Review

Protecting animals from cruelty, the NYC pound alters computer records, legislation pending in New Jersey…