The news that Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will close is a major victory for the wild animals who've suffered abuse in the name of entertainment. The techniques used to train wild animals to be submissive enough to ‘perform’ are cruel and unacceptable.

You can be part of the solution by pledging to avoid entertainment that includes cruelty to animals: [ Link ]

Animal activists finally have something to applaud at Ringling Bros. circus: Its closure
Today marks seven years since a devastating earthquake hit Haiti. With your help we were able to swiftly reach animals in need and provide care.

You can help us continue to help animals in need when disasters strike: [ Link ]

Revisiting Haiti seven years after the earthquake
Animals can’t make New Year’s resolutions to transform their own lives. So here are five great ways you can help make a difference for animals in 2017!

It's not too late to make a resolution for animals
Increasingly, reptiles are becoming popular pets, with many people keeping snakes, lizards and turtles in their homes. Every day, thousands of animals, including reptiles, are taken from the wild and bred in captivity to supply the exotic pet trade.

Reptiles have complex species-specific needs. This includes specific dietary requirements, and the need for certain levels of heat and light to...
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Can well-meaning owners meet the complex needs of reptiles as pets?
Tilikum's life highlighted to the world that wild animals belong in the wild, not in captivity for our entertainment. We urge SeaWorld to make public the exact details of his illness.

Killer whale at center of 'Blackfish' dies
Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Otto, we given an emergency grant to a wildlife sanctuary in Costa Rica. Centro Rescate Las Pumas rehabilitates big cats, monkeys, birds and other animals, many of which were illegally kept as pets.

The sanctuary relies on tourist donations to keep caring for the animals and after the hurricane many of the tourists have stopped visiting. With...
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On behalf of the animals, thank you!
On behalf of the animals, thank you. We couldn't move the world for animals without each and every one of you. Here is to a bigger and better 2017 for animals!
A time for family and friends including those with fur, feathers and four legs!
On behalf of the chickens, thank you!
On the 10th day of Christmas you could give to me, feed for animals in an emergency!

Giving a World Animal Gift could help us reach animals swiftly when disaster strikes: [ Link ]
On the ninth day of Christmas don't buy me bling, instead stop cows suffering!

Give the animal lover in your life a gift that helps the world see how important animals are to all of us: [ Link ]
Together, we've helped protect wild animals!
On the eighth day of Christmas you could give to me, 10 happy chickens roaming free!

Give a gift that helps us advocate to change the lives of animals for the better: [ Link ]
This little dog lives in the Philippines, in one of regions affected by TyphoonHaima in October of this year. With your support we were able to provide care to 76,500 animals in need. Thank you!
On the sixth day of Christmas you could give to me, dogs kept safe from cruelty!

Give a gift that moves the world to protect animals this holiday season: [ Link ]
On the seventh day of Christmas you could give to me, training to help pigs be farmed humanely!

Purchase a World Animal Gift and help inspire people to change animals’ lives for the better: [ Link ]