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As part of the government’s animal welfare reforms, they have introduced tougher laws on those who abuse animals, raising the maximum prison sentence from six months to five years. Laws regarding puppy farming have also been in the news for many years, with the campaign known as Lucy’s Law, named after a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who was victim to the cruel practice of puppy farming.

Lucy suffered horrific health problems as a result of being used for breeding, with fused hips, a curved spine, bald patches and epilepsy. She was five years old when the breeder decided she was no longer useful, but found love with Lisa Garner, who rehomed her and started the campaign to change the law surrounding breeders. Puppy farming, backstreet breeding and the selling of puppies and kittens in pet shops will no longer be tolerated under the new laws, and breeders must be registered.

Whilst adopting animals is always the more ethical choice, anyone who wishes to purchase a puppy or kitten will not be contributing to a practice that sees animals left to die in squalid conditions. Those wishing to look after a companion animal will have to deal directly with the breeder, or turn to one of the country’s many animal charities.

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Over the past few years we’ve really seen veganism grow — there are more and more options for us to eat in our restaurants and shops, and vegan foods are rightly taking their share of the supermarket aisles. With the huge rise of meat-replacement products it’s never been easier to create exciting and tasty meals. With celebrity chefs like Gaz Oakley and restaurateur Loui Blake bringing veganism to new audiences with their innovative food, eating vegan is becoming a real choice for both vegans and non-vegans. It’s not only our eating habits and choices that are changing and expanding — our options when it comes to clothes and accessories are only getting broader. In this month’s fashion special Fat Gay Vegan looks at how far we’ve come, Jackie Lutz offers advice on building a cruelty-free closet, and we make shopping for your autumn wardrobe easier than ever with our pick of the best vegan products. Despite these positive changes, there’s still a lot to fight for. Melanie James investigates the cruelty behind cosmetic animal testing and we meet vegan photographer Amanda Clark who is telling the stories of beautiful farm animals, who are often cruelly overlooked. We’re really excited to share our inspiring Eco Living supplement with you this month, too. It's packed with ideas and information on some of the most pressing problems facing our planet. From how to live waste-free to the truth about fracking, we hope you’ll feel inspired to make some positive changes. See you next month

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