On July 9, CWI sent a formal complaint to the USDA on behalf of golden tabby tiger Solomon and a lion cub named Wendell. Both animals are presently on tour with the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, which has upcoming dates in Minnesota and Wisconsin. (Please contact us if you are in one of those states and are willing to get involved!) Footage provided to us by three concerned circus-goers at two different shows revealed that aging Solomon is still provoked to perform despite
CWI's Mid-Year Report is Available Now Can you believe more than half the year is gone already? We can't! Even while the pandemic has altered the activities of animal abusers, we've stayed on the case.
We are pleased to present our brand new Mid-Year report now available for viewing on our website, or in hardcopy to our donors and by request!
Get caught up on our efforts to expose animal cruelty at Carden International Circus, our efforts to save precious elephant Minnie wh
On July 7, CWI turned seven years old! Our official launch took place at the Animal Rights National Conference in 2014; however we were many months in the making and already helping animals well before that date! Celebrate with us by making a donation of $7.77 or more and receive one of our limited edition "all beings deserve love" vinyl stickers. We'll also enclose a hardcopy of our latest donor report, so you can see what we've been up to in the first half of 2021. Thank yo
On July 1-3, CWI commemorated the sixth anniversary of the passing of Cecil the lion, who was killed by trophy hunter Walter Palmer. A big thank you to everyone who joined us in sharing on Facebook, on Instagram, or retweeted our content on Twitter. Amazingly, many people do not realize that the killing of animals by trophy hunters is an activity that still regularly takes place! Raising awareness is key. We also thank the amazing activists of Birmingham, England who gathered