Sadly, the BBB campaign has ended

Bulls are still maimed for sport, but I hope the campaign helped to raises more awareness for the cruel practice of bullfighting. I am no longer updating this blog. Thanks very much for your support so far. I may occasionally post on the BBB Facebook page.

Screenshot BBB FB Seite


About Florian Leppla

A campaigner against bullfighting
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2 Responses to Sadly, the BBB campaign has ended

  1. Campaign for the Abolition of Cruel Sports

    Lower Coyne Street, Callan, County Kilkenny, Ireland

    Phone: 00 353 56 77 25543 or (086) 3271179

    Petition to end the cruel practice of live hare coursing in Ireland

    Dear Friends,

    Please sign this petition (it takes only a few seconds) seeking support for the upcoming Bill to ban the horribly cruel practice of live hare coursing in Ireland.

    Hare coursing is a so-called “sport” in which hares (jack rabbits to Americans) are set up as bait for greyhounds to chase and terrorize. Many hares are killed or horribly injured each year as they are mauled or tossed about like rag dolls on the coursing fields. Some hares die within seconds of being struck by the fast moving dogs. Others die of agonizing internal injuries, such as bone breakages that cannot heal.

    A member of Ireland’s parliament, the Dail, will attempt in the coming months to have hare coursing banned.

    We desperately need people to petition the government of Ireland, requesting its support for this Bill.

    That’s where this petition comes in. Each time a person signs it, an email immediately goes to the Taoiseach and Tanaiste (Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland) requesting their support for the Bill.

    Thanking you,

    John Fitzgerald,


    Here’s the petition:

    Here is a brief film showing exactly what happens in hare coursing as practiced in Ireland:

    Footage of the “Irish Cup” hare coursing event; held on Limerick racecourse in the last weekend of February 2012:

    Further information on the campaign against hare coursing in Ireland can also be gleaned from the book Bad Hare Days- a campaigner’s story:
    Free download at the following link:
    Or on Kindle at the following links:
    Amazon UK:

    Amazon USA:

  2. what an entertainment……….bullfights are really amazing…love to watch each time

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