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Animals like crabs, lobsters and prawns (decapod crustaceans) undergo severe suffering in the food industry. They’re boiled alive, crammed into overcrowded tanks, posted live using Amazon, and more. 

Be part of animal welfare history... 

In November, an official government report was published recognising decapods as capable of experiencing pain. Following this, decapods were added to the Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill which is currently on it's way through Parliament to become law. Although this is a great step towards their protection, we can't stop here.

Decapods are still suffering and need our help. Take action below now.

Ask Amazon to stop selling live animals

Live lobsters are sold online via retailers such as Amazon.

 

During the process of delivery, they are at risk of injury, suffocation and death. Furthermore, delays mean they could be stuck in vans or left on doorsteps for unknown lengths of time. This is unacceptable and needs to stop now. 

To tell Amazon to stop selling live animals, simply enter your details and press send on our pre-written letter. 

Thank you for helping decapods! 

Ask your MP to support the Sentience Bill

Decapods are now included in the Sentience Bill.

 

This Bill still has many steps to go before it obtains Royal Assent to become law.

 

To make sure it is successful in its passage through Parliament, we need you to ask your MP to support the Bill. 

Take Action now using our pre-written letter.

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Our petition was sent to Michael Gove in 2018, but we need the numbers to keep rising so that we can keep the pressure up!

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Your donation can help protect crabs, lobsters, shrimp and other decapod crustaceans from unnecessary suffering.

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Click to TAKE ACTION to get these vulnerable animals protected in UK animal welfare legislation.

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