Farm Animal Rescue calls for stronger animal protection laws
This month FAR is preparing a submission in response to the Queensland Government’s request for community consultation on updating the Animal Care Protection Act (2001) before 21 May 2021. Queensland’s animal protection laws are weak, antiquated and must be updated to reflect growing community concerns for animals. We will email you soon to invite you to join us in speaking up for the animals. FAR visitors are always delighted at how affectionate and playful FAR residents like Jeff, Davis and Phoenix are.
Most little goats, lambs and roosters don’t have the opportunity to frolic freely and feel safe and protected around people. In fact, farmed animals are the most abused animals in the world with hundreds of millions bred and genetically modified to live short, painful and terrifying lives. Together we can advocate for these sentient animals. FAR’s vision for a kinder world includes stronger laws through the Animal Care Protection Act (2001) to protect farmed animals, instead of laws that enable cruelty for profit. Together we will make a difference, one step, skip, gallop or stampede at a time.
Change is coming…
Help us change the world for animals