FUR - Contact Sports Direct, owners of The Flannels Group and ask them to stop selling fur in Flannels fashion stores. See more here.
BADGER CULL - Sign the petition calling for National Trust Chairman Simon Jenkins to be dismissed following his overturning of the vote to prohibit badger culling on NT land: see more here.
LIVE EXPORTS - Email the new minister for farming, George Eustice, asking him to use his new powers to stop live exports. Take action here.
ANIMAL RESEARCH - Urge your MP to support and sign EDM 630 Open Government and Animal Experiments which calls for the repeal of Section 24 (secrecy clause) of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act. See more here.
FOIE GRAS - Tell Gordon Ramsay to dump this barbaric product! See more here.
MONKEY TRADE - Stop the cruel Mauritius monkey trade – please sign the petition here.
For photos of previous events, view the Gallery
Please contact us if you would like to help at any of our events.
|12th April 2014 (Sat)||Vegan Bake Sale / Vegan Fair.
Palace Gate Centre, Exeter.
|5th October 2014 (Sun)||Matford charity car boot sale fund.
|22nd November 2014 (Sat)||Animal Aid South-West Christmas Without Cruelty Festival.
Exeter Corn Exchange.
EFFA was founded in 2001 to campaign against animal cruelty and promote a cruelty-free lifestyle. It is dedicated to peaceful protest and consists of a wide diversity of people and talents.
EFFA initiates campaigns locally and acts in support of national organisations, holding street collections and information stalls on issues such as factory farming, vivisection, live exports, fur farming, etc.
We also offer help and guidance to people seeking to go veggie or vegan, and organise a varied calendar of social events in Exeter and beyond.
|"The medical argument for animal testing doesn't stand up. Even if it did, I don't think we should kill other species. We think we're so much better; I'm not sure we are. I tell people, We've beaten into submission every animal on the face of the Earth, so we are the clear winners of whatever battle is going on between the species. Couldn't we be generous? I really do think it's time to get nice. No need to keep beating up on them. I think we've got to show that we're kind." - Paul McCartney|