"We are sickened with the footage."
An undercover video allegedly shows workers throwing, hitting, dismembering and killing the birds, and forcing the animals into violent sexual acts with each other.
A pedestrian found it beaten and wrapped in a sheet.
Animals were left without water in a hot room.
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The video shows a seal being taunted and prodded with a buoy.
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Thankfully, the dog has no long-term injuries.
Canada's humane societies and SPCAs have been telling their own individual stories since the 1800s, but we haven't had the chance to tell the collective, Canadian story until now. A new, first-of-its-kind sector report just released by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies gives us that bigger picture view.
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Experts say he's showing signs of mental decline.
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Residents say surveillance video from a bakery in the town of Wolseley showed four men going after the rodent.
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For the most part, Canadians are a kind and polite people. We help each other, we donate to causes, we rally against injustice and we mind our manners. But our weakness is that we often believe things are better than they actually are. For one, we're loathe to admit that bestiality happens in Canada and often coincides with child sexual abuse.
Compassionate Canadians should boycott rodeos and speak out against the treatment of rodeo animals. They are not the willing "athletes" that rodeos claim they are. They are victims of abuse and anyone who believes in kindness to animals should not stand on the sidelines while they suffer.
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Last week, authorities removed more than 137 tigers from the temple grounds and also found 40 dead tiger cubs in a freezer and 20 more preserved in jars.
"We had expected there would be some word on charges much sooner."
The saga of Nosey the Circus Elephant is back in the limelight, with dissident voices getting louder. Despite nearly 200 animal welfare violations, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has recently renewed Hugo Liebel's license, so the ailing animal can be exploited for human entertainment, decries People for Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA.