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Brexit gives the Government a chance to stop
The RSPCA is calling on the Government to keep animal welfare in mind when they negotiate the Brexit as the issue of live exports is due to be debated in the House of Commons.
So far this year 58 lorries, in
12 separate sailings, have left
the port of Ramsgate in Kent
on a former tank carrier to
head to Europe. Where the
animals can be driven for hours
before being slaughtered, many
without being stunned first.
Craig Mackinlay MP for South Thanet is calling for port owners to be given the right to refuse the trade in live animals. Whilst the trade is still legal as the UK is still a member of the European Union until 2019, Brexit gives a real opportunity for the Government to give port owners the flexibility to decide whether to allow this trade or not. More
We are the RSPCA Branch for Alton, Haslemere and Petersfield. We work for animal welfare and to prevent cruelty to animals in our Branch area.
We have our own Cattery in Hindhead which provides shelter and a re-homing service for stray, abandoned and unwanted cats. The Cattery provides accommodation and care for up to 20 cats at a time.
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