Thousands more dogs to be bred in Yorkshire for animal experiments

Cruelty Free International (CFI) have revealed the awful news that the Government has announced today a cruel beagle breeding farm in Yorkshire can expand.

This decision means that thousands of dogs could be bred by Bantin & Kingman Ltd in the picturesque hamlet of Grimston – to suffer and die in experiments in the UK and Europe.

Bantin & Kingman has been attempting to extend its Yorkshire beagle farm since at least 2011.

In January, their Italian sister company Green Hill, saw three executives convicted of animal cruelty at a similar beagle breeding farm. Bantin & Kingman not only shares the same parent company as Green Hill – Ghislaine Rondot, one of the executives to receive a prison sentence in Italy for animal cruelty, was also its Director.

CFI have been there every step of the way, trying to prevent this cruel business from expanding.

They have:
– provided expert legal argument to the Government
– handed in a 99,000 strong petition
– helped convince local councillors to turn down two previous planning applications by the company

As you’d expect, CFI are condemning the Government’s decision in the strongest possible terms, and looking at legal options to challenge it. But sadly, today’s decision shows just what a David and Goliath fight we all now have on our hands.

Ending animal experiments isn’t easy. But we know that it’s the right thing to do.

And we will not rest until no more dogs are forced to spend a lifetime of misery suffering in cruel animal experiments in UK laboratories.

3,554 puppies and dogs suffered and died in 4,779 experiments in Britain in 2013. You can help them.

If we stand together, we can end the misery suffered by thousands of dogs who spend their days confined inside laboratories.

Please sign CFI’s petition calling for a ban on the use of dogs and cats in UK laboratories now.

Thank you.

*** Petition Here ***


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