News: Animals in disasters
05 November 2018
On World Tsunami Awareness Day, World Animal Protection is calling on the central government and governments in coastal states and union territories in India to take meaningful steps to reduce the devastating impacts tsunamis have on vulnerable communities and their animals.
13 October 2018
Today, to mark International Day for Disaster Reduction, World Animal Protection is urging the central government and all the state governments to ensure that efforts to reduce disaster risk include animal protection are in place.
20 September 2018
20000 animals will receive life-saving feed, parallel to efforts to ensure this never happens again.
02 August 2018
We rush to rescue 16,000 dogs, cows, horses, cats and more, who’ve been left weak and injured by the disaster in the Limón region
24 January 2018
People have been provided continued humanitarian support, but animals still require veterinary care
13 June 2017
Thousands of farm animals and pets are being cared for by our disaster response team after floods and landslides hit Sri Lanka. Zebu and Elulu are just two of the animals we helped get back on their feet
26 May 2017
Protecting animals in disasters is critical to reduce suffering, and safeguard food security and livelihoods. We’re at a United Nations event in Mexico this week, calling on governments to include animals in disaster policies
06 January 2017
The New Year is a time to make changes, but resolutions can be very difficult to stick to. Whether or not you've kept to your commitments so far, it's never too late to help move the world for animals
05 January 2017
Over the year we protected wildlife, farm animals, pets, and more, thanks to our amazing supporters.
12 December 2016
Swift action during disasters to save animals not only prevents their suffering, but also helps save the lives and livelihoods of the people who depend on them.