WRATH a Worldwide Success!

On February 3rd, CWI produced the 3rd annual Worldwide Rally Against Trophy Hunting (formerly called the Worldwide Rally For Cecil). We were thrilled to have the participation of 32 cities across 16 states and 6 countries! WRATH takes place in conjunction with the annual conference of Safari Club International, a group of trophy hunters who kill animals for fun, bragging rights, and gold stars from SCI. The conference was held in Las Vegas where CWI protested every day of their four-day event. We thank the 100 protesters who stood with us throughout the conference! We were also thrilled to bring back our mobile billboard, which ran for 8 hours per day during the conference thanks to the gene

CWI to Sponsor the Animal Rights National Conference

CWI is pleased to announce that, for the fourth consecutive year, we are a proud sponsor of the forthcoming Animal Rights National Conference set to take place in LA this summer. For the first time since CWI launched at the conference in 2014, we have committed to be a Silver Sponsor of the conference. We are proud to be able to support this important event that gathers animal advocates from across the country for education, networking, fun, and so much more. Executive Director Carrie LeBlanc will be speaking at the conference for the 6th consecutive year, and will ably be joined at the CWI booth by National Campaigns Manager Rosemary Thompson, Lead Volunteer Karrie Harvey, and others. We in

Nosey's Case Goes Back to Court

This morning we learned the unfortunate news that yesterday the Liebel family filed an appeal in Lawrence County, Alabama courts. The Liebels have filed the appeal in an attempt to regain custody of Nosey from Lawrence County, which placed Nosey at a sanctuary in Tennessee following her seizure last year. While, yes, the judge did find in Nosey's favor and Nosey won her court case last January, Nosey's case will now likely be heard by a jury. The family has secured a new lawyer and have filed the appropriate paperwork with the courts, as is their right under the law. This does mean that Nosey's ability to remain in sanctuary is in jeopardy and will be in the hands of a jury. However,

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