This is Rani. For most of her life, she has likely been doing the same work: taking tourists up the steep slope to Amber Fort, 365 days a year.

You can do your part to stop demand for these cruel rides by pledging to be an elephant friendly traveller: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Like most elephants here, Rani was probably taken from the wild when she was very young. Jaipur elephants are huge and majestic...
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This is Rani For most of her life she has likely been
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Battery cages, sow stalls and body mutilations without pain relief – such as tail docking and ear marking – are still allowed under Australia’s patchwork of animal welfare laws.

Call on the government to establish a national body to review and set animal welfare standards: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Battery cages sow stalls and body mutilations without pain relief such as
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Millions of dogs around the world continue to face cruelty and inhumane death because people fear rabies.

You can help: [ Ow.ly Link ]

We’re calling on governments to develop humane dog population management policies for local communities. From Sierra Leone to Bangladesh, we’ve worked with authorities to administer over one million vaccinations to dogs.

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Millions of dogs around the world continue to face cruelty and inhumane
Most people take part in elephant rides, or visit elephant shows because they love animals. The awful truth behind the treatment of elephants used for rides is hidden from sight.

Be part of the solution by pledging to be an elephant friendly traveller: [ Ow.ly Link ]

You'll be sending a clear message to the travel industry that we won't stand for this cruelty.

#Elephants #NotEntertainers
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Animals in southwest Sri Lanka are at risk of disease and starvation in the wake of devastating floods and landslides: [ Ow.ly Link ]

With your help we are providing life-saving care for thousands of animals, including livestock and pets.
Animals in southwest Sri Lanka are at risk of disease and starvation
For many animals suffering in Mongolia, their biggest challenge may be surviving the next few weeks.

Find out how you can help with a tax deductible gift today: [ Ow.ly Link ]

The caring traditional herders, who know each lamb and kid individually, are desperate to save their animals.

Despite the herders’ best efforts, more animals – including newborn lambs, kids and calves – will die...
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For many animals suffering in Mongolia their biggest challenge may be surviving
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Tourism takes the ‘wild’ out of many wild elephants.

Your generous gift today could educate tourists and tour operators to get cruel elephant rides and shows off their itineraries: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Behind the scenes, these elephants are often chained in barren, isolated conditions where they suffer physically and psychologically. With your help, we can put an end to the exploitation and abuse.
Tourism takes the ‘wild’ out of many wild elephants
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After a harsh winter and spring storms, the devastating Mongolian dzud has already claimed the lives of over a million animals.

You can help those that remain survive. Give a tax deductible life saving gift today: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Great news for pigs in China! We've signed a landmark statement of intent with Da Bei Nong - one of China’s leading agricultural producers - and the International Cooperation Committee of Animal Welfare (ICCAW).

With guidance from our experts, Da Bei Nong will start a trial of higher animal welfare production for pigs this month - giving their sows and pigs more space, comfortable flooring...
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Great news for pigs in China Weve signed a landmark statement of
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Elephant rides and shows are a popular tourist activity, but behind the scenes elephants are suffering.

You can help stop the demand for elephants in tourist entertainment by pledging to be an elephant friendly traveller: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Some venues market themselves as animal sanctuaries but don't let them take you for a ride. See elephants in the wild, where they belong!

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Elephant rides and shows are a popular tourist activity but behind the
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The severe drought affecting Kenya has left trails of suffering for animals and people alike.

Hundreds of animals have died from lack of food and water. You can help us reach animals swiftly when disasters strike: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Thanks to you, we're on the ground distributing emergency feed and minerals to 79,000 starving animals. Meanwhile, the Kenyan government is delivering water.
The severe drought affecting Kenya has left trails of suffering for animals

Starving animals in Kenya face worst drought in decades

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Millions of Australian sheep and cattle suffer extreme stress, illness and injury during live export overseas. Thousands of animals die in transit. And those that survive can be slaughtered while fully conscious. Ask your MP to end this cruel trade once and for all: [ Ow.ly Link ]

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Millions of Australian sheep and cattle suffer extreme stress illness and injury

Rinehart signs deal to export 300,000 live cattle a year to China

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With fewer than 30 vaquitas left on earth, we're working to highlight the threat that illegal abandoned fishing gear poses to these vulnerable animals.


World Animal Protection joined forces with the International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita (CIRVA), and Monterey Bay Diving in May 2017 to locate and remove illegal gillnets from the critical vaquita porpoise habitat in the Gulf...
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Entanglement in ghost fishing nets is one of the most common known causes of turtle deaths in Australia. These lost, dicarded or abandoned nets can be as big as a footy field.

On #WorldOceansDay World Animal Protection is calling on the Australian government and industries to address the 640,000 tonnes of ghost gear entering our oceans by joining the Global Ghost Gear Initiative...
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The scale of the flooding and landslides in Sri Lanka is catastrophic for both people and animals. Our disaster response team and specialist vets are on the ground to providing desperately needed help to thousands of animals.

You can help us reach animals swiftly when disasters strike: [ Ow.ly Link ]
The scale of the flooding and landslides in Sri Lanka is catastrophic
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Hundreds of thousands of whales, seals, turtles and birds are trapped, mutilated and killed by the 640,000 tonnes of fishing gear that is left in our oceans annually. Known as ghost gear, this silent killer is one of the biggest threats facing sea animals.

World Animal Protection founded the GGGI in 2015 to find and put in place solutions to save sea animals from needless suffering and death.
Hundreds of thousands of whales seals turtles and birds are trapped mutilated

Six nations take action to protect sea animals

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All wild or captive-bred elephants undergo cruel training to be used for rides and shows.

You can help stop the suffering of elephants used in tourist entertainment by pledging to be an elephant friendly traveller: [ Ow.ly Link ]

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All wild or captivebred elephants undergo cruel training to be used for rides and shows

10 things travellers probably shouldn't be doing

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[Warning:graphic content] Our new video shows millions of dairy animals are kept in illegal, unregulated local dairies in cruel, barren and unsanitary conditions.

Find out what we are doing to protect dairy cows and buffalo in India: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Warninggraphic content Our new video shows millions of dairy animals are kept

Protecting dairy animals in India

Research found disturbing evidences of cattle foraging in garbage, in the middle of bustling roads, in almost every visited city, indicating the absence of p...

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It’s time for the federal government to stop clucking around! Australian animals suffer under the current patchwork of animal welfare laws.

Sign our petition urging Minister for Agriculture Barnaby Joyce to establish an Australian Commission for Animal Welfare: [ Ow.ly Link ]

With your help, we will continue campaigning to establish national frameworks for animal welfare and improve the...
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Its time for the federal government to stop clucking around Australian animals
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Say hello to Daara! He’s an Asiatic black bear and a new resident of our partner sanctuary in Pakistan. For three years, Daara faced cruelty and was forced to fight and “dance.” He still carries the marks on his muzzle, deep scars, and cuts.

Thanks to our supporters he'll no longer faces daily cruelty.

We will keep you updated as Daara recovers and moves from quarantine to the main...
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Say hello to Daara Hes an Asiatic black bear and a new
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