Animal activists gathered alongside tens of thousands of people on Friday 20th June to take a stand against the decisions of the newly re-elected Conservative government.
The march was organised by The People's Assembly Against Austerity and was originally planned to highlight the frustration caused by the planned government cuts however, the march covered various issues that the protesters feel may occur under this government.
Amongst the animal activists were members and followers of recognised animal liberation groups such as the Hunt Saboteurs, Stop the Cull and Animal Aid.
Lauren Hollas, Animal Aid representative said: "Animals are so defenseless and are often overlooked by society and parliament.
"This march will definitely get parliament talking behind closed doors; this is only the beginning.
"Never be silent or apathetic, for apathy is the enemy of freedom and democracy."
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, and many of his MPs' have made decisions that do not sit well with animal lovers around the country including the proposed repeal of the hunting ban and continuation of the badger culls.
The wildlife bloc met at Monument and marched to Parliament square alongside various blocs including LGBT, Feminist, Jewish, NHS, Education and many more.
Some placards read messages like 'Cull the Tories' and 'Keep the Ban' as well as more humorous messages like 'Let the hunger games begin' next to a picture of David Cameron; even the jokes had serious meanings behind them.
At the finish line, marchers were invited to listen to speeches from various union leaders and passionate celebrities such as Russell Brand and Charlotte Church.