Having met Indy, we can confirm that, yes, she is as adorable, cuddly and cute as she looks. The law is meant to protect victims, not create them and the fact that it's not on her side is a massive injustice.
Did you see? Police looking for witnesses after fox killed by dogs near Scarborough. Please share with anyone local, thanks. [ Police.uk Link ]

Witness appeal after fox attacked by dogs near Scarborough - North Yorkshire Police

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England and Wales are among the most lenient countries in the world when it comes to #animalcruelty sentences at just 6 months!
This needs to increase.

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Yesterday legendary explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and TOWIE star Chloe Meadows back tougher penalties for dog fighters.

Of course, there was also the bonus opportunity to meet the delightful rescue dog Cupcake, who was undoubtedly the star of the show.

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You don't have to see a dog fight to know it's cruel...
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"With a maximum sentence of just six months in prison, England and Wales are dead last when it comes to punishing those who abuse animals. The calls from MPs are clear, and the public agree. We now we need the Government to pick this up and get justice for animals. If they do so, they will have our full support”.

- Eduardo Gonçalves

Are we tough enough on animal cruelty? - BBC News

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England and Wales are among the most lenient countries in the world when it comes to #animalcruelty sentences at just 6 months!

This needs to increase. Please sign the petition at

#animaljustice #enddogfighting #dogsofinstagram #dogstagram #staffie #pitbull
“If the current law is to ever serve as a real deterrent to dog fighters or other perpetrators of animal cruelty, the current maximum six month custodial sentence must be increased to at least three years." - Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Legendary Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and TOWIE star Chloe Meadows back tougher penalties for dog fighters

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“There is something morally and psychologically wrong with people who force dogs to fight each other.

“A maximum six months’ prison sentence is not enough for this disgusting, cruel and violent crime.

"People who hurt animals also hurt people, so do we really want them on the streets?”

'OPEN YOUR EYES' Ricky Gervais erupts with FURY at soft sentences for dog fighters

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Dogs forced into fighting suffer terrible injuries, both from the fights and at the hands of their vicious owners.

Dog Fighting

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This is certainly a new excuse.

"She saw the protester was trapped between the horse and the gate and was trying to make a noise by banging on the gate to get the horse to back off."

How very considerate...

Princess Eugenie's godmother reported to cops after 'whipping foxhunt protester'

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"106 years ago, Parliament enacted the Protection of Animals Act, which banned various forms of cruelty to animals. The Act imposed a maximum sentence of six months imprisonment on those found guilty.

In the time since, a lot has happened: two World Wars, women’s suffrage, the creation of television and the internet. The world has moved on a lot. And yet something remains the same: a maximum...
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Pre-World War I Animal Cruelty Sentencing Needs Urgent Review

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You'd think we'd stop being surprised by now....

To give them their due, hunts never cease to find new ways to disgust us.

Huntsman launches foul-mouthed rant at saboteurs after 'trying to attack them with a metal chain'

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Yet another assault on those who stand up for Britain's wildlife this weekend.

To commit this violent act is bad enough, but to do it and get caught on camera isn't exactly whip-smart is it?
Those of you who catch the train to work may have seen our calls for stronger #animalcruelty sentencing on the front cover of the Metro, as well as those of Anna Turley MP and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home following their new report.
Many millions of animals suffer and die each year for the sake of ‘sport’.

We’re here to protect them.

Why The League

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Twelve years on from the Hunting Act coming into force, hunters need to stop breaking the law, authorities need to ensure the law is enforced throughout the country, and sentencing for animal cruelty needs strengthening so that the time fits the crime.

If Brexit means Brexit, then the hunting ban should mean a hunting ban

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12 years ago today the Hunting Act came into force

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