Anonymous communiques via Bite Back
27th December: 18 mice liberated
“On Christmas Eve, ALF Plymouth & SD joined forced with associates in the mid county in liberating 18 mice from a rodent farm near Honiton.
It is not known where the mice in this facility are destined but the farm has
security and hygiene processes on the outside. Inside the conditions were
atrocious, with live mice living and trampling over their dead and decomposing
Taking advantage of the Christmas workers holiday, activists were able to
successfully rescue 18 mice before making a hasty exit.
During the evening of Christmas day, we are saddened to learn that 3 of those
rescued had lost their fight for life. R.I.P sweet innocent angels.
Onwards we fight.
Until every fucking cage is empty.
26th December: Game shooting estate targetted by the ALF
“ALF targeted a pheasant shooting estate at the beginning of December. 55 feeding stations were destroyed. A pheasant pen over 200 sqm was completely put down. Aniseed and feed trails were traced towards the outside of the shooting estate to attract the birds to safety. The cabins were spray painted to ensure the owners got the message.
Reports after the attack confirm that the birds have moved positively outside of the game areas. We know the gamekeepers will really struggle this holidays, knowing that they charge 1000 pounds per gun/day and there are no birds to shoot.
We would like to show our respect to our comrades at Hunt Saboteurs Association, whom have seen some horrible killings of foxes lately and have been ignored, once again, by the ‘authorities’.
We will never give up. We are everywhere. We will not rest until the oppression is lifted. Until every animal is free. ALF”
30th November: Chickens freed from egg farm
“Action taken in Northwest UK, 10 young chickens liberated from egg farm.”
28th November: Four ducks liberated, farm sabotaged
“Action taken at duck farm in Northwest UK.
Four ducks taken and re-homed from ‘free range’ duck farm.
All doing well at their new home.
Damage done and footage of conditions gathered.”
26th November: Suffering pig saved
“In the moonlight on the night of Saturday 19th November 2016 this young Pig was liberated by ALF activists in the UK from a miserable life of starvation in appalling conditions.
Too weak and exhausted to walk to our waiting vehicle he collapsed several times and had to be carried for most of the way. He is now safe from abuse and harm.
‘Hardline Animal Rights Department’
We don’t just talk. We act!”