The Jill Phipps antispecist ethical association arises from the will of some individualities, creating a shelter for animals, usually defined by "income" ... Individuals who for society do not represent a mere lucrative source, a bar code. Precisely for them, we are creating a space in which they can simply live their lives out of the logic of profit. All our work bases its foundations on the principles of anti-speciesism, trying to boycott any form of human abuse of animals from "simple" daily food ... We also believe that a return to nature, as well as making us rediscover the thousand potentials dormant in the urban context, it can transform the theoretical vision, often too ostentatious, without concrete actions, by some, actually real! We believe that in addition to cultural change it is necessary to create new realities to save reified and exploited individuals forever. The shelter bears the name of "Jill Phipps" an animal activist who was hit and killed on February 1, 1995, by a truck carrying calves during a protest at the Conventry airport, against the export of animals at the slaughterhouse. His example helped to shape our activist background and continues, even today, to be an inexhaustible source of inspiration.