Anti-hunt protesters back Rugby girl Isabelle in her fight to stop cruelty

Anti-hunt campaigners.
Anti-hunt campaigners.

A schoolgirl from Rugby has growing support for her anti-fox hunting campaign.

Isabelle Moors, ten, recently visited Westminster to discuss her reasons for wanting Rugby MP Mark Pawsey to change his stance on hunting with dogs.

She has gained international support from The International Fund for Animal Welfare and now backing from other animal rights campaigners in the Midlands.

Jack Riggall, a spokesman for a spokesperson for Leicester Animal Rights, was among a group of wildlife campaigners at a recent protest against the Atherstone Hunt.

He said: “Following our demonstration highlighting the actions of the Atherstone Hunt and the need for companies to have policies that protect wildlife, it’s been fantastic to hear of young campaigners like ten year old Isabelle Moors speaking out against wildlife issues.

“Society would be vastly improved by more children with her principles - go Isabelle!”

The group is calling for the Atherstone event, which is taking place on November 21, to be stopped as an ethical response to hunting.

Isabelle is thrilled to be gaining more support. She recently met animal campaigners from IFAW and her ambition is work in animal welfare when she’s older.