Sien Nen, which means ‘Diamond Palace’ in Burmese, was suffering from an irritating skin disease caused by parasites. Luckily, our vets in Myanmar came to the rescue, giving her the treatment she needed
Last weekend, one of the SPANA team, Chris, wore our very realistic (and heavy!) donkey costume around Stevenage to celebrate two World Tea Parties that were held and raise awareness of our work. Thanks so much to everyone who attended a party and stopped to chat and donate!
With 200 million working animals around the world, we believe in working where they work. That’s why we have an outreach programme and work with trusted partner charities and community organisations to reach even more vulnerable working animals from Mongolia to Nicaragua.
When Jacob noticed that his donkey Drissa wasn’t his usual, lively self, he took him to get checked out at our centre in Bamako, Mali. Our team saw that he was suffering from colic and got to work right away to help him
Could you get your running shoes on for working animals? We've only got a couple of spaces left in the Royal Parks Half Marathon - a stunning route that takes in London's world-famous landmarks.
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have some wonderful news to share - thanks to your kind generosity, we have been able to buy a new mobile clinic to treat more elephants in Myanmar! A huge THANK YOU to everyone who donated and made this possible