Today marks the start of the shooting of millions of pheasants for ‘sport’. For almost two decades, Animal Aid has investigated and documented this industry – including the dreadful industrial operations, hidden from the public...
Posted 01 Oct 2021
The foreword for Defra’s ‘Action Plan for Animal Welfare’, written by George Eustice, sounds very promising. He states that ‘The way we treat animals reflects our values and the kind of people we are’. This...
Posted 04 Jun 2021
Unbelievably, thousands of pheasants and partridges, used by the shooting industry for breeding purposes, are still being imprisoned in battery-style cages.
Posted 07 May 2021
Animal Aid’s latest undercover investigation into the conditions at game farms across the UK has revealed even more suffering and breaches of welfare legislation.
Posted 26 Apr 2021
Unseen by most people, animals who live in the countryside are often persecuted, labelled as pests or predators, and killed just because they wish to live, eat and reproduce.
Posted 16 Apr 2021
Today, we reveal our five asks for the Welsh government elections. We are calling on candidates to sign up to these five pledges, which will help some of Wales’ most vulnerable and persecuted animals.
Posted 26 Mar 2021
With the pheasant and partridge shooting season about to come to an end, it is timely to remind ourselves that the game bird breeding season will start soon.
Posted 22 Jan 2021
Despite the global pandemic, two lockdowns and most of our staff currently working from home, thanks to you, we have been able to achieve a lot for animals in 2020, as you can see in...
Posted 24 Dec 2020
1 October marks the start of the pheasant shooting season, which will see millions of innocent birds blasted from the sky for ‘sport’.
Posted 30 Sep 2020