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 and injecting dogs with steroids and training the virtual dogs to fight – offers a much different take on the reality of it.
Shell oil company has confirmed oil has been leaking from one of its oil rigs in the North Sea, but officials won’t say how much has been leaking. I wonder why?
The Guardian out of the UK quotes a Shell spokesman as saying “we are managing an oil leak.” Where have we heard all this before? Where did the amount of a leak come into question and when did we recently recently read quotes from another oil company about how well they were managing leak?
I received the followed press release from Farm Sanctuary -
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – August 11, 2011 – Watkins Glen’s two star attractions — auto racing and Farm Sanctuary — will come together on August 15 when NASCAR driver Andy Lally, a three-time champion of both the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona race and the Grand Am Rolex Series, and TRG Motorsports driver Spencer Pumpelly, a two-time champion of The Glen’s six hour race, visit Farm Sanctuary, the nation’s leading farm animal protection organization.
A Maltese dog named Caesar went missing in June of 2010 after car accident on Interstate 40 that killed two family members.
He was discovered Friday at a Tucumcari, NM animal shelter, by a volunteer from Tucumcari Animal Rescue Group.
QCSunOnline.com reported Wednesday the little dog was on his way – by plane and car – to be reunited with his family in Clio, Mich. A microchip led to Caesar’s people being found, although some research went into then effort because the phone number registered was no longer in service.
ONE – I really don’t enjoy knocking the work of other writers, but at times, when the facts go unreported, I have to speak out. An article posted on the Denver Post website about a former greyhound racetrack has a gaping hole in it – beyond the fact that the piece was under the heading of “Sports.”
Greyhound racing is NOT a sport – it’s an industry that exploits dogs.