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Social Advertising about the Importance of Neutering!

20 Jun, 2018

Our extensive research and population survey has shown that the majority of people in Russia do not understand what neutering is and its importance. This is why we made this video with the help of Dogs Trust Worldwide to explain people that neutering their pets does not only helps their four-legged companions to leave a … Continue reading Social Advertising about the Importance of Neutering!

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How to solve the problem of “cellar cats” and the bricking up of basements

21 Mar, 2018

By Aleksei Anikin, Forgotten Animals NovosibirskI recently had a conversation with a certain person, that was very revealing in all senses of the word (and in places even epic). The subject was, of course, cellar cats. We each had our basic premise: mine – that cats do not belong in cellars and it’s ACCEPTABLE and … Continue reading How to solve the problem of “cellar cats” and the bricking up of basements

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Animal Cruelty Law FINALLY passes in Russia!

19 Jan, 2018

VICTORY! We have been fighting for this for many years and it’s FINALLY happening. The law toughening the punishment for animal abuse in Russia has passed! The abusers will pay over 1000 GBP fine (a very large sum for most Russians), do 360 hours of community service or go to jail for 6 months to … Continue reading Animal Cruelty Law FINALLY passes in Russia!

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SUCCESS! One step closer to ending the abuse of millions of rabbits, mice, rats, cats and dogs in laboratories in Russia!

16 Dec, 2017

Our fight, drafting and lobbying of adequate and civilized law proposals is FINALLY starting to give results! The Technical Regulation in Russia has been changed, establishing that toxicological tests (i.e. not only clinical) can be conducted on alternative models, and not only on live laboratory animals. If you have been following our work for a … Continue reading SUCCESS! One step closer to ending the abuse of millions of rabbits, mice, rats, cats and dogs in laboratories in Russia!

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