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26th September 2014
Network For Animals, together with the PSPCA have this week completed a tour of 40 elementary schools in Baguio, Philippines lecturing on animal welfare. Typical class sizes for the one hour lectures were 30-40 students, though notably in Dona Nicasia Elementary School, more than 500 students were present for a single lecture!
9th September 2014
Last night, Monday 8th September 2014, shooting sadly began against badgers in the fields of Gloucestershire and Somerset.
27th August 2014
Network for Animals are horrified by the announcement that today, the 2014 Badger Cull has been given the go ahead by Natural England. The government department have requested that this year between 615 and 1091 badgers must be killed in Gloucestershire, and between 316 and 785 in Somerset.
25th August 2014
Today marks one year since the firing of the first bullets in the 2013 badger cull.
6th August 2014
In May 2014 Network For Animals renewed our focus on horse fighting in the Philippines after becoming aware that it had resurfaced in the province of Bukidnon, on the southern island of Mindanao.
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