Each spring, the Canadian government authorizes fishermen to club or shoot to death hundreds of thousands of baby seals for their fur.
Less than 5 percent of a sealer’s annual income comes from the seal slaughter. A federal industry buyout would end the Canadian seal hunt and allow sealers to be compensated for this loss of income—a dollar amount that would actually be cheaper than continuing to prop up the dying seal industry each year. Take action now.
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Save the Seals
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Actress Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting raised money to protect seals through a spinning event. Middle-schooler Gabie Nealon-Shapiro collected donations through her bat mitzvah. read their stories and get started
World-renowned photographer Nigel Barker stands with us against Canada's seal slaughter. His gorgeous prints of seals are now offered for sale. view and purchase images
Seal Hunt News
December 12, 2014
Following the Nov. 30 illegal killing of a Hawaiian monk seal on the Northeast coast of Kaua‘i, animal welfare and conversation groups are seeking the public’s help to protect the island’s monk seals. Learn more
September 30, 2014
McMenamins, an Oregon-based brewery and pub chain, is taking a stand against Canada’s commercial seal slaughter. Learn more