Working to end the suffering of exploited and confined animals. Animal Liberation [take action]
Ban animal testing of cosmetics
Postcards addressed to the Hon Tanya Plibersek asking that Australia follow the example set by the EU. Choose Cruelty Free [take action]
Ban the Battery Cage
Australia is already behind EU developments where a decision was made in 1999 that the battery cage would be banned from 2012. A recent national survey showed that 86% of Australians believe that the battery cage is cruel. Animals Australia [take action]
Choose Wisely Campaign
Lobby your local restaurants and cafes to only use certified free range or barn-laid eggs. RSPCA [take action]
Don’t fail the whales Colin
We need your help. Tell the Premier to keep his promise to protect the Kimberley whale population and this special part of the world ‘forever’. Wilderness Society [take action]
End Factory farming
Help End Factory Farming. Be a part of Animals Australia’s national campaign to end the single biggest cause of animal suffering in Australia. Animals Australia [take action]
Non Animal-Tested – your choice
Pledge to Choose Non Animal-Tested Products Animals Australia [take action]
Stop Woodside blasting our whales!
Tell the executives of Woodside, BP, Shell, Chevron and BHP Billiton that you want them to learn from the recent oil spill disasters and leave the Kimberley coast unspoiled. Wilderness Society [take action]
Supermarkets and factory farming
The two biggest financial supporters of factory farming in Australia are Coles and Woolworths.They have the buying power to influence much needed change by introducing policies that commit to only purchasing products from producers that do not use cruel practices such as sow crates and battery cages. Animals Australia [take action]
Pledge to be Fur-Free!
Almost all fur in Australia is imported from Europe, the US and Asia, where animals killed for their fur are caught from the wild in painful traps, or are locked in tiny cages on fur factory farms.
Please help these animals by pledging never to support the fur industry