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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Established in 2010, the animal recovery mission (arm) has become recognized as a vanguard nonprofit investigative organization dedicated to eliminating extreme animal cruelty operations worldwide. Our mission is to continue being an uncompromising protective force for the welfare of all animals. Arm works tirelessly to educate the public and uses innovative tactics to investigate, document and expose animal cruelty.

Programs: Arm is an investigative animal welfare organization. In 2014, arm had made significant accomplishments including but not limited to the following: noche buena farm - following arm's independent investigations with joint effort from arm, law enforcement, the florida state attorney's office & the media, inhumane and illegal activities held at this farm were exposed and the operatives of this farm were arrested and are awaiting prosecution and trial. The farm was successfully shut down and all of its structures were demolished. The owner of these facilities was sentenced to 18 months in state prison. During 2014, arm has investigated 98 horse slaughter cases that relates to the black market horsemeat trade or underground illegal animal trading. Included in these cases were two of the worst cases that are coming to a close in 2015. In novemeber, arm's founder and senior to document the world's largest animal sacrifice "gadhamai" in it's efforts to put an end to the inhumane animal sacrifice itself and to educate and raise awareness to the world of it's degree of cruelty. Arm has collaborated with mexico's leading animal advocacy organization, a. P. A. S. D. E. M. To expose the world's most inhumane animal auctions and the underground horse meat trade of san bernabe mercado (mexico), as well as trading animals for sacrifical ceremonies and bull fighting.

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