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Two Arrested In NFA Dog Meat Trader Raid

15th April 2014

There is little worse in our world than the murder of dogs, yet in the Philippines it happens every day. The Filipino dog meat trade perpetuates a cruelty that is impossible to understand. A wonderful creature, which in most homes would be a pet, a family member, an equal, is tortured, killed, and sold as food.


Emergency Grant Given To Animal Rescue Kefalonia

8th April 2014

In early 2014, the Greek Island of Kefalonia was struck by a series of earthquakes reaching 6.1 on the Richter Scale. Basic infrastructure on the island was severely compromised, and the lives of the 300 dogs and 30 cats at Animal Rescue Kefalonia (ARK) were put in jeopardy.


Badger Cull To Continue

3rd April 2014

Today at noon, Conservative Secretary of State Owen Paterson provided his shocking response to the results of the 2013 Badger Pilot Culls in Gloucestershire and Somerset: The pilot culls will continue.


Overwhelming vote against Badger Cull

13th March 2014

Today the UK Parliamentary Backbench Business Committee voted overwhelmingly against further badger culls. The almost unanimous vote was 219 to 1 against a further cull, a figure which Network For Animals believe reflects both the scientific evidence, and public feeling against further badger culls as a means of preventing bTB.


Matched Fundraising Appeal Launched

12th March 2014

Donations to Network for Animals supported these pups in the wake of the Typhoon Haiyan disaster. Today, we are proud to announce the launch of our Spring 2014 Matched Fundraising Appeal, to build a £20,000 fund for future disaster relief.


Badger Cull Reported Inhumane & Ineffective?

28th February 2014

Pre-release commentary on The Independent Expert Panel review of the Gloucestershire and Somerset pilot badger cull report major failures: 1. Not enough badgers were killed for the cull to be effective. 2. The cull was inhumane.

Network for Animals is a leading force against animal cruelty globally, representing tens of thousands of members in the United Kingdom and around the world.

NFA is a non-profit animal welfare organisation using investigations, public education and government outreach to achieve landmark victories for animals.  Our campaigns to end the brutal dog meat trade and horse fighting in the Philippines, and to end the cruel Canadian seal hunt are making a difference for millions of animals.

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