Animal Welfare

Animal Welfare

Protect our animals from  disrespect , abuse & neglect. Be the voice

 

WORLD SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANIMALS

WHAT: Ensuring that animals are treated with respect.
IN DETAIL: The World Society for the Protection of Animals is involved in activities that promote the compassionate treatment of animals and good animal welfare. Whales, bears, and orangutans are some of the species at the heart of WSPA’s work.
WHERE: All over the world. WSPA holds local chapters in many countries worldwide.

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Screenshot of WSPA

PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS

WHAT: The largest animal rights organization in the world.
IN DETAIL: PETA is an internationally renowned organization and a devout activist for animal rights. Using at times controversial tactics to spread its word, PETA is engaged with public education, research, legislation and animal rescue.
WHERE: Worldwide

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Screenshot of PETA

ANIMAL WELFARE INSTITUTE

WHAT: Promoting animals’ prosperity and wellbeing.
IN DETAIL: Founded in 1961, the veteran organization does everything in its power to minimize – if not altogether eliminate – the impact of human actions detrimental to endangered species.
WHERE: Worldwide. AWI is especially engaged with promoting American legislation.

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Screenshot of Animal Welfare Institute

INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR ANIMAL WELFARE

WHAT: Saving animals and habitats.
IN DETAIL: Saving seals, defending whales, protecting elephants and saving tigers are just some of the projects IFAW is dedicated to. Overseeing 40-some projects, the organization provides hands-on assistance to animals and generates campaigns for the awareness of animals in danger of extinction.
WHERE: Worldwide

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Screenshot of IFAW

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