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Archive of posts published in the tag: ASPCA

This Week in Animal Rights (June 10, 2019)

Blaze (pictured here) was “accidentally” killed by a pound when employees put him “in the…

The Tyranny of Bad Ideas

A Former ASPCA “Director of Animal Behavior” Wants “Shelters” to Kill More “Behavior” Dogs, Wants…

The Week (of May 27, 2019) in Review

Facebook “is failing to protect innocent animals from abuse and possible death” because it refuses…

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…

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

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

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

The ASPCA is lobbying for animals to die. The ink is not yet dry on…

Kitbull

What Pixar’s masterpiece says about how far the No Kill movement has come, how far…

The Faces of NYCACC’s “Spay Neuter Kill” Victims

These are the Faces of NYCACC’s “Spay Neuter Kill” Victims On average, virtually every week…

No Kill In Spite of the ASPCA

By Nathan & Jennifer Winograd In 2007, when Bullet, this man’s dog, fell ill, he…

A Patently Unethical ‘Ethics’ Lesson

In response to a question about whether to adopt a cat from a No Kill…