Captive tigers are at risk

As the world goes into lockdown over COVID-19 and the tourism industry dries up, it’s wild animals like the tiger cubs, that should never have been in captivity in the first place, that suffer most. They may be left abandoned, neglected and starving. You can help them with your gift today.

Our vision is a world where animals live free from cruelty and suffering. Together we can move the world to protect animals.
A wild pangolin stands on the dry ground. Its scales are shining in the sunlight.
There is no better time for governments, corporates and people to unite to curb the use of wild animals for entertainment, food, medicine or to be kept as exotic pets.
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