New York Passes Two New Animal Welfare Laws

New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed an animal welfare legislative package into law recently. The first law is S.4254/A.4075, which prohibits insurance companies from refusing to issue or renew, cancel, or charge or impose an increased premium for certain homeowners’ insurance policies based solely on the breed of dog owned by customers. The second is … Continue reading New York Passes Two New Animal Welfare Laws

Video: Matching Seniors with Adoptable Senior Cats

Many senior cats end up in animal shelters when their senior owners pass away or are unable to care for them any longer. Often, these senior cats are calm and affectionate companions, but they can get overlooked at shelters because many adopters are interested in kittens. Animal rescue organizations have started special programs to match … Continue reading Video: Matching Seniors with Adoptable Senior Cats

Study: Parrots Need Plenty of Mental Stimulation to Thrive in Captivity

A recent study on captive parrots found that they suffer from a lack of mental stimulation more than other captive birds. Their high intelligence and natural food gathering behavior require a lot of human intervention to ensure that they do well as pets and in other captive environments like zoos. The researchers found parrots that … Continue reading Study: Parrots Need Plenty of Mental Stimulation to Thrive in Captivity

Join Us for a Free Webinar on Animal Rescue

You're invited to a behind-the-scenes look into the work of an animal rescue non-profit! Join FACE for a free webinar on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Pacific time as we welcome presenter Michelle Meschko, the founder of Small Breed Rescue of Southern California. Small Breed Rescue of Southern California is an all-volunteer, non-profit, … Continue reading Join Us for a Free Webinar on Animal Rescue