Animal Impact

Harrods brand reps deny cruelty to animals despite investigation showing shocking treatment at fox fur farms

Despite the unveiling of horrific conditions on fox fur farms, sales reps continue to mislead customers about the source of designer furs.

UK set to ban barbaric boiling of live lobsters and octopus

The UK government is set to ban barbaric boiling live lobsters following a study that confirms the shellfish can feel pain.

A step forward for animal welfare in France: Circuses banned from using wild animals

The French government has enacted a gradual ban on the use of wild animals for circus entertainment as part of new animal welfare measures.

Intensive egg farming: The ‘untold suffering’ of the UK’s 14 million caged hens

Despite battery farming being phased out, millions of egg-laying chickens are confined to 'enriched cages' thanks to intensive egg farming.

‘Anachronistic, barbaric and unnecessary’: The suffering caused by fur factory farming

Although fur farming is banned in Britain, it is still imported. So how is it produced, and what are the issues with fur factory farming?

Factory farming fish: ‘People would be staggered by the size of Europe’s aquaculture industry’

Factory farming fish is responsible for nearly half of all fish consumed worldwide each year, and yet their suffering remains unseen.

Duck farms: The unknown scale of suffering within intensive British facilities

Thought pigs and cows were the only factory farmed animals? Uncover the horrifying hidden truth behind Britain's duck farms.

Factory farming: The unknown suffering behind the UK’s cow farms

While most people think beef comes from happy cows, the reality is very different as many cattle experiencing hardship on cow farms.

European Parliament votes to replace animal testing with modern science

The European Parliament votes to replace barbaric animal testing with cutting-edge science, saving nearly 10 million animals a year.

Intensive farming: The plight of factory farmed dairy cows and their calves

An increasing number of factory farmed dairy cows are being kept indoors all year-round as dairy farmers push to produce milk more cheaply.

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