Blog: Wilderness is an animal rights issue
IN OUR CURRENT NEWSLETTER:
*900 wild bison to die in 'cull'
*Silencing the Thunder
*FBI on animal cruelty
*Ice buckets & lab animals
*Trip to lab might kill you first
*Frog guts? NO! Froguts, Inc., YES!
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*Tail end: Wag it!
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All states' trapping regs: Google (your state) trapping regulations. How to save your trapped dog: see our Nov. newsletter
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On "direct action" activism: Why violence should never be an option
WILDLIFE "SERVICES" sickening stats: 2013 table; All graphs/tablesANIMAL BILL OF RIGHTSSTOP TROPHY HUNTING NOW! Facebook page
For the curious or the committed: "The Inconvenience of Being Vegan." Responses to every honest question & naysaying comment directed at people who don't eat or wear animals or their products; loaded with useful links.
"I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it's such a beautiful animal. There you go. I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her."
A happy resident of New Dawn Montana Farm Sanctuary near Stevensville, MT. Never to end up in mutton stew or Ugg boots, this lucky rescued gal (she's a "resc-ewe") named Precious has found a permanent, caring home. Support your local farmed animal sanctuary!
Q: What is your opinion on the proposed equine slaughter plant in Wyoming?
A: "When you run livestock such as horses you cannot keep everyone that is junk. That is loss of profits and runs you out of business...." Read more here.
Author Archives: Kathleen Stachowski
“I wish to speak a word for Nature, for absolute freedom and wildness…I wish to make an extreme statement, if so I may make an emphatic one, for there are enough champions of civilization… what I have been preparing to say … Continue reading
Q: What do coyotes, skunks, weasels, jackrabbits, raccoons, starlings, and grey wolves in Idaho have in common? A: An arsenal of bullets heading their way. Why? All are designated as predators by Idaho Fish and Game. And unless we–you and I–send … Continue reading
“It’s farming. It is just a different type of farming.” So said Larry Schultz in a bid to move his bobcat fur farm from North Dakota–away from the hustle and bustle of booming Bakken shale oil production–to Fergus County, Montana. … Continue reading
For weeks now, our local newspaper has been running a full-page ad for the PIGGEST. RAFFLE. EVER. It exhorts me to kick-off my summer “the right way, by winning the ultimate BBQ package.” A pink pig, arms akimbo, grins sardonically. … Continue reading
How extreme does one have to be to earn the title of “Extreme Huntress”? Don’t let the diminutive -ess suffix trick you into thinking this title is a shoddy substitute for the real (male) deal. These women will get up off … Continue reading
Think back to when you first read or heard about debeaking. Remember how shocked, horrified, and disgusted you were? You had to adjust your schema–the cognitive framework that helps you make intellectual sense of the human animal/nonhuman animal relationship–to accommodate … Continue reading
If you aren’t angry, it’s possible that you aren’t concerned about speciesism. If you are concerned about speciesism but you’re not angry, you probably aren’t paying attention. Because lordy, speciesism is everywhere and so thoroughly normalized that it’s invisible in plain … Continue reading
One woman (sporting a Safari Club International cap), one gun, one dead giraffe. One pump-my-ego photo posted and then shared hundreds of times on animal rights Facebook pages, generating thousands of sad or angry comments. Many–distressingly many–of the responses to these … Continue reading
From tragic to jubilant in eight short words: ”Puppies left to die in garbage bin reunited.” The headline pulls you into the story–you already know it ends well–but still, you have to confront the fact that someone callously trashed a box … Continue reading