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United Elephant Appeal to Chinese President

26th February 2015

Network for Animals Founder Brian Davies has joined David Attenborough, Joanna Lumley, Ricky Gervais and animal organisations around the world, undersigning an open letter to China's president Xi Jinping, urging him to act now to save African elephants from extinction, ahead of Prince Willam’s visit next month.

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UK Labour Party Make Election Commitment To Animals

18th February 2015

Network For Animals today attended the launch of the UK Labour Party pledge for animal welfare, and are pleased to see the following commitments to animal welfare if Labour are elected on May 7th 2015:

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Animal Circus Protesters Face Harassment & Assault

3rd February 2015

They call themselves animal warriors and they are fighting to stop the use of animals in circuses in South Africa. Mainly the warriors are women, moved to demonstrate outside circus tents because of cases of horrific animal abuse by circuses.

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Terrible Conditions Uncovered at US Animal Center UPDATED

26th January 2015

A secret branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) called The U.S. Meat Animal Research Center has just been exposed for horrifying experiments on meat-producing animals, so inhumane that even the meat industry itself is rejecting the federal agency’s grisly methods and glaring lack of oversight.

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South African Government to Legalise Rhino Horn Sale?

19th January 2015

Almost 15% of the rhinos in South Africa have been slaughtered since 2010, 1116 in 2014 alone, yet today the South African government are considering legalising the sale of rhino horn.

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2014 Badger Cull Results Announced

18th December 2014

At close of business yesterday, Wednesday 17th December, the House Of Commons entered its annual winter recess.

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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.

We are a voice for all people who want to make a difference for the animals that share our world. We rely on the generosity of our members to continue our vital work for animals in distress. With your help, we will continue to make this world a better place for all animals and people.