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How one farm provides refuge for animals — And a new outlook on human-animal relations

Due to the brutal treatment many animals receive in the industry they are scared of humans and the Freedom Farm is often the only place where they are not beaten or screamed at.

One of the nine parrots found on a stolen bike near Beersheba, April 18, 2021.

Police find nine parrots in backpack of bike thief

Due to the current heat wave, the police officers watered the parrots. One was in such a concerning state that it was taken in for medical attention.

The stolen cattle found by Border Police on Highway 6 in the north, April 11, 2021.

Livestock cruelly stuffed into car, three men arrested - watch

When police opened it, they found a total of 88 animals in the cattle car, including 50 fully-grown goats and 30 kids, as well as eight sheep, all with an estimated value of NIS 100,000.

Israel's inhumane live animal shipments pose danger to public health

Israel's bill to end the import of live animals for meat has stalled in light of elections, but the method is illegal, dangerous and costly.

Cats sit on a bench in downtown Jerusalem, November 4, 2020.

'We are not invisible': Rights group protest animal violence in Jerusalem

Just this week, a man in the north was filmed dragging two dogs while driving his car.

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Animal testing a thing of the past? HUJI develops treatments without it

This represented the first application of a bionic chip being used to develop a safe cancer treatment without the need for animal testing, which often results in cruelty.

Iditarod sled-dog race losing Exxon support amid animal-rights pressure

“No reputable company wants to associate with a race that forces dogs to run until they collapse," PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman said.

By REUTERS
23/01/2021

Hundreds of dog, sheep, goat corpses openly abandoned in South

Bodies could pose potential health hazard due to infectious disease contamination.

05/01/2021

Despite promises, 600,000 animals shipped to Israel in live transports

Some 86% of Israelis supported the bill to stop the transport of live animals and that 91% thought that the transports constituted animal cruelty.

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