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mardi 11 juillet 2017

CAMERA CACHEE ET VICTOIRE DE MERCY FOR ANIMALS!!!!!!!!

 
 
 AVEC VIDEO TRES TRES DURE..
 
 
 ON CROYAIT LE CANADA ÊTRE UN PAYS ÉVOLUÉ
C' ÉTAIT AVANT D' ENTENDRE PARLER DU MASSACRE DES PHOQUES. IL Y A BIEN LONGTEMPS PUISQUE BB SE BATTAIT DÉJÀ POUR LES SAUVER
 RIEN N' A CHANGE + DE 20 ANS APRÈS..
 
 ON  A RÉALISE QUE LE NOUVEAU GOLDEN BOY EN CHARGE  N' AIME PAS LES ANIMAUX, PUISQU' IL  MENACE LES PROPRIÉTAIRES DE PITBULLS..
 MAIS ON N' AURAIT JAMAIS PENSE  QUE DANS LEURS ÉLEVAGES LES VACHES LAITIÈRES ÉTAIENT SOUMISES A TANT DE CRUAUTÉ
 CETTE CAMÉRA CACHÉE A PERMIS DEUX CHOSES
 
 1/L'EMPLOYÉ   A ÉTÉ INCULPE!!!
 
2/DÉSORMAIS, 97 % DES VEAUX SERONT ÉLEVÉS HORS CAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 MERCI !!!
 
 MERCY FOR ANIMALS MÈNE LES COMBATS JUSQU' A LA VICTOIRE.. ILS SONT FORMIDABLES.
 DE NOMBREUX LIENS  INTÉRESSANTS SUR LA PAGE 
 
 CET ARTICLE DATE DE 2014.... J' ESPERE QUE  3 ANS PLUS  TARD..LES VEAUX VIVENTDANS DE MEILLEURES CONDITIONS...
 
 CE SERAIT A VERIFIER SI QQN S' EN CHARGE CE SERAIT SUPER!!



 
 



Shocking video footage secretly recorded by Mercy For Animals at a Delimax veal factory farm in Canada has resulted in animal cruelty charges against Eric Dame, a former employee at the facility. Dame has been charged with two counts of violating the Quebec provincial Animal Health Protection Act, and could face up to $37,000 in fines.

The graphic undercover video at Delimax—a major veal supplier in Canada—exposed workers kicking, punching, and beating animals, baby calves chained by the neck and locked inside narrow crates so small they couldn’t walk, turn around, or lie down comfortably, and animals suffering from open wounds without proper veterinary care.

Watch the hidden-camera video that led to the charges here:


Following the investigation, Mercy For Animals immediately submitted a detailed legal complaint to the Montreal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the agency responsible for enforcing animal welfare laws, calling for animal cruelty charges to be filed against the company for its violations of both provincial and federal law. Mercy For Animals praises the Montreal SPCA for taking swift and decisive action in this important case.

As a result of this landmark investigation, the Ontario Veal Association and the Quebec Veal Association both agreed to phase out inherently cruel veal crates, and major retailers including Loblaws, Sobeys, and Metro committed to removing crated veal from their shelves. Such a ban was already in effect at Costco. This means that 97 percent of the veal produced in Canada will now be crate-free.