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Congratulations to our Resolution Raffle winners!

21st May 2015

Congratulations to four lucky animal lovers, who have won prizes totalling £5,600 in our 'Resolution Raffle'.


Mozambique Record Ivory and Rhino Horn Raid

18th May 2015

Mozambique authorities have seized 1.3 tons of elephant ivory and rhino horn, representing 200 dead animals, and an Asian man has been arrested in the country's biggest ever poaching bust.


Organized Horse Fighting vs Hearts, Minds & Activism

13th May 2015

A year ago, Network for Animals renewed focus on the monstrosity of organised horse fighting. Since then we have met with both success, and death threats.


South Africa Admits Rhino Poaching Crisis Worsening

12th May 2015

Environmental Affairs Minister, Edna Molewa, has bowed to pressure and released the official body-count of South African rhinos slaughtered by poachers for their horns.


Namibia Alarmed by Increase in Rhino and Elephant Poaching

1st May 2015

Game rangers in Namibia have found the carcasses of 31 rhinos, in the country’s famous Etosha National Park. The rhino were shot over a two week period in April and most had their horns removed.


£5,000 Grant Given to Cornwall Badger Rescue

1st May 2015

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, Network for Animals is proud to announce today's grant of £5,000 to Cornwall Badger Rescue.

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.

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.