March to protect animals to be held in Croatia

March to protect animals to be held in Croatia

Source: Lyubov Ivanova
Animal rights activists of Croatia have announced plans to hold the 4th march in defense of animals. Due to various restrictions, the event had to be postponed for several years in a row. And finally, animal lovers announced their intention to march on April 13, 2024. The march is planned to be held in Zagreb, on King Tomislav Square. The beginning is at 11.00.

The Animal Friends Association opposes the exploitation of animals in the entertainment industry, laboratory research, clothing, accessories and food production. Animal rights activists also urge to take measures to improve the situation of stray animals and tighten laws protecting the rights of pets.

"Nonviolence and justice" is the slogan of animal friends. To coordinate the posters and banners that will be placed in Zagreb during the march, the Association of Animal Rights Activists asks you to send text versions to the organizers' email address:
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