OneKind aims to end cruelty to Scotland’s wildlife, pets
and other animals through campaigns, research & education

Ban Electric Shock Collars

Scotland could be on the brink of banning shock collars. Lets make it happen!

Take action for foxes now

This fox died a horrible death in the grips of a snare. The law failed him, but we won’t.

Support our 2016 campaigns

From electric shock collars to hunting with dogs, we need your support to end these cruel practices

Homes are no place for monkey business

There are no circumstances where a primate would benefit from being kept privately in a domestic environment

What next for OneKind? Your ideas

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Harry Huyton
13 July 2016

Last week we asked our supporters and members to let us know what you think OneKind should do next to end cruelty to...

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What does the Brexit vote mean for animals?

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Harry Huyton
05 July 2016

The far reaching consequences of the vote to leave the European Union last week are only just beginning to be understood...

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Scotland confirms ban on wild animal circuses is on its way

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Libby Anderson
13 June 2016

The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform in the new Scottish Government, Roseanna...

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Annie the circus elephant

Three reasons to be optimistic for animals in Scotland

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Gregor Yule
31 May 2016

What will the new Scottish Government do for animals? Is animal welfare going to be a political hot potato or will it be...

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Shock collars facilitate cruelty. It’s time to ban them.

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Harry Huyton
26 May 2016

A woman in Fort Augustus who gave a young boy electric shocks using a dog training collar faces jail for her appalling...

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What next for OneKind? Your ideas

Harry Huyton's avatar
Harry Huyton
13 July 2016

Last week we asked our supporters and members to let us know what you think OneKind should do next to end cruelty to...

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What does the Brexit vote mean for animals?

Harry Huyton's avatar
Harry Huyton
05 July 2016

The far reaching consequences of the vote to leave the European Union last week are only just beginning to be understood...

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Scotland confirms ban on wild animal circuses is on its way

Libby Anderson's avatar
Libby Anderson
13 June 2016

The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform in the new Scottish Government, Roseanna...

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Annie the circus elephant

What will the next Scottish Government do for animals?

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Gregor Yule
19 April 2016

It’s almost election time in Scotland, so last week OneKind, working in partnership with Blue Cross, Cats...

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Highland cow

No place for polar bear breeding in Scotland

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Harry Huyton
19 February 2016

Polar bears are awesome animals. In the wild, they roam enormous areas of the Arctic, with natural ranges that are on...

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Mercedes the polar bear

New chapter in circus saga

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Harry Huyton
11 February 2016

OneKind urges MPs to take every chance stand up for circus animals and press for these outmoded entertainments to be...

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Annie the circus elephant

OneKind welcomes community payback order for illegal snaring offence

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Harry Huyton
25 May 2016

OneKind has welcomed a community payback order for a man convicted of snaring offences in East Lothian. Craig Aitken...

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dog and snare

Why Scotland should not bring back tail docking

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Harry Huyton
06 May 2016

OneKind has called on the Scottish Government not to weaken the law and allow tail docking again in Scotland. The...

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The 2016 Scottish Elections – Who said what on animal welfare?

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Gregor Yule
04 May 2016

The Scottish Elections are just around the corner so what then are the politicians saying about animal welfare? If you...

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Scottish parliament

OneKind welcomes community payback order for illegal snaring offence

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Harry Huyton
25 May 2016

OneKind has welcomed a community payback order for a man convicted of snaring offences in East Lothian. Craig Aitken...

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dog and snare

The 2016 Scottish Elections – Who said what on animal welfare?

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Gregor Yule
04 May 2016

The Scottish Elections are just around the corner so what then are the politicians saying about animal welfare? If you...

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Scottish parliament

What will the next Scottish Government do for animals?

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Gregor Yule
19 April 2016

It’s almost election time in Scotland, so last week OneKind, working in partnership with Blue Cross, Cats...

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Highland cow

Exotics trade is rough on animals

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15 February 2015

What do you think when you hear the word “pet”? Do you think “dog” or “cat”?...

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puppy farm

Traps in our countryside, a walker’s guide 2013

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11 June 2012

The countryside can be a place of tranquility and is where many of us escape to for some peace, as well as a chance to...

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Goshawk caught in cage

No court proceedings for beating crows to death

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13 February 2012

OneKind field officer witnesses crows killed in a cage, but prosecution is dropped. Take Action! A man is seen and...

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Cage trap on shooting estate

Stand up for Scotland’s animals.

Save animals from snares

An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language.

Martin Buber (philosopher, 1878 -1965)