Thousands of sentient animals suffer and die in traps and snares on grouse moors across Scotland, set in order to control predators or so-called “vermin” that interfere with sporting pursuits.
Birds of prey in zoos and display centres are often tethered to a perch for the majority of their lives, unable to express their most natural behaviour; flight. They exhibit signs of stress and have no shelter from public scrutiny.
The large demand for animal products, such as meat, eggs and milk has created the need for intensive animal farming practices. To save space and money, animals are kept under cruel conditions, often crammed into small cages with little room to move. Act now to end the cage age.
There’s no doubt that seashells and seashell trinkets make fantastic holiday souvenirs – they’re beautiful. But, have you ever thought about where they come from and what harm they are doing to animals and the environment? It’s a lot.