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Lions in “Gambit” movie were trained by man whose bear attacked and killed his cousin

16 November 2012

The new movie “Gambit”, directed by Michael Hoffman, faces criticism from Animal Defenders International (ADI) for featuring two lions. The animals were trained by Randy Miller, whose own cousin, also...

Circus Bosses on Trial for Cruelty to Elephant by Worker

15 November 2012

The trial of circus owners Bobby and Moira Roberts – over video evidence filmed by Animal Defenders International (ADI) showing their workers kicking and beating their elephant, Anne, at their winter quarters...

Movie ‘Rust and Bone’ courts controversy and call for boycott over use of captive orcas

15 November 2012

Los Angeles, CA - November 14, 2012 - Animal Defenders International (ADI) is urging movie goers to boycott the film ‘Rust and Bone’ – which hits cinema screens across the US next week, on November 23...

NASA call to animal researchers condemned by animal protection groups

6 November 2012

Taking one giant leap backwards, NASA has called on researchers to submit funding applications for projects which may involve the use of primates, dogs, cats and other animals, provoking condemnation from...

Movie ‘Rust and Bone’ courts controversy and call for boycott over use of captive orcas

31 October 2012

Animal Defenders International (ADI) is urging movie goers to boycott the film ‘Rust and Bone’ – which hits cinema screens in the UK this Friday, 2 November – over its promotion and needless use of captive...

Regulations for wild animals in circuses approved in the Commons despite continued opposition

30 October 2012

The House of Commons has today passed legislation to regulate the use of wild animals in circuses through licensing, following a committee debate yesterday afternoon. Lord de Mauley will now propose that...

Circus regulations progress to the House of Commons following approval by Lords, despite concerns

26 October 2012

The House of Lords has approved regulations on the use of wild animals in circuses, following Wednesday’s Grand Committee debate, despite concerns raised by peers including Lord Knight of Weymouth and...

Animal welfare groups urge Fortnum & Mason to end foie gras sales

24 October 2012

Animal Defenders International (ADI) and other leading animal protection groups – including Animal Aid, Compassion in World Farming, Four Paws, One Kind, RSPCA, Save Me, Viva!, and the International Veterinary...

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