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  • Jan
  • 29

Cherokee’s Trail of Tears Continues

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Cherokee's Trail of Tears Continues

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina has a long history of suffering and hardship, and adversity on their territory has not yet come to an end. The sovereign land is home to three decrepit roadside zoos, in which animals are deprived of everything that is natural and important to them. One zoo, Chief Saunooke Bear Park , was …

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  • Mar
  • 20

‘No-Kill’ Nightmare: When an Animal ‘Sanctuary’ Isn’t

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Acquiring an animal means making a lifetime commitment . But what if illness, economic hardship or some other unforeseen circumstance forces you to give up a cherished animal companion? Many well-meaning people unwittingly turn to pseudo-sanctuaries that promise loving care for their animals, but as a new PETA undercover investigation reveals , giving animals away to strangers—even those who make big promises on polished websites …

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  • Nov
  • 11

The Meat Industry Endangers Motorists and Animals Alike

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Out along highways and rural roads throughout the U.S., you’ll see tractor-trailers loaded with pigs—or cattle, turkeys or chickens— taking the animals to their fate . Most of us prefer not to think of the gruesome end that these animals face. But scenes of slaughter play out along these same roads again and again as the trucks overturn. Recently, a truck loaded with …

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