Sunday, 21 January, 2018

Tag: pacma

Graphic content warning: Following the shocking massacre of a landowner's dogs by alleged hunters upset over a hunting ban, we trace the Spanish roots of the gruesome sport

Adana has established itself as one of the best kennels on the coast

The Spanish political party released footage of 4X4 drivers chasing after bulls

Protesters rallied to stop the sport

Their support doubled from 2011, but it was still not enough to secure a parliamentary seat

The festival has become an epicentre of animal rights protests

Town fined for competition that sees children chase after pigs

Animal rights group says millions are spent by the Andalucian government to subsidise bullfighting

Inadequate penalties have allowed abusers to get off virtually scot-free in Spain but change is in the air, writes PACMA President Silvia Barquero

It's time to take a closer look at the state of animal rights and cruelty across Spain

Animal welfare in Spain is often dubbed appalling, but charities, shelters and changing traditions suggest the campaign for change is gathering momentum. Tom Powell asks, has the tide finally turned?

A photo shows Fran Rivera, 42, and his baby daughter, Carmen, alongside large wounded bull

Campaign group PACMA is calling for the Valencian festival to be banned

The group are demanding the event, in which bulls are literally set on fire, is put to an end

Spanish environmental groups have submitted complaints that illegal tuna fishing in the Straits of Gibraltar is leading to the ‘unnecessary deaths'
Men on horses attempt to spear bull to death in Valladolid event

10,000 animal rights protesters are predicted to voice their discontent at today’s controversial bull event in Valladolid

A total of 107 horses have been killed in El Rocio since 2007

The Andalucian government is threatening to close a shelter in Mijas that homes 250 animals

The dogs were kept in appalling conditions, as reported by the Olive Press in our last print edition

Watch the latest death match from the comfort of your own home

Controversial sport is officially recognised as ‘an artistic discipline and cultural product’




THE Duke of Cambridge’s children are set to be fluent in Spanish after just one week in school, thanks to a Spanish nanny. Princess Charlotte...
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