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Badger Cull 2014 - New Petition Launched

24th July 2014

Following the sacking of 'Culler In Chief' Owen Paterson on 14th July, and the appointment of Elizabeth Truss MP to Environment Minister, Network For Animals have today launched a new petition.

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Our Latest Raffle Launch!

14th July 2014

Congratulations to Mrs P of Crawley, West Sussex who won £5,000 in Network for Animals' March Fundraising Raffle - Our new raffle launches today!

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Standing up for South African Elephants

9th July 2014

Network For Animals have stepped in to help move the case of a group of elephants through the South African Court system.

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15 Dogs Saved in Dog Meat Trader Raid

20th June 2014

On 13th June 2014 Network For Animals raided the home of a backstreet Filipino dog meat trader, saving the lives of 15 dogs.

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Badger Week: Help Fight The Cull

1st June 2014

Today, the 1st June 2014, is a dark day for British badgers. It is the first day that licensing allows badgers to be culled in Gloucestershire and Somerset this year.

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Horse Fighting Returns To Bukidnon

12th May 2014

Horse fighting is a callous, brutal, and pitifully outdated form of ‘entertainment’, in which two stallions are forced to kick, bite and maul each other until one submits, flees, or dies.

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.