End wildlife exploitation. Forever.

Pandemics and epidemics like Covid-19, Mpox, Ebola and SARS, demonstrate that the wild animal trade is not only an animal welfare catastrophe, it is a global health risk. Stopping future disease outbreaks means rethinking our relationship with wild animals. Exploiting and commodifying animals is not just unethical, it is unsafe. It’s time to change our troubled relationship with wild animals and stop using them as commodities for entertainment, Traditional Asian Medicine, or as pets. It’s critical that governments, corporations and people end the exploitation of wild animals now.

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World Animal Protection is working to stop the cruel exploitation of wildlife, solve the root causes of animal suffering and move governments, corporations and people to end animal cruelty.

Will you consider donating today to stop animal exploitation and change animals' lives for the better?

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Your   donation can encourage governments and industry globally to help end the trade of wild animal products for Traditional Asian Medicine.  

Your   donation can help to push Senators and MPs to swiftly pass the Jane Goodall Bill into law.

Your   donation can help stop the exploitation of wild animals for entertainment, for use in Traditional Asian Medicine or as pets.

Your   donation can help push governments to adopt comprehensive laws and regulations to end the commercial wildlife trade.

Your   donation can move the Canadian government to commit to end the commercial wildlife trade.

Your gift can go where the need is greatest addressing the root causes of animal suffering.

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Thank you for changing animals lives for the better!

For more than 50 years, World Animal Protection has helped animals. From liberating wildlife from cruel exploitation to moving corporations to adopt better animal welfare in their supply chains to providing funding to sanctuaries to feed and care for rescued animals.