Even children know that cruelty to animals is wrong. Unfortunately, many of our current lawmakers don't share our children's compassionate compass, which is why our work is so critical.
Tell Congress there’s a humane way to manage America’s wild horses and burros.
In lieu of flowers, Kathie Osborne’s obituary suggested that her loved ones consider rescuing, fostering, or adopting a cat or kitten. Her last request was a reflection of a life spent dedicated to animal welfare.
Earlier this month, Bella Grace and her mother Kimberly spent 45 minutes with the Round Rock mayor, police chief, and animal control supervisor. (The meeting was only scheduled for 30 minutes.)
Each month in 2018, we’ll be spotlighting one of our legislative champions at THLN.
This month, in our inaugural post, we want to recognize El Paso-area Representative Joe Moody.
Ask your member of Congress to Co-Sponsor the Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act HR 1998 and S 1381. Why? It’s the most important piece of legislation ever introduced to protect lions, tigers and other exotic wild cats (approx. 10,000-20,000 big cats are currently in private ownership in the U.S.) from being kept as pets and ...
Louie is one Lucky dog:
Imagine the horror of finding two beautiful dogs on the side of the road with their throats slit. A good Samaritan in Wharton, Texas, did -- and found “Lucky” just in the nick of time. Sadly, his brother didn't survive.
December’s Volunteer Spotlight shines on Ruth Chambers!
Ruth has been a jack-of- all-trades volunteer for THLN, and does everything from staffing booths at events to joining us in Austin when we lobby members of the Legislature from her district.