The video has sparked intense debate online, with many viewers calling the actions "cruel" and "heartless."
An Indian YouTuber was arrested after tying his small dog to a bunch of balloons, and sending it floating up into the air— all for an online video.
Police arrested Cynthia Yalisove at her home on May 14, after a six-month-old Pyredoodle named Rip went missing in April.
According to court documents and media records, the injuries allegedly inflicted included broken teeth, bloodied toes, cut tails, and broken bones.
Police said Nikolay Lukyanchikov was "incredibly intoxicated" when they found him burning a couch, his dog, and $100 bills at 7 a.m. on Friday morning.
After attracting national criticism for allegedly beating a police dog on camera, the officer is no longer allowed to work with dogs -- but still remains on the job.
A woman's panicked call regarding a nearby unidentified 'monster' resulted in a rescue operation for an abandoned pastry.
When @stationhigh returned to her childhood home after a long time away, she found her former pet donkey, Francis, in bad shape, according to a series of TikToks.
Social media and PETA have come down hard on the ABC dog-grooming competition, which made its debut on Tuesday.
Experts say the raccoons were being electrocuted in such a way that they would still be conscious while experiencing a slow, agonizing death.
A police body camera captured the shocking episode.
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The video shows the man yanking the dog up by the skin of its head before slapping and shaking it. Police say they're investigating.
The YouTuber wanted to know why accounts that had gotten popular through videos showing animal abuse are still allowed on the platform.
Lowe, who had a recent court date for a case involving an illegal big cat business in Las Vegas, had faced charges of animal neglect.
A USDA report found wolves, bears, tigers and other animals suffering from medical neglect and dangerous living conditions.
Despite a planned comeback, there are clear moments from the original series that shows Beavis and Butthead probably won't fare well in the current climate.
PETA asked for the zoo from the Netflix docuseries to be investigated after video and photos allegedly showed young lions suffering from medical neglect.
The animal rights organization is offering the reward to anyone with leads that result in the arrest and conviction of the suspect.
"The longer poor animal welfare practices continue, the greater the risk of zoonotic disease outbreaks becoming more frequent," said Alesia Soltanpanah of World Animal Protection, U.S.
Mickey Paulk allegedly fed a squirrel methamphetamine in order to create an "attack squirrel."
Joseph Maldonado-Passage, better known as "Joe Exotic," has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for his role in various crimes of animal abuse and attempted murder for hire.
The trade has placed unprecedented pressure on global donkey populations and even caused them to suffer drastic declines in some countries.
New documentary "When Lambs Become Lions" follows elephant poachers and the rangers trying to stop them.
Emily Benton said her mother discovered their rescue cat, named Herbie, in a dire state at the back door of their house in Walsall in Birmingham, U.K.
A Queensland, Australia, abattoir caught on camera abusing horses in his care will be investigated by animal welfare agencies.
"It really surprises me that no one in the community said, 'You better check that lady out,'" Sheriff Eric Knox of Benton County, Missouri, told the Associated Press.
The streamer claims that the dog had a piece of pillow lodged in its throat and he was "helping."
"She walks many kilometers every night so that people will feel blessed during the ceremony. No one sees her bony body or her weakened condition, because of her costume," the Save Elephant Foundation said.