The First Unitarian Church of Louisville, Kentucky held its annual blessing of the animals in the church sanctuary. Animal companions were blessed both in person and virtually in a slide show. Reverend Kathy Hurt […]
Probably more than you think! Read Tuck.com’s article on how much dogs sleep and how their sleep cycles differ from ours. Also on our recommended reading list: How much sleep do cats need? How do […]
October brings us one of the most beautiful pet lovers’ traditions: the blessing of the animals. This is when churches open their courtyards, lawns, and sometimes even their sanctuaries to pets and their owners. Typically, […]
Pet leasing appears to be the latest scheme to bilk the unwary of their hard-earned dollars. Many humans thought they were the legal owners of their pets, only to discover that their beloved animals were “leases.”
Dogs are not wild animals. But what if they had to be? Would they latch onto the first human that came along? Probably. At least that’s what Wes Anderson hypothesizes in his latest film, Isle […]
Three fourths of Americans in their 30s own dogs. You’d think that this would mean the way people find and choose their pedigree playfellows would be better thought out, but it isn’t.
Cats were bred to be our companions. A cat who lives all his life without attaching to a human is not fulfilling his biological destiny.
Delta Airlines recently ruled that they will not allow pitbulls on their flights, even as registered and trained service animals. AnimalRightsChannel.com is certainly not the first, nor will it be the last, to point […]
California has already passed a law that prohibits pet stores from selling animals born and raised in mills. And other states are following suit. Many cities have also enacted laws that protect animals from the […]