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A draft law on the enforcement responsibility for cruelty to animals, along with a number of activities for sterilization programs for the homeless animals, was developed.
Of course, it would be much better if we could prevent cruelty to animals from occurring in the first place.
Naresh Kadyan, representative of the IOPA -- an NGO associated with the UN Department of Public Information-- said that they had been seeking the government to do away with Section 28 from the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960.
Fortunato of Ludlow is slated for trial May 1 in Western Worcester District Court, East Brookfield, on one complaint of cruelty to animals, said Animal Officer Christine Allenberg of the MSPCA.
Here are some guidelines from the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on animal care expectations by age:
Those fanatical animal liberation thugs who intimidated the village of Yoxall in Staffordshire because of a guinea pig farm, might have considered another, much greater perpetrator of cruelty to animals - the average British family.
Call me a cynic, but Mills' sudden fervour for the cause of cruelty to animals seems more to do with self- promotion than a lifelong passion for animals.
Matthew Stanton, spokesman for the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, protesting a new gummi candy from Kraft Foods Inc.
Researchers at England's Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) raised six orphaned harbor seal pups, Phoca vitulina (FO-ka vit-yoo-LIE-nah).
WELL done to the Daily Mirror and Animal Defenders for exposing Dickie Chipperfield's cruelty to animals, this time in France (February 13).
Cruelty to animals is wrong as I am sure most people would agree,but what about cruelty to human beings
An elderly North East farmer has pleaded guilty to 11 charges of cruelty to animals.
Supporters of HFAC include the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the Humane Society of the United States and regional and local animal-welfare organizations.
The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals may have to close most of its 13 animal shelters and lose 60 staff.
The nation's energy-intensive factory farms, where routine cruelty to animals goes hand in hand with air and groundwater pollution, are being confronted with calls for new ethical standards (see "The Case Against Meat," cover story, January/February 2002).