Pretend pets don’t have to be walked or fed.
Why Ron Kagan freed the Detroit Zoo’s elephants
“If you want people to open their hearts toward these animals, we have to bring them close.”
“Which of us is more radical? You! You cause murder. Have a nice day.”
The adorable Virgil and his human Congressman Ted Deutch took to Twitter today to announce a new bill preventing cruelty to animals.
The practices exposed in the video represent the opposite of humane slaughter. As a shochet who is proud of the long-standing tradition of shechita that I’ve inherited, I am deeply saddened by the disturbing images in the newly uncovered videos.
Should households that are committed to cage-free eggs also promise to only adopt pets from shelters? If you generally purchase ethically-raised meat, why not extend your sensibilities to only buying beauty and cleaning products that weren’t tested on animals?
Two thirds of the world’s vertebrate species will be dead by 2020 if we continue on our current path. It’s our Jewish duty to stop that from happening, writes Matthew Gindin.
The last survivors of a Gaza zoo, where dozens of animals died of starvation and children petted stuffed carcasses, left on Wednesday for sanctuary outside the Palestinian territory.
An Israeli soldier who fatally shot a camel — and his friend who filmed the November incident — were sentenced to prison and stripped of their rank.