reported by activists in Italy:
ALF decided to start their own campaign to force a company with 8 shops
to stop the sale of live animals as pets or as food for snakes. This company
is called Zoolandia and is based in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy.
In two separate communiques ALF units claimed various actions against
Zoolandia shops as a start of the campaign, which they vowed to continue
as long as Zoolandia doesn't quit the pet market.
31 - Reggio Emilia
- paint bombs at the entrance of one shop, van damaged at the other shop
of the city (windows smashed, tyres slashed, paint on one
31 - Parma - Stones and bricks at the windows, paint on the entrance.
5 - Sassuolo - 4 turtles stolen during opening hours.
6 - Sassuolo - Two locks glued and paint bombs on the entrance.
6 - Carpi (MO) - Locks glued.
11 - Piacenza - Locks glued.
12 - Piacenza - 15 big pressurized bags of feed ruined during opening hours.
15 - Piacenza - A bucket full
of shit mixed with red paint thrown on the
20 - Piacenza and Carpi - Bomb hoax with phone call at both shops.
For those willing to express their views on the pet trade the ALF also gave some e-mails and phone numbers to use: