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    01/13/2005
    Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
    Reward up to $6,500 in animal cruelty case - Calls and e-mails have come in from angry local residents and people all over the country, including national animal rights organization PETA ...
    01/13/2005
    Baton Rouge Advocate
    PETA urges council to ban or limit practice - An animal-rights group is calling for banning or restricting the chaining of dogs here. ...
    01/13/2005
    Reno Gazette Journal
    Animal hoarder faces sentencing - Rush pleaded guilty Dec. 22 in Dayton Justice Court to animal neglect and cruelty charges. Lyon County officials responding to complaints ...
    01/13/2005
    Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
    Youths accused of abusing pigs - Six juveniles are facing animal cruelty and other charges after breaking into a Fayette County barn and abusing three pigs, state police ...
    01/13/2005
    Green Consumer Guide
    Animal group launches tsunami help - The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has begun work on a relief operation in the region decimated by the tsunami disaster, ...
    01/13/2005
    National Post
    Ignoring mad cow at our peril - Any beef eater wondering why the Canadian Food and Inspection Agency (CFIA) is struggling with its fourth mad cow and a $5-billion ...
    01/13/2005
    New York Law Journal
    PETA Loses Suit Over California Cow Ads - California's "Happy Cows" ads might be fairly cheesy, but that doesn't mean the state can be sued over them. ...
    01/13/2005
    Auburn Journal
    $2,500 reward offered in wild-animal shooting deaths - The incident last week prompted People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to offer a $2,500 reward for information leading to the ...
    01/13/2005
    Associated Press
    Oakland prosecutors seek mental exam for poodle-swinging suspect - Oakland County prosecutors are seeking a new mental exam for a man who is accused of swinging a poodle to fend off ...
    01/13/2005
    Scotsman
    250 fine for crossbow man who killed rabbit - Mark Inglis, 22, admitted fatally wounding the animal when he was out stalking wild rabbits using a weapon he purchased on the ...
    01/13/2005
    Associated Press
    Oakland prosecutors seek mental exam for poodle-swinging suspect - Oakland County prosecutors are seeking a new mental exam for a man who is accused of swinging a poodle to fend off ...
    01/13/2005
    Great Falls Tribune
    USDA should not reopen border to live cattle - Fear of that single BSE case and its perceived health threat to consumers has kept those two countries from reopening ...
    01/13/2005
    Scotsman
    Animal ban for man who tried to sell pet alligator - A MAN who tried to sell a four-foot Caiman alligator out of the boot of a car in Edinburgh has been banned ...
    01/13/2005
    Macleans
    The benefits of vegetarian diets - You're right that a vegetarian or vegan eating pattern can be very healthy, but so can can one which includes various animal ...
    01/13/2005
    CBC Saskatchewan
    Klein says he isn't calling for mass slaughter - Canada doesn't need a mass slaughter of older cattle such as Britain carried out during that country's mad cow crisis, Alberta Premier ...
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