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DANGEROUS PET FOOD Eyes, bones, feathers and birds beaks, blood, intestines, tendons, mammaries, gullets and sick, rotten or cancerous body parts; this is what is behind the so called by-products used to make Commercial Pet Food. Pet food manufacturers do...

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Upper Corsica- A good hearted group of animal rights activists who love cats and take care of them is facing a great deal of troubles. Firstly, they are suffering the threats coming from a neighbour who can’t stand those poor cats and threated to set on...

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    Dominion, the documentary sequel to 2014’s Lucent. Chris Delforce’s new documentary Dominion shows the absolute horror of animal agriculture industry in Australia. Dominion makes large use of new technologies, such as aerial drones, that...

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Every year, on 28 September, World Rabies Day is celebrated to raise awareness about rabies prevention. You have probably heard about this disease before from a newspaper article or the TV, but do you really know what rabies is and how to prevent this dis...

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TOKYO ANIMAL CRUELTY 2018 World Cup in Russia has recently ended, causing the death of an awful lot of stray dogs, in silence of mass media and FIFA. Animal rights organizations fought a losing fight against this meaningless slaughter. Now is the time to ...

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QUINOA, THE MOTHER OF ALL GRAINS Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal, not technically a grain or a traditional cereal. This means it is a non-grassy plant used in much the same way as cereals and grains with a similar nutritional profile. Whole grains include the ...

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OIPA WELCOMES ITS NEW DELEGATION IN CHILE Cases of cruelty on animals are a daily occurrence in Chile. In this country, there is still no respect for animals and people hardly acknowledge the existence of animal rights. Last December, a law was adopted wh...

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ARTÙ, A SWEET CAT WITH A SAD STORY: BETWEEN ABANDONMENT, INDIFFERENCE AND OMISSION   Artù is the name OIPA Rome decided to give the poor cat that, regardless of his disease and the indifference of those who surrounded him, is fighting through life ...

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Donkey: stupidity or rebellion? A donkey sensed a hungry wolf was slithering about, so he began to limp and moan until the wolf cried out: What makes you limp, my donkey friend? Why such a mournful bray?      Oh, wolf, this thorn stuck in my hoof has...

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Why would anyone abandon their cat? Animal rights organizations throughout the world know only too well how often adult cats are relinquished to cat shelters or just abandoned, and how difficult it is to have them adopted. As a consequence, quite healthy ...

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Cameroon is among the top ten countries in Africa for biodiversity. The Bamenda Highlands forms a physically distinct region in the Cameroon Mountains, with many species that are unique to this region. The urbanization, the pollution and the conversion of...

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NEWS 2016

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OIPA campaign DON’T SHOP, ADOPT! is a wonderful opportunity to rethink one of the most horrible traditions Italy, but all the world together with it, has: to buy and give away puppies as Christmas gifts. Every year, all over the world, particularly in t...

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DOMESTIC CATS DON’T NECESSARILY NEED CLAWS. SURGERY TO REMOVE THEM? There is a reason why nature gave cats claws. They are very important to felines so that they can defend themselves, climb trees, scratch… Most of owners complain the habit cats have ...

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Do we have to shave our dog in summer time? Humans and dogs have a different way to control the body temperature. We use perspiration, they use respiration. Dogs don’t have sweat glands like us, except for some on their fingertips. When is really hot th...

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