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Animal rights groups offer over $23,000 reward in NY cat killings Special

Yonkers - PETA, ASPCA and several other animal rights organizations are offering a reward of more than $23,000 to find the person who killed 25 cats and hung their bodies from a tree in a Yonkers Neighborhood.

Op-Ed: Why I can't support an NFL so far removed from societal decency

In the wake of Michael Vick's appointment to the New York Jets, the support for Vick — and those deemed worse than Vick — places the NFL outside the perimeter of societal decency and common respect.

Vans teams with ASPCA to fight animal cruelty

Vans has teamed with the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) to help spread the word that animals deserve respect and protection from abuse. Vans hopes to raise awareness and get more people active in this effort.

House Appropriations Committee puts kibosh on US horse slaughter

Washington - The US House Appropriations Committee has approved an amendment preventing the use of taxpayer dollars for inspecting horse slaughter facilities. The approval effectively prevents slaughter houses from legally operating on US soil.

Former TV writer arrested for fatal punch to pet poodle

New York - Ted Shuttleworth was arrested after it was alleged he killed his pet poodle, Lola, after he became angry at her. Shuttleworth's wife says it was just a "horrible accident."

Operation Super Bowl brings Mississippi puppy mill pups to NYC

New York - The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Pet Airlines spent the Super Bowl transporting 34 dogs from a Holly Springs, Mississippi puppy mill to the ASPCA Adoption Center in Manhattan.
 

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Showing a video of pit bulls victimizing other animals is considered protected speech according to a recent Supreme Court decision, something ASPCA abhors.
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