by Emily Cureton as published on OPD.org Three Oregon agriculture groups are opposing a lawsuit to expand animal rights, and allow nonhuman victims to recoup damages from abusive people. The case puts a fundamental question to the courts: Can a horse sue a person? Last year a Washington […]
By Lynn Moore | firstname.lastname@example.org A woman who starved to death three horses received a two-month jail sentence and a stern lecture from the judge. Bobbi Jo VanKoevering, 43, of Ravenna was sentenced Friday, Nov. 22, after pleading no contest to felony animal abandonment/cruelty. Her sentence includes three years […]
Good friends are hard to come by. But as many of us know, they can come in any size or shape. Any species too, as it turns out. Update
by Eric Mack as published on Forbes Dramatic footage, shot Wednesday morning in SoCal, shows a horse heading back into a fire on a rescue mission to find his family. The Golden State is on fire again with at least twelve active wildfires around California. While the largest […]
By Colleen Shalby as published on The LA Times It has long been a dilemma of many wildfires: Where to shelter large animals when the flames come roaring? Last year offered the strange sight of llamas and horses being kept safe on the beaches of Malibu while the Woolsey […]
“There is nothing more rendering to one’s heart and soul than to come upon cruelty needlessly showered down upon our fellow passengers of this great spaceship called “Earth”. Intentionally inflicting pain and suffering upon another living creature is unconscionable. It does not compute in our hearts and minds […]
Source: The Dodo This baby’s stuck — and his mom can’t wait to see him safe You can check out Oak Creek Wild horses on their website. You can also see more of the Oak Creek Canyon herd on Youtube.