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Archive of posts published in the tag: No Kill

This Week in Animal Rights (June 10, 2019)

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

Good for animals. Good for people. Good for the planet.

A new report says that within two decades, most of the world’s meat will NOT…

With friends like these…

A dog considered not “the best” and killed by a pound who shares the deadly…

The Tyranny of Bad Ideas

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

A Whopper of a Day

By Nathan & Jennifer Winograd It’s been 24 years since I stepped inside a Burger…

The Week (of June 3, 2019) in Review

Wanda (pictured here facing the camera) was deemed “dog aggressive” by staff in a Texas…

Scientists: Curb the Endless Slaughter

The Washington Post says the mass killing of wolves has led to a growth in…

The Week (of May 27, 2019) in Review

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

Conservation Biology: Blaming & Killing Cats is Wrong/Unscientific

Proponents of cat slaughter try to legitimize the mass killing under the false mantel of…

The Death of Austin

The New York City pound killed Austin, an emaciated and blind dog, who bit someone’s…