Eyes on Animals and WACPAW (West Africa Center for the Protection of Animals Welfare) successfully finished a project to put an end to the horrible suffering cattle were facing at Tamale abattoir in Ghana due to their slippery floor full of open drains and potholes. After a few unsuccessful attempts to cover the open drains, where cattle were breaking their legs and being dragged out cruelly, we finally decided to have the entire floor redone correctly. No more pot-holes, no more large open drains, and no more slippery coating. Now it is solid and anti-slip. The animals continue to face very troublesome conditions inside this plant, as they are tied up and dragged and have their throats cut while fully conscious, often with knives that are too blunt or too short….but at least we hope that none of the animals will have to endure being dragged after collapsing in a pot-hole or breaking their legs when falling in the deep drains before slaughter.