Animal Liberation Front (ALF) liberats animals out of Moscow Zoo

ALF active in Russia!

2 peacocks, 2 pheasants, 5 chickens and 4 pigeons were taken by Animal Liberation Front from the private zoo in the center of Moscow. On the night of 18 January activists cut out the grating and invaded the open-air cage.


All the birds, including peacocks, were held in unsanitary conditions, suffering from hunger and freeze. Despite the continuous complaints of the neighboring houses tenants to the prefecture and other governing bodies, local authorities were inactive and refused to solve the problem. At the moment animals are kept in a safe and comfortable place, get proper treatment and love of new caretakers.


'By this action ALF declares its resurrection in Russia. In the atmosphere of lawlessness, corruption, overwhelming indifference and anthropocentrism, direct action becomes perhaps the only one viable form of struggle against animal oppression. We will be liberating animals and causing economical damage to their exploiters by all means available. Until the last cage is empty'.


Animal Liberation Front didn’t hold any activity in Russia since 2007.


Russian TV about the private zoo: (watch starting from 4.20)"