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Janot asks STF to drop PEC from Vaquejada
Rodrigo Janot, Attorney General, requested that the Supreme Court overturn the Constitutional Amendment that released Vaquejada. Janot considered that it is unconstitutional and incompatible with constitutional precepts that prohibit cruel treatment of animals. Similarly, we, from the Animal Forum, filed an Unconstitutionality Action in the STF in June.
Subway announces end of cages in Latin America
Amazing! After negotiations with the Animal Forum, the Subway snacks network agreed to eliminate pig and chicken cages throughout Latin America. Millions of animals will benefit in more than 15 countries.
10 maioneses take on cage-free commitment
Due to our efforts, Kraft Heinz has stated that it will no longer use eggs from caged hens. The company owns Heinz and Quero mayonnaise. Now we have 10 maioneses in the country committed to the end of the torture of the cages: Unilever (Hellmann's and Arisco), Cargill (Liza and Maria) and Bunge (Primor, Soya and Salada), Hemmer and Krain Heinz (Quero and Heinz).
Campaign 'End of Vaquejadas and Rodeios' reaches 40% of the target
Thank you very much! With your help, we are getting closer and closer to the goal to continue working 'For the End of Cowboys and Rodeos'. More than 160 people have joined our chain of good and reached 46% of our goal at Kickante. Want to be part of this movement too? Check out the options below. With donations starting at $ 10 you can make a big difference to the animals!
Who we are:
The National Forum for Animal Protection and Protection is Brazil's largest animal protection network, with more than 130 affiliated entities in all regions of the country. For more than fifteen years, we have been working on the dissemination of respect, protection and protection of animals. We strive to build a new society where compassion for animal life is a national value, shared by all Brazilians. On the web: www.forumanimal.org