Category: North American Communiqués

Toronto ALF Targets North American Fur Auction

Received anonymously Last week I gained access to the roof top of the North American Fur Auction and sabotaged air conditioning units. I also lit several petrol bombs to send a clear message to those who make their living killing and torturing animals that the times are changing. This action was done in solidarity with …

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500 Captive Mink Released at Willow Pond Farm, Brant, Ontario

Received anonymously More than 500 mink were released from cages at the Willow Pond Farm (105 Maple Grove Road) in Brant, Ontario early on April 30. The Willow Pond Mink Freedom Movement has claimed responsibility, according to media reports.

50 Pheasants Liberated from Beavercreek, Oregon Game Farm

Received anonymously On the night of February 28th, in an act of love, 50 ringnecked pheasants were liberated from the Estacada Game Farm in Beavercreek, Oregon. These birds would have otherwise been sold to sport hunting outfitters and killed for entertainment. The pheasants thrashed through the air in all directions as they made their way …

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Recap of Undercover Footage From Mink Factory Farms in Ontario, Canada Collected in the Summer of 2015

Willow Pond Farm (Scotland, Ontario): https://youtu.be/JF2avefuLII Hodgson’s Mink Farm (Wheatley, Ontario): https://youtu.be/pCU3sVVRzyA Communiqué (in full): Over the summer of 2015, we visited Willow Pond Fur Farm at 105 Maple Grove Road in Scotland, ON. We documented injured mink with gaping wounds and mink that were too ill to even move. The ground at the farm …

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Lone Activist Liberates Foxes, Rabbit from Wisconsin Fur Farm

Received anonymously: In the early hours of October 23rd, 2015, I took a pair of bolt cutters to the back fence of the fox farm on Hospital Road in Burlington, Wisconsin. The first imprisoned animal found was a twenty pound rabbit in a small wire bottom cage. She was either a neglected pet or a …

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Activists Re-Visit Guelph Fur Farm in Canada, Inflict Sabotage

In the fall of 2015 we revisited Millbank Fur Farm at 5675 Jones Baseline Road in Guelph/Eramosa, ON. We had intially planned to release more animals from the hell of this factory farm but we were too late – there were no mink left to liberate. We decided to inflict some non-violent economic sabotage instead …

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ALF Visits Ontario Fur Farms (Videos Included)

Received anonymously See video (more footage coming soon) from the Ontario fur farms visited by the ALF here: https://vid.me/8Nlr Over the summer of 2015 we visited and video recorded Willow Pond Mink Farm at 105 Maple Grove Road in Scottland, ON. We witnessed injured mink with gapping wounds crammed into small cages that were covered …

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Vivisection Laboratory Website Hacked

Received anonymously (the defaced website belongs to McGill University neuroscience researcher Yogita Chudasama) The 7th September 2015, a vivisection laboratory website was sabotaged by using the technique of ‘deface’. It was entered to the website server and some of their directories were modified. The result was a more realistic image about what the laboratory does …

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100 Pheasants Liberated from EE Wilson Game Management Area (Oregon)

In the late night hours of September 17th, after hiking miles through the forest, we descended upon a Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) pheasant holding pen located within the EE Wilson Game Management Area. Aviation snips were used to cut a hole in the netting surrounding the pen allowing the approximately 100 ring-necked …

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Economic Sabotage at Ontario (Canada) Livestock Alliance

Received anonymously July 18, 2015 – Ontario, Canada – Late tonight in Guelph, locks were super glued and buildings were graffitied at Ontario Pork Producers, Ontario Veal, Ontario Goat and Ontario Rabbit; the later three making up the Ontario Livestock Alliance. These organizations directly assist in coordinating the purchase and shipment of animals to their …

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3 Crayfish Liberated from Live Seafood Market

received anonymously: June 2015 – In broad daylight, 3 crayfish were liberated from a live seafood market. Once they were in safe hands they were quickly released back into the waters in which they were originally captured. A small crayfish meat trade exists in the United States where live crayfish are captured in traps from …

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ALF Burns Huntingdon Life Sciences’ Trucks in Ontario

received anonymously (photo: Andrew Collins @ACollinsPhoto): Mississauga, Ontario, Canada – Early in the morning of June 7, 2015, the Animal Liberation Front planted incendiary devices under trucks belonging to Harlan Laboratories. Harlan is a company owned by Huntingdon Life Sciences. They are responsible for supplying research animals and animal feed to vivisectionists. This action was …

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1600 Captive Mink in St. Marys, Ontario (Canada) Liberated by Animal Activists

Received anonymously As many as 1,600 mink were released from cages at the Glenwood Fur Farm (4216 Perth Line 9) in St. Marys, Ontario late on May 30. According to media reports, fencing that surrounds the farm was cut and a gate opened. Animals in two sheds were released, and breeding cards removed.

Captive Wolves Need Help

1119 Randolf Road, Lillie Louisiana is the actual physical address of the animals in terrible distress! Below are photos and documentation of a rapid breeder that has upward of 20 wolf and wolf dogs aging from under a month to 13 years old. Every animal is short chained, outdoors, with frozen water in water bowls,very …

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Lobsters liberated from Dublin restaurant by animal rights activists

by Linda McGrory Nine lobsters have been liberated from a Dublin restaurant in a daring weekend sting by animal rights activists. Members of the National Animal Rights Association (NARA), Direct Action For Animals, and Alliance For Animal Rights swooped on the Ka Shing Chinese restaurant as busy Friday trade got under way about 7.30pm. A …

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