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CAS International and Piep! undercover in Tordesillas

Wednesday, September 16th 2015

CAS International and Piep! undercover in TordesillasRompesuelas, the bull that was used this year during the event Toro de la Vega in Tordesillas, Spain, died a horrible death on 15 September. CAS International was in Tordesillas together with the Dutch online news platform PiepVandaag.nl, which focuses on news related to animal welfare. Together with its founder Karen Soeters, we made undercover footage, which will be the basis of a documentary about Toro de la Vega.
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Valldemossa new anti-bullfighting municipality

Wednesday, September 9th 2015

Valldemossa new anti-bullfighting municipality

The Spanish municipality of Valldemossa (Mallorca) declared itself as anti-bullfighting municipality. 17 municipalities have declared themselves against bullfighting on the Spanish Island till now. This has been achieved thanks to our campaign ‘Mallorca Sense Sang’ (Mallorca without Blood).


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Actions against cruel Toro de la Vega in Spain

Friday, September 4th 2015

Actions against cruel Toro de la Vega in Spain

On September 15 the cruel feast of  Toro de la Vega will take place in Tordesillas, Spain. During Toro de la Vega a bull is slaughtered by hundreds of men on horses and by foot, who kill the animal with lances. The bull that will be killed in Tordesillas has already been chosen. His name is Rompe-Suelas and he weighs 640 kg.


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Mexican state Coahuila prohibits bullfighting

Thursday, August 27th 2015

Mexican state Coahuila prohibits bullfighting

The Mexican state Coahuila prohibits bullfighting and becomes the third state in Mexico with a ban. The voting took place in the Congress of Coahuila, with 16 votes in favour and 5 against the prohibition.

 


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Massive slaughter of animals in Nepal banned

Wednesday, August 5th 2015

Massive slaughter of animals in Nepal bannedWe have received very good news from Nepal! The Gadhimai Jatra Festival, which takes place at the Gadhimai Temple every five years, has been canceled indefinitely!
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