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.
Since August 12th sickening scenes have played out on moorlands all over the UK. Help us ban driven grouse shooting.
Find out more about the League Against Cruel Sports current campaigns to bring an end to cruelty to animals in the name of sport.
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The League Against Cruel Sports receives no government or Lottery funding for its campaigning work, and relies solely on the generosity of its members and supporters.
The League Against Cruel Sports' blogs are regularly updated so you can keep informed about our campaigns, activities and progress.
As we approach the start of the hunting season, our head of field operations reflects on his experiences out in the field last season.
I have seen both North and South Poles, I have seen the peaks of Everest and Kilimanjaro. I know the depth and beauty of the world’s natural environment, and I believe that Britain’s is worth treasuring.
There are some very influential people hell-bent on bringing back hunting and killing foxes and other wildlife for sport. The League was instrumental in bringing in the Hunting Act a decade ago, and we’ve never been forgiven.
Over the past year, Lola and her owner have been visiting the Kenbrook Residential Home in London which cares for sufferers of dementia. This humble Staffie is a bubbly, friendly dog therapist that brings immeasurable joy and peace to some of sickest and most vulnerable members of the community.
Leicester Animal Rights are trying to do something about this and what they're asking of Rutland County Council is simple; acknowledge the concerns of the public, and act on it.
Hedgehogs face a host of dangers and their numbers have declined drastically in recent years.
Up to 10,000 fox cubs will be illegally killed this hunting season.
Working in a busy office environment can be tough, and having dogs in the office can be a source of comfort and help to relax. It also gives staff a common ground, which can be good for team building and encouraging positive, constructive conversation.