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25 April 2013

Help for homeless and hungry dogs and cats following Sichuan earthquake

Animals Asia is assisting cats and dogs left hungry and roaming the streets after the recent earthquake in Sichuan province, China.

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22 April 2013

Update: Sichuan Earthquake

Staff at Animals Asia’s sanctuary in Chengdu China are continuing to monitor the situation following the earthquake at 8am on Saturday 20th April in Sichuan province and starting to formulate areas of possible assistance.

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20 April 2013

Statement: Earthquake hits China's Sichuan province

Following the earthquake at 8am this morning in China’s Sichuan province, 70 miles from our sanctuary in Chengdu, we can confirm that Animals Asia staff at the centre are all safe and we are beginning the process of checking on all staff resident elsewhere.

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19 April 2013

Buddha Bear Goes Outside

A little over three months after Buddha bear was rescued from an illegal bile farm, she has taken her biggest step - out from her den into to enjoy the sunshine and grass of an open enclosure.

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18 April 2013

Jill wins prestigious International Rescue award at Britain’s first Animal Honours

Animals Asia founder Jill Robinson has been announced as a winner at Britain’s Animal Honours event in a ceremony that aired on primetime British TV.

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17 April 2013

It’s 20 years since Jill first walked onto a bear bile farm

Twenty years ago today, Animals Asia founder Jill Robinson joined a scenic bus tour that would turn her life around – and lead to greater understanding of animal welfare in China and Vietnam. Jill was working undercover in southern China to investigate an unsettling report – that the bus stopped at a farm selling medicinal bear bile that was extracted from bears crammed into tiny cages.

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11 April 2013

Two cubs rescued in Vietnam, near the Chinese border

Following news that two moon bears cubs had been confiscated in Lai Chau Province in northern Vietnam, an Animals Asia team made the 450km trip from Hanoi arriving late at night. The next morning they met with the Forestry Protection Department to arrange the handover of the two cubs.

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11 April 2013

Chinese bear bile farm listing put on hold

Animals Asia has welcomed the news that bear bile farmer Guizhentang has put its application for a stock market launch on hold, calling it: “a welcome victory for the campaign to end bear bile farming”.

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