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Tigers are in trouble in Kerinci Seblat National Park, Indonesia. After being trapped in a poacher’s snare, they are cruelly slaughtered for their skins, claws and bones.

Rangers work around the clock to protect these beautiful big cats, but their hard work needs to be supported by jail time and fines that will make poachers think twice before wanting to set another snare.

Tiger poaching patterns in Indonesian National Park

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In some parts of the world, barren stainless steel cages, often stacked on top of each other, make it impossible for these intelligent animals to perform natural behaviours like exploring, dust bathing and perching. Overcrowding, lack of natural light and fast growth rates cause stress, lameness, and disease.

Cages are not currently used for meat chickens in New Zealand. However, many...
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Across the world animals are being taken from the wild and bred in captivity to be used in the tourist entertainment industry. They will suffer at every stage of this inherently cruel business.

Vote with your feet. Pledge not visit attractions that use wild animals for entertainment on your next holiday: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Preparing a disaster plan for your pet saves valuable time and prevents you making rash decisions when disaster strikes.

Our FREE Disaster Packs include a complete checklist of emergency survival items and important information to prepare a disaster plan for your pet.

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Elephants belong in the wild. But there is a concerning increase of elephant rides and shows in parts of southern Africa and popular holiday destinations like India, Thailand and Bali.

You can help by pledging to not visit attractions that use wild animals for entertainment: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Tips to spot an elephant-friendly venue

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We are delighted to announce that First Travel Group is the first New Zealand owned & operated travel group to pledge to protect wild animals used for tourist entertainment.

FTG, which includes YOU Travel, will no longer promote and/or sell tickets to elephant rides and shows; as well as tickets to tiger tourism venues.

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Natural disasters can occur at any time, and without a plan you could make panicked decisions that threaten the safety of your pet, yourself and your family.

Do you have a plan to protect your pet when disaster strikes? Download your FREE disaster pet pack today: [ Ow.ly Link ]
In order to make elephants submit to rides and other human interactions, they are forced through a horrific training process known as ‘the crush’. It involves physical restraints, inflicting severe pain and withholding food and water.

We know most tourists simply don’t know the cruelty inflicted on elephants. Some venues will also market themselves as sanctuaries but don’t let them take you...
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Captive tigers are victims of irresponsible tourism – one quick holiday snap can mean a lifetime of suffering for tigers.

You can part of the solution by staying away from tiger tourism venues that allow direct interaction, such as selfies or tiger cub feeding. Pledge to be animal Friendly traveller: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Celebrating our work protecting marine animals from lost and abandoned fishing gear this #WorldFisheriesDay

Oceans are home to an abundance of life. Sadly, an estimated 640,000 tonnes of lost and discarded fishing gear, enters our oceans each year, trapping, injuring and killing millions of animals.

With our Global Ghost Gear Initiative partners and members of the fishing industry, we’re...
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Typhoon Haima struck the Philippines in October of this year causing damage and displacement for many. Much of the affected area is rural, impacting farm animals.

With your support, we sent a team to assess the damage and provide emergency vet care to animals in need.

You can also help us protect animals when disaster strikes: [ Ow.ly Link ]
The 7.5 magnitude earthquake, centred near Hanmer Springs, has affected people, pets and farmers up and down New Zealand.

On-going strong and severe aftershocks are occurring and may continue for months.

Please protect all family members, including family pets, from further danger.

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And please help your neighbours to do the same.

Protect your pet

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Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew, we're providing care and medical treatment animals in some of Haiti’s hardest hit communities.

In Kenscoff alone our team of local vets, we provided veterinary care to more than 3,400 animals including cows, goats, horses, and chickens. With your support we were able to assist them all just before the rain poured down.

You can please...
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Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew, we're providing care and medical treatment animals in some of Haiti’s hardest hit communities.

In Kenscoff alone our team of local vets, we provided veterinary care to more than 3,400 animals including cows, goats, horses, and chickens. With your support we were able to assist them all just before the rain poured down.

You can please...
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The Japanese government has announced plans to increase the number of whales it kills in Northwest Pacific - from 217 whales to 314 whales a year. Japan’s continued hunting of whales for ‘research purposes’ is a thinly veiled excuse – any scientific research needed can be done without bloodshed.

Just last month, the governments of New Zealand and Australia put forward a proposal at the...
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Japan plans to hike Northwest Pacific research whaling haul to 314 | The Japan Times

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Wild animals are captured, taken from their natural habitats or bred in captivity, suffering a lifetime of cruelty and abuse. Some are beaten into submission, deprived of food and water or trapped in concrete cages - all for the tourist dollar.

Education is vital to stopping tourist demand for cruel wildlife attractions. When tourists know about the animals suffering involved, they don’t want...
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Travel regrets: The things I wouldn’t do again

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Humans are not unique in experiencing emotions. Animals experience joy, pain, excitement and even sadness.

You can help us move the world to protect animals: [ Ow.ly Link ]
This holiday season give a gift that moves the world to protect animals!

Choose one of our World Animal Gifts to bring joy to family and friends and transform the lives of farm animals.

Don't leave it until the last minute, check out our full gift guide today: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Across the world animals are being taken from the wild and bred in captivity to be used in the tourist entertainment industry. They will suffer at every stage of this inherently cruel business.

This holiday season don’t get taken for a ride. Pledge to stop the cruelty and abuse suffered by elephants used for entertainment: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Breaking Africa's Elephants

The demand for wildlife entertainment attractions is growing globally. Venues holding elephants,lions, tigers, dolphins and many more species in cruel and ba...

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Launching in 2017 - Wild Animal Encounters in India, Thailand, Romania, and Kenya!

We've joined forces with World Expeditions to launch responsible wildlife adventures.

Many tourists are unaware of the cruelty that happens behind the scenes in the tourist entertainment industry.

World Expeditions will donate a percentage of each trip to World Animal Protection to support our work to move...
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