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  • The facts about de-clawing cats, presented in no-nonsense, stern language. It's not sugar-coated or "prettied up" in any way; it's just the straight, graphic truth. Please don't do this!

    Why You Should Never Declaw Cats

    Why You Should Never Declaw Cats

    by Liz Elias72

  • Stray dog and cat overpopulation creates a very real issue in our communities. The simplest way you can help is to spay and neuter your pets. This article will discuss the benefits of spaying and neutering for you, your pet, and for the domestic dog and cat populations as a whole.

    Spaying and Neutering Saves Lives

    Spaying and Neutering Saves Lives

    by Liz Hardin2

  • Dolphins are exceptionally complex creatures, and one such species, the bottlenose dolphin, has been around for 15 million years. It's time to rethink the quality of life of these species in captivity. Are these shows cruel? Let's find out.

    Rethink the Dolphin Show—Don't Buy the Ticket

    Rethink the Dolphin Show—Don't Buy the Ticket

    by Layne Holmes23

  • How can we stop puppy mills? We can start by considering adoption. When you buy your puppy from the pet store, it is usually from a mill. Puppy mills are all about profit and don't consider the well-being of these animals.

    How to Join the Fight Against Puppy Mills

    How to Join the Fight Against Puppy Mills

    by Savanna H2

  • This article exists to dispel the myth that animals need, or should be fed, live food for optimum nutrition and psychological wellness.

    Feeding Pets Live Food Is Cruelty

    Feeding Pets Live Food Is Cruelty

    by Melissa A Smith156

  • Are you worried about a dog in your neighborhood? Do you suspect abuse? This can be an extremely upsetting and emotional situation for anyone to deal with. If you do suspect an animal is being abused, there are several things that you can do to intervene legally and safely.

    What to Do If You Think an Animal or Dog Is Being Abused

    What to Do If You Think an Animal or Dog Is Being Abused

    by Layne Holmes2

  • What do you do if you find a lost dog or stray? Is there a dog roaming in your neighborhood or is it in the road? Does it have a collar? If you find a stray dog, you may be wondering what to do and who to call. Here are some safety tips and steps to take.

    What to Do If You Find a Lost Dog or Stray

    What to Do If You Find a Lost Dog or Stray

    by Layne Holmes2

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