This December is the second anniversary of the release of pigtruth.com, our powerful undercover footage of the horrific gas stunning and slaughter of pigs that shocked Australia.
Most pigs in Australia are stunned in gas chambers, people think these pigs gently fall asleep, the opposite is true. They struggle violently. Their eyes and nostrils burn intensely. What the industry don’t want us to know is that water and high levels of carbon dioxide form carbonic acid on their eyes and every surface, so when the pigs inhale, their lungs, throat, nose and mouth becomes acidic. In their last moments these pigs are burning from the inside out.
Animals are not property, they are not our slaves. We are against this cruel gassing and the whole unjust slaughter industry.
We recommend anyone who is considering fasting consult with their medical practitioner if they have any concerns. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, are elderly or a minor, sick, undergoing medical treatment or have any history of eating disorders, diabetes or blood sugar issues please DO NOT participate in the fasting aspect of this event.
It is important that you remain hydrated, water will be provided but please ensure you have adequate fluids for the duration.
Fasting is not a requirement of this event, please only do so if you are in good health and adequately prepared to do so. If at any time during your fast you are concerned about your health please break your fast and consult a medical practitioner.
Shining a light on the forgotten mothers...
Born on a truck going to the slaughterhouse, this is the story of how the Little Prince came to live a long and happy life.
We all know someone who is notoriously difficult to buy for. Why not buy them a Gifts For Good card? You'll be making a donation to ALV to support our life saving work.
Did you know that every time you shop at any Ritchies supermarket or liquor store in Australia you can have donations sent to ALV?
You're invited to the double feature Australian cinema premiere of Running For Good and The End of Meat, two new groundbreaking vegan documentaries.
Over 5000 people flocked to the St Kilda Town Hall to celebrate food, life and freedom at this year's Spring Vegan Festival. For festival organisers Animal Liberation Victoria it was a wonderful way to honour 40 years of saving lives.