Today, after eleventh hour behind-the-scenes discussions with Mercy For Animals, both Costco Wholesale, the second largest retailer in the US, and Sears Holdings Corporation's subsidiary Kmart, the third-largest discount store in the world,...
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND—The host of an internet radio show says she has been given information by an unidentified informant that Lennox, a dog which became the center of an international effort to save his life, died months ago while in captivity in the hands of the Belfast City Council.
Dr. Leigh Foster, creator and host of The Pawz Cauze Show, says that the informant has told her that Lennox was found dead in his kennel months ago.
This information is only a rumor and has not been substantiated nor can it be determined if it is credible.
Pet owners from hundreds of miles away drive to a small humane society in the north Georgia mountains because they think they're saving lives, but an undercover Fox5 I-Team investigation found exactly the opposite.
His tale tugged at the heartstrings of animal lovers all over the world. Lennox, a beloved dog in Northern Ireland, was ripped away from his family and condemned to die merely for resembling a “pit bull-type dog” — which is illegal in that country.
As more details emerge in the case of Lennox, the Labrador/Bulldog euthanized last Wednesday by Belfast City Council (BCC), Victoria Stilwell, star of "It's Me or the Dog," claims she has been both threatened and sued by members of BCC.
A survey by Igualdad Animal husbandry in a Spanish producing foie gras for the restaurant Mugaritz, elected third best restaurant in the world. Authorizations, hygiene, animal welfare, everything is illegal ...