Animals

The 2nd Annual Animal Film Festival Opens Next Month

by Brianne Hogan

Animal lovers and cinephiles unite at this year’s second annual Animal Film Festival, which takes place on Feb. 28 in Grass Valley, California. The film festival was launched last year

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SeaWorld Cut Out of Another Major Hollywood Film

by Anthony Marcusa

After a critically-acclaimed documentary methodically eviscerated SeaWorld for their inhumane practices, the marine entertainment company may not see the big screen again in any way. Paper Towns, a forthcoming summer

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Paralyzed Dog From Bosnia Finds New Home in Canada

by Brianne Hogan

A paralyzed Collie who was left to die in Sarajevo has found a new home and life in Stoney Creek, Ontario. The Collie’s name is, fittingly, Hope. She was hit

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Ikea Monkey’s Former Mother Adopts Two More Monkeys

by Brianne Hogan

Yasmin Nakhuda, the former mother of Darwin the Ikea monkey, is reportedly living with two new primates. According to a Facebook post run by Nakhuda’s “Darling Darwin Monkey” supporters, she

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JFK Airport to Open Animal Only Terminal Called ‘The Ark’

by Brianne Hogan

They won’t have to enter two-by-two but there will be a new terminal called The Ark at JFK airport that will just be for the animals. The world’s first ever

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‘Compassionate Fatigue’ More Common in Shelter Workers

by Natalia Lima

Every year, three to four million animals die in shelters across America because they couldn’t find a forever home. While that number is obviously disconcerting, it’s even more disturbing to

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Ludwig the Pig Scares off Robbers in England

by Brianne Hogan

A Canadian pig named Ludwig is being called a hero after foiling a robbery attempt at his new home in the U.K. Ludwig is a 240-lb pig who recently made

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