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All Animals

Volume 16 | Issue 3 (MAY / JUN 2014)

Articles

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To the Rescue

Arkansas Puppy Mill Busted; Dogfighting Victims Learn Trust; Peeping Up for Peahens

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Front Lines

Crushing the Ivory Trade; Ally for Animals; No More Stalling

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We Are The HSUS

A Life on the Water

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At the Care Centers

Constructive Changes

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Out of Season

Exchanging bullets for birth control: Once hunted nearly to extinction, deer have pressed into America’s suburbs with abundance. New methods of population control are helping to solve the resulting community conflicts without a single shot being fired.

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Unforgettable Encounters

A skin-and-bones dog found in the street, a crying mouse stuck on a glue trap, a baby screech owl who’d taken a tumble: Readers describe how chance meetings with animals have changed their lives in subtle and profound ways.

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Who You Calling a Birdbrain?

The world’s most intensively farmed animal, chickens have long been underrated for their smarts. What you don’t know about this incredible species may surprise you.

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Hometown Heroes

On a Mass Scale

Sheryl Blancato was up to her eyeballs in strays when she made a life-changing decision.

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Q&A

A Schnauzer’s Legacy

A “big hairy audacious goal”: Maddie’s Fund is saving millions of lives.

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Humane Backyard

Don’t Fence Them In

When it comes to welcoming wildlife into our lives, fences—and other backyard hazards—can make for bad neighbors.

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In the Kitchen

The Veggie Master

Grill up some zucchini with Vedge chef and Chopped winner Rich Landau.

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In the Limelight

The Vampire Diaries’ Paul Wesley; book, movie reviews

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Your Pet

Expanding Your Pride

Reasonable expectations and gradual introductions are key to building a peaceable feline kingdom.

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Celebrating Animals

Photos from our readers