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RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> The owner of Ontario Livestock Sales, the largest livestock market in Southern California, has pleaded no contest to violating state law on animal cruelty by permitting animals too sick or injured to stand to be sold into the food supply.
A little more than a year ago, images of an emaciated, cigarette-burned and tortured pit bull emerged, causing a public outcry for justice for the dog that will be forever known as Puppy Doe.
Horacio Santorsola entered a plea of no contest Monday in San Bernardino County Superior Court to a misdemeanor count of receiving improperly held non-ambulatory animals.
Sgt. Louis Diamanti, Stonington's animal control officer, says 31-year-old Steven Richard used a BB gun rifle to shoot the turtle in the head Friday night outside a home.
Andre Robinson, who kicked a cat named King some 20 feet in the air in May, was in Brooklyn Criminal Court and was joined by hecklers who meowed and hissed at him.
Esprit, the international fashion brand for clothing and lifestyle products, has partnered up with animal rights organisation People for Ethical Treatment of Animals to introduce PETA approved vegan hangtags to mark Esprit's vegan shoe & apparel styles.
I'm going to apologize right now if you're eating breakfast, particularly if it includes a nice bit of bacon and a lovely runny egg.
Cassidy Toms in the Octagon promotes free range farming on Saturday at a national rally against factory farming.
The fact that factory-style meat production has a big environmental footprint is nothing new.
Officials in Yonkers, N.Y., where more than two dozen cats were found dead several months ago, have agreed to allocate $15,000 to boost efforts to trap-neuter-return feral cats in the city, according to a local animal welfare group.
Jefferson County Animal Control officers have had an unusually high volume of animal cruelty cases to deal with this year, and officers are looking into enrolling in a professional training session on animal cruelty with the help of an educational grant from the ASPCA.
These are some of the horrifying images of starving and dead animals on the land of one of the country's one-time farming leaders.
More than one hundred dogs and several birds are on their way to rescue shelters in Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee and Canada to be adopted.
Today is the National Day of Action against Factory Farming and SAFE spokesperson Mandy Carter said protests would be taking place across New Zealand.
Before you know it, fall will be here and it will be time to go back to school. For parents that means stocking up on notebooks, number two pencils, and back to school clothes, all of which usually take a big chunk out of a family's budget.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 03:35 am
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