Wild-caught macaques may have flooded into U.S. labs for more than 15 years before the feds moved to stop the traffic HONG KONG–Did a small amount of monkey-eating in southern China cover for the development of large amount of monkey trafficking from the wild to U.S. labs? ANIMALS 24-7 and the International Primate Protection League […]
What does Islam teach about spay/neuter of dogs & cats?
All major schools and branches of Islam accept spay/neuter surgery––if it is done correctly Few ANIMALS 24-7 articles have been more often read, in more nations, than What did the Prophet Mohammed really say about dogs? This article, updated most recently on August 22, 2021, was among the first […]
What did the Prophet Mohammed really say about dogs?
Kindness toward dogs could bring forgiveness for sin Amid great anxiety among animal lovers about what the Taliban recapture of Afghanistan might mean for dogs, ANIMALS 24-7 notes that the most intensive persecution of dogs on record in Afghanistan came in 2013, during the U.S. occupation, when Edouard Guihaire of Agence France-Presse reported that “about […]
Three-legged bears in the Great Smokies may be no accident
U.S. bear hunters & Asian gangsters cut paws & deals ASHEVILLE, North Carolina––Jody Williams and his Facebook group Help Asheville Bears want to catch the perp, or multiple perps, responsible for their recent discovery that at least 15 three-legged North American black bears are struggling for survival in the Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains, […]
Train speeding in the wee hours kills four elephants
“India ain’t big enough for both of us.” KOLKATA, India––The Howrah-Mumbai Mail train in the wee hours of April 16, 2018 killed four elephants on the same stretch of track in Jharsuguda district, Odissa state, where two others died after falling into trackside ditches in separate incidents in September and October 2017. […]
Who killed ivory trade investigator Esmond Martin, why?
Survived more than 30 years of work in some of the world’s most dangerous places, only to be stabbed in his bed NAIROBI, Kenya––Nairobi police homicide detectives appear to believe that renowned elephant ivory and rhino horn trafficking investigator Esmond Bradley Martin Jr., 75, was murdered on February 5, 2018 in connection with a […]
Hope Ryden, 87, revealed the lives of wild horses, beaver, & coyotes
Known for film work before winning acclaim as author HYANNIS, Massachusetts––Hope Elaine Ryden, 87, author and/or photographer for 26 books mostly on wildlife subjects, and a frequent photo contributor to National Geographic, died on June 18, 2017 in Hyannis, Massachusetts from complications of hip surgery. Minister’s daughter Born on August 1, 1929, in St. […]
Why is cockfighting the blood sport most often linked to murder?
Cockfighting & murder occur together worldwide FORT WORTH, Texas––Fort Worth Star-Telegram reporter Deanna Boyd mentioned almost as an afterthought the murderous history of Robert Eugene Coleman, 56, one of three alleged cockfighters arrested on February 28, 2016: “Tarrant County court records show Coleman had previously been sentenced to 20 years in prison in 1998 […]
Ardith Eudey, 80, exposed Malaysian monkey massacres & lab traffic
Co-founded International Primate Protection League Primatologist Ardith Eudey, 80, cofounder with Shirley McGreal of the International Primate Protection League, instrumental in recent years in exposing monkey massacres and alleged trafficking in Malaysia, died in December 2015. The daughter of prominent California watercolorist and engraver Dora Higgins Eudey (1909-2006) and her husband Henry Eudey (1909-1989), Ardith […]
Horsewoman & horseman of the food Apocalypse
Project Animal Farm: An Accidental Journey into the Secret World of Farming & the Truth About Our Food by Sonia Faruqi Pegasus Books (80 Broad Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10004; www.pegasusbooks.com); 390 pages, hardcover. $27.95. Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat by Philip Lymbery, CEO, Compassion In World Farming, with Isabel Oakeshott, political editor, […]