Live Export Investigation 2010

“In November 2010, Animals Australia investigators returned to the Middle East to document the treatment of Australian sheep during the Festival of Sacrifice. This shocking footage once again shows the live export industry to be cruel and indefensible.

WARNING: This video contains investigation footage that may be distressing.

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South Koera And China Dog Slaughtering And Dog Fur Trade WARNING GRAPHIC

“Animal Slaughtering is a daily and cruel thing that happens everyday. Dog and Cat slaughter is the most cruel form of animal slaughtering out there. If you are dying in a desert somewhere and if you had to eat a dog to survive then I understand, but please at least be humane.

For those of you who live in a society where you have other options then do not eat dog or cat. It has also been known to cause illnesses.

If you want to help then do it! Just contact me if you want more information on how you can help, one way is just send this video around, which spreads what is happening. The main buyer of dog and cat fur is the USA, and most people have no idea what they are buying.”

Beagle Underground – First

On December 23, 2010, ARME rescued two Beagles from a medical testing laboratory. These dogs had never seen the outdoors, walked on grass or felt a gentle touch. We captured their first steps into a kind world. They had also been de-barked and fed only “laboratory chow.” ARME will continue with these rescues when it can.

Tell Them You Are Coming

The other homeless issue that consumes the lives of healthy adoptable pets along with the hearts and souls of those who do care. Animals abused, neglected, abandoned and forgotten – thousands of innocent pets left to die in shelters each and every single day. A sheltered pet dies every 1.5 seconds simply for space. Abandoned by those they trust and love the most in the world, they would ask us to help if they could, but they don’t have a voice. We all owe it to these animals to give them a voice and work to make life better. We all need to help to get a handle on pet population in other ways- such as advocating for affordable spay & neuter programs. Tell them you care, Tell them you are coming…For the Animals

Rescued Macaques – Operation Monkey Trek

In mid-July, a group of 25 Java Macaques arrived at Primarily Primates after their release from a New Jersey toxicology lab that went out of business. There were 55 macaque monkeys. All had been used in experiments. Sanctuaries were found for all of them. Twenty-five came to Primarily Primates.

The macaques arrived wearing blue restraint collars that made it easier for the vivisectors to control them. The hard plastic collars were removed as soon as they arrived, and Dr. Valerie Kirk, our on-site veterinarian, assessed the monkeys’ health.