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Keep Animals Out of Hot Cars!

Blog by Elissa Katz, Humane PA President I love warm, sunny days! Who doesn’t – right? Nothing feels better than closing your eyes and turning your face toward the sun, feeling the warmth on your skin. That is, unless you’re a dog or cat locked in a car. We have all read of so many […]

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The Blog We Didn’t Want to Write

This is a blog we hoped we would not be writing. Last legislative session, after decades of lobbying and thousands of letters and calls from constituents, cruel live pigeon shoots should have been conclusively brought to an end. We were so close that we could picture the end of this cruelty. The bill to end […]

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One Thing You Still Need to do Before Summer is Over

Summertime is upon us! Time for vacations, picnics, BBQs and weekends escaping the heat at a pool. But politics? Yes – summertime can be a great time for advocating for better laws for animals too! The Pennsylvania state legislature is in recess, which means our lawmakers are back home in their neighborhoods, nearer to you […]

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A Very Bad Day for Animal Fighters

A state trooper pulls over a vehicle on the highway, in the back seat he can see sponges, buckets, betting slips, large pieces of wood and magazines filled with burly dogs. A couple of leashes and collars are on the front seat but there aren’t any dogs in the vehicle. Because the officer recently attended […]

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