We couldn't make progress for animals without the help of compassionate people who campaign in their spare time. Here are some easy actions you can take to help our current campaigns to succeed.
1. Order a FREE ‘Go Vegan’ pack
Going vegan is the single biggest step you can take to help animals. Our FREE Go Vegan packs contain friendly advice on everything from nutrition to recipes. Already vegan? Why not order some of our leaflets to distribute, encouraging others to go animal-free too?
Order your FREE pack today!
2. Take action against the National Trust culling wild boar
We were shocked to hear that the National Trust plan to cull wild boar on their Stourhead Estate in Wiltshire because they make some people feel intimidated. Please ask the National Trust to abandon these plans, and instead help educate the public on wild boar.
Write to the National Trust now
3. Ask your MP to support a ban on the whip in horse racing
4. Ask your MP to speak out against cruel game bird cages
Tens of thousands of breeding pheasants and partridges are confined in cruel battery cages. The offspring they produce will eventually be shot for sport. Political support is growing for a ban on these cruel cages. Will you ask your MP to add their voice?
Visit our campaign website and take action
5. Help end warfare experiments on animals
While it’s not legal to experiment on animals specifically to develop new weapons, thousands of animals are still subjected to warfare related tests. This can involve being exposed to nerve agents, simulated blasts and other terrible fates in order to see what happens to them and to test treatments. Please ask your MP to join our call for a ban on these horrific experiments.Ask your MP to support the campaign
6. Help save wildlife from being killed
Are wild animals in danger near you? If you know about a business, local authority, school or workplace that is culling wild animals, please let us know so we can try to prevent this. We can contact the organisation with comprehensive advice on deterring wild animals humanely, and arrange to meet with them. You can use our reporting form, where you can remain anonymous if you prefer.
If you’re having problems with your own unwanted wildlife visitors, please view our humane deterrence sheets for advice.
Report a cull
Thank you so much for your help.
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