January 25, 2019
Urge Roger Williams Park Zoo to Give Up Bullhooks
Using a weapon on a captive elephant is blatantly cruel. Unfortunately, this harsh treatment is simply business as usual for one New England zoo. Please urge Roger Williams Park Zoo to stop using bullhooks and to close down its elephant exhibit once and for all.
Alert New Congress to Wild Horse and Burro Atrocities!
The 2018 mid-term elections created a considerable shift in representation, with nine new members in the U.S. Senate and 93 new members in the U.S. House. Yet, cruel factions still exist in Congress that want to do harm to America's wild horses and burros. With the government shutdown garnering all the attention of Congress, we must act now to let our legislators know they cannot forget wild horses and burros.
Knoxville Passes Ordinance to Save Thousands of Cats Yearly
The Knoxville City Council voted on Tuesday, January 15, to approve a proposed trap-neuter-return ordinance for community cats. The new ordinance allows for trap-neuter-return of community cats, effectively stopping them from inundating the local animal shelter where they are most often left unadopted and instead killed.
Join Our Activist Appreciation Month Events!
We're so excited to announce our amazing line-up of events for Activist Appreciation Month this February! To honor your activist efforts we've scheduled self-care webinars, activist spotlights, an Ode to Activists poem, and a collaborative international action to save the Amazon Rainforest. Read on to see what we've got in store for you.
Missing Horses: Illegal Horse Slaughter Round-up Update
We have been flooded with your concerns ever since we published news of an illegal round-up in Palomino Valley, Nevada. Several privately "owned" family horses with guardians are still missing, presumed to have been stolen and then slaughtered.
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