Methods Of Animal Rights Groups

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Animal rights groups Aims Methods
RSPCA -change laws to protect animals
-improve welfare on farms, in the wild, in research labs and in homes and paddocks.
-raise standards of care. Campaign, rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals, investigations and prosecutions.
Through campaigning the RSPCA improve the welfare of our nation’s pets e.g. dog ownership, take action for the welfare of farm animals e.g. CCTV in slaughterhouses, protect the welfare of our wildlife e.g. the hunting act and step up for animals used in research and testing e.g. the new UK lab animal law.
People for the ethical treatment of animals -focus on major areas of issue such as factory farms, clothing, laboratories and the entertainment industry.
-also work on cruelty to domesticated animals. Public education, cruelty investigations, research animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement and protest campaigns.
They campaign against McDonalds, KFC, the clothing industry and the circus and variety of entertainment focused industry’s.
British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection -reduce animal experiments
-stop the trade in primates for the research industry
-save up to 13 million animals from being poisoned and killed for chemical testing The BUAV call to the coalition government to honour its pledge and reduce the number of animals suffering in cruel tests in the UK.
The BUAV campaigned for years tirelessly until finally the ban on testing on animals for cosmetics was implemented on the 11th of March 2013- a complete and total ban on testing for