2018 has been a remarkable year for animals and animal lovers. This year we saw companies ending animal tests; protecting lobsters; banning fur, mohair, angora, and exotic skins; implementing strict laws for pet animals; and banning use of wild animals in circuses. Our ultimate goal is to see the end of all animal exploitation and … Continue reading Animal Victories in 2018
Our 5K Walk yesterday was a great success and we ended up raising over $5500! Thank you Pet Valu Uptown Market Markham for helping us and setting up an amazing venue for our event. We had a tremendous turnout with over 100 registrants! Proceeds will be going to Animals Asia and Rescue Angels. To view the full album, please … Continue reading 5K Walk a Great Success
The cruel practice of bear bile farming was once thought to help preserve the bear population, but it has been proven to have the opposite effect. Although the practice had been declared illegal in Vietnam, a loophole in the law allowed the farming to continue. With Vietnam not having the resources to build rescue centres and … Continue reading All Bear Bile Farms to be Shut Down in Vietnam
This year we are holding our 3rd Annual 5K Walk, a fundraiser to help spread awareness about animal welfare issues and to provide support for the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of homeless pets. The Walk is a fun, guided walk that is open to anyone in the community and all pets are welcome to join … Continue reading Register for the 3rd Annual 5K Walk Now!
Not only is milk production cruel, it does not make your bones stronger. Milk is known to be a fluid of nurture and love, and it is produced by a mother for their newborn baby to help them with their growth. Breastfeeding creates an intricate bond between a mother and it’s child but in the … Continue reading The Myths of Milk
Did you know your diet can change the world? The climate and environment are being destroyed by the very acts of human negligence, greed for meat, and insatiable need for more material goods. If people do not start changing their lifestyle and actions, our oceans can be devoid of fish by 2050,