Boxing Day

Aah, Boxing Day. Left over Christmas dinner, gifts scattered across the floor, empty tins of chocolates, repeats of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang … oh, and the ‘traditional’ hunt.

Today, hunts will gather up and down the country for what some of the more gullible followers believe will be the last Boxing Day hunt before the Hunting Act is repealed. We know that this is not the case. There is massive public support for the ban on fox hunting, stag hunting, and hare hunting and coursing, and that’s why so many people are signing up to support our Keep Cruelty History campaign.

We’re publishing six films today, all of which show hunting activity before the ban. Yes, they are – in some cases – almost twenty years old – but they show very clearly the cruelty that returns if we repeal the Hunting Act. Please help us to Keep Cruelty History.

Warning: The films show graphic depictions of animals being hunted and killed. Please do not watch them if you think they may cause you distress.

Fox Hunting

Stag and Deer Hunting

Hare Hunting

Hare Coursing

Hunt Havoc and Violence

Animals suffering in a hunt kennel

If you find these films disturbing, then you’re already a supporter. Sign up to our Keep Cruelty History campaign, and find out more about our other campaigns. If you can, please make a donation; thank you.

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    […] – Its good for the foxes  – Major point this. The real reason for hunting isn’t fun, but actually because it’s a vital […]


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