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Monty the Penguin Earns John Lewis a Compassionate Marketing Award
Its much-anticipated Christmas ad campaign has been received with excitement, with Monty, the ad’s penguin star, winning over the hearts of Christmas shoppers.
Pigeon-Racing Investigation Prompts Unprecedented Police Raid in Taiwan
PETA US’ investigation into Taiwan’s pigeon-racing industry made headlines. Now, it’s made history, by prompting the first-ever mega-raid on pigeon racing in Taiwan.
Simon Cowell Axes ‘Xtra Factor’ Dolphin Scenes
Please join Simon in always speaking out whenever you see tour companies advertising cruel “swim-with-dolphins” excursions or other exhibits at marine abusement parks.
Ross McCall: For the Sake of Animals, the Show Most Certainly Must Not Go On
In April, we asked thousands of our supporters to respond to a government consultation about the ban, and now Ross McCall is adding his voice to the call.
Why the Running of the Balls Is Our New Favourite Festival
One Spanish town has given its traditional festival a creative, animal-friendly twist by replacing bulls with giant polystyrene balls in its annual bull run.
See Eye-Opening Environmental Documentary ‘Cowspiracy’ in London
New must-see documentary Cowspiracy reveals the catastrophic environmental impact of animal agriculture. Catch it at one of these London screenings!
Standing Ovation for Trafalgar Studios’ Decision to Stop Traumatising Goldfish in Tragedy
Anyone familiar with Shakespeare’s Richard III may have been surprised to learn about some unlikely cast members in a new production starring Martin Freeman – a pair of goldfish.
Everyone Who Cares About Animals Thinks London Zoo Needs to Cancel These Events
London Zoo’s stubborn insistence on not cancelling its “Zoo Lates” events reveals the institution’s true priorities.
20 Years on, Tyke’s Intense, Tragic Story Will Still Leave You Shocked
On 20 August, 1994, Tyke was forced to perform in Honolulu. This is what happened next.
Belgium, Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico City, Paraguay and Peru Have Done It. Why Hasn’t the UK?
Sadly, the UK is lagging behind Mexico City and countries such as Belgium, Bolivia, Colombia, Paraguay and Peru that have also banned circuses that use wild animals.
Skateboards With Animal-Friendly Message Hit the Netherlands
Why Is This Tiny Theme Park Using a Medieval Bloodsport to Represent Spain?
The Despair in These Pigs’ Eyes Is Enough to Make Anyone Rethink Eating Bacon
Radio Presenter Who Killed a Baby Rabbit Live on Air Should Face Justice
Photos of the Day: Hundreds March Against Fur in Finland
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