News and Blog: Catalyzing Change for Animals

  • Kaylo

    Being Animal

    In this post of Being Animal, Janet interviews photographer Gina Easley about her Kindred Spirits Project. Jan...

    17 May 2015
  • Lenny&Me

    The Elephant in the Room

    Extending the circle of compassion may be the easiest thing in the world, and bring untold benefits to all ani...

    24 Feb 2015



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Monument to Honu!

With our partners in Cook Islands, we are creating a wildlife monument dedicated to the promotion and protection of Honu, the Green Sea Turtle. This artistic event coincides with the Cook Islands’ 50th Anniversary Independence Day celebrations.


Interview: Dr. Gay Bradshaw

Alissa Weaver of the Southern Oregon Animal Rights Society interviews Gay Bradshaw. Topics include trans-species psychology and the programs and projects it has inspired.

Interview: Soul of Animal

Read an in-depth interview with Kerulos founder and director, Gay Bradshaw, published in the January issue of THE Moon Magazine. Topics include ethical living, plant-based diets, animal trauma, and trans-species psychology.

Elephants, Us, and Other Kin

Watch executive director Gay Bradshaw describe her experience in Africa and the origins of trans-species psychology. Created for UCLA’s Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference, March 14-16. Verlo con subtítulos en español aquí.