Every year, approximately 250,000 bulls are killed in bullfights. The animals are stabbed multiple times before suffering slow, agonizing deaths in front of an audience, including children. Animal cruelty is not entertainment. You can help by not attending bullfights.
Bullfights are not "fair fights" between a bull and a matador, but highly staged forms of animal cruelty, sanctioned and subsidized by governments. These outdated spectacles perpetuate the idea that injuring and killing an animal for amusement is acceptable. With attendance at an all-time low and bans enacted by several countries and cities, bullfighting is on the decline; yet events still take place in Spain, France, Portugal, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, and Mexico. HSI is focusing in particular on ending government use of public funds to support the bullfighting industry. In addition, we are working to end child bullfighting.
June 17, 2016
HSI/Europe and a coalition of animal groups in Europe are supporting a new video highlighting the carnage involved in the ‘Running of the Bulls’ spectacle taking place in July in Pamplona, Spain. The video warns tourists about the cruelty behind this spectacle.
May 30, 2016
The Governments of A.P and Telangana have directed all state public prosecutors to adequately represent custody animals and ensure they are not handed over to the accused during the trial period
April 8, 2016
Más de 1.5 millones de pesos de los contribuyentes mexicanos se gastan en programa público de TV sobre corridas de toros
HSI/Mexico descubrió que el programa de corridas de toros “Toros Sol y Sombra” transmitido por Canal Once, la televisora pública mexicana, le cuesta a los contribuyentes mexicanos más de 1.5 millones de pesos cada año.
April 8, 2016
Humane Society International is calling on Mexico's public broadcaster Canal Once to stop broadcasting the bullfighting show "Toros Sol y Sombra."