What gives us the right to treat animals so badly?

Animals around the world are desperate. It’s time to end their suffering.

Elephants are being stolen from their mothers and forced to entertain tourists.

Chickens and pigs are suffering under intense, confined conditions to become fast food.

Dogs are being needlessly culled in their millions because of our fear of rabies.

Does the life of an animal mean nothing at all?

Caged mother pig on a factory farm looking through the bars - World Animal Protection - Wildlife. Not entertainers
Together, we can end animal cruelty

Animals cannot tell their stories of suffering.

You can end this by calling out cruelty, and influencing governments and businesses to change their practices.

Together, we must be their voice. Together, we can give all animals a life worth living.

We are World Animal Protection. We exist to end animal cruelty. But we can’t do it alone.

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Approximately 28 day old broiler (meat) chickens in a commercial indoor system
Dolphin being used for photo opportunities at Resort World Sentosa, Singapore - World Animal Protection - Dolphins in captivity
Tourists take rides on elephants in Thailand

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Dog being evacuated from a home in the Amazon rainforest close to a fire - World Animal Protection - Animals in disasters