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Kristin Davis Brings Anti-Poaching Doc to Washington

by Brianne Hogan

Actress and animal advocate Kristin Davis hosted a screening of her documentary, “Gardeners of Eden,” about wildlife conservation at the State Department earlier this week. The flick focuses on the poaching and

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Sprinkles, a 33-Pound Cat, Needs a Diet and a Good Home

by Brianne Hogan

Sprinkles is an adorable black-and-white cat who’s available for adoption at New Jersey’s S.O.S. Sea Isle City Cats, and who also happens to weigh 33 pounds. Sprinkles was born to a

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Moby’s Vegan Restaurant is Definitely Happening

by Natalia Lima

After almost a month of rumblings that award winning musician and animal rights advocate Moby had plans to open a new vegan restaurant, the story has been confirmed. The name

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Michigan Nonprofit Now Rescues Birds, Too

by Brianne Hogan

Sometimes birds of a feather don’t always flock together. That’s why there are organizations like All Species Kinship, which rescues both furry and feathered friends. Sophia DiPietro’s Battle Creek, Michigan-based

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George Lucas Finances Low-Income Housing Development to Help Community

by Megan Thompson

Two years ago, when legendary producer George Lucas wanted to sell a portion of his studio land in California’s wealthy Marin County to a developer who would build affordable housing,

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Court Recognizes Chimps as Legal ‘Non Human Persons’

by Natalia Lima

A New York judge has made history by recognizing two chimpanzees as “persons” in a court case. On Tuesday afternoon, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jaffe ordered that a cause

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San Francisco Becomes Largest U.S. City to Ban Wild Animal Performances

by Anthony Marcusa

In 30 days, following a triumphant unanimous vote by its city’s Board of Supervisors, San Francisco will no longer allow performances by wild and exotic animals of any kind. Subject

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