The six sad bears that you helped bring home have come along in leaps and bounds. James, Alice and Bân have all taken their first steps out onto the cool grass of their exciting new enclosure. Florence and Clara have moved from quarantine to their cosy den and are getting ready to go outside. And our most recent rescue, our very calm Cotton Blossom, is fast approaching the end of her 45-day quarantine period with all of the above to look forward to. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for helping to heal these six broken bears.
Full story – https://www.animalsasia.org/uk/media/news/news-archive/six-bears-long-road-to-recovery.html?utm_source=enews&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=july20&utm_content=uk
On 29 May, after decades of work by Animals Asia and other animal welfare organisations, we celebrated the removal of dogs from China’s Catalogue of Livestock. This monumental decision reflects the growing concern for animal welfare in China and means that all restaurants, markets, and slaughterhouses countrywide selling dogs for food are now illegal. This incredible breakthrough couldn’t have happened without your dedication. Thank you for helping to improve the lives of millions of companion animals across China.
Full story – https://www.animalsasia.org/intl/social/jills-blog/2020/07/20/doing-things-differently-now-ending-the-suffering-of-dogs-and-cats/?utm_source=enews&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=july20&utm_content=uk
Our amazing team transferred 34 bears in just one morning at our Vietnam Bear Rescue Centre. Why? Well… as we continue to rescue bears from bile farms we need to create more space for new arrivals. But it’s also an exciting opportunity for the bears to get a change of scenery and have new adventures. Of course, we caught it all on camera for you to enjoy…
Full story – https://www.animalsasia.org/uk/media/news/news-archive/the-worlds-cutest-moon-bear-house-swap-its-moon-bear-moving-day.html?utm_source=enews&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=july20&utm_content=uk
A safari park in China that featured live performances from trained bears, macaques, tigers, lions, and other animals, announced on 23 April that the shows would end with immediate effect. The park has been an active participant in workshops co-hosted by Animals Asia and the Chinese Association of Zoological Gardens. And we welcome this fantastic step in the right direction, which wouldn’t be possible without your support. Thank you!
Full story – https://www.animalsasia.org/uk/media/news/news-archive/chinese-zoo-ends-live-animal-performances.html?utm_source=enews&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=july20&utm_content=uk
We were devastated to have to cancel our 2020 vegan BearBQ in London due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. But we’re pleased to announce we already have a date secured for 2021! So add 19 June to your diary and look forward to lots of scrumptious food, fundraising games & great company, including special guest, our founder and CEO, Jill Robinson. Tickets will go on sale again in January and we’ll be in touch to remind you nearer the time
Full story – https://www.animalsasia.org/uk/get-involved/i-want-attend-an-event/bearbq-event/
Who says you need to leave the comfort of your own home to support Asia’s animals in need? We’ve seen some incredible online fundraisers over the last few months, from online yoga classes and virtual quizzes to Facebook fundraisers and online auctions. There are so many ways that you can fundraise for the bears without even having to go outside. And we’re here to help you every step of the way!