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Dr. Eric Eisenman, founder of International Veterinary Outreach (IVO)

Dr. Eric Eisenman—founder of International Veterinary Outreach (IVO), which provides veterinary services and training to rural areas in countries sorely lacking both, in a bid to cultivate animal welfare—shares the unusual detail that he only became interested in becoming a veterinarian at the end of his undergraduate career. Read more…

Ed Yong, author of An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us

Ed Yong—a science journalist, staff writer at The Atlantic, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for his coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic and author, most recently of An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us—recounts the genesis of the new book, noting how it evolved from a suggestion his wife, Liz Neeley, made while they were chatting in a London café. Read more…

Rebekah Keat and Siri Lindley, activists working to end horse slaughter

Rebekah Keat and Siri Lindley—highly vocal (and highly effective, as it turns out) advocates for ending horse slaughter—recall a pivotal horse, Savannah, who served as a catalyst for their advocacy. Read more…

Phil Jenni, executive director of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (WRC) in Minnesota

Phil Jenni—executive director of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (WRC) in Minnesota, considered the world’s busiest wildlife hospital—addresses how that “world’s busiest” title is determined, noting that it’s the product of admitting approximately 19,000 patients each year. Read more…

Patrick Battuello, the founder of Horseracing Wrongs

Patrick Battuello—the founder and president of Horseracing Wrongs, an organization formed in 2013, and based in Albany, New York, which seeks to end horse racing–describes an unexceptional childhood when it comes to animals, growing up in a family that loved dogs. Read more…