England: The Price of Your Pint.

With heartbreaking new footage from a British dairy farm, today we’re shining a light on the cycle of cruelty that exists in every glass of milk.

Filmed by one of Animal Equality’s investigators, this short non-graphic video is a moving reminder of how the bond between mother and calf is cruelly and routinely broken on dairy farms.


Shortly after a cow gives birth, her baby is taken away from her. Usually, they’ll never see each other again. Much like humans, cows have strong maternal instincts. They will call out for their calf for days or even weeks after they’ve been separated.

The milk this cow produces for her calf will instead be taken from her to be sold. She’ll be forcibly impregnated every year, putting her and her calves through a cycle of cruelty that ends with their slaughter.

We know how much suffering takes place in the dairy industry, but so many people are still unaware. Please, share this video with your friends and on social media, and help us spread the word about the torment cows endure for every pint of their milk sold.

Thank you,


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‘Please let me be an indoor dog tonight’.


‘Please let me be an indoor dog tonight’

Visit the full post at: https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/07/04/please-let-me-be-an-indoor-dog-tonight/

Don’t forget that we also have a ‘Serbian Animals Voice’ Facebook site, which has over 1,250 members and which is a real talk shop for Serbian animal welfare campaigners; many of whom run small shelters and who have rescued animals who are looking for forever homes.

Note that each post has a ‘translation’ option where you can translate into English if you are not proficient at other languages.

There are many animals needing help – see if there is anything you can do for them.

Visit the site by clicking on:




A fascist system of exploitation


“Over 150 million animals are killed for food around the world every day—just on land. That comes out to 56 billion land animals killed per year. Including wild-caught and farmed fish, we get a total closer to 3 billion animals killed.” ( Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals)⁣


There is no other cause or struggle that comes even close in numbers.⁣

Most victims of the Animal Holocaust do not even have legal means to be defended in courts around the globe. Their voices are not acknowledged. This is the only cause in which the victims are not even recognized as victims by the majority of the human population.

How can we trivialize the magnitude of the massacre and abuse that thousands of millions of non-human animals are subjected to every week by somehow equating any other tragedy with theirs?⁣

Just trying to include any other cause in the spaces dedicated to animal rights is an anthropocentric gesture—one which only shows selfishness and a false sense of human supremacy. ⁣

Attempts to overshadow the animal rights struggle, to not let it exist on its own, and to hide the scale of non-human annihilation at a single species’ hands are just reflections of the internalized speciesism in our society.

The need to create a movement with a unique and specific cause focused on defending the rights of voiceless victims—victims who cannot make use of the human language or legally defend their own lives—originated from that void among justice movements. The goal was to have a movement specifically dedicated to shedding light on the most ignored victims, the most oppressed on the planet, and the most numerous above all: non-human animals.


Anonymous for the Voiceless


“I want to make it clear: All around us there is a system of degradation, cruelty and killing that can compete with anything the Third Reich was capable of; indeed it can overshadow it, because our system knows no end, it regenerats itself, incessantly giving birth to rabbits, rats, poultry, livestock, just to kill them.”

J.M. Coetzee (Nobel Prize for Literature)

My best regards to all, Venus