Category Archives: Animal cruelty

Frigid Temps Mean Added Suffering for Outdoor Dogs

Amy Worden writes the Philly Dawg blog for The Philadelphia Inquirer. With her permission, we are reposting her excellent blog Frigid Temps Mean Added Suffering for Outdoor Dogs.   When I woke up this morning the temperature on my iPhone read 3 … Continue reading

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PAC Fundraising: NOT a 4 Letter Word!

Blog by Humane PA President, Elissa Katz Humane PA prides itself on having effectively mobilized thousands of animal lovers into a powerful political entity and thanks to everyone who responds to our alerts, meets with their legislators, shares our Facebook and other … Continue reading

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Dollars and Dogs: Film Explores Role of Money and Politics in Puppy Mills

Amy Worden writes the Philly Dawg blog for The Philadelphia Inquirer. With her permission, we are reposting her excellent blog Dollars and Dogs: Film Explores Role of Money and Politics in puppy mills   In a new documentary, set to be released … Continue reading

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PA Animal Community Mourns Voices Lost

Amy Worden writes the Philly Dawg blog for The Philadelphia Inquirer. With her permission, we are reposting her excellent blog PA Animal Community Mourns Voices Lost. Animal Welfare Advocates Speak for the Voiceless It seems lately the many thousands of voiceless … Continue reading

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Top 5 2015 Resolutions to Give Animals a Political Voice in PA

As 2015 begins, Humane PA PAC is publishing its top 5 New Year’s Resolutions and we hope that you will find them easy to adopt also and incorporate them among your own resolutions.  Together, we hope to make a meaningful difference for … Continue reading

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A Look Back at 2014

What a year 2014 has been for increasing the visibility and clout of the political voice for animals in Pennsylvania! It’s been a year of growth, record-breaking engagement, elections, victories, and a heartbreaking defeat. Here’s a snapshot review of accomplishments and setbacks in … Continue reading

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State, local SPCAs battle scourge of unlicensed kennels

Amy Worden writes the Philly Dawg blog for The Philadelphia Inquirer. With her permission, we are reposting her excellent coverage of the state of unlicensed kennels in Pennsylvania. For the third time in a week dogs in extreme situations have … Continue reading

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One Person Can Make a Difference

Guest Blog by Mary Kennedy Withrow Two years ago, if you would have told me that in the coming years I would effectively influence policy anywhere but within my own household, I would have told you that was absurd. How … Continue reading

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Good Things Come To Those Who Wait – So Long As They Outwork The Devils While They Wait

Guest blog by Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret. Thanks to patient, steadfast, relentless repetition and perseverance by animal advocates during the 2013/14 Pennsylvania legislative session, more than two-dozen bills favorable to animals were introduced. One of the strongest bills passed this session provides for … Continue reading

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Top 5 Ways to Give Animals a Voice at the Polls

Election Day presents great opportunities to give animals a voice in Harrisburg, and give visibility to the growing bloc of people for whom the treatment of animals is an important election issue.  Candidates work the polls all day and are … Continue reading

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