An RSS feed (also called a "channel") is not read in a web browser like a web page. Instead, it is fed into a website or program that can understand newsfeeds, and then the updated articles are available to you though that program.

See below for just a few ways you can begin using RSS feeds - or if you prefer, you can subscribe to receive daily digests of these feeds delivered right to your email box.

Available Feeds

We have several RSS feeds available for you to choose from - you can subscribe to as many as you wish.

All Recent Cases and UpdatesAdd to Google
New CasesAdd to Google
Recent Open CasesAdd to Google
Recent Animal Hoarding CasesAdd to Google
New Animal Fighting CasesAdd to Google
Cases with Child/Elder NeglectAdd to Google
Cases where Animal was Tethered/ChainedAdd to Google
Cases involving pit bull abuseAdd to Google

Newsreader Programs and Services

Google: If you have a Google Account, you can add our feed to your customized Google homepage, or you can sign-up for Google Reader, a free service that lets you read all of your favorite syndicated content online. To add our feed to either of these Google services, simply click on the "Add to Google" icon above.

Yahoo: If you have a Yahoo account, you can add the Pet-Abuse.Com newsfeed to your customizable content by logging into your account, and then Add Content, or by clicking on the "My Yahoo" icon above.

E-mail Programs: Some e-mail clients, such as Mozilla Thunderbird support newsfeeds so that you can check your news in the same program you check your e-mail with.

Newsreader software: There are many free newsreader clients available for download, which will accept our newsfeed as well as any other valid XML newsfeed address.

Recent Cruelty Headlines on Your Website

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