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.
Dog Fighting is one of the most barbaric forms of animal abuse. Email Theresa May MP and ask her to take action against it today.
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New CEO Eduardo Gonçalves looks back at the League's recent successes as well as the future is the fight against cruel sports
The League’s colleagues in Spain – including CAS International who we work closely with on EU matters – have been campaigning hard to make the Balearics the third region in Spain to ban this bloodsport.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Eduardo Gonçalves as our new Chief Executive Officer. So here's an opportunity for you to get to know him a little better.
Facebook in Spain has taken a step forward in addressing concerns raised by anti-bullfighting groups about the promotion of this bloodsport on their platform.
December has been a busy and fascinating month for our sanctuary team, as Graham Floyd reports.
Cause for celebration as famous stag 'Red' reappears at Alfoxton - mightier than ever!
The Disappearing Fox - A Christmas Mystery for the Boxing Day Hunts
Guest blog from League Vice President Annette Crosbie OBE on the greyhound racing industry
Today's partridges are unlikely to have seen much beyond the barren confines of their cages until they are released to be shot writes Toni Shephard
Guest blog from Olivia Masi, Wildlife Conservationist who questions if the lack of predator control is to blame for the Stone-Curlew's decline