Hundreds of thousands of animals including cows, buffalo, goats, pigs, chickens, dogs and cats are fighting for their lives in Nepal, and the north-eastern state of Assam in India, after devastating floods struck last month
World Animal Protection has been engaging with the central government, various state governments and companies to ensure better welfare practices are being implemented across the dairy sector in India. The engagement has started showing results.
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
Emergency vet kits and assistance are being distributed in Sri Lanka to relieve animal suffering and protect the livelihoods of thousands of people that desperately need healthy animals to survive and rebuild their lives.
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