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Animals' Angels
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D-60323 Frankfurt a. Main
Phone +49 (0)69 - 707 981 70
Mo-Fr 09:00 - 13:00
Fax +49 (0)69 - 707 981 729

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Donation account Germany
GLS Gemeinschaftsbank
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DE87 4306 0967 6027 9592 01
BIC: GENO DEM1 GLS

Updates on our Projects

Projekt Long-Distance Transport EU

10 Years of Council Regulation (EC) 01/2005

The EU Animal Welfare Transport Regulation No. 1/2005 has been in force for more than 10 years. In our new film '10 Years of Regulation - Animals' Angels Field Experience 2007-2017' we draw the balance and let various experts in the field have their say.

We appeal to those responsible and stakeholders at national and EU level: they must finally take a stand for the animals on transport and set clear limits to the purely economic interests. This demands not only Article 13 TFEU, but also more than one million EU citizens who no longer tolerate the suffering of animals.

Please help us to distribute the film. Thank you very much for your support!

Project Brussels / EU

EU Working Group Equidae in Europe

Attending EU Working Group Meeting

05.11.2018:  Animals' Angels attends the fourth meeting of the horse group of the European Animal Welfare Platform. In addition to the guidelines ...[more]

Project Morocco

Helping the Animals at Skherat Market

Helping the Animals at Skherat Market

04.11.2018: This morning, the Moroccan Animals' Angels team is at Skherat Animal Market to help the animals ...[more]

Project Chile

Ferry Company wants to Improve Animal Welfare

Ferry Company wants to Improve Animal Welfare

17.10.2018: The ferry company Navimag reacted positively to our report and announced measures to improve animal welfare. The ferry company Navimag ...[more]

Project Camel Transports

Meeting at Veterinary Service in Cairo

Meeting at Veterinary Service in Cairo

16.10.2018: Animals‘ Angels follows a transport with two young camel babies on board: Jason and Filco. They have already been on this transport ...[more]

Project EU-Exports

Cattle Transports from EU to Lebanon

Cattle Transports from EU to Lebanon

03.10.2018: Animals' Angels is waiting at the port of Beirut for European cattle to arrive with an animal transport ship from Croatia Animals' Angels is ... [more]

Project India

VSPCA Defends 28 Bulls in Court

VSPCA Defends 28 Bulls in Court

23.09.2018:  The VSPCA is in Paderu Court preparing for trial. On 19 August 2018, 28 'slaughter' bulls were confiscated and have been in the custody ...[more]

Project Tanzania

Graduation Mpwapwa

Animal Welfare Club Farewells Graduates

04.09.2018: At Mpwapwa Agricultural Collge in Tanzania, the Animal Welfare Club farewells this years’ graduates. 30 out of the 52 graduates are ...[more]

Project Poland

Inspecting Pajeczno Horse Market

Inspecting Pajeczno Horse Market

01.09.2018: On behalf of Animals’ Angels, a team of Viva! Interwencje inspects a horse market in Pajeczno, held twice a year ...[more]

Project Spain

‚Dairy' Cow Holding in Spain

Inspecting ‚Dairy' Cow Holdings in Spain

28.07.2018: Together with our partner organization ANDA, we return to Spain to further invest into ‚dairy' cow holdings in Galicia. Our two teams visit stables ...[more]

Project Australia

Skinny ‚Milk' Cows at Warrnambool Saleyard, Australia

Visiting Warrnambool Saleyard

14.02.2018: Animals‘ Angels visits Warrnambool saleyards where mostly cattle and occasionally small numbers of sheep are traded. Today, about ... [more]

Project Oman

Camels Being Loaded onto Transport Vehicle in Oman

Oman Investigation

11.-17.09.2017: For the first time, Animals‘ Angels is with the animals in Oman, and especially with the camels there. We check holdings, traditional markets... [more]

News

www.animalmemorial.org

Since we started our work in 1996 Animals' Angels inspectors have met literally hundreds of thousands of animals all over the world, deported from their homes, separated from the companions they love, frightened to death, transported for days on end and finally murdered. Our new website animalmemorial.org shows that they are not forgotten.