Animals in Research, Equines, Farm Animals, Pets & Cruelty, Wildlife, Federal Legislation, State Legislation  /  

A game-changing Taking Action for Animals conference is coming up. Register now.

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

We all make decisions every day that impact animals, from the food we eat to the products we purchase to our entertainment choices. Often, the first step toward changing the world for animals is to recognize the importance of our individual decisions. The very next step is becoming savvy about saving animals through systemic reform, learning how to protect the animals in our larger communities.

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Farm Animals  /  

Breaking: We’re asking the SEC to investigate world's largest meat company's animal welfare promises

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

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Farm Animals, Federal Legislation, State Legislation  /  

USDA Secretary’s support for factory farming cruelty is an insult to animals and voters

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

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Animals in Research, Federal Legislation, In the News  /  

Breaking: Inotiv to pay historic $35 million in case involving thousands of beagles

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

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Farm Animals, Pets & Cruelty, Action Alerts, Federal Legislation  /  

Breaking: Proposed Farm Bill would create a nightmare for animals

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

The Farm Bill, a legislative package the U.S. Congress approves every five years or so to govern agricultural and food programs, has the potential to instill animal welfare and sustainability into food practices for years to come. Instead, the 2024 Farm Bill just approved in the House Agriculture Committee would undo so much progress made for animal welfare, threaten public health and create a nightmare for countless animals.

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Animals in Research, Action Alerts  /  

We’re calling on the FDA to save animals by modernizing drug testing

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

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Pets & Cruelty, In the News  /  

The truth Gov. Noem’s puppy-killing scandal reveals about us all

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

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Pets & Cruelty, Wildlife, State Legislation  /  

Hoosiers, it’s time to hold legislators accountable

The Indiana Humane Scorecard is available for the first time this year, offering a new resource for Indiana voters whose compassion for animals influences which political candidates they support. Holding legislators accountable on animal-welfare issues is critical as we strive to make our voices louder than those who hurt animals for sport or profit.

By uniting behind candidates who understand what is at stake, we can better fight animal cruelty in all forms.

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Farm Animals, Federal Legislation  /  

Help stop ‘fix’ in Farm Bill that would undercut strongest farm animal welfare law in U.S.

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

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Pets & Cruelty  /  

What you need to know about new dog import rule that bans puppies coming into the U.S.

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

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Animals in Research, In the News  /  

Chimps await sanctuary, while NIH still refuses to move them despite judge’s ruling

By Sara Amundson and Kitty Block

Despite a recent court ruling and the animal welfare benefits of sanctuary retirement, media reports indicate the National Institutes of Health is still refusing to allow 26 chimpanzees warehoused in a government laboratory in New Mexico to spend the rest of their lives at Chimp Haven. These chimps have been at this government facility since at least 2001.

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Wildlife, Federal Legislation  /  

Congressional hostiles seek to “endanger” wildlife further still

Leave it to a chamber of Congress that in too many respects has lost its way on wildlife to embrace a full-scale assault on gray wolves in the immediate aftermath of one of the most sadistic acts of cruelty ever committed against a wild animal―a female gray wolf yearling―in the nation’s history.

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