We work to expose and end the cruelty inflicted on animals in the name of sport
The League Against Cruel Sports was established in 1924 and campaigns to end cruelty to animals in sport.
40% of hunted foxes are killed as cubs. Help us end cub hunting.
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Just hours after the official start of the grouse shooting season (the so-called Glorious Twelfth), a petition calling for a ban on this ‘sport’ reached 100,000 signatures.
A Scotland without driven grouse shoots is not impossible but we need to campaign hard to achieve it.
I was invited to debate foxhunting with the Countryside Alliance at the Game Fair at the end of July. You would definitely think it to be “enemy territory”, but it’s no good just preaching to the converted so it was agreed that I should go and fly the good flag and face the beast in its lair.
The League attended Wickham Festival this weekend as charity partner and it was overwhelming how much love and support flowed from the festival goers towards our message and our work.
Over the weekend, a story broke that last year the Scottish Rugby Team took part in survival training which required them to kill rabbits by battering their heads and then slitting their throats.
Last week the RSPB, the nation's largest bird conservation charity, announced that it had decided to ‘withdraw its support for Defra’s Hen Harrier Action Plan’.
It's time for action, it's time for a ban on snares
The current burst of hot weather in the south west of England has caused an explosion of butterflies on the fields of the League Wildlife Sanctuary.
Scottish Natural Heritage will be carrying out a review of the legislation covering snares in Scotland.