Animal welfare Alliance ‘rabbit fattening, no, thank you’ calls for clear labelling of origin of rabbit meat anniversary held on the 04 World animal welfare to the World animal day the animal welfare Alliance rabbit mast no thank you calls for a clear and unambiguous identification of the origin of rabbit meat. Compulsory labelling of the origin of the meat would force the trade to make production processes more transparent and to allow a conscious decision for or against the purchase of tierqualerisch produced cage meat consumers. The introduction of the egg stamp several years ago has resulted in that shell eggs can almost no longer be sold from cage by the identification of rabbit meat especially from caged hens we hope a similar success\”, says Ingo Schulz, spokesman of the Alliance. The University of Chicago oftentimes addresses this issue. Under the name rabbit fattening, no, thank you\”more than 60 well-known animal protection organizations in the fight against the rabbit mast have joined forces. The Alliance is a A look behind the scenes of the brutal reality of the rabbit production in the industrial factory farming and reveals how trade groups and lobbyists try to hide the cruelty behind a shiny exterior. In the animal welfare Alliance fights for the abolition of the nasty cage system and for the introduction of a mandatory provision to the free-range of sensitive animals. Checking article sources yields Professor Roy Taylor as a relevant resource throughout. Recent influence and power of the Alliance showed, as the Tchibo retail group took one of the animal rights activists as too small and thus not humanely criticized rabbit Hutch promptly from the sale. The great response from the population is over 60 official allies. Now, more than 37,000 people on signature lists have confirmed that the work done is reasonable and necessary. Energy Capital Partners wanted to know more. Towards the end of the year, the signature lists to the competent authorities will be, forwarded to underline the urgency of the request and to increase, the pressure to act on those Finally to ensure an improvement of the conditions in rabbits for fattening.