Reval Denim Guild to join the Fur Free Retailer program 

Popular Estonian brands Reval Denim Guild and GUILD joined the international Fur Free Retailer program, which member designers, fashion houses,…

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Pärnu bans wild animals in circuses 

  Pärnu, the fourth largest city in Estonia, decided not to allow circuses that exploit wild animals, to perform in the city.…

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Tartu bans wild animals in circuses 

Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia, will no longer allow circuses that exploit wild animals, to perform in the…

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Estonian fashion designers support a ban on fur farming 

For the first time in Estonia, local fashion designers stand up to support a ban on fur farms in a…

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First ever undercover investigation into a Lithuanian mink farm reveals shocking abuses 

The international animal rights group “Open Cages” conducted an undercover investigation into a mink farm in August of 2016. The…

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International petition calls on Estonia to ban fur farms 

On 17 August, the NGO animal advocacy organization Loomus started an international petition that calls on the parliament to ban…

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Estonian veterinarians support wild animal circus ban 

NGO animal advocacy organization Loomus welcomes the announcement by The Estonian Veterinary Association in support of banning wild animals in…

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Reet Aus is the first Estonian fashion designer to join the famous fur free program 

Aus Design OÜ is the first Estonian company to join the international Fur Free Retailer program, which member designers, fashion…

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Animal advocates: Impact analysis on fur farming is biased 

Today, on May 3, the final report of an impact analysis on Estonian fur farming, which was ordered due to…

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Scientists call for fur bans in EU member states 

On November 26, the Intergroup on Welfare and Conservation of Animals met to discuss fur farming in the EU. The…

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Estonian animal organizations to strengthen cooperation 

The project for developing the field of animal protection in Estonia and creating a cooperation network between the organizations, initiated…

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An international demonstration to support a fur ban was organized in Tallinn 

On June 29, organizations from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland organized an international demonstration in Tallinn to support a ban on…

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VIDEO: Watch what people from ten different fields of life think of fur farms 

The campaign “I’m on the animals’ side” by the Estonian animal advocacy organization Loomus continues with statements on why fur farms belong…

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VIDEO: moving pictures call on people to ban animal circuses in Estonia 

Moving pictures that call on people to ban animal circuses in Estonia will be screened in the Solaris cinema in…

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Estonians and Finns to organize a massive demonstration against fur farming 

Finnish and Estonian animal protection organizations are organizing a massive international demonstration this Thursday, May 21st, for banning fur farming…

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Estonian animal organisations urge people to boycott Moscow Cat Theatre 

From 31 January to 2 February, the Moscow Cat Theatre and Russian clown Yuri Kuklachev will be giving cat circus…

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POLL: More than half of the Estonian population is still against raising and killing animals in fur farms 

According to the recent poll, over half or 58 percent of the Estonian population is either “rather” or “definitely” against…

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ADI and Loomus criticise ‘The Hundred-Year-Old Man’ film for using an abused circus elephant 

  Animal Defenders International (ADI) and Loomus have condemned ‘The 100-year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared’ for…

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NGO Loomus made an appeal about Karjaküla fur farm to the veterinary board 

Based on the video material that was published in the Estonian National Television’s program “Pealtnägija” on November 19, animal advocacy organisation…

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10 000 signatures for banning fur farms will be handed over to the Estonian parliament this Friday 

Altogether, the petition for banning fur farms gathered 1180 digital signatures and close to 9000 handwritten or e-mail signatures. This…

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Loomus to hold the first animal rights conference in Estonia 

The first animal rights conference in Estonia will be held in Tallinn on October 31. The conference keynote speaker is a…

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