Over half of British tourists say witnessing an animal being mistreated while vacationing abroad would stop them returning to that country again. However, most people who had witnessed an incident of animal abuse while abroad did not report it. The Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad (SPANA) has released an ethical animal tourism guide, and advises tourists to do their research before engaging in animal-related activities in a foreign country.
You Have to See It to Believe It: The Animal Tracker Results Can Now be Viewed on HRC's Graphing ToolSubmitted by Carol L. Glasser on Jun 08, 2012 Advocacy Strategies | Animal Experimentation | Companion Animals | Diet and Nutrition | Entertainment Animals | Farmed Animals | General Animal Protection | Research Tools and Methods | Vegetarianism and Veganism | Wildlife and Exotics
Sympathetic Reactions to the Bait Dog in a Film of Dog Fighting: The Influence of Personality and GenderSubmitted on Apr 07, 2012 (Original item from 2010) Entertainment Animals | General Animal Protection
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