When I read this story, I thought, can this level of ignorance be real? It's unimaginable to think of how much this kitten suffered. Three adults held down their pet kitten at home and used a castration technique (used for farm animals) in which special pliers are used to tighten a rubber ring around the testicles (MUCH too big … Continue reading Please Contact Judge About Botched Castration and Death of Kitten
After over 138,000 signature, numerous phone calls, and several formal complaints, the sheriff's office of Dunn county does not want to investigate further into the 'Chicken Toss' and says no animals were hurt - even though that is contrary to what witnesses have seen and a vet has testified. What you can still do: These … Continue reading Chicken Toss in Ridgeland, WI – What you can still do
Each year the DNR has a meeting inviting citizens to vote on important environmental issues. Here is this year's Questionnaire. We created a list of the most humane choices (even though with some questions, we wish there was a 'none of the above' option) to make it as easy to fill in your questionnaire. Print it out, call a friend, and … Continue reading Wisconsin friends, please attend DNR meeting Monday, April 9 to help wild animals
Chicken Throw and Pig Chase Ridgeland, WI February 17, 2018 PLEASE CALL: Senator Terry Moulton Wisconsin State Senator 608-266-7511 Representative Rob Summerfield Wisconsin Assemblyman 608-266-1194 Dennis Smith Dunn County Sheriff 715-232-1564 Marshall Multhouf Chief Deputy Sheriff 715-231-2904 Officer Adam Zukowski 715-232-1564 When you call the Sheriff's office ASK FOR AN INCIDENT # and may be … Continue reading Please Make a Simple Call
Please sign our petition to stop the Chicken Toss. In Ridgeland, Wisconsin this February, an event called Pioneer Days will feature a "chicken toss" during which over 200 live chickens will be tossed, one by one, into a crowd of attendees. Each person (adult or child) who catches a chicken gets to keep the chicken. The event … Continue reading Stop the Chicken Toss and Greased Pig Contest in Ridgeland
Update and Call For Action: Federal Protection for Wolves There is an animal-related public hearing in Wisconsin that we would like to let you know about: AB712 has been scheduled for a public hearing THIS Wednesday at 10:00 am. This proposed legislation would prevent Wisconsin law authorities from enforcing federal protection for wolves when they are listed under The Endangered Species Act. … Continue reading Action Needed: Federally Protected Wolves Could Be In Danger!
I want to take this time at the end of 2017 to thank everyone who has given so much - your time, your dollars, your ideas, and resources. I'm looking forward to several new campaigns and events, aimed at making all animals lives better and hope you can be a part of our efforts again … Continue reading Have a compassionate new year!
Dear Friends and Supporters of Alliance for Animals, Since 1983, the Alliance for Animals has been the voice for animals in Wisconsin. Together we have led campaigns for bears, wolves, monkeys, dogs, cats, geese, woodchucks, deer, elephants, bobcats, rabbits, cows, goats, horses, pigs, cranes, doves, ... for any and all the animals who need a … Continue reading Support Our Work for the Animals in 2018
Alliance for Animals is excited to welcome Mary Telfer as our new Executive Director. Mary holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts where she studied animal-rights and feminism. Mary's experience working within non-profit organizations and a history of her own animal-rights based artwork demonstrates her determination to end animal suffering using a variety … Continue reading Meet our new Executive Director
Happy spring to our Alliance supporters. Read about Mad City Vegan Fest, the Vilas Zoo monkeys, beavers at Warner Park, our Zor Shrine Circus protest, our job announcement for an Executive Director, and more news from the Alliance for Animals in our Spring newsletter 2017. Our quarterly newsletter is mailed and also always available electronically. Help … Continue reading Spring Newsletter