FAACE

AcronymDefinition
FAACEFight Against Animal Cruelty in Europe (UK)
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Membro da Frente de Acoes em Analise do Comportamento e Educacao (FAACE).
FAACE wants Pets And Their People readers to write to their local MEP who can then urge their colleagues at Brussels to pressure the Spanish Government into banning the sport.
FAACE chairman Tony Moore said: "In England nearly 400 horses are killed in the racing industry annually.
FAACE chairman Tony Moore said: "This advert appears to relish the prospect of horses dying in the name of entertainment and gambling.
FAACE, a Europe-wide organisation, believes hundreds of oxen and horses are used every year in the event.
- TO support FAACE send cheques payable to FAACE, 29 Shakespeare St, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 5AB.
Tony Moore, chairman of FAACE, said: ``This arena blood sport should have been thrown into the dustbin of history years ago.
Southport-based Tony Moore brought his FAACE - Fight Against Animal Cruelty in Europe - to campaign against what they see as the cruelty of horse racing and the Grand National in particular.
The Fight Against Animal Cruelty in Europe (FAACE) is now urging People readers to help it stamp out the flourishing trade.
FAACE has been fighting against the cruelties of bullfighting and blood fiestas since 1987.
Pressure group Fight Against Animal Cruelty in Europe (FAACE), described the ad as "sickening".