Send a letter to your provincial representative demanding common-sense protections from traps.
Traps designed to capture and incapacitate or kill animals do just that – and the results can be horrific. Ontario resident Jessie Wall and her
NOTE: There are NO graphic images in this blog.A disturbing injury to a river otter found near Ambleside Pier has prompted The Fur-Bearers offer a $1,000 reward for information that leads to identification and conviction of the person(s) responsible.
Wanting to help an animal, be it a beaver or a family pet, injured by a trap is a natural reaction to most people in
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has responded to questions raised by The Fur-Bearers in our blog last week, “Rare animals killed in
It will soon be illegal to sell fur products in Berkeley, California. Students are on the verge of having fur barred from the fashion program
A cougar, an endangered animal in Ontario, and one rarely seen, was found dead in a snowbank. A wolverine, a threatened animal in Ontario, and
A good question was posed to The Fur-Bearers’at a recent municipal council meeting: if we’re already using co-existence measures, why should it matter if it’s
Killing snares can cause injuries similar to those of leg-hold traps and fail to meet standards for other killing traps, and therefore should be part
Severe injuries led to a raccoon being humanely euthanized today, after he was caught in Burnaby and taken to wildlife rehabilitators with a rat trap
Tasha Hall was hoping to photograph wildlife near her home in the Kootenays area of BC last Friday, but what she ended up photographing was
The tragic news reported of a resident, Krista Godbout, who is mourning the horrific loss of her dog, Tanner, who was killed in December near the Kawarthas by a baited killing trap on a publicly accessible trail, must have reached your office.
A Northwest Territories woman is thankful her dog survived a baited snare while on a walk, but government responses to these instances must change. The
Two raccoons are recovering from injuries caused by leg-hold traps after being found in the greater Vancouver area – and The Fur-Bearers wants to know
It is always shocking and disturbing when homeowners find animals injured by traps. But when it’s in the middle of a major city, another dimension
When we see wildlife as an inconvenience, cruelty is often the end result. And that’s likely what happened this week in Surrey. We were contacted
We at The Fur-Bearers want a fur-free Canada, yes. But we also want a prosperous Canada, where everyone who is able and willing to work
One of the most powerful predators in North America is slowly starving to death and growing weaker by the day – all because of a
It was with heavy hearts that we spoke to the CBC about the snare that killed Almoe, the best friend of 100 Mile Houses’ Randy
Gracie is at home and recovering after a harrowing incident that left her nearly dead in the British Columbia interior. The CBC has reported that
The very public story of an apologetic trapper who accidentally caught and killed a rare cougar in Manitoba offers insight into the mind of the