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November 1, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

I don’t need to tell you how urgently Europe’s pigs need your help. You’ve seen our recent undercover investigations proving that EU pig farming is out of control. Many farmers are acting as if they are above the law, treating the welfare of pigs with contempt. Europe should be ashamed.

We must take the next steps in our campaign to stop blatant, illegal animal cruelty. Please help us shame Europe’s pig industry by making a donation today.

Sloppy law enforcement is causing some of the cruellest cases of animal suffering we have ever seen. But, with your help, we are going to do everything in our power to end this grotesque animal exploitation. Right now, I need you to bring Hope to Europe’s pigs.

Giant pig, Hope
Hope, our inflatable pig. Can you bring Hope to the rest of Europe?

‘Hope’ is Compassion’s giant inflatable pig. She’s taller than a double-decker bus, an awe-inspiring symbol of every pig whose life we are working so hard to improve.

At 16 feet high and 30 feet long, Hope is a spectacle that can attract high-profile media attention and entice people out onto the streets, even those who might normally look away from animal suffering. We want to send Hope to the Heart of Europe – to be the catalyst that inspires entire communities to stand up for Europe’s pigs. We want her to rouse our elected leaders to end illegal pig cruelty. With Hope, we can fight to improve the lives of millions.

Hope can help to haul the terrible truth about factory farming out from behind closed doors and push it right under the noses of those in power. But to do this, she needs your support: Will you bring Hope to Europe’s pigs by making a donation today?

I believe that if we can bring Hope to Europe’s pigs; if we can tell the tragic account of the pain and suffering uncovered by our investigators, then the Pigs Directive may be properly enforced. We simply must do this for every single pig in the EU.

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