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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has become an internet sensation, and has raised a lot of money for researching Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Two teenage girls, who were 15-years-of-age at the time they placed an eight-week-old kitten in the microwave and turned it on, have been sentenced to 100 hours each of community service reported the pressherald.com.
One of four remaining Kansas communities that still use gas chambers to euthanize animals has pulled the plug on its chamber and will instead train its animal control officer to perform injection-based euthanasia.
After an emergency C-section at the New York State Fair's Dairy Cow Birthing Center Monday, animal rights organization PETA now demands that the exhibit be replaced with a more realistic representation of the birthing process on farms.
Swiss corporate giant Nestle has pledged broad new animal welfare standards for its worldwide suppliers, becoming the latest major food company looking to limit some of the harmful effects of its global footprint.
Every celebrity participated in the ongoing ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with complete enthusiasm and dedication, but there are a couple of celebrities who are not very keen on it for various reasons.
The Northern Territory's Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries says he has no plans to legislate for mandatory reporting of animal cruelty in the Territory.
A man accused of beating his dog and uttering threats to the people who allegedly witnessed it was acquitted on all four counts.
The man accused of one of the worst cases of animal abuse ever seen by investigators pleaded guilty to 10 counts of ill treatment to animals, but he's still waiting for a sentencing hearing.
A Goose Creek man pleaded guilty Monday to 10 counts of animal cruelty in connection with a 2013 incident involving scores of emaciated and dead dogs.
On Friday, August 15, a two-and-a-half-year-old Airedale terrier and Rottweiler blend was discovered after his former owner left him tethered to a pole at the San Antonio Humane Society according to the organization's press release.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's office is looking for forever homes for several dogs found abandoned and malnourished in Luther, Oklahoma.
Chickens in cages and pigs in crates will be clucking and oinking for joy today, after the Labour Party's commitment to end intensive farming.
French animal rights activists staged a spectacular stunt Saturday night in Maubourget, southern France, by jumping into a bullfighting ring at the start of the event, creating chaos and causing the temporary evacuation of the arena.
Well, it finally happened. We can cross "using Grimes and Pamela Anderson in the same headline" off our bucket list.
Actress and animal rights activist Pamela Anderson holds a press conference in Torshavn at the Faeroe Islands on Friday, Aug.1, 2014.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:30 am
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