Category Archives: cruel

Animal Advocates is against fox and coyote penning

Coyote, fox penning is inhumane Virginia Department of Game and Inland FisheriesAttn: Policy Analyst and Regulatory Coordinator Please, ban coyote and fox penning. Capturing, transporting, marketing, and penning wild animals for dog training is inherently cruel, and should be banned … Continue reading

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Donating used furs to animal groups, Mary Cummins, Animal Advocates

For years people have kindly offered to give us used fur to use as bedding for wildlife babies. They no longer want to wear fur because they don’t approve of the inhumane fur industry and killing animals just for clothing. … Continue reading

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Declawed lynx, inhumane, Mary Cummins, Animal Advocates

A woman who breeds lynx declawed her lynx. That caused this cat to be crippled. It’s illegal to declaw big cats in California. It’s illegal to declaw big cats and wildlife if the animal has a USDA permit. It’s illegal … Continue reading

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New PSA from The Paw Project, Dr. Jennifer Conrad – by Mary Cummins

New public service announcement from The Paw Project http://www.thepawproject.com Dr. Jennifer Conrad. Declawing cats is cruel and inhumane. People don’t realize that the last digit of all their paws are just cut off. They don’t just remove the claw. It’s … Continue reading

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