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Blog for Last Chance for Animals, an international non-profit dedicated to ending animal cruelty and exploitation.

February 14 is Pet Theft Awareness Day (PTAD)

1.14.19Founded by LCA in 1988 to raise awareness for the issue of pet theft and educate the public on how best to protect their companion animals from the hands of unscrupulous thieves, National Pet Theft Awareness Day (PTAD) is observed annually on Valentine's Daya day that often sees a considerable spike in pet thefts.

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LCA's Bull Riding Protest at the Staples Center in Los Angeles is Sat, February 8!

1On Saturday, February 8, 2020, the Professional Bull Riders' (PBR) Unleash the Beast tour will bring its exhibition of animal cruelty to the Staples Center once again for the Iron Cowboy bull riding competition.

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West Virginia Greyhounds Need Your Help!

1.9.19A message from our friends at GREY2K USA Worldwide:

According to state records, a greyhound dies every ten days at West Virginia dog tracks. Even worse, this cruelty is subsidized with $15 million each year that could instead be used for vital services like fixing roads, investing in health care, or funding substance abuse treatment.

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LCA Files Complaint Against Marineland Canada for Displaying Cetaceans After Passage of Canadian Bill S-203

1.6.19LCA has filed a complaint with the Ontario Ministry of the Solicitor General against Marineland Canada based on performances of cetaceans (i.e., whale, dolphin, or porpoise).

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BREAKING: LCA's Investigation Exposes Animal Suffering at Escarpment's Edge Dairy Farm

1.2.19LCA has released the results of an undercover investigation into the practices at Escarpment's Edge Dairy (EED), a goat farm in Caledon, Ontario.

LCA's investigator witnessed goats being dragged and pulled by their legs, goats crawling on their knees with overgrown hooves, and goats with lesions and infections.

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