Day: April 2, 2019

China: The ‘Animal Torture Village’ – Please Sign the Petition.



Petition Link:

Botschaft der VR China, Berlin: Stoppt die Tierfolterei von Wildtieren in Suzhou/China! (English version below)

RTL journalist reports from Suzhou
On 30th March 2015 at 18:45h RTL broadcasted a report about an “animal torture village” in China. They became a very sad celebrity and China announced that village as “cultural heritage”
Surely you remember the pictures which were shown:
Pictures of totally scared monkeys, who had to learn how to ride a bike while being chained to it and during that action were beaten with a stick!

Read a lot more via the above petition link – in both German and English.

Please sign and give your support.


The following video is not directly associated with this petition, but it does show animal suffering at this very same ‘animal torture village’ – WAV:

Officials said the sperm whale weighed around 14 tons and an autopsy revealed she was pregnant but the baby was not being fed properly due to the plastic.

Officials said the sperm whale weighed around 14 tons and an autopsy revealed she was pregnant but the baby was not being fed properly due to the plastic.

”It couldn’t swallow anything else because it stomach was blocked with plastic. Twenty two kilos of plastic is such a large amount and obviously it is sacculated over time but what is important to stress here is that these animals feed at depth and so it would have been eaten near the bottom of the sea.

”That means that down there, there must be an awful lot of rubbish which we have no real idea about.

This is obviously all waste materials from passing ships and they have no idea of the damage they are causing. It is a very sad and worrying situation.”


Man – the destroyer of everything – Regards Mark.

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England: Northern Vegan Festival – and Dolma Perfumes; the Best Smelling Without Any Cruelty.



WAV Comment – should be a great meeting on the 6th – take it from us, Dolma perfumes are pretty amazing; wonderful smelling perfumes and aftershaves – if they can do it by being cruelty free and still smell amazing, then why cant the rest ? – click on the following link for their website / range – better still, buy some ! – Mark.

To all our valued customers,

We are excited to share with you our participation in the Manchester Northern Vegan Festival 6th April as our first time ever real-world event! As you know, Dolma is an online business and this will be our first time to venture into real time. If you are planning to go or want to know more – see link below for more information. Please come and see us, it would be a wonderful opportunity to meet our customers and make some new ones!

Northern Vegan Festival – UK Vegan Events

Look forward to seeing you there.

The Dolma Team

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Customers who don’t want their money to fund animal cruelty are able to buy from Dolma with a clear conscience.

Standing up for standards

Our fragrances are cruelty free.

What does this mean?

They come with a globally recognised guarantee showing that Dolma Perfumes has completed an independent audit (the most stringent in the business) proving a genuine commitment to end animal testing for their products.

They are approved by the Vegan Society, Cruelty Free International, Animal Aid, Dr Hadwen Trust, and Naturewatch for meeting their cruelty-free standards.

We are listed on the Vegan Village list of vegan run companies in the UK.

All Dolma Vegan Perfumes are approved under the The Humane Cosmetics Standard.


Trusted Nature Ltd

We are an independent British company.

There is no parent company and we have no association with any organisation that conducts animal testing or uses animal derived ingredients.

Many people are unaware animals are suffering for them to smell good.

Well-known within the vegan and vegetarian community, Dolma is a favourite of caring customers who want to smell nice while knowing animals don’t suffer in the process.

Dolma is committed to using recyclable materials wherever possible to reduce waste and pollution.

As an ethical business, we are continuously reviewing suppliers, products and packaging to make sure we run our company in the most eco-friendly way possible. We avoid using excess packaging in our deliveries to make sure we cause the least possible damage to the environment.


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We need “direct action everywhere”!



Watch what happens when a bunch of activists go on a dairy farm tour…

The university of Florida held an event called “family day at the dairy farm” where they gave us a tour of the farm and explained all the terrors that happen there.

We watched as they taught kids how to artifically inseminate a cow, and as they showed off a baby that was removed from his mothers body at the slaughterhouse. We listened to them brag about the fistulated cow, and how their cows are “better for the environment”, we gave love to the orphaned cows who wanted to suckle so badly, and we said we’re sorry to the hundreds of mothers who already lost their babies, and to the mothers currently pregnant, who will soon lose their babies too.

After bearing witness and documenting the animals, we caused a disruption. No animals deserve to go through their life in such a terrible place, being looked at as nothing more than a number, a product with an expiration date.

All animals deserve happiness and freedom.

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We organzied this event under Orlando Animal Save and Direct Action Everywhere – Orlando

A big  ” Thank You” to the activists!

Best regards, Venus