Our mission is to promote the welfare of animals through Field Investigations and Advocacy. We focus entirely on organised animal cruelty.
Our experienced team of Field Investigators gather evidence of organised animal cruelty and provide evidence to statutory agencies for prosecution and policy change.
As a social enterprise, we run a society lottery. Every subscription funds our life-saving work in the field. You could win a cash prize while supporting our work.
We are a new social enterprise that investigates organised animal cruelty. We work across the UK and abroad to promote the welfare of animals.
We work in the field, conducting hands-on research and investigations. We objectively report observations, document conditions, and expose organised animal cruelty. Wherever possible, our investigators provide food, water, and comfort to animals that we encounter in the field. We also seek veterinary attention for suffering animals.
Instead of operating as a charity that relies on donations, we decided to register as a social enterprise. We raise funds by operating our own society lottery.
For just £10 per month, you could win up to £5,000. At the same time, your subscription will fund our lifesaving work in the field with animals.
If the evidence obtained from our Investigations is not sufficient for prosecution, we may use the evidence in our submissions to the Government to assist in changing policy or legislation.
We submit evidence to statutory agencies including the Police and local authorities for consideration of prosecution. If necessary, we may consider prosecuting ourselves using our rights under Section 6(1) of the Prosecution of Offences Act 1985.
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A list of previous winners will be published on our website once the First Draw has gone live.Previous Winners
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If you have information, or know something that should be investigated, you can contact us using the form below.