Animals don’t have a voice, but together we do.


The brutality of fox hunting is often hidden; the animal's suffering unheard. We are here to protect animals from being harmed or killed in the name of sport.

We believe that every animal deserves to be heard. Together, we can make enough noise to put an end to the cruelty of hunting. Together, we can give a voice to animals.


Every animals deserves to be heard

Although banned, in 2020 alone we recorded an average of at least three fox hunting related reports every day.

The truth:

Cub hunting

Two fox cubs

It will not surprise you to read that fox hunting does not come naturally to a fox hound. Cub hunting is used as a training method for young hounds, where over a small area, fox cubs are pushed into the pack rather than involving a long chase.

Trail hunting

Hounds looking through gap in kennel door

‘Trail’ hunting is an invention, which was triggered because of the Hunting Act 2004. Hunts now claim they follow a pre-laid animal-based scent. Terrier men are still present at trail hunts; their sole purpose is to terrify a fox out of hiding by sending terriers underground. 

How your monthly donation will help

Your donation could help us to:

  1. educate the public about the reality of fox hunting today
  2. call on Parliament to strengthen the Hunting Act 2004
  3. fund our confidential Animal Crimewatch service, so members of the public can report cruelty to animals
  4. investigate those who persecute animals in the name of sport, bringing them to justice
  5. protect animals on our sanctuaries, a place where they can live freely from harm


For every £1 spent

Your support enables us to be a catalyst for change. Receiving no government funding, without your kind donations we would not be able to defend animals from a life of cruelty.

per £1 spent pie-chart

Charitable Objectives: 86p

Fundraising: 12p

Governance: 2p


By working together, we can make the voices of animals that much louder.