Animals can communicate very well. Everyone who lives around animals knows this. They let you know when they are hungry, want to go outside or are experiencing pain.
Their behaviour, the sound they make or eye contact they seek is a form of communication. The fact that animals do not have a language understandable to us does not mean that they do not have language.
Animals communicate with smell, tail, ears, wings, body posture, eyes and with sound. Among themselves, they usually understand each other just fine. We humans need to learn to speak their language. The union aims to improve communication between employers and their working animals. Showing good examples, following scientific research and carrying out constituency consultations are ways in which we achieve this.