Entries by Judd Dunagan

A Large Step In Ending Animal Cruelty

The laws on animal cruelty just got serious. Until now, the punishment for abusing an animal was nothing more than a slap on the wrist. Hurting an animal carried with it no weight. Now, finally, abused animals are getting the justice they deserve. Thanks to a new bill passed by the Senate, any person found […]

Warm Weather in SF Bay Area Means More Tarantulas

Thousands of male tarantulas are roaming the streets of San Francisco, looking for love in all the right places – or the wrong places, if you are a human being who suffers from arachnophobia! These giant hairy spiders typically mate from the end of August, with their mating season ending in early fall. In a […]

UK to Ban Trophy Hunting Imports in Bid to Protect Endangered Animals

Following decades of the sick trophy hunting bloodsport, animal rights groups can now rejoice at the first sign of a breakthrough. New reports claim that the Conservative United Kingdom government wants to declare a ban on trophy hunting imports. After this ban, no individual will be allowed to sneak in the spoils amassed from the […]

People Are Boycotting Jimmy John Over Animals Cruelty

The Backlash Social media is holding Jimmy John’s responsible for the actions of its owner. It appears that Jimmy John Liautaud, the owner of this chain of restaurants, has been exposed for his hobby that involves enjoying the suffering and cruel hunting of the world’s beautiful animals. When an image of the owner surfaced on […]

Why the V.A. Won’t Pay for Service Dogs to Treat PTSD

Dogs certainly are man’s best friend. There are so many breeds; some of them have amazing features, capabilities, and add to the safety of humankind. They are used in hunting, protecting, finding people in disasters, and even keeping you company. Dogs offer unconditional love, and they are incredibly loyal creatures. They’ll meet you at the […]

Black Vulture Problem Eating Animals Alive

Over the past decades, Kentucky farmers have reported numerous issues with the black vulture population attacking newborn livestock. There have been reports of these predatory birds pecking full-grown ewes, lambs and even young calves to death. These birds start by pecking out the eyes and tongue, and then they continue to peck until every shred […]

Protecting A National Treasure: Pinky The Pink Dolphin and Her Calf

Dolphins are majestic creatures, and anyone who has ever seen one wants to get the chance again. Those who have never seen a dolphin, especially in the wild, often put it on their bucket list. Dolphins are playful, fun animals that live in both rivers and the ocean. While most dolphins’ natural color varies from […]

The Effect of Plastic Pollution on Marine Life

Plastic products play an essential role in people’s lives around the globe. Plastics are useful because they are durable and light weight. However, the durability of plastic and its ability to float on the water can endanger marine life., Taking a stroll along the beach paints a clear picture of our staggering addiction to the […]

Should Wolf Protections Continue?

In 1975, wolves received protection as endangered species. There were only a thousand wolves left in Northern Minnesota at the time; today more than five-thousand reside mostly in the Northern Rockies and the Western Great Lakes region of the United States. That increase has now brought into view the future of wolves and if their […]

Found Extinct Animals: Giant Bee & Tortoise Return from the Dead

With the concern about our planet becoming an everyday conversation, conservation has taken leaps. Humans are desperately trying to save species from the brink of extinction. One such example is the Northern White Rhino, which only has one individual left in the world. But what about those animals that have disappeared? Can they ever return? […]