A large group of greyhound owners gathered last Sunday for a mass walk in the Arboretum.
A group of greyhound lovers met Sunday for a mass walk in Arnold Arboretum. The group, Greyhound Adventures, sponors walks all over greater Boston. You can find out about upcoming walks at the previous link or at the group's Facebook page. If you took the greyhound walk last Sunday and have photos or video, please add them to this gallery.
MSPCA's activism touches every animal in the Commonwealth and arguably influences policy around the country.
[Editor's note: This is the third of a three-part series about MSPCA-Angell. Previous stories have focused on adoption and an overview of the organization.] The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded at a time when basic ideas about animal treatment most people now take for granted were not widely held. Founder George Thorndike Angell's early work to pass legislation around animal treatment helped to establish the very concept of cruelty to animals as an offense. When you think of MSPCA-Angell, it's easy to focus on the animals being treated with cutting-edge medical techniques and those available for adoption, but MSPCA's activism touches every animal in the Commonwealth and arguably influences …