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"Monkeys had chemicals injected into their brains and backs and were later killed and dissected," the Baywatch star posted via Facebook But not because she isn't up for having a large quantity of iced water dumped over her platinum blonde head.
One celebrity who's not taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge? Pamela Anderson. The Baywatch actress and staunch animal rights activist said she will not be taking part in the challenge because of the ALS Association's use of animal testing in its research.
The man seen in an alleged dog abuse video has been identified in a search warrant obtained by Global News .
Animal rights campaigners have slammed a village pub restaurant for its refusal to stop selling the controversial foie gras delicacy.
Nestle SA, the world's biggest food company, manufactures and markets a wide range of food products including milk, chocolate, confectionery, bottled water, coffee, creamer, food seasoning and pet foods.
One of the dogs recovered during a rescue operation by the Humane Society of Missouri's Animal Cruelty Task Force had hair in dire need of grooming.
The RSPCA is campaigning for laws to make it mandatory for workers on farms to report cases of animal cruelty.
We're tracking the investigation into a disturbing case of animal cruelty in Lexington.
Clinging to life. This chicken was one of the few lucky ones rescued from a closed Turlock egg far in 2012.
The celebrity backlash against the popular Als Ice Bucket Challenge has begun with Pamela Anderson urging the stars tipping freezing water over their heads to research the charity they are helping.
Here is the Thursday law enforcement wrap-up from across the county. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.
CAMBRIDGE The Cambridge and District Humane Society is asking the public for assistance to help identify the owner of a small terrier rescued from a garbage bin in Victoria Park.
The activists in Smash HLS has never been shy about pushing the boundaries when it comes protesting Miami-based Worldwide Primates, a firm that sells monkeys sometimes used in scientific experiments.
Radoslaw Czerkawski appeared in Norfolk District Superior Court yesterday looking disheveled for the pretrial conference in the Puppy Doe case that gripped a nation.
Lyons woman Katherine Von Meister, charged with 111 counts of cruelty to animals, failed to appear for her status conference at the Loveland Courthouse Wednesday morning.
More than 100 cats -- most of them black-and-white tuxedos -- have been "anonymously abandoned" at the Marin Humane Society shelter over the past 18 months, according to the Marin County, Calif., animal-welfare organization.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 05:28 am
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