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Gadhimai animal slaughter festival over – Compassion in World Farming   Leave a comment

This must never happen again.
Compassion in World Farming
It’s over.
Dear Fredy,
The Gadhimai slaughter festival is over for another 5 years. Many thousands of animals were brutally slaughtered, and our Investigation Unit documented their fate. The animal suffering was immense. This must never happen again.
Alongside our campaign partners Animal Welfare Network Nepal (AWNN) we fought hard to stop the festival. 176,000 of you signed the petition calling for an end to the slaughter and an end to government subsidies for slaughter festivals in Nepal. We also met with the Nepalese Embassy in the UK and worked with animal protection groups in over 20 countries to create international pressure, knowing that the potential risk to tourism was a fear of the Nepalese Government.

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