Animal Welfare Challenge Blog Hop

Animals Australia are my heros!

 

They truly are the voice of Australian Animals

They truly are the voice of Australian Animals

 

The creative team who gave this little pig wings and voices to the millions of animals suffering in Australian factory farms has been recognised internationally with a Mobius Award — the Oscars of the advertising world.

The coveted award, judged by a panel of international experts, recognised the outstanding visual effects that brought to life the little winged pig in Animals Australia’s Make it Possible TV ads and videos.

The concept was developed by Animals Australia and our pro bono advertising agency LOUD, with post-production specialists FSM animating our hero pig so she could plead her own case for a kinder world, then sprout wings and fly to freedom. Her backdrop was footage of animals from real factory farms throughout Australia.

With the TV ad already reaching 3 million people across the country and the campaign videos viewed over 320,000 times online, Make it Possible is having a HUGE IMPACT and inspiring positive change for the millions of animals suffering in factory farms around the world. Nearly 100,000 caring Australians have already pledged to help create a world without factory farming.

Experience the powerful and poignant video for yourself and take the pledge below:

 

 

Click on this picture to make your Pledge

Click on this picture to make your Pledge

 

Please take the PLEDGE to make it possible to live in a world withour factory farming – a win all round!

 

Please click on the picture of Rumpy, Dee Dee & June Buggy to visit their Animal Welfare Challenge Blog Hop

Please click on the picture of Rumpy, Dee Dee & June Buggy to visit their Animal Welfare Challenge Blog Hop

Thank You Rumpy, Dee Dee & June Buggy for giving me this challenge!

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19 responses to “Animal Welfare Challenge Blog Hop

  1. Thanks for sharing this. Factory farming is a big theme in Germany but it´s discussed rather as a “ideological” issue, without the voices of ihe animals as given in this awesome and touching video.

      • Quite the same here, you can hardly find any butchers anymore and we´ve had lots. Germans are meat eaters and they want cheap meat … purchasing a BBQ for 300 Euros but a steak should not cost more than 1,99 *shakes head* We´ve had some legal improvements recently, more space for the animals in general, ban on poultry battery cages and others but there´s still so much left to do. However, the day will come, a world without factory farming as you can´t turn a blind eye on this no more.

      • ah, forgot to say: there´s an interesting proposal from Sweden, they want taxes on meat in Europe. I think that´s one way to solve the problem: meat should not be cheap and people would buy less.

        • I understand what you are staying Janis … I hate the way politics and the economic situation of the day seems to control the price of food and thus what we eat. In our rather large street shopping strip we have three supermarkets, two butchers, a specialty “free range” chicken shop and 3 vegetable shops. The meat and vegetable shops are far more popular, even though they are more expensive, as they publicise the source of their product and its age. Unfortunaely they are open 9-5 Mon-Fri and 9-12 Sat and the supermarkets are open 6-midnight 7 days.

  2. Factory farming is a big thing in the states also. There are groups working on the issue, so some headway has been made in better treatment of those animals. We’re not there yet, but at least it’s a step in the right direction.

    • Thanks for your comment Gizmo … yes this subject does need to be aired. Hopefully every little comment ensures another step is made toward returning to paddock farming, gentle slaughtering methods and the halt Live Export processes.

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