ANIMAL WATCH - Adding to the increasing reports of worldwide tragedy of Pit Bull attacks from deaths to worrisome, repeated assaults, Rapper Flávio Cesar Costa de Castro—known as Orochi—is the latest celebrity to be accused of mishandling and mistreating his three Pit Bulls.
Cockfighting: Will It Soon Become Legal In The U.S.?
ANIMAL WATCH - Cockfighting—the brutal death-sport of placing two roosters (fighting cocks) in a ring to fight for their lives or be killed during matches on which humans place bets—could make a comeback as a legal activity in the U.S. if it survives in the Oklahoma legislature.
Court Rules: “Animals Do Not Have Rights”
ANIMAL WATCH - The argument by the Nonhuman Rights Project that an elephant, named Happy, is being illegally detained at the Bronx Zoo in a case about the rights and “personhood” of highly intelligent animals, has been rejected, the New York Times reports.
Decision Expected On Banning South Korean Dog Meat
GUEST COMMENTARY - More than one million dogs are killed and eaten every year in South Korea.
Pit Bull Attacks Not Stopped by Dog Bite Awareness Week
ANIMAL WATCH - National Dog Bite Awareness Week was declared by the U.S. Postal Service this year from June 5 through June 11, 2022.
Saving Your Pet In A Fire Or Disaster Begins Now
ANIMAL WATCH - Pets in Los Angeles and much of the U.S. find themselves living under much different conditions in 2022 than just a few decades ago.