JUSTICE FOR THEUNS! The Staffordshire Bull Terrier murdered! Shot and hung on 2 poles as a Trophy! - The Petition Site
- Target: NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, NY Congresswoman Caroyln Maloney, NY Senator Charles Schumer, NY Senator Kristen Gillibrand, Governor of New York State Andrew M. Cuomo
- Sponsored by: Animal Advocates
A carriage horse keeled over and died in midtown Sunday morning, October 23.The stout white equine collapsed on W. 54th St. near Eighth Ave. as it trotted toward Central Park to begin its shift about 9:30 a.m., said Stacy Wolf, chief legal counsel of the ASPCA's enforcement unit.
Demand UK and Europe to End Intensive Battery Farming and Create Compassionate Farming. - The Petition Site
- Target: The Irish Government, Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan
- Sponsored by: Puppy Farm Awareness Campaign Ireland
The Dog Breeding Establishment Bill was passed through the Irish government in July 2010. Almost a year and a half on and it has still not been officially signed in by the Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan. This is totally unacceptable.Currently it is not illegal to have a puppy farm in Ireland. It is therefore not surprising to learn that Ireland is officially the puppy farm capital of Europe
- Target: Spanish Ambassador to Ireland, Spanish Tourist Office Dublin, Spanish Government, Spanish Royal Family
- Sponsored by: Animal lovers
Galgos are Spanish greyhounds used for hunting hares in the countryside. At the end of hunting season, they are often hung or this method, as seen in the photo, is employed because it costs nothing. It is SICK.
- Target: Algerian authorities
- Sponsored by: World Wide Legal Action 4 Animal Rights
INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT AGAINST BULLFIGHTS MOVIMENTO www.iwab.org
Oran, the second largest city of Algeria, has a bullring. The first bullfight took place in 1954 and during the French colonization held bullfights that ended with the independence of the country.
During the 90′s the bullring was used for political meetings, sports and theatre.Meanwhile over time the bullring became delapidated so the City Hall of Oran decided to repair it in 2010.It will be inaugurated in December this year and instead of using it for cultural spectacles they decided to reopen with a bullfight to boost tourism.
The media of Algeria begin to report these intentions in August. Meanwhile some of the articles mysteriously disappeared but the City Hall has this announcement in their website http://www.oran-dz.com/ville/actualite/article69.html .
We cannot allow that another country hosts bullfights. The bullfighting industry is desperate to export their bloody business to other countries because in their own countries is no longer profitable.
Please send letters of vehement protest to the authorities with CC to the newspapers and blind copy to IWAB.
- Target: European Union Leaders
- Sponsored by: Humane Society International
The European Union (EU) promised that from 2013, the sale of animal-tested cosmetics would be banned, meaning the EU would become the world's first cruelty-free zone. An EU sales ban would also force companies around the world to stop cosmetics animal testing or have their products removed from EU shop shelves. But now EU decision-makers are looking to delay the ban by up to 10 years, meaning more unnecessary animal testing.
Make sure the EU knows how the world feels about animal-tested cosmetics: Sign the petition demanding a Cruelty-Free EU in 2013.