Teddy’s collar was so very tight it went from strangling hi m to almost decapitating him. Teddy’s head was swollen with infection and was about 4 times the size it was supposed to be and it was unbelievable that Teddy was still standing.
Wild horses are being terrorized by the government and cattle ranchers
So I grabbed a long-handled shovel, the only weapon at hand, and prepared myself for Option 2. I gathered myself for the work any chicken farmer worth her salt must have to do all the time. I took a deep breath and brought the sharp head of the shovel down on the possum’s neck as hard as I could. Slam. This did almost nothing. The possum hissed, showed me its mouthful of dripping teeth, and emitted one of the rottenest scents I have ever smelled. I hit it again. Wham. The possum was wounded, but still very much alive. I had to ram the blade of the shovel into the head of that animal about 30 times before it actually died. My pulse was racing. I was hot, sweating, shaking and exhausted from the effort.
The government would put out that statement if they thought you would believe it. Our government lies about so many things and one of the reasons is they know the majority of its citizens just don’t care about anything unless it directly affects them today, right now other than that it is someone else’s problem. […]
Asking an agency wedded to the meat industry how to manage wild horses on public lands is like asking Harvey Weinstein to come up with a plan to address the atrocities against women brought to light by the MeToo movement.
Six states have already lost their wild horse populations: Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Montana has a paltry 166 left.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund, the nation’s preeminent legal advocacy organization for animals, is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for killing an 8-month-old female Chihuahua mix, whom the Animal Legal Defense Fund has posthumously named Luna.
Christopher Anthony Simpson, 21, is charged with both felony and misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty in the beating death of Axel. WILMINGTON — A Leland man accused in the Christmas Day beating death of a rescue puppy was arrested for a second time in the case during his first appearance in New Hanover County District […]
The vet said Axel had suffered severe and repeated blunt trauma and internal bleeding, comparing the condition of the dog’s battered liver to “ground hamburger.”
Witnesses followed Ward home and saw him remove the dog’s lifeless body and put it in a shed on his property, according to the release. Over Ward’s objection, law enforcement retrieved the dog’s body and discovered the animal had already died. The results of a necropsy revealed the dog died from asphyxiation and wounds consistent with road rash.
If you go to any hunting or trapping website you will see all the justifications for every picture of horror. For instance when posting a photo of a wolf with her foot caught in a barbaric trap the hunter/trapper will caption the photo with some derogatory term such as “This predator wolf” or “This destructive Beaver” They have to do this to convince you that their barbarism is normal and needed when everything they say is 100% false