All you fox hunters out there, you are killing a sentient being. Look how playful the fox is in the first video, just like your pet dog upon whom you may lavish your attention – odd but true people who enjoy killing foxes may like any of us have a dog as a companion animal.
Foxes are thinking feeling creatures who wish to live as do you or your dog.
Watch the videos and see for yourself what extraordinary creatures they are
A Fox Steals A Man’s Golf Ball And Has The Time Of His Life!
In this cute animal video, a baby fox has a great time messing with these golfers golfball. Adorable!
Dawn the Fox wags her tail
This is Dawn, one of the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary’s 6 resident foxes that cannot be returned to the wild. The majority of animals we get in is injured wildlife that is aimed to be returned into the wild, however, Dawn was a young fox that was took into a dog rescue centre as the member of public that found her thought she was a dog! When they realised they bought her into us but it was too late, because she was too tame and this meant that she wouldn’t be able to look after herself in the wild. Dawn is not a pet, and we do not recommend any fox or wild animal as a pet.
Jack the Fox – A Day in the Life
Join Jack the Fox on his daily routine including a quick game of football and a shampoo and blow dry!
Fox hunting has been banned here in the UK though no doubt in more isolated areas it continues.
We need to make sure that fox hunting remains banned and is not reinstated:
Fox Hunting Season Starts:
League Against Cruel Sports’ Investigators will be out in force throughout the Season gathering evidence of wildlife crime in order to bring the criminals to justice. The team combines the knowledge and skills of experienced investigators, legal experts including a solicitor and ex police officers.
Keep the wildlife crime telephone number handy and report anyone fox hunting or hunting with dogs:
WILDLIFE CRIMEWATCH LINE 01483 361 108
An offical explanation of hunting with dogs:
https://www.gov.uk/hunting-and-the-law – sadly the barbarous cruelty of hunting rabbits and rats and retrieving hares that have been shot is still allowed as is drag hunting and trail
hunting – this could easily be used as a cover for fox hunting – and the supposed flushing out of pests.
The Government is trying to bring back fox hunting
The Government has indicated that they have been considering amending the Hunting Act by using an Affirmative Statutory Instrument (SI), a type of legislation that can be used to push unpopular changes through Parliament with less scrutiny than a full vote on repeal would require.
Read More and send a message. Tell your MP that you don’t want a repeal by the back door.
Not convinced of the cruelty of Fox Hunting? Watch the videos.
Warning desturbing images for those of us who are sensitive to the suffering of another sentient being.
Regarding one of the You Tube comments following the 2nd video:
“David Cameron has promised a free and fair vote on the issue, no party whips, no being told how to vote, its highly democratic.” Democracy has nothing to do with this issue which is about what is right and what is wrong, what is ethical and what is unethical. The murder of a sentient being for amusement can never be ethical, nor allowed in any country that wishes to make moral progress. The consensus or otherwise of cruelty whether it be hunting or other form of abuse, and there are just so many, is irrelavant. The hunting of any creature has no place in any modern civilised society. I find the fact that our prime minister, who is responsible for the suffering of millions – including thousands of deaths – as a result of welfare reforms, pursues the so-called sport of hunting very disturbing.
If you have men who will exclude any of God’s creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men.
St. Francis of Assisi
Regardless of religious affiliation or other wise the above statement is just so true in the case of Cameron and in the case of anyone who mistreats animals. Such people are more likely to mistreat their own species as they have so little regard for the sanctity of life, the right to life.
“There will be no justice as long as man will stand with a knife or with a gun and destroy those who are weaker than he is.”
Isaac Bashevis Singer
David Cameron’s local hunt, The Heythrop Hunt, with which the Prime Minister has ridden six times before the law changed was the first to be convicted and fined for illegally killing foxes:
There certainly is little justice in this country and never will be under the dictatorship of someone who has little respect for the rights of other living beings. One should indeed consider the strong possibility that Cameron will try to reinstate Fox hunting if he and his detestable Tory party are elected next year. Yet another reason not to vote Tory
For Fox sake Don’t Vote Tory – To warn people of the risk to wildlife if Tories (or UKIP) are re-elected