RIP Richard Adams

Posted on the 28th December 2016

We are very sorry to hear about the sad loss of one of our patrons, Richard Adams. His famous novel, Watership Down, helped to highlight the rich emotional lives of animals and the hardships they face. In his third novel, The Plague Dogs, this best-selling author spoke out strongly against vivisection, telling the story of two dogs who escaped from a laboratory. Our thoughts are with Richard’s family at this sad time.

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