World Animal Protection and BRC estimate that around 40-45 bears remain in captivity for use in the brutal blood sport of bear baiting. In March 2014, one more of these long-suffering animals was surrendered to our partners in Pakistan, the Bioresource Research Centre (BRC).
Dr. Juan Carlos Murillo deploys at a moment’s notice from his hub in Central America to travel to war zones, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis and tornadoes, providing veterinary care to thousands of animals affected by disasters.
Update: The Global Oceans Action Summit was a great success! Our Sea Change campaign was well received. The Chair’s ‘summary report’ called for high-level action on plastic pollution, in particular ghost fishing gear. This will provide a firm foundation for our campaign.
Your ongoing generosity has helped us support the wonderful work of Pegasus since 2008. The Pegasus Society is dedicated to rehabilitating badly treated donkeys and horses in Israel. Here are some of the recent heart-warming stories from their devoted team.
We are pleased to announce that we have signed a worldwide partnership with one of the world’s biggest food brands, Nestlé. This gives us a fantastic opportunity to improve the lives of millions of farm animals around the world.
Check out these fascinating and little-known facts about our beautiful Romanian bear sanctuary, run by our partner Asociatia Milioane de Prieteni (AMP), from World Animal Protection’s wildlife expert Victor Watkins...
We are opposed to the culling of dogs ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics. We believe that it is necessary to address the source of dog population, rather than use culling as a means of population control.