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UNDER a new proposal passed by Spain’s parliament on Wednesday, domestic animals will be considered ‘living beings’ instead of mere objects. Spain’s congress voted to...
It comes after a long campaign by local animal rights activists who say some donkeys have died due to their poor working conditions.
A CONTROVERSIAL Mallorca zoo has hit back after angry tourists complained about the ‘poor physical and mental condition’ of the animals. One holiday-maker described, ‘emaciated...
‘SHAME ON YOU’: Plan to protect donkeys and ban larger riders REJECTED by politicians in Spain’s Mijas
“Shame on you all, you are the ones that should have ended this overnight"
‘Greedy’ landowner sells expats’ animal refuge land near Costa del Sol meaning 800 animals could be killed
“The ruthless owner has already shown his true colours,” said a foundation spokesperson
‘ABSOLUTE FILTH’: British comedian Ricky Gervais SLAMS participants of Spanish ‘horse-wrestling’ festival
It comes as Gervais, who is a consistent supporter of animal rights, criticised a Spanish matador in May, for wiping the tears of a dying bull, calling him a ‘sequinned c**t’
‘Sequinned C**T’ – British comic Ricky Gervais slams Spanish matador who wiped tears from dying bull
Comedian Gervais has longed criticised animal cruelty and has spoken out previously against 'traditional' blood sports such as trophy hunting
WATCH: Matador wipes away ‘tears’ of dying bull in a ‘perverse’ move slammed by Spain’s animal rights group
Morante de la Puebla wiped blood from the dying bull’s face with his handkerchief in a gesture condemned by animal rights groups.
‘DIRTY SECRET’: Spain’s hunters leave 50,000 dogs to die with many thrown down wells as hunting season ends
Previously dogs were tied to tree branches or had their throats cut, and some were even tied to railway tracks or burned alive
HUNDREDS are set to protest against the planned €1 million relaunch of bullfighting in Marbella next week. Campaigners will take the streets on January 12...
https://www.facebook.com/517782191624562/videos/279438579426529/ SPAIN'S Animalist party has helped free camels from an Andalucian car park that were kept in 'abusive' conditions. PACMA slammed the Christmas camel rides in...
Padilla nearly lost his life in the bullring in 2011 when a bull ripped his eye out after the animal mauled him on the ground
Dog walkers discovered the donkey lying on its side ‘braying in pain’,
WATCH: Bull breaks legs and drags itself along floor after being forced to jump from van in Spanish festival
As the bull smacks down onto the concrete its two back legs snap instantly and the large animal then drags itself helplessly along the street
Iglesias said he wanted to ‘democratise’ discussions about the future of bullfighting, but did not comment on other events using bulls, such as those in Pamplona’s San Fermín festival.
The animal tragically died on Sunday after not eating or drinking all day
AN evil animal abuser has been sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison. Under the landmark ruling, the horse trader, from Extremadura, was also ordered to...
A MANHUNT for a sick animal abuser who was caught drowning a boar on tape has led police to a prime suspect. The footage was...
Thousands of activists are expected to attend a nationwide rally in Madrid
Campaigners want centres to offer to take in dozens of non-native species irresponsibly introduced into ponds at the Parque del Oeste, which are threatening indigenous breeds such as the galápago europeo and galápago leproso.
Rights group Toniza has requested a meeting with Chiclana Town Hall
Their support doubled from 2011, but it was still not enough to secure a parliamentary seat
Seprona officers have seized computers, hard drives and documents in a raid on the premises in Marbella after single denuncia was filed
Animal rights group says millions are spent by the Andalucian government to subsidise bullfighting
EXCLUSIVE: Donkey sanctuary rescues record 100 animals in largest ever operation
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?
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