Three Holcombe Harrier hounds drowned despite the best efforts of hunt saboteurs to save them after the hunt master chose to hunt hares in dangerous conditions.
Hunt saboteurs from across the North West gathered outside the home of an East Lancashire huntsman to lay the dead body of a fox on his doorstep last night.
Cumberland Hunt officials have admitted that an artificial earth found in a wood near the West Cumbrian village of Bothel, was built to provide healthy foxes for hunting.
A hunting friend of Prince Charles has been cautioned by police after making a late-night phone call to a woman anti-bloodsports campaigner.
League Against Cruel Sports monitors filmed the Cheshire Forest Hunt trespassing and hunting on Duttons Hollow Nature Reserve, controlled by the Cheshire Wildlife Trust.
Twenty hounds from the East Kent Foxhounds savaged a five-year-old pet cat in the village of Petham.
Hunters from two Cheshire Foxhound packs are under investigation by British Waterways officials after they were caught riding along canal towpaths, whilst hunting.
Amid allegations about his relationship with a vet’s wife, Jim Barrington’s eye for female quarry has earned him the nickname the Cruel Sport.
Out of control hounds from the Exmoor Foxhounds chased a 13 year-old cat, Blackie.
Four members of a foxhunt who cheated death when their mounts plunged into the Trent and Mersey canal have been slammed by waterway bosses.
The cat was savaged to death by foxhounds near Penzance.
The incident happened at Adber on the Dorset-Somerset border as the Blackmore and Sparkford Vale Foxhunt chased a fox hard.
A young deer was savaged by dogs belonging to the Cumbrian Beagles and later died on Boxing Day.
A sheep grazing on common land had to be destroyed after it was chased by hounds from a south Shropshire hunt.
Twenty-four hounds belonging to the Flint and Denbigh Huntwere shot by their masters after worrying sheep and killing one of them.
Villages in Combermere, near Northwich, Cheshire were horrified when the Cheshire Forest Hunt invaded their privacy and disembowelled an exhausted fox.
Hounds from the York and Ainsty South Hunt attacked three dogs being walked by their owner in Yorkshire countryside.
Mr Claxton said that the his dog was attacked on a footpath and the at the hounds were ‘three deep on top each other’ when attacking his dog.
Richard Chapman, Master of the Cheshire Forest Hunt, turned 50 hounds on the police when they came to question him.
Chester Magistrates have fined three members and supporters of the Cheshire Foxhounds Hunt after trespassing on property belonging to British Rail.