years ago this April, Jill Robinson first walked onto a bear bile farm. On that day in April 1993, Jill could have walked away, but she chose to act and do what she could. Today, you also have a choice. If everyone reading this donated just US$20, it would pay for the care of over 150 bears at our China sanctuary for a full year. Please help us celebrate 20 years of progress. Donate US$20 today (or whatever you can afford).
Animals Asia believes that animals should only be used for public display where the welfare of the animals concerned and their ability to display natural behaviours is not compromised, and where the display forms a part of a rationalised, justifiable programme of public information and education relating to animal welfare and conservation. Animals Asia believes that it is wrong to take animals from the wild for the purposes of public display, unless it is as a part of a rationalised and justifiable programme of rehabilitation for re-release into the wild at some pre-planned future date, or unless it is done solely for the purpose of improving the welfare of the individual animal concerned, and where the public display element is used as a part of a rationalised educational programme.