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Break the Romanian live export supply chain

Every year, Romania sends thousands of animals on gruelling journeys to the Middle East's 'Festival of Sacrifice', where the streets run red with blood...

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Break the Romanian live export supply chain

Every year, Romania sends thousands of animals on gruelling journeys to the Middle East's 'Festival of Sacrifice', where the streets run red with blood...

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Animals Australia

Animals Australia team

Last updated 11 January 2022

Romania holds the dubious distinction of being the biggest exporter of live animals in Europe, and in the latest investigations by our Animals International team (the global arm of Animals Australia) the horror that awaits these animals during the ‘Festival of Sacrifice’ has been exposed.

 

Shocking investigation evidence reveals confused and clearly terrified bulls, steers and sheep being thrown off trucksdragged by the ears and legs, being kickedstabbed and crippled — before having their necks sawn open in full view of their companions.

Our investigators witnessed Romanian sheep being pinned down and killed in the street while other frightened animals were crammed into car boots only to face agonising ‘home’ slaughter.

Will you take 2 minutes now to help us work every angle to spare animals from the horror of live export?

As the biggest exporter in Europe, stopping the flow of animals from Romania is a critical step towards ending live export cruelty globally.

TAKE ACTION: Send a polite message now, urging the Romanian Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development to stop these death journeys and end Romania’s cruel trade in live animals.