Creepy crawlies are funny looking. They have hairy bodies, large eyes (sometimes in unusual numbers), lots of legs and unfamiliar appendages like stingers or antennae. They also make their way into our homes and hide in dark corners, while some spin webs, bite us or hover around our picnic threatening to sting us. All of…Read More
When shopping for beauty products, it is easy to gravitate towards ‘natural’ merchandise. We want to do our bit to help the environment and end animal cruelty, and that seems like the logical path. However, do we truly know what ‘natural’ means? To some, it could mean plant-based or botanical while to others it may conjure up memories…Read More
We use the terms animal welfare and animal rights a lot when talking about animals, but have you ever wondered what they mean? Read on as we explore them and their differences below. What do we mean by animal welfare? In the most basic terms, animal welfare refers to the well being of animals. For…Read More
Falconers have been working with captive birds of prey for over 2,000 years, and there are currently around 20,000 registered falconers worldwide. While many show the greatest respect and care for their birds, not all do. There is a lot of cruelty in the industry. In particular, practices such as tethering are under scrutiny for…Read More
This Saturday, the 8th of August, is Hen Harrier Day, a day to come together and take action against the illegal persecution of hen harriers and other birds of prey in the UK.