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All Animals

Volume 16 | Issue 2 (MAR / APR 2014)

Articles

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To the Rescue

A Rosie outlook; mud and misery in North Carolina

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Front Lines

Georgia Lab Exposed; The Factory Farm Next Door; Suffering by the Roadside

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We Are The HSUS

Wildlife advocate Michelle McDonald

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At the Care Centers

Bidding farewell to an icon

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Do You Know How Your Mascara is Made?

Countless animals suffer in laboratory testing of cosmetics and other personal care products. A global campaign is pushing to rewrite laws, support humane science, and educate consumers.

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Passage to India

Working with the world’s second-largest population to advance new attitudes toward animal welfare, Humane Society International is improving conditions for tourist elephants, street dogs, and more.

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World Spay Day Turns 20

For two decades, the campaign has been advancing an important message: Spay/neuter increases pets’ lifespans, reduces problem behaviors, and helps prevent the national tragedy of shelter euthanasia.

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Q&A

High-Water Mark

“I think it’s just wrong to bring that into play”: Noah director Darren Aronofsky forgoes animal actors for CGI technology.

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Humane Backyard

The Mindful Gardener

Nesting quietly in the detritus of last year’s garden, our backyard friends are closer at hand than we might think.

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In the Kitchen

Feeding the Snack Pack

Peanut butter crunchies: homemade treats for poochy palates.

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In the Limelight

Austin & Ally actress Laura Marano on Meatless Monday; reviews.

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Hometown Heroes

The Boys Who Cried Woof

“I want to do this for my whole life”: Brothers take on Pennsylvania puppy mills.

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Your Pet

Food or Foe?

Protecting your pet from harmful food may feel like a crapshoot, but precautions can help you minimize the risks.

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Celebrating Animals

Photos from our readers