National Anti-Shooting Week
Animal Aid’s National Anti-Shooting Week takes place at the end of the September, just ahead of the start of the pheasant shooting season.
Please help with this year’s National Anti-Shooting Week.
Every year, around 60 million pheasants and partridges are mass-produced so that they can be shot down by wealthy guns in the UK. Thousands of pheasants and partridges, used for egg production, are confined for the whole of their productive lives in cruel and oppressive metal battery cages, known as raised laying units.
Can you run a street stall or leafleting event during the week of action? Or perhaps, you can order some of our postcards and ask friends and family to send them to their MP?