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Toro de la Peña passed without bloodshed

Tuesday, September 13rd 2016

Toro de la Peña passed without bloodshed

According to the Spanish media, Toro de la Peña passed without major particularities. As planned, a bloodless bullrun took place and bull Pelado was not killed with lances. Animal welfare activists were present in Tordesillas to document the course of the bullrun. They report that a couple of incidents have been documented. We wait for more information to publish this as soon as possible.


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First year without traditional Toro de la Vega

Thursday, September 8th 2016

First year without traditional Toro de la VegaTraditionally, a bull would be chased and killed by hundreds of men on foot and horseback armed with lances, during the local festivities of Tordesillas, Spain, on the second Tuesday of September. This year, though, the traditional Toro de la Vega, planned on September 13, will not be allowed to take place.
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CAS attends events in several countries

Thursday, August 18th 2016

CAS attends events in several countriesRecently, CAS International attended several activities, both in the Netherlands as in the bullfighting countries. The goal is to inform people in different ways and increase public consciousness about the fact that bullfighting is cruel and must end.
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The suffering of horses in the bullring

Thursday, July 21st 2016

The suffering of horses in the bullring

Most people are not aware of the fact that horses are used during bullfights, again and again. During the bullfight they are confronted with stress, they see the suffering of the bull and smell blood and death in the arena. Sometimes they themselves get injured and die.


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60 dead bulls after festivities in Pamplona

Thursday, July 14th 2016

60 dead bulls after festivities in Pamplona

The San Fermin festivities in the Spanish city of Pamplona end this year with 60 dead bulls that were killed during cruel bullfights. For 8 days, runs with bulls (6 daily) were held in Pamplona.

 


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