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Compassion Education

First Pack News Wire of 2013

Hope everyone had a safe and pleasant New Years Night. A couple of our rescues are a bit fearful about the fireworks, but it wasn’t too bad. Let’s start the year off with some news items that crossed the Pack News Wire over the last couple of days. We need more of this: An egg […]

Compassion education in Michigan

The Humane Society of Huron Valley in Michigan has received a $44,ooo grant it will use to expand its animal cruelty education programs for high-risk youth in the area. Ann Arbor.com reports the grant comes from the James A. and Faith Knight Foundation. We need much more of this, for troubled kids and all kids. […]

Pack Line Headlines: Animal cruelty laws, puppy mill legislation, compassion education

The next generation of animal lovers, hopefully: I believe we need compassion education in our schools, with programs such as the following – The Santa Ynes Valley News reported Tuesday on third-graders from Los Olivos Elementary School in California visiting Happy Endings Sanctuary. The students were there to learn about animal welfare and how they […]

News Alert: The dog-fighting app is back

Sadly, the developer of a dog-fighting app game is reintroducing the monstrosity to the market, under the name – KG Dogfighting. The anonymous developer told Fox News recently that he’s an animal lover who wants to bring attention to horrors of dog fighting. But the description of the game – including shootouts with law enforcement […]