Our vision is to create a long-term future for the world's wild cat species Our mission: To ensure a future for the world's 40 wild cat species and their dwindling habitat. To protect, study and conserve many of the smaller wild cat species. To create awareness, while developing and strengthening our conservation breeding and research activities.
Proposed New Section 137B Keeping of animals (1) A by-law has no force or effect to the extent that it purports to unreasonably prohibit the keeping of an animal on a lot.
Other Articles: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, Archive Despite the ravages of climate change; long-term drought across eastern Australia; Victoria in drought; bushfires raging; millions of fish dying in the Murray-Darling river system; important waterbird breeding wetland the Menindee Lakes completely dry and native waterbird numbers at seriously low levels, the Andrews Labor Government has again ignored the science and declared a 2019 recreational duck shooting season.
Exclusive: lawsuit in Japan contends that dolphins are wrongly classified as fish and should be protected as mammals
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The best place for native animals is in the bush where they can live in their natural environment. Native mammals have special needs and do not thrive in confined domestic environments. Native mammals need to be housed and looked after in particular ways to ensure their wellbeing. NSW Dept. of Planning, Industry & Environment.
The Victorian Sentencing Advisory Council's new report reveals that most cases of animal cruelty handled by the law are in fact animal neglect.
What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. Think Inc. and the Jane Goodall Institute Australia are proud to bring to you, Jane Goodall: Rewind The Future in May 2019.
It is the footage commercial television would not show.
Australia's biggest ever alliance of environment groups, protecting the laws that protect the places you love.
Chimpanzees are people too, you know. Ok, not exactly. But lawyer Steven Wise has spent the last 30 years working to change these animals' status from things to persons. It's not a matter of legal semantics; as he describes in this fascinating talk, recognizing that animals like chimps have extraordinary cognitive capabilities and rethinking the way we treat them -- legally -- is no less than a moral duty.
Although reported cases are extremely rare.. The position against such conduct needs to be made clear in order for the USA to lead by example and place pressure on countries where such occurrences are commonplace, or even run as commercial enterprises. The US Congress wants to change this...
People who through the kindness of their heart feed stray cats can't get them registered if there are more than 2. Here lies a major problem with this approach: if the cats aren't registered, they won't be taken to the vet to be desexed. So, these cats will continue to breed.