THIS is the power of your donations.

Thank you to our kind and dedicated supporters, you make our life-saving work possible - we truly could not do this without you.

Please share this video to help spread the word about our tireless work rescuing animals from suffering around the world!

Learn more: [ Internationalanimalrescue.org Link ]
Mimi Lopez
Sharmin Haque
Linda Machus Alquist
You may remember the rescue of an 18 month old baby orangutan that was being kept chained up on a kitchen shelf.

Photos of Bonika chained up and alone broke our hearts and we were determined to do all we could to help her recover from her past.

Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who donated towards her rescue and care. We are delighted to report the good news that she is now thriving in our...
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You may remember the rescue of an 18 month old baby orangutan
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Jacqui Gibson
The second blog in the series from our vet Christine Nelson, who is currently out in Costa Rica at the howler monkey sanctuary, is now live: [ Internationalanimalrescue.org Link ]
The second blog in the series from our vet Christine Nelson who
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Sarah Sweet
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We are horrified by the recent rescue carried out by our team in Borneo. This shocking case of cruelty and neglect clearly demonstrates why we fight for this species to be left alone in the wild.

Our team received reports of 17 lorises being kept at a tourist resort as an attraction for guests.

Upon arrival at the location, only seven lorises were found alive, and three were found dead. The...
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Gloria Stacholy
Sasha Harrison
If you are passionate about our work rescuing animals from suffering, this is your chance to join us!

We are currently recruiting for a Fundraising and Marketing Assistant to join our team in Uckfield, East Sussex.

To learn more about the role, and apply, please visit:
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Steph Powell
The bravery and spirit of our trustee Lisa continues to inspire us.

If you are a supporter of our work, take a moment to read Lisa’s story, which is being covered in The i Paper today.

If you feel inspired to make a donation, please consider helping Lisa to reach her goal of raising £50,000 to support our life-saving work: [ Justgiving.com Link ]
The bravery and spirit of our trustee Lisa continues to inspire us

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John Robson
Sha Sams
Irina Thilly
Thank you to everyone who kindly donated to help care for little bear cub Mowgli when he was first rescued. We are so pleased to share these photos of him making great progress!

Mowgli loves exploring the great outdoors, with all the exciting smells and sounds. He is not yet strong enough to climb high in the trees, but that doesn’t stop this little cub from climbing as high as he dares!

He...
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Thank you to everyone who kindly donated to help care for little
Dorothy Giblin
Marinieves Ospino
Diana Horvath
We'll be posting an update on little Mowgli bear later today!

Thanks to The Dodo for helping to share his story :)
Jennifer Eadie
Thomas Faugsted
Chris Keen
We applaud naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham for joining us in the stand against illegal hunting in Malta.

During the first days of the spring hunting and trapping season, the law was broken repeatedly almost every day and the year is already looking set to be one of the worst in terms of illegal activity on the island.

To read more about this issue, please visit: [...
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We applaud naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham for joining us in the
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Evelyne Galea-Strausak
Maggie Flounders
PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO FAR AND WIDE – Together, we can make a difference.

Add your voice to the fight to save this species:

A video of a ‘pet’ slow loris eating a rice ball is currently being shared on Facebook. Help us expose the dark truth behind these viral videos and the slow loris pet trade.

Watch, share and sign the pledge:
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Zella Taylor
Nicole O'Brien
You may remember that our team recently rescued a female orangutan named Amy, who was being kept chained up in a tiny cage. If you have not read her rescue story, please visit:

We are pleased to let you know that, after two thorough medical checks, Amy has been signed off by the vets as free from any contagious diseases and is ready to progress to the next stage of her rehabilitation.

Amy...
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You may remember that our team recently rescued a female orangutan named
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Rescued baby monkeys Ashley and Claudia are both doing well and continue to find comfort in their close friendship.

Thank you to everyone who donated towards Ashley’s care when she was first rescued, you can read her full story on our website: [ Internationalanimalrescue.org Link ]

Thank you to our partners at Refuge for Wildlife for these beautiful photos.
Rescued baby monkeys Ashley and Claudia are both doing well and continue
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Matilde Ravizza
Cindy Doty Dallaire
We are so proud of our amazing supporters, Jack and Paige! On Sunday, they ran the Brighton Marathon and raised over £2000. A thousand thank yous to you both!

Jack ran with his girlfriend Lauren, who was running to support our partners Wildlife S.O.S! Together we can achieve so much more :)

If you're feeling inspired, find out how to join our team of fundraising stars on our website: [...
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We are so proud of our amazing supporters Jack and Paige On
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Sarah Wiech
Today is National Pet Day … this video shows the reality behind the slow loris pet trade – terrified lorises suffering in cramped, dirty cages.

Our team is currently caring for these fourteen lorises that were rescued on Sunday. They were destined to be sold as pets but Police and Forestry Officials got there just in time. We are relieved to say that these lorises still have their teeth...
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EMERGENCY SLOW LORIS RESCUE (09.04.2017)

Yesterday, our team rescued fourteen traumatised slow lorises that were found stuffed into cramped, dirty cages.

They were confiscated from traffickers by Police and Forestry officials and immediately rushed to our centre for life-saving treatment. Our vets are now working flat out to ensure each of these lorises receives the care they need to...
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EMERGENCY SLOW LORIS RESCUE 09042017 Yesterday our team rescued fourteen traumatised slow
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GOOD LUCK TODAY!

Wishing all the best to our wonderful Brighton marathon runners Jack and Paige!
GOOD LUCK TODAY Wishing all the best to our wonderful Brighton marathon
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Rowena Dexter
Joey du Toit
DID YOU KNOW ... Rescued Slow Loris Maurice is available for online adoption!

Maurice was rescued by our team in 2013. He was part of a huge seizure of more than 200 slow lorises that had been confiscated from illegal wildlife traders.

Maurice is one of the biggest personalities at the rescue centre!

You can support our work rescuing and rehabilitating slow lorises through a virtual...
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DID YOU KNOW Rescued Slow Loris Maurice is available for online adoption
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Kelly Clark
Chris Henwood
A powerful and heartbreaking video, shedding light on the exotic pet trade.
You may recognise clips of rescued orangutans Budi, Joss and Amy ...
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Julie Holgate
Flora OGutierrez
INTRODUCING JACK AND PAIGE!

These two fundraising heroes will be running the Brighton marathon this Sunday! Please send them huge amounts of encouragement and kindness to help them over that finishing line - together they have raised almost £2000 to support our work!

Here they are modelling our brand new running vests - we think they look great!

If you want to send a small donation to show...
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INTRODUCING JACK AND PAIGE These two fundraising heroes will be running the
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Samantha Dodd
Phily Kennington
** TRANSFORMATION TUESDAY **

You may remember the rescue of a deeply traumatised orangutan named Joss. Upon arrival at our centre, Joss was displaying distressing stereotypical behaviours. She would not stop hugging herself and would repeatedly bang her head against the wall. It was heart breaking to see her suffering from such severe psychological trauma.

However, as you can see from the...
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TRANSFORMATION TUESDAY You may remember the rescue of a deeply traumatised
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