Friday, 8 July 2011

Help BunnyHugga Say NO to battery farmed meat in pet food

Say NO to battery farmed meat in pet food - Full details

These days a growing number of people are very conscious of the meat they are eating and the farming methods used to produce it.  We deliberately choose free range or at least humanely farmed meat.  But do we think about the meat in our dog and cat food?  Probably not.  The truth is that the huge majority of pet food brands contain battery or inhumanely farmed meat.

Our aims are:
1. To raise public awareness and encourage pet food companies to switch to humanely farmed or free range meat products

2. To promote the brands which do not contain battery or inhumanely farmed meat.  These are:-
Almo Nature
Arden Grange
Bern Pet Foods
James Wellbeloved
John Burns
Royal Canin

Whilst our main concern is rabbit welfare, it is impossible to run this campaign without including all animals used in pet food.  There are brands which include no rabbit meat but do include battery farmed chicken; therefore, unfortunately we are unable to promote these companies until they change their policies.

Please take a moment to sign our petition; this takes the form of an open letter which will be sent to all the pet food manufacturers not listed above, asking them to consider changing their policies on the source of their meat products.
If you are an organisation and would like to lend your support to this campaign, please email us at info@bunnyhugga.com

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