End Circus Suffering has highlighted cruelty to animals in Indian circuses and helped rehabilitate more than 170 animals so far. Following the latest developments, letters of protest from all over the world have found their way to the Indian government.
Author Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organizations
We know how challenging it can be to transition to an animal-free diet. So FIAPO came up with a simple solution to help you switch to a cruelty-free life: an easy-to-follow Vegan Starter Kit!
We all feel deeply aggrieved over the lost lives – humans and dogs. But I despair over the vigilantes who seem to take the ‘eye for an eye’ approach by ruthlessly culling every dog they can lay their eyes upon.
We are extremely pleased to see state wide acceptance and regard for Rabies Free Kerala, including awareness of sterilization, the only scientific and humane choice for animal population control, and tolerance and acceptance of street dogs.
There’s no such thing as a happy cow, giving away her milk to humans while depriving it to her own babies. While traditionally thought of as quintessential to healthy living, consumption of dairy and other animal products has been linked with most of the top 20 causes of early death.
Happy Trumpets from Indian Elephants: Central Zoo Authority Urges to #EndCircusSuffering for Elephants
It’s a golden moment in the Indian Animals Right Movement, as the Government body Central Zoo Authority lends its supports to put an end to the use of elephants in circuses, and to ensure their rehabilitation!
Kuntal Joisher, the first vegan to scale the heights of the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest, is on board FIAPO’s national campaign Don’t Get Milked, which breaks the myths surrounding the Indian dairy industry.
#MyDesiValentine, FIAPO’s latest campaign, aims to empower animal organizations by helping them to conduct adoption drives across India. As part of the campaign, we are supporting our NGO members digitally and enabling them to connect with a wider audience of pet lovers.
FIAPO recently came across a horrific incident in an environmental studies textbook for 4th class children, asking them to suffocate a cat on the pretext of an experiment on understanding the importance of breathing.