Tag: Animal Cruelty
Does Every Animal Count? Not in CaliforniaApril 24, 2015
120 day sentence handed down for killing over 900 chickens with a golf club.
ALDF Contributes to More Than $7,000 Reward for Information Leading to Arrest and Conviction in Case of Abused Border CollieApril 8, 2015
ALDF is offering a $3,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator(s) who abused a five-year-old border collie mix named Pazzo.
Undercover Investigations Help Protect Farmed AnimalsMarch 31, 2015
Meet T.J. Tumasse, ALDF’s manager of investigations for our brand new investigations unit.
Commercialized Cruelty to Sled DogsMarch 2, 2015
Every March the Iditarod is held in Alaska, and is the most famous example of commercialized dogsledding.
A Better World for Animals is at Your Fingertips!February 27, 2015
Fight animal abuse and honor animal victims from your home computer. Join the hundreds of thousands across the nation who have already taken action online to support critical ALDF campaigns, which are designed to have the maximum impact for animals. A better world for animals is at your fingertips!
Arrest Made in Puppy-Burning Case!February 24, 2015
Thanks to the dedicated work of the Sacramento SPCA, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s department, and the Sacramento Metro Fire department, an arrest has been made.
Where Does California’s Foie Gras Law Stand?January 9, 2015
Foie gras is the product of extreme cruelty. Ducks are force-fed by having tubes shoved down their throats, which causes injury, swelling of the liver, and painful liver disease.
A Voice for the Voiceless: Interview with Dana CampbellNovember 13, 2014
Last month, ALDF sat down with Dana Campbell at the 2014 Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark Law School, where she is an adjunct professor of animal law and teaches classes about the link between human and nonhuman animal violence.
Victory for Oregon’s First-Ever Dedicated Animal Cruelty Prosecutor: Jake KaminsOctober 16, 2014
When nearly 170 cattle were seized from the property of William Holdner and Jane Baum in summer 2012, many were so thin that their ribs were protruding, and some were so malnourished they could barely stand.
Animal Legal Defense Fund Offers $5,000 Reward in Shocking Central Valley Chicken MassacreOctober 1, 2014
ALDF is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator(s) who used a golf club to massacre 920 chickens at a Foster Farms facility.
Legally Brief: FBI Takes Animal Cruelty SeriouslySeptember 25, 2014
At the Animal Legal Defense Fund, we are often asked for statistics about animal cruelty crimes, which for too long have been unavailable until now.
Tracking Animal Crimes Data in the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – A Huge Step ForwardSeptember 17, 2014
Since 1929, the FBI has been the central repository for the collection and dissemination of federal, state, and local crime statistics.
$5,000 Reward Offered for Information Leading to Arrest of Horse KillerSeptember 10, 2014
ALDF is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator(s) who allegedly shot and killed a pony this past weekend.
Animal Legal Defense Fund Demands Investigation of Morro Bay Aquarium for Tax FraudAugust 13, 2014
“Seal Guantanamo” claims nonprofit tax shelter while exploiting marine mammals for profit.
NYPD’s Anti-Cruelty Initiative a SuccessAugust 12, 2014
The NYPD’s recent anti-cruelty initiative has, for many of New York’s animals, been a success.