Breaking! INTERPOL Releases Update On Massive Illegal Wildlife Trade Operation That Recovered 2 Polar Bear Carcasses, 14 Big Cats & Over A Ton Of Elephant Ivory

Photos from INTERPOL An international operation against the illegal trade in wildlife has resulted in millions of dollars-worth of seizures including parts from endangered species such as polar bears and tigers. INTERPOL announced today that the operation has so far resulted in 1,974 seizures and the identification of some 1,400 suspects; triggering arrests and investigations […]

Urgent From PETA: Hot-Weather Survival Tips for Animals

For Immediate Release:June 19, 2018 Contact:Brooke Rossi 202-483-7382 Little Rock, Ark. – With high temperatures forecast for the upcoming months and a recent report that a dog had to be rescued from Pinnacle Mountain after suffering from heat exhaustion in Little Rock over the weekend, animals—who can quickly succumb to heatstroke if left outdoors—are at […]

Montréal Moves to Ban Archaic Horse-Drawn Carriages

Written by Zachary Toliver | June 19, 2018 In a move to join a more compassionate 21st century, the city of Montréal in Québec, Canada, has moved to ban all horse-drawn carriages! © iStock.com/SashaFoxWalters  The calèche industry has been a longtime stain on Montréal’s tourism industry, but the city’s new bylaw will eliminate the cruel, […]