export of live animals through Ramsgate port: today, 9th November

Posted on November 9, 2012


Today (9th November), Dutch transport ship the Joline will be docking at the port of Ramsgate in the morning to take a shipment of live animals for export. Protesters are planning to be there during the loading of the animals. This is the second shipment of live animals through Ramsgate this week. Live animals are transported by lorry and exported by ship in horrific conditions.

Please support the protests against live animal exports at Ramsgate.

For more information, see ‘Stop live exports from the port of Ramsgate’ at www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=467754959937279&id=205331499512961

The Kent Action Against Live Exports (KAALE) web-site is at www.kaale.org.uk/

The RSPCA and Compassion in World Farming are both involved in the campaign to ban live animal exports in the UK.


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