Category Archives: Animals’ Voice Pawdcast

Corruption, cruelty and cock fighting: Retired FBI agent talks Operation Rose Thorn

Retired FBI agent Tom Farrow spent years working on the “Operation Rose Thorn,” uncovering corruption, illegal activity, and animal cruelty – all from the pit of a cock fighting ring. An investigation that began in 2001, Farrow says Operation Rose Thorn resulted in eight law enforcement officers, and about 53 civilians being convicted federally, and 167 … Continue reading Corruption, cruelty and cock fighting: Retired FBI agent talks Operation Rose Thorn

Dec 12, 2017
by Emily Cook
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San Francisco SPCA: Ending animal abandonment by 2020

In 2012, the San Francisco SPCA expanded its mission to include the goal of ending animal abandonment by the year 2020. The plan is called Vision 2020. We spoke with Erin Kerley, Community Cares Manager with the San Francisco SPCA to learn about this plan and how it’s been going! Listen to our podcast now to get … Continue reading San Francisco SPCA: Ending animal abandonment by 2020

Nov 28, 2017
by Emily Cook
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Lifelong animal supporter shares why it’s important to make a Will

November is Make a Will month, so we’re talking about legacy, animals and Wills! On this week’s Animals’ Voice Pawdcast, we interview Nancy Hull, lifelong supporter of animals and the Ontario SPCA. She shares with us why she thinks it’s important for animal lovers to make a Will, and why she chose to include the … Continue reading Lifelong animal supporter shares why it’s important to make a Will

Nov 14, 2017
by Emily Cook
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