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Varda Mehrotra on India’s Animal Protection Movement

From 1990 to 2007 I (Christine Townend) was living in India, as managing trustee of an animal protection organisation in Jaipur, and during this time I started two more animal shelters in Kalimpong and Darjeeling in the foothills of the … Continue reading

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Peter Singer – The Cow Who…

MELBOURNE – Last month, a steer escaped from a slaughterhouse in the New York City borough of Queens. Video of the animal trotting down a busy street was soon featured on many media outlets. For those who care about animals, … Continue reading

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Ruminations of a Retiring Veterinarian –  Michael W. Fox

I grew up during World War 11 in the north of England surrounded by William Blake’s “satanic mills.” I came to respect the dignity of hard labor, the spirit of the Luddite and the virtues of frugality, self-reliance and serving … Continue reading

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THE END OF DOLPHINARIUMS IN INDIA

VARDA MEHROTRA on THE END OF DOLPHINARIUMS IN INDIA The Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO) was established in 2007 to unite and recruit animal activists in a country with tremendously diverse issues, cultures, species and challenges. It is the … Continue reading

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